Call for assistance: Speakers for Schools – Access to the very top for all young people
The future of our industry is in our hands, and we need your help to change the lives of young people across the country. Speakers for Schools enable virtual work experience programmes that reach hundreds of children with the same effort as one traditional placement. Join us to discover how they do it, and how it could benefit your business and your community.
Recorded on: Tuesday 20th July 2021
Authors of their own misfortune: Accidental managers and the onset of crisis
The term crisis is often used incorrectly and invariably applied to high profile and catastrophic events. So is it a crisis when managers embed the vulnerability for failure within the very systems and processes they are meant to manage? This presentation explores what happens when management theory and practice hit the fan!
Recorded on: Monday 7th June 2021
10 top free tips to improve your employee security
As more and more cases of employee fraud are covered in the press, hear about the latest top 10 free ways to improve employee security through the entire lifecycle. Learn about free advice, initiatives and events about employee screening and how to use these to improve your company’s defences.
Recorded on: Monday 10th May 2021
The strategic value in infosec: How to be more than a cost centre
Infosec is a vital part of any business, so how can security professionals show their Boards that they deliver clear strategic value and aren’t just a cost centre? We look at ways for infosec to position themselves as they should be seen – as core to the security, reputation and value of the business.
Recorded on: Thursday 6th May 2021
SASIG HR Academy Session 4 – Balancing employee privacy and company security: a legal, ethical and cultural concern
Balancing privacy and security in an ongoing battle. There are legal, ethical and cultural concerns to consider. Our last session in this Academy series looks at the new WFH threat landscape, the employee experience, the difference between monitoring and invasion of privacy, third-party risk, and transparency.
Recorded on: Friday 26th March 2021
SASIG HR Academy Session 3 - New perspectives on employee screening: From fake employees to digital innovation
Join us to find out about the latest activity within UK Government, third sector, and industry to modernise employee screening across the UK. We look at themes such as social media and innovation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. We also discuss the rise of the fake employee; how Covid and fraudsters are threatening businesses and work seekers alike.
Recorded on: Friday 19th March 2021
SASIG HR Academy Session 2 – They have started; now what? Security of personnel in the working environment
Your new employees have started; now what? From staff induction to the exit strategy. The second instalment of this Academy series ventures into a practical look at the elements required to build a culture of security, including onboarding, probation, mentoring, disciplinary processes and exit strategies.
Recorded on: Friday 12th March 2021
SASIG HR Academy Session 1 – Security in the earliest stages of the employee lifecycle
People aren't always who they say they are and there can be many reasons for this. The first of this academy series looks at security in the earliest stages of the employee lifecycle, including advertising, interviewing and pre-employment screening, and what practical steps you can take to improve and develop security in your hiring process.
Recorded on: Friday 5th March 2021
The future of employee screening: Screening for the fourth industrial revolution
This session covers the developments and future changes around employee screening, inc Home Office’s Right to Work policy, UK Gov’s Digital Identity ambitions and the concept of digital hiring. We also hear the latest on DBS, Disclosure Scotland and UKIFA, a new body tackling identity fraud in recruitment, as well as wider fourth industrial revolution impacts.
Recorded on: Friday 4th December 2020
How to build a SOC when you have limited resources
Some organisations have a 24/ 7 security operations centre (SOC) with teams of dedicated analysts carefully monitoring for threats around the clock, every day of the year. Unfortunately, most organisations cannot afford the costs of this. So join us as Andrew explains best practice in building an efficient security operation with the resources available to you.