Security Convergence in the US, Europe, and India: Survey Results

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Hear the results of the landmark study on the convergence of physical security, cyber security, and business continuity conducted by the ASIS Foundation.

ASIS International acknowledges and thanks AlertEnterprise! for their sponsorship.

The ASIS Foundation recently conducted a landmark study on the convergence of physical security, cybersecurity, and business continuity. Find out who is converging, why, and how. Learn advantages and drawbacks of convergence, as well as how factors such as organization size, geography, sector, and culture weigh into the equation.

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Learning Objectives

Upon completion, participants will be able to:

  • Know the percentage of converged and partially converged organizations in the US, Europe, and India
  • Understand the major drivers of and inhibitors to convergence
  • Learn the benefits and drawbacks of convergence
  • Discover how factors such as industry vertical, company size, geography, and other factors correlate with convergence
  • Understand the various types of security convergence, integration, interaction, etc.

Presenters

Michael Gips, CPP, CSyP, CAE
Principal - Global Insights in Professional Security (GIPS), LLC

Professor Martin Gill
Director - Tackling Economic Crime Awards (TECAs)

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