Previous webinars this year have highlighted some of the things that security has done well, for example, stepping up quickly in the crisis, responding to changing demands on the frontline effectively, providing a reference point of expertise in a chaotic period in organisational life. But not all agree, others have pointed to: organisational hierarchies viewing security as secondary to say health or business continuity professionals; there has been a lament about the lack of preparation for this type of crisis; a view has been expressed that only some security professionals have ‘stepped up’, some have been shown to be wanting. This webinar will focus on what has gone well and what had not and how we might take those learnings from here. It will focus on:
• What are the key things that have marked security out as a positive influence during the crisis?
• What are the key things that have marked security out as failing or falling short during the crisis?
• How can we take the learnings from each forward? Or can we?