Knowledge Sharing for Collective Improvement

Our educational security webcasts are dedicated to providing insightful and actionable advice from seasoned corporate security professionals. We provide them 100% free of charge. Our security webcasts are typically 30-60 minute discussions led by a single expert or small panel of experts. Our presenters are senior security executives from Fortune 500 companies or experienced business leaders who understand how to articulate and demonstrate the strategic value of security teams.

We cover a wide variety of topics relevant to corporate security and business continuity teams. Examples include: workplace violence, fraud investigations, enterprise risk strategy, duty of care, GSOC operations, travel programs, physical security systems, site security assessments, supply-chain security, event and meeting security and executive protection.

Audience members are invited to send questions or desired topics before and during the broadcast.

Upcoming Security Webcasts:

We do not have any upcoming educational security webcasts scheduled at this time. If you would like to be notified about our next webcast, please sign up using the form on this page.

Recorded Webcasts:

A Primer on COVID-19 Testing Options
Broadcast September 30, 2020
Learn about COVID-19 testing options for your organization from one of the nation’s leading experts on laboratory medicine.

Reopening Safely: Key Intelligence, Decisions and Considerations
Broadcast Tuesday July 14, 2020
Security experts from The Chertoff Group and National Football League share their recommended approaches to reopening and operating decisions.

What COVID-19 is Teaching Us About All-Hazards Risk Assessment and Mitigation
Broadcast April 28, 2020
Lessons learned from COVID-19 and a framework for building executive support for security initiatives

Workplace Violence: How to Assess Risk & Create a Prevention Plan
Broadcast Jan. 16, 2020
Panel discussion between corporate security leaders on strategies for preventing and reducing workplace violence