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3rd Electronic Security Training & Workshops in Malaysia and Philippines

3rd Electronic Security Training & Workshops in Malaysia and Philippines
Security professionals across Malaysia and the Philippines are warmly invited to attend the next series of Electronic Security Training & Workshop taking place on Sept. 19-20, 2023 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Nov. 21-22, 2023 in Clarke, Philippines.
Security professionals across Malaysia and the Philippines are warmly invited to attend the 3rd Electronic Security Training & Workshop taking place on Sept. 19-20, 2023 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and Nov. 21-22, 2023 in Clarke, Philippines.

These events follow the resounding success of the 2nd Electronic Security Training & Workshop held on 9-10 May 2023 at Dorsett Grand Subang, Malaysia, which brought together top security experts across industries in Malaysia and the Philippines. This two-day event showcased the latest best practices and cutting-edge technologies in the field and featured an array of informative and engaging sessions.

The course was done in Partnership with SWiSS (Selangor Wilayah Industrial Security Society) with certificates endorsed by SWiSS Accreditation Board headed by Tan Sri Musa Hassan.
 

The event was packed with participants from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives, which allowed for fruitful and dynamic electronic brainstorming (EBS) sessions. The training sessions and workshops focused on diligent industrial practices, closely aligned with technological functions and TAPA best practices standards, which are essential to ensure the security of our industries in this rapidly evolving digital age.
 
Attendees also had the opportunity to hear from prominent speakers such as Tan Sri Musa Hassan and Dato Khirudin Tajudin, who shared their valuable insights and experiences in the field. The interactive Q&A sessions with the speakers were a highlight of the event, allowing for valuable discussions and knowledge sharing.
 
Overall, the 2nd Electronic Security Training & Workshop was a power-packed and informative event that left attendees inspired and equipped with the latest knowledge and tools in the field of electronic security.
 

Verghese Thirumala, Managing Director for Maxitulin Group, spoke to asmag.com about the importance of conducting physical security system training in Malaysia.

"Malaysia, like most other countries, is facing a shortage of human capital in all industries. Governments are trying to narrow the gap between the supply and demand of labor forces. Security is vital not only at the national macro level but even at the local level, including the industrial, commercial and residential segments. A shortage of human capital can hinder the security and safety of all these segments.

Malaysian industrial, commercial and corporate security executives and managers are mainly from enforcement departments like the police and military who are good in investigation, risk assessment and analysis. The security industry revolves around the security guarding concept.
 
The equation of security is changing with the evolution of Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Robotics and Big Data. We see significant growth in security system technologies alongside advancements in networking technologies and connectivity. These developments are changing the way security is being operated.
 
When the correct security technologies and security guarding equation is formulated, the challenges of workforce shortage are removed. In fact, companies can save on costs as security systems have low operational costs, unlike recurring guarding personnel costs.

The Physical Security System concept, logic, design and applications training cum workshop will prepare the security fraternity to understand the concepts of physical security systems and how to apply them effectively to improve the overall security of the organization and minimize threats to assets or employees/people based on S.W.O.T analysis. This course is useful as training on the technological evolution of security systems will be imparted and participants will learn how security, safety and IT departments can work together to make a safer working environment.

As the world is moving quickly towards digitalization with the evolution of technologies, connectivity, AI, Big Data and IoT, this training helps participants not only to have a holistic view of how physical security systems can be an effective tool for security and safety, but also how security systems help in improving productivity and reducing costs. 
  
It is time for even the security staff on the ground to upskill to understand and use security technologies. A good mix of technologies and skilled personnel is the future of the security and safety of any organization and even the nation."


Dates for the upcoming workshops are as follows:
  • Sept. 19-20, 2023 event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Nov. 21-22, 2023 event in Clarke, Philippines
Interested individuals can contact Susan at susan@maxitulin.com. Mobile: (60) 12 655 0207.
 
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