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Registration is open for a webinar hosted by ASIS International aimed at improving how the visitor and contractor management process can be improved to increase overall security at facilities.

ESD Senior Security Consultant Brian Meinershagen will be co-presenting “2023: Security Practices in Visitor and Emergency Management.” The online-only event on February 9 at 11:30 a.m. CT will examine the results of a survey developed by iLobby. ASIS members were polled to better understand the perceived security of their facilities.

Meinershagen says the presentation will also offer participants advice on best practices for managing a multi-visitor management program and emergency evacuation practices to better secure critical operations and more easily satisfy internal and external policies and regulation.

This webinar is free, but registration is required. Completion of the program is eligible for one CPE credit.

Brian Meinershagen freely shares his knowledge of security management and security engineering experience to promote ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

Contact ESD’s experts for more information on how ESD can help with building automation and cybersecurity.


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