Preparing for the Possibility of an Active Shooter Incident

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This free webinar, presented by Security Management magazine and Everbridge, will examine the findings of the benchmarking survey, showing the progress made and identifying the kinds of preparations companies are making as well as the challenges they are facing--and how these things have changed over time.

A security benchmarking study reports that 40 percent of security leaders say their organizations are well prepared for an active shooter event, which is up from 20 percent two years earlier. However, there is still a lot of work that can be done.

This free webinar, presented by Security Management magazine and Everbridge, will examine the findings of the benchmarking survey, showing the progress made and identifying the kinds of preparations companies are making as well as the challenges they are facing--and how these things have changed over time.

The presentation will dive beyond the numbers and include tips and experiences that will help security directors develop an effective active shooter preparation program.

By the end of this webinar, participants will be able to:

  • Benchmark the state of their active shooter preparation against sector norms.
  • Assess and revise their active shooter preparation activities to be more effective.
  • Apply tools and techniques to engage the C-suite on the importance of active shooter preparation.
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