Key Physical Security Capabilities for Improving Employee Safety and Experience

The reality of workplace violence is forcing many companies to reassess their policies and procedures for ensuring employee safety. But any new security policy and procedure must be implemented in a manner that does not reduce employee morale and productivity. Fortunately, today's security professionals have a range of new solutions such as unified communication, integrated credentialing and location analytics that can be deployed to keep employees safe and maintain high productivity and morale.

In this webinar, Key Physical Security Capabilities for Improving Employee Safety and Experience, Forrester senior analyst, Merritt Maxim will review the key physical technologies and trends driving employee safety and security and how security and risk professionals can optimize their global physical security practices as needed.

What will you learn?

  • The role of analytics in assisting employees before, during and after a security incident
  • Assessment of what is hot in enterprise physical security in 2017
  • Best practices for implementing physical security capabilities in ways that do not affect employee productivity

Register for the webinar:

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

1:00 PM ET | 12:00 PM CT | 10:00 AM PT

Merritt Maxim of Forrester, Senior Analyst, Serving Security & Risk Professionals

Merritt contributes to Forrester's offerings for the Security & Risk Professional. Merritt covers identity management, access management, access governance, federation, authentication, and role design and management. His research builds on his decade of experience helping security leaders at large, global enterprises derive more business value from their identity and access management initiatives.