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GSX Conference: IAPSC Members to Host Panels

from IAPSC

Don’t forget to add these sessions to your planner! Several IAPSC members will be hosting panels at September’s upcoming GSX Conference. Check out the snapshot below, then, take a look at the full session information here.

Change Driver: Transparency Battle – Part 1

Speaker: Brent Barker
Tuesday, September 10
12:00 - 12:10 pm: Part 1
12:10 -12:20 pm: Part 2

Can Privacy be Disrupted? BioDigital Convergence and the Evolved Identity

Speakers: Brent Barker, Jeff Highman, Barry Nester and Jason Sikora
Tuesday, September 10
12:30 - 12:50 pm: Part 1 – Technology Perspective
1:30 - 1:50 pm: Part 3 – Collision and Opportunity

Can Technology Eliminate Trust? Blockchain and Distributed Authorities-Industry Perspective and Collision / Opportunity

Speakers: Brent Barker, Joy Chen, Blake Sanders, Jason Sikora, Masseh Tahiry
Tuesday, September 10
2:30 - 3:30 pm

These sessions will examine how emerging disruptive technologies will effect transparency, privacy identity and trust and what this means for the future of the security industry.

The X-Learning stage is designed to supplement existing security knowledge by focusing on the intersection of security and emerging technologies. The sessions are designed to provide actionable insights to allow security professionals to proactively shape the future of the security industry.

We Sneak in to High-Security Buildings and Get Paid for It

Speakers: Sean Ahrens, CPP, Michael Glasser, PCI, CPP, PSP, Sophie Ensey, and Babak Javadi

Physical security penetration testing (pen tests or red team) work is often misunderstood. A review of real-life stories of past pen test engagements highlights the techniques used, challenges faced, skills required, and all that goes into a proper physical pen test. This question is not, “Why should a pen test be done?” Rather, the question is, “How should a pen test be done properly?”

Join in a dialogue featuring actual stories from your friendly neighborhood physical security hackers. more


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