Prevention Podcast: Season 3, Ep. 7 — Introducing LiveSafe Connect For Security & Risk Professionals

Prevention Podcast: Season 3, Ep. 7 — Introducing LiveSafe Connect For Security & Risk Professionals

DAN VERTON, CONTENT LEADER & STRATEGIST

April 13, 2020

Long before the novel coronavirus pandemic, security and risk professionals understood that we are only as safe and secure as our neighbors. That’s why for years, security leaders throughout the Fortune 1,000 have been doing their best to collaborate and share information with their peers — either across the street or across their specific industry affiliation — using SMS group chat, WhatsApp, phone calls, and the dreaded email chain.

Now there’s a better way. Say goodbye to those informal, clumsy ways of sharing security information and say hello to LiveSafe Connect.

Connect is a collaboration platform purpose-built for security professionals to come together and share information over a private and secure network. Using Connect security leaders create and manage circles of trust with hand-selected peers to share insights and knowledge about local and industry activity.

Extending these circles of trust within geographies, industries, and/or affiliations generates a force-multiplier to expand risk intelligence at scale for Connect community members. Armed with this added intelligence, security leaders dramatically increase their situational awareness to prevent incidents and mitigate risks in real time.

Join us on this episode of the Prevention Podcast to learn more about LiveSafe Connect.

Dan Verton is the Director of Content & Branding at LiveSafe. Dan is a former military intelligence officer and anti-terrorism awareness training producer for a nationwide DHS training program. An award-winning journalist, Dan has a Master's Degree in Journalism and Public Affairs from American University in Washington, D.C., and is the author of four books, including The Hacker Diaries (McGraw-Hill, 2002), Black Ice: The Invisible Threat of Cyber-Terrorism (McGraw-Hill, 2003), and Left of Boom (Amazon, 2017). Follow @DanielVerton

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