Industrial Security Training.
In-House sessions are available upon request.
This course will provide a comprehensive overview of industrial security. It addresses everything from cyber security, to terrorism, and physical attacks. It discusses how to set up and organize a security system for industrial areas, including ports, and rail yards. It discusses everything you need to know about risk, safety and security, including management principles, and how to evaluate and present, and justify the budget you need for the prevention of the plant-wide incident. It also tells you how and where to deal with the surrounding community, and provides you with key resources for risk evaluation and threat mitigation. If you are involved in security or security management, you need to attend this course.
Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for everyone from vice president down to the level of supervisory staff. It discusses the principles and equipment and how to know your level of risk and what to do about it.
|Session 1: Introduction to Security Risk Assessment and Management|
|Session 2: Risk Assessment Basics|
|Session 3: Assessing Types of Attacks and Threats with Data Sources|
|Session 4: Evaluating a Company’s Protective Systems|
|Session 5: Port Security|
|Session 6: Basics of Cyber Security|
|Session 7: Scenario Planning and Analysis|
|Session 8: Security System Design and Implementation: Practical Notes|
|Industrial Security (3-Day)||18:00:00|
No Reviews found for this course.