Bridging the Gap Between IT and Physical Security: Your Budget Depends On It

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This webinar is designed to provide real-world insights into existing relationships between these two teams, pain points from both sides, and best practices in reaching across the aisle to improve security across the organization.

New research from ASIS and HID Global shows that a majority of organizations are undergoing a major shift in responsibilities between IT and Physical Security. In fact, less than 10% of organizations now say that Physical Security is primarily responsible for investment decisions in access control technology. As the relationship between Physical Security and IT continues to evolve, so does the need to build bridges, particularly regarding budget decisions.

This webinar is designed to provide real-world insights into existing relationships between these two teams, pain points from both sides, and best practices in reaching across the aisle to improve security across the organization.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • The current state of relationship between Physical Security and IT teams
  • Examples of shifting responsibilities, including pain points and opportunities for collaboration
  • Best practices in joining forces to gain additional budget for security technology investments

All participants in the live event will be able to download the results of the full survey, full analysis, and infographics from the data at no cost.

Free webinar sponsored by HID Global.

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