Protect Your Company-Security/Crime Prevention Survey
Times: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
789 Bessemer Street
The first step in determining the possible crime and security risks your organization or business faces is to conduct a survey of both personnel and premises. During this educational seminar, participants will learn various types of security surveys, procedures for conducting surveys, how to interpret the information collected, and the steps necessary to implement what you have learned. The course is taught by Dr. George Richards.
2009 Western PA Safety Day
Cranberry Twp Public Works facility
Times: 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Phone: (412) 464-7136
Ernie Mashuda Dr
PENNSYLVANIA. You do not have to travel far to participate in one of the largest safety events in the industry. If you live in Pennsylvania, it's in your back yard! Over 2,400 people attended PA Safety Days in 2008. The event was supported by 69 sponsors and 243 exhibitors. Countless industry volunteers shared their expertise and joined our team of professionals in presentations, classes and demon-strations.In 2009, Pennsylvania One Call System expects record-breaking attendance and a new, exciting program of presenters, classes and demonstrations covering the water and wastewater industry. For those qualifying, the PA DEP has recognized the PA Safety Days as educational events and is offering continuing education credits.
Smart Defense: Managing Threats, Vulnerbilities, and Security Information
Omni William Penn Hotel
530 William Penn Place
Many organizations take a "reactive" approach to threats and vulnerabilities--an outdated approach that leaves high-value data and intellectual property exposed. This 1-day seminar explores how to build and maintain a more agile, proactive defense model that reduces the risk of malware, application attacks and emerging Web 2.0 threats. Attend and learn about layered defenses, integrated security, threat/vulnerability correlation and how to bring it all together within an intelligent security information management framework