Securing Our Future: An Open Discussion of Security In The Data Center World
The data center security world is new to some, and an enigma to others with unique opportunities and thought-provoking challenges to secure. This is a relevant subject given the growth and reliance of digital information, virtual/augmented reality (AR/VR) and artificial intelligence set against the backdrop of HOW? This session will answer those questions and engage participants in an open discussion including a macro-to-micro view covering the following: concepts in securing a data center, relationships between physical, technical, and logical security, application of CPTED, security systems, physical security, internal and external partnerships, Contract Guard Force deployment, deliverables, expectations, and the building blocks for a solid foundation in your data center security program.
Learning Objective #1:
Compare and contrast data center security application of security systems, physical data center security processes, and CPTED with traditional security delivery practices; learn data center security.
Learning Objective #2:
Understand that security management and applications do not exist in a silo or on an island; discuss real-world examples of culture and partnerships; importance of an internal and external team.
Learning Objective #3:
See how data center security leverages a balance of physical, technical, and operational security measures; discuss Contract Guard Force expectations and how to work with a vendor balancing expectations.
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