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FREE WEBINAR - How Intelligence as a Service Can Reduce Enterprise Risk

  • April 07, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar

Free Webinar

 

 
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How Intelligence as a Service Can Reduce
Enterprise Risk

April 7, 2020
2 PM EDT

With security budgets getting squeezed, teams being asked to do more with less and the frequency of critical events around the globe increasing, reducing enterprise risk is more complex than ever. So how do you take advantage of the team you’ve spent years building and increase your confidence in taking decisive action to decrease your organization’s security risk exposure? During this webinar, security professionals will learn how Intelligence as a Service — powered by artificial intelligence and experienced analysts — provide you with real-time, actionable intelligence to mitigate risk and drive better financial and operational results.

Attendees will gain an understanding of:
  • The fundamentals of Intelligence as a Service, how it allows you to enhance your existing expertise and experience to optimize your security operations.
  • Security data analytics trend analysis, automation and risk-mitigation strategies to improve the overall effectiveness of their security programs.
  • The benefits of partially outsourcing intelligence and situational awareness analytics, executive protection, GSOC management and remote video monitoring capabilities.
  • Cases about clients who immediately increased their security profile while saving time and money.
 
Speaker

Jason David

Jason David
Senior Director, Intelligence and Risk Operations Center
G4S

Sponsored by
 

G4S
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