Bias vs. Experience in Physical Risk and Vulnerability Assessments

Tuesday, September 13 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Location: 401+402


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Title: Bias vs. Experience in Physical Risk and Vulnerability Assessments

Description:

Risk and Vulnerability Assessments are fundamental to the security profession, but they are only as good as the person preforming them. Findings and recommendations are influenced by an assessor's background, either inadvertently or consciously. Join our panel of security experts as they share their diverse backgrounds and approaches to performing risk and vulnerability assessments. Participants will partake in guided case studies to explore how their background could create an undesired bias and how they can make the most of their personal and professional experience when completing their own physical security assessments.     

  • Participants will evaluate the positive and negative attributes of a professional's background.      
  • Participants will understand how to identify the difference between Bias and Experience.        
  • Participants will learn how to build upon personal and professional background.

Type: All Access Education


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