The global industry has started to gain momentum in the aftermath of the pandemic and from a security perspective the threat spectrum has become diverse and more complex with the emergence of new and more sophisticated threat parameters. There has been an increase in technologically advanced security threats in the past few years including several natural as well as manmade crises – from natural disasters to tech-enabled insider threats impacting businesses. Keeping in sync with the changing nature of security threats, technological developments in security and surveillance with the convergence of physical & virtual processes are noticeable trends.
The future of security lies in the hands of smarter Security & Business Continuity Leaders with sound understanding of technological advancements, overseeing less human-dependent, more tech-enabled, process centric and cost-conscious integrated security deployments, as part of integrated Corporate Services.
Building on the success of the IFSEC Bangladesh Expo held during 18-20 April 2019 at ICCB, Dhaka, in this one-hour webinar thought leaders in security shared their experiences and discussed their latest security challenges and how technology has redefined video surveillance, cyber security (including those of devices, networks and applications), transport, incident and emergency management landscape, etc.
AHM Mohsin, Country Manager - Bangladesh, Sophos
Celia Shahnaz, Ph.D. SMIEEE, FIEB, Professor, Department of EEE, BUET, Dhaka, Bangladesh & Chair, IEEE Bangladesh Section
Shahid Ul Munir, President, Bangladesh Computer Samity
Md. Motaher Hoshan Khan, President, Electronics Safety and Security Association of Bangladesh (ESSAB)
Wahid Sadat Chowdhury, CTO & CIO, Energypac