At UMSA, we strive to connect our member organizations and the security community in order to collaborate and educate each other. That’s why we’re pleased to offer our WebTrack Series — free webinars presented by industry leaders to help you learn and collaborate.
Our WebTrack Series provide education and collaboration in information security, business continuity, risk management, IT and disaster recovery and can be used in the workplace or for professional development. The webinars are available to anyone interested in joining in and even if you miss it live, you can access past events online. We’ve already had two events and another is scheduled for January.
Suspicion Indicators Recognition and Assessment
Our next webinar, Suspicion Indicators Recognition and Assessment, on January 14 will be presented by Michael Rozin, president of Rozin Security Consulting. In this webinar, Rozin will focus on helping you identify the intent and likely weapons a predator will take against your company. Recognizing intent and weaponry will help you better protect yourself against attack. Rozin will cover an innovative behavior detection and security-interviewing program that’s based on methods used by the Israeli Security Agency. Rozin served in a specialized infantry unit in the Israeli Defense Forces, after which he completed advanced security and anti-terrorism training at the Israeli Security Academy. He’s worked at Mall of America as the special operations security captain where he developed a managed behavior detection unit and other innovative security programs. You won’t want to miss what he has to say about suspicion indicators. Webinar registration is open.
DataCom Vulnerability and Resiliency Assessment: Protect the Pipes – In this webinar hosted by Jeff Daniels, executive vice president at InfoBunker http://www.infobunker.com/, covers major causes of outages including vandalism and terrorist acts. Participants learned about the cost/benefit analysis of datacom failover strategies and how remote sites and alternate failover methods work. Discussion included physical security of fiber and telecom routes, route resiliency and carrier due diligence and risk mitigation. You can listen to this webinar here for free.
Cataloging Security Incidents with VERIS – Kevin Thompson of the Verizon RISK Team presented Vocabulary for Event Recording and Incident Sharing (VERIS) in this past webinar. Thompson shows you how to record the same information about your security incidents that Verizon uses to produce the DBIR. You can listen to this webinar here for free .