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Physical Security Training in the Caribbean

Nobody knows your local infrastructure and high-value assets like YOU DO.  Having a situational understanding of the security incident, What-How-When-Why, is "KEY" to making decisions that will affect the long-term health and security of your company.

 

Core Level

Physical Security and Vulnerability Assessments - 1 Day Seminar  - PHY301

This is a pre-requisite course. It is designed for a wide variety of personnel and provides valuable training for those involved in managing, operating, maintaining, designing, analyzing, or testing physical security system and provides a baseline knowledge of physical security systems and vulnerability assesssment methodologies. 

Before making changes to your security system or buying expensive equipment, perform an audit of the existing system and find out where vulnerabilities exist.

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Advanced Level

Security Risk Analysis and Budgeting Tools - 2 Day Seminar - PHY402

This course will teach students to think critically about "how they make judgments and reach conclusions" and not just about the judgments and conclusions themselves.

This is an advanced course built on the principles taught in the course pre-requisite: “Core Level: Physical Security & Vulnerability Assessments”.

In addition to gathering and analyzing information, students will learn how to lay-out the risks, vulnerabilities, protection goals and upgrade costs and be able to provide a quality report with convincing arguments and findings, and with countermeasures selections that are reasonable and cost-effective.

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Concentrated Format

Concentrated: Physical Security Risk Analysis, Vulnerability Assessments, and Budgeting Tools- 3 Day Seminar  - PHY301 and PHY402

A combination of the Core Level and Advanced Level physical security risk analysis and vulnerability assessments seminars in a three-day format.

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Security Convergence

Security Convergence: Principles of Information Security and Digital Forensics - 2 Day Seminar - SEC301

This is a "cross-training" program, designed for a wide variety of personnel and provides valuable training for those who are new to information security and digital forensics. As physical security and information security boundaries have become increasingly blurred many organizations are implementing "cross-training programs" to improve communication, coordination, and investigations between Physical Security, IT, Information Security, and Risk departments.

If you are want to get your foot in the door in information security and digital forensics, this course is for you.

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Nobody knows your local infrastructure and high-value assets like YOU DO.  A situational understanding of the security incident, What-How-When-Why, is KEY to making decisions that will affect the long-term health and security of your company