What Will Corporate Security Look Like in 2033?

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Originally Aired - Tuesday, September 12 3:15 PM - 4:15 PM Central Time (US & Canada)

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Location: C155

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Title: What Will Corporate Security Look Like in 2033?


It is difficult to predict exactly what physical security will look like in 2033, as it will depend on a variety of factors such as technological advancements, changes in society, and the evolving threats that corporate security programs will need to protect against. However, it is likely that physical security and cybersecurity will continue to become more sophisticated and effective as new technologies become available. Some potential developments that we may see in the next 10 years include:

Increased use of biometric security measures such as fingerprint scanners, facial recognition systems, and iris scanners to provide more secure and convenient access control.

Greater integration of security systems with the Internet of Things (IoT), allowing for more sophisticated monitoring and control of access to buildings and other secure areas.

More widespread adoption of drones and other autonomous security systems for surveillance and monitoring purposes.

The use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to improve the accuracy and effectiveness of security systems.

Overall, it is likely that physical security systems in 2033 will be more advanced and capable of providing a higher level of protection than those we have today.

Learning Objective #1: Know how to use new technologies more effectively and what the ethical and privacy implications are.

Learning Objective #2: Learn about best practices for securing networks and integrating cybersecurity best practices into physical security.

Learning Objective #3: Learn about the limitations and vulnerabilities of security technology.

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