We are always on the lookout for interesting resources and webinars. Please check back here often for information and don’t hesitate to let us know about webinars that we can share with our members.
Training and Education Courses in the Ottawa
Intermediate Security Officer Course
DATE: Re scheduled for June 2018
LOCATION: OTTAWA POLICE ASSOCIATION ,141 CATHERINE STREET
This Intermediate Security Officer Course provides a comprehensive knowledge
base and skill set for those operating in today’s ever changing and network
enabled environment. This Course is an ideal base for those expanding their
technical knowledge or looking to advance to strategic leadership positions
within the Asset Protection and Security community.
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We suggest that you check the main ASIS website and Security Management magazine. Some previous information that you may be interested in:
Some Interesting Past Webinars – 2015
“Next Generation Security Threats”
TVO Interview: TVO Video link
You may have missed the ASIS Members Complimentary webinar with Future Crimes author Marc Goodman. Mr. Goodman spoke about the history of technology and how our security challenges of the future are already here! He challenged security professionals to be aware of threats related to protecting people, facilities and assets. These are morphing so rapidly that we must start considering these issues today. Check the ASIS main website to check for the webinars’ availability. See Mr. Goodman’s video about the potential issues at futurecrimesbook.com.
What do people say?
“In spite of the many scary scenarios in this excellent and timely book, Mr Goodman is no neo-Luddite. He thinks innovations could ultimately lead to self-healing computer networks that detect hackers and automatically make repairs to shut them out. He rightly urges the private and public sectors to work more closely together, “crowdsourcing” ideas and know-how.” – The Economist