On Monday June 11, from 12:00 pm till 5:00 pm (PDT) at the Seattle Marriott Bellevue in Washington, “Command CENTER BEST PRACTICES” workshop will be held. The event is organized by Asis. Attendance is free, but space is limited. Featuring Keynote Speaker is Chris Hartinger, Enterprise Crisis Manager Starbucks.
“The workshop will explore some of the common challenges security and risk professionals you face when managing critical events”, they state from Asis. “We will focus on the role the command center plays in managing these critical events and how organizations deliver business value from their command centers.
Leave with actionable best practices that can help transform your existing command center into a best-in-class command center. You can hear from experts developing and implementing command center technology and the people using it to protect employees and keep businesses running”, they add.
Agenda items include:
-The human element of command centers;
-The seven principles of highly effective command centers;
-Group discussion: Common barriers/challenges and metrics that matter, building the business case for your command center.
– Managing the Human Element in Command Centers and Security Operations;
– Integrating Strategies and Technologies;
– Best Practices for Critical Event Preparation and Response.
This event qualifies for certification credits for all three Asis credentials.
by the Editorial Staff