We were pleased to host our Annual Conference as the Security Institute’s first hybrid event! Building on the success of our last live event in 2019 we moved to an exciting new venue for 2021 – the Royal Society of Medicine, or also known as 1 Wimpole Street. As well as being able to join us in person for the conference, we also offered the option to join us from the comfort of your own home. For those joining us remotely, we brought the conference to them, with their very own conference pack delivered directly to your door, as well as professional and dynamic streaming of our speakers on the day.
We were pleased to present a full day line up of industry experts from various backgrounds of security, who led topical conversation and debate.
Influence is the conundrum in security. The ability to influence impacts almost every aspect of what a security professional aims to achieve. To deter is to influence. Leadership imparts influence to promote compliance, awareness, actions and reactions. Influencers can convince and coerce, inspire and improve the social circle around them. In security we use a variety of concepts to influence such as crime prevention through environmental design, psychological campaign such as “see it, say it sorted”. However, our adversaries do the same, to radicalise and inspire violence. To create fear in a population and even using our media and social media to deliver deep fake, epistemic risks that influence populations to follow a path without question.
During this hybrid conference, we explored aspects of influence that will develop a deeper understanding of how you may improve your influential abilities whilst considering how threat actors may be manipulating us.
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