Be part of the i4C Summit!

Be part of the i4C Summit!

Terrorism, natural disasters, civil unrest, cybercrimes, and industrial crisis events require command and control from key management players in the public and private sectors. Traditional reactive command centers require an updated, proactive approach to forecast and prevent fast-paced and widespread deep-impact incidents.

Today’s protection concepts, then, must be more focused on the establishment, adoption, and use of command centers, communications systems, video surveillance, and computer technology in order to process the volume of data streaming to the organizations and to foster and cultivate actionable business intelligence—resulting in the best decisions.

This is the rationale that drives the i4C Summit—presented by SecurityMatters™ in partnership with Ace And Associates Risk Management, Inc. and ARSLAN SRS Philippines—to be held on 10–11 October 2018 at Makati Diamond Residences. The Summit will be bringing together top stakeholders for two days of intensive collaboration and knowledge-sharing on the i4C—information, computers, cameras, communications, and controls.

  • Information: A constant stream of actionable intelligence-gathering and data-sharing is crucial to forecasting and proactive asset protection posture in this age of fake news, big data, and open sources with global reach.
  • Computers: Today’s risk environment related to cyberelementsandtheInternet of Things affects physical and personal security. Processors power artificial intelligence, autonomous devices, and almost all electronic devices. 
  • Cameras: Video surveillance and facial recognition fuelthe data analytics for preventive and responsive protective measures, with improved accessibility, networks,and data storage further raising their value to any security endeavor. 
  • Communications: The integration of new data-based methods and traditional telecommunications networks heightens interconnectedness among stakeholders, which in turn strengthens security and safety strategies, including law enforcement and emergency responses
  • Controls:Well-designed command and control centers—with engineering, automation, a centralized or clustered hub—are vital to theemergency responses of any organization, whether it is concerned with private security or the public peace and order situation

Crucial to the success of any security endeavor, whether it concerns personal or public safety, is the convergence of many elements—especially now when the threats are far-reaching, multi-faceted, and comingfrom all sides. Actionable Information is of top value to businesses and public institutions, and provides an advantageous preventive stance regarding security threats, alongside it being good organizational strategy. The ubiquitousness of Computers and the prevalence of devices hooked up to The Internet of Things can make them a boon to your organization, especially with the rise of artificial intelligence, improved data analytics, and new entities like cryptocurrencies. The use of Cameras has long been a tool for infrastructure security, and the improvements to profiling and accessibility heighten their value—but using them to their full potential via top-of-the-line materials and a secure network and data storage remains a challenge. Effective Communications networks are vital to the strategic security protocols, and now range beyond the more traditional information exchanges and haveadopted interconnectedness using new telecommunications and data technologies available to us. The growing necessity of Controls—systems, command centers, war rooms, crisis management hubs, emergency response units—remains a largely untapped resource for most institutions, with mostly sprawling public agencies concerned with crime prevention and law enforcement at the forefront of their utilization.

All of these, together, a convergence of tools and methods and practices, will be discussed in depth during the i4C Summit—enabling organizations across fields and interests and industries, to make the most of the era’s security and safety offerings. 

Professionals and organizations from both the public and private spheres will be gathering to improve their security systems, safety practices, and emergency responses and this involves strengthened collaborations with severalsystems and technology providers. Key people from LGU command centers nationwide, law enforcement officials, emergency responders, corporate safety officers, security, safety and emergency response professionals, cybersecurity experts, and technology systems providers are among the delegates who will share best practices and study emerging trends regarding the i4C’s role in safety and security, in the preservation of peace and order, and in effective emergency management in both the public and private sectors.


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