Speaking my Language? Cyber Terminology for Physical Security Integrators

Speaking my Language? Cyber Terminology for Physical Security Integrators

November 20, 2019, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM

1B04
Language:
English

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Understanding terms and acronyms (especially used within the cybersecurity world) can be harrowing experience. When terminology is used within regulated spaces, knowledge gaps can lead to miscommunications that can adversely impact the deployment of secure systems. This workshop will provide attendees in an engaging environment, terms that you must know to be successful in communicating and understanding cybersecurity concepts with customers, stakeholders, peers, and executive management.
Users will have strong takeaways, as well as a handout provided by SecureXperts with a detailed list of acronyms used in the physical and cybersecurity (especially with IoT and network connected products and devices). We will get everyone’s head out of the cloud... and into the world of new terms and buzz words you likely have not heard of related to emerging technologies and platforms that are destined to become familiar terms in your vocabulary.

Learning Objectives:
1. Demonstrate understanding the top 20 basic key terms that a security integrator is expected to know.
2. Describe conflicting terminology that can lead to confusion between security integrators, information technology, and cyber professionals.

Contributors

  • Darnell Washington

    Presenter

    President & CEO

    SecureXperts

    Mr. Darnell Washington is an industry recognized thought leader, educator and entrepreneur specializing in the development, design, and...

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