G4S experts joined the security industry at GSX+, a virtual event promoting innovation, development and discussion.
G4S at GSX
Security 2030 and Beyond
John Petruzzi, Executive Vice President, G4S Americas, joined three other security experts during a session titled "Security 2030 and Beyond." The panel gave a glimpse into the future and engage in some forward-looking, critical thinking about what the future and the role of security professional may look like. They will also covered evolving technologies and how they could impact each other to create security advantages and encumbrances.
Countermeasures to Protect Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets
Bruce Wimmer, Senior Director at G4S Corporate Risk Services, joined two other security experts during a session titled "Countermeasures to Protect Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets". The panelists discussed the latest threats to IP and trade secrets, including counterfeiting, theft of IP and business espionage. They also identified and examined the latest countermeasures used to mitigate current threats.
The Real Story of How Analytics Affect Physical Security
Jonathan Moore, Product Director at AMAG Technology, joined other security industry expert during a session titled "The Real Story of How Analytics Affect Physical Security." Session participants learned how security professionals can demonstrate the total value of their security program using data and change its perception from being an overhead cost to an income generator. The panel reviewed how and why sharing data analytics across departments benefits the entire company and creates business efficiencies, and show how interdepartmental collaboration and technology can provide a better overall security program.
You should have a good general knowledge of your security program and be able to rate the effectiveness of its components. Complete the risk survey, and receive an analysis of the highest rated security risks your organization faces. Your responses are compared against industry standards and generally accepted practices of security risk assessment.