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Global security, crisis and risk intelligence events

Select business security and risk intelligence conferences and seminars for 2022.

These industry events and conferences for 2022 are published weekly in Benchmarker, the newsletter for global security, crisis response and business resiliency leaders. Subscribe for free.

Have an event to add? Email us at benchmarker@factal.com with the link.


6th Annual CSO 360 Congress
November 30 – December 2 (Istanbul)
Chief Security Officers, Regional Security Officers, Directors of Corporate Security, Investigations and Intelligence, specialists and luminaries will lead a programme that is designed to be silo-breaking. An immersive and converged security agenda focus reflects the current backdrop of global volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.

Tipping Point: Keys to Developing and Implementing a Comprehensive Violence Prevention Program
December 1, 3pm ET
Learn to develop and implement comprehensive violence prevention programs for employees, contractors, and volunteers based on key components of the updated ASIS/ANSI Standard on Workplace Violence and Active Assailant – Prevention, Intervention and Response.

Global Security Briefing
December 8 (online)
Factal and Emergent Risk International will be back for a Global Security Briefing on December 8 with coverage of the flooding in Colombia and Venezuela, what’s going on with Covid measures in China and more. The GSB is now available as a podcast.

Global Elections, Intelligence Best Practices
December 15, 1pm ET
Over half of the national elections that took place in 2020 included some form of violence. In democracies and authoritarian regimes alike, violence and threats of violence are increasingly used to suppress opposition, intimidate voters, and erode public trust in governing systems. Private and public sector intelligence analysts are tasked with understanding which elections are at risk of violence and how that violence might impact the safety and security of their people and assets.

National Intercollegiate Athletics Safety and Security Forum
January 17-18 (College Station, Texas)
Collegiate athletic programs and venues attract a large number of athletes and spectators, making safety and security a top priority for venue operators, public safety officials, and local communities. Discussing current issues and exploring solutions in a forum environment will help colleges and universities, athletic conferences, and associations enhance safety and security plans and operations.

DRI International
February 26-March 1 (Austin, Texas)
DRI International hosts an annual event designed for the business continuity community, by the business continuity community. It addresses the topics business continuity management (BCM) professionals care about most and providing a first-rate educational experience that informs and inspires.