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Join us on Tuesday, June 22 at 1 pm (ET) for a webinar, Entry Exploits – Your Facility May Not be as Secure as you Thought presented by Brent Bauman, CPP, CSP, PSP, CTS-D, LEED® AP.
In this session we’ll review common lock types and methods of attack and bypass that can be used by criminals (or penetration testers) to gain entry. We’ll look at vulnerabilities that exist within common lock types and how these are exploited. The session includes some live demonstrations and reference information if you are interested in raising your knowledge about these common and widely available tactics.
This webinar has been approved for 1 CSC credit hour through IAPSC and 1 CPE credit hour through ASIS. All registered participants will receive an email prior to the event including the webinar access details & instructions.
About Our Presenter:
Brent Bauman, CPP, PSP, CSP, LEED AP is a security consultant and IAPSC member with a deep understanding of physical and electronic security systems and over 30 years of system design experience.
With a background in security operations and emergency response Brent has led the security and information communications technology (ICT) design for iconic projects in Canada, the US, and Bermuda. He has a graduate diploma in Disaster and Emergency Management from Royal Roads University and couples his security knowledge with this to help encourage resilience in project design.
Brent is the current ASIS Chapter 156 Chair and is president of the Canadian Civil Defence Museum Association. In his free time enjoys the sport of lock picking.
- IAPSC Members | FREE
- Non-Members| $25.00