Enterprises expanding into international markets encounter fundamental differences in education, religion, societal interaction, security threats and political instability — all of which impact business and security decisions on a global scale. With expansion comes greater responsibility and risk, prompting CEOs to establish a strong and secure infrastructure internationally. Drawing from his global exposure and decorated military leadership experience, Dale Buckner discusses how international organizations must incorporate their security organization in every aspect of the enterprise — cyber security, physical security and personnel security. Buckner explores risks, security and trends correlated to enterprise operation with an international scope, specifically in emerging, sometimes hostile, markets and economies.
1. Review the new global threats to personnel
2. Review the new global threats to infrastructure
3. Review the new global threats to communications (Cyber)
4. Learn about the paradigm changes to threats on a global basis