New Technology and Security Management: More Tech, More Problems?

Monday, September 21 1:30 PM - 1:55 PM EDT

Location: Digital Transformation & Information Security


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Title: New Technology and Security Management: More Tech, More Problems?

Description:

The security industry--and supply chain and transportation security in particular--has gone from a laggard in its use of technology to the forefront of technological innovations. The amount of data now available to most security professionals can greatly increase their visibility into security risks. Because of this proliferation, secuirity professionals can take two positions: new technological aids are simply overwhelming, or technology is a cure-all for future security issues. In weighing these alternatives, security professionals must realize that new technologies can also introduce new risks and increase the amount of management oversight needed to ensure they work properly. Explore how new technologies can be integrated successfully into existing security management systems and how to overcome common pitfalls when managing them.

Type: Marketplace Learning

Target Audience Experience Level: Mid-Career

Industry Application: Industry Agnostic

Globally Focused Session: Globally Applicable

Learning Objective #1: Learn how new security technologies can also introduce new risks, how to spot these risks, and how to counteract them.

Learning Objective #2: Understand how existing security management systems and standards can help improve risk assessment, training, and the effectiveness of new security technologies.

Learning Objective #3: Consider how to align the use of security technology with a company's overall goals for security, with a focus on supply chain and transportation security.


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