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Who Will Win Physical/Digital Security Arms Race?

Protecting your company assets from physical and cyber threats is an ongoing battle. ESD, now Stantec Studio Leader and Senior Security Consultant Coleman Wolf will be offering his assessment of the front lines when he presents at the upcoming Global Security Exchange (GSX) conference in Dallas, Texas.

The September 11 – 13 event will feature headline keynote addresses from a former CIA officer and FBI special agent, as well as senior statesman, including former President George W. Bush. But Wolf says the real value of the conference comes from the knowledge shared in the breakout learning sessions.

Wolf will be joining Omar Valdemar from Hanwha Techwin as they present “Solutions for the Physical and Digital Security Arms Race.” Learning objectives include:

  • Learn about the tools and tactics attackers use to defeat security measures.
  • Understand the importance of live testing and evaluation.
  • Participate in a discussion of real-world issues and experiences.

Registration for GSX 2023 is open. The annual event joins security leaders and practitioners across every industry and sector to gain the knowledge and capabilities needed to translate thought leadership into action.

Coleman Wolf shares his knowledge from over 25 years of security management and security engineering experience to promote ESD, now Stantec’s mission to enhance communities and to improve society through the built environment.

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

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