Global Security Exchange (GSX) unveils its keynotes and training program
The 2022 edition of GSX will include general session presentations by international speakers and over 180 education sessions.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – ASIS Int’l has announced the lineup for Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2022 with in-person and digital experiences taking place September 12-14 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta and via the GSX online event Plate -shape.
“Today, security practitioners face an ever-changing security landscape like never before,” says Keith McGlen, CPP, GSX 2022 Selection Committee Chair. “Understanding emerging trends and best practices showing how our profession can mitigate security risks is paramount to ensuring the safety of people and organizations’ assets. This year’s lineup of GSX training courses offers a wide variety of interests for security managers who want to achieve and maintain state-of-the-art security protection strategies.
ASIS says GSX will offer timely general session presentations by global keynote speakers. This year’s General Session programming includes (descriptions by ASIS):
Monday September 12
Everyone can change the world | Mateo Salvatto, Head of Innovation for ORT Schools and CEO of Asteroid Technologies
Young tech entrepreneur and social influencer Mateo Salvatto will share his journey of transitioning from an average high school student to one of Argentina’s most respected tech businessmen through the creation of Háblalo, an app that helps more than 250,000 people around the world with hearing loss and verbal communication disabilities. Through a series of moving stories of people challenged by their communication skills and often taken for granted, Mateo will demonstrate how his passion for robotics and technology has led to a series of developments that can help empower people with disabilities. around the world – and convince us that changing the world is easier than we think.
Tuesday September 13
Validation of security controls – Turning “we think” into “we know” | Jake Williams, Executive Director of Cyber Threat Intelligence for SCYTHE
We all have security controls in place that we hope detect or block malicious actor behavior. But do they? What behaviors? How do you know? If one of your security checks fails, will the activity still be detected? Traditionally, security check tests have been performed by red team operators. Unfortunately, these are ad hoc assessments. Ideally, the red team would be involved in revalidating control with every software update or configuration change, but this is often cost prohibitive. During this session, Jake will help define the value proposition for security control validation and provide guidance on how to operationalize and scale the practice. The next time an executive catches you in the lobby worried about something they read about an incident at a competitor, you can confidently say “don’t worry, we *know* that we will detect it”.
Wednesday September 14
A Path to Courageous Conversations | Derreck Kayongo, former CEO of the Center for Civil and Human Rights
Has anyone ever calculated the total cost of discrimination in the workplace? Derreck tackles the subject head-on by sharing how his organization found itself struggling with the issue. He takes his audience through an examination of how diversity and inclusion issues can impact your business bottom line. From long-term damage to your brand and weakened stock prices to negative perceptions within the security community, Derreck illustrates with telling examples how our upbringing and unconscious bias can become a net negative for organizational growth and have a negative impact on the bottom. -double.
GSX 2022 Training Sessions
Comprising more than 180 sessions addressing vital issues in the security profession, the GSX session lineup includes in-depth analyzes of topical issues in the following themes:
- Risk management
- Information Security
- national security
- Physical and operational security
- Management of organizations
- Digital transformation
- Law & Ethics
“GSX plays a pivotal role in the world of global security professionals,” said Malcolm Smith, CPP, 2022 Chairman, ASIS Int’l Global Board of Directors. “GSX’s multi-faceted approach to education, showroom, networking and digital programming offers our global audience of security professionals the opportunity to grow and improve their knowledge, skills and their networks. It’s quite unique, making GSX the flagship event of the profession.
The GSX range of sessions includes expert-led deep dives that are meant to enhance the practice of security professionals at any stage of their career, covering topics such as access control, asset protection, remote workers, workplace violence, cybersecurity, business continuity, crisis management, resilience and more.
All-Access Pass registrants can earn up to 22 CPEs toward recertification, whether they attend the experience in person or through the digital experience.
Digital attendees will be able to access GSX session recordings online through December 31. In-person attendees will have the option to add digital access to captured content to their registration. The full lineup of digital sessions will be announced soon.
Additional “game-changing” sessions; a showroom destination showcasing drones, robotics and unmanned systems; Career HQ (career development); and digital programming will be announced in the coming weeks.
Click here to view the meeting schedule.