NFMT 2020 Session

Disruptive Threats to Building Security

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About this session:

Drones. Robots. 3D printing. Mobile phones. These and other technologies and developments have the potential to disrupt the way that security is handled in commercial and institutional buildings. In some cases, these new technologies pose potential risks that facility managers should be aware of. In other cases, new technology may offer the opportunity to improve security. But whether any particular technology is a risk or opportunity, all raise questions about how security practices will change in the future. Sean Ahrens, a leading expert on building security and resilience, will share his perspective on emerging disruptive security threats from weaponized drones to vehicular assaults to risks posed by mobile phones to roles for robots in security that could potentially change the way the way that buildings are built.

1. Identify technologies that have the potential to disrupt security in buildings.
2. Understand the nature of emerging threats.
3. Review technologies that could provide new options for security.
4. Learn how to begin preparing now to respond to disruptive threats as they emerge.

 
Start Time:

8/11/2020 10:45:00 AM

End Time:

8/11/2020 11:45:00 AM

Presented by:

Sean Ahrens, CPP
Security Market Group Leader
Affiliated Engineers, Inc.


Session ID:

T2.14

Room Number:

314

Audience:

Intermediate

CEU:

0.1

Track:

Disruption in Facilities Management



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