Exponentially Increase Your Knowledge at GSX+

Never before has the security profession been so tested. From COVID-19 to global threats, the challenges are adding up. The GSX+ education lineup, announced 15 July, is designed to give you a voice and the opportunity to stay current on the latest topics affecting the global security profession. Plus, each session will offer a real-time Q&A chat feature to further the conversation with your fellow attendees and session speakers.

What’s more, All-Access attendees can earn up to 25 CPEs toward their recertification and will be able to access on-demand recordings of GSX+ sessions through 31 December.

Take a sneak peek of eight sessions waiting for you at GSX+ this 21-25 September:

  • How Today’s Drones Affect Privacy and Security

    The increased use of drones in the workplace and in law enforcement increases privacy concerns and the complexity of security environments. Understanding the basics of drone regulation is imperative when planning an appropriate response to the current threats posed by drones.

  • Influencing the C-Suite for Security Program Success

    Often the biggest obstacle to launching a security program is getting final approval from the C-suite. Explore how to develop business case objectives for any security project, discuss the key items that should be included, and define how a cost-benefit analysis will help support the business case.

  • Managing Stress During a Crisis

    Emotional intelligence is at the heart of crisis management, including managing an individual’s emotions and stresses. Combining technical expertise with these soft components is the key to sustainable resilience for both a corporation and its employees.

  • Why the Security Industry Needs Women Leaders

    The security industry can build on the research and strategies used by others when making hiring decisions that make good business sense. A dedicated diversity and inclusion program in the workplace leads to a healthy and rich balance of voices and better outcomes.

  • People Risk Management: A New Paradigm

    Companies around the globe have sophisticated risk management programs for financial, information, travel, and supply chain risks. However, a similar risk management program rarely exists for an organization’s most important asset: its people.

  • The Business of Security Is the Strategy of the Business

    A quality risk assessment is a fundamental component of enterprise security risk management. Learn to analyze whether uncertainty is within acceptable boundaries of your organization’s capacity to manage it.

  • Visitor Management in a Healthcare Environment

    Healthcare institutions are realizing that the opportunity to prevent violence starts with managing who enters the facility. Consider the case study of how one large academic healthcare institution accomplished this.

  • Why a Cybersecurity Crisis Management Plan is Vital to an Organization’s Survival

    Understanding the difference between cyber crisis management and security-incident response is a critical component of an organization’s survival. Your senior executive team must be prepared and trained to respond quickly to crisis-level attacks. Are they ready?