Behavioural Analysis goes online for 2020
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Green Light Given For Behavioural Analysis 2020

This year’s conference will be an online event.

Green Light have announced that their popular Behavioural Analysis Week will be going ahead this year. The annual conference, which attracts event security experts from a wide variety of sectors around the world, has been digitally transformed as a result of the ongoing pandemic. The event is set to take place online from Monday 5th to Thursday 8th October 2020. 

Features

Following the impact of Covid-19 on the global events industry, the conference has been adapted for an online platform. As a result, more sessions have been added to a jam-packed programme that includes presentations, panel discussions, live Q&As and product demonstrations. Green Light have also introduced a new digital format enabling delegates to review recordings of sessions at their own convenience. This is particularly useful for those unable to tune in “live” due to differences in timezone or other commitments.

The event is billed as the only security practitioners conference in the world that explores the benefits of behavioural analysis, providing attendees with a fundamental understanding about behavioural detection techniques from leading experts within the industry. The four-day programme offers delegates a wealth of information, including how to develop strategies to identify insider threats and cost-effectively improve the security of their organisation. Talks will be delivered by a number of renowned subject matter experts including Professors, Criminologists, CEO’s and Heads of R&D. 

Third Edition

This is the third edition of the Behavioural Analysis Week after successful shows at Cardiff’s Principality Stadium in 2018 and the Mall of America in Minneapolis last year. The Crowd magazine are delighted to be a media sponsor for the conference and eagerly await the high-quality content it is sure to provide.

For more information and to register as a delegate, visit the conference website here and use the code Crowd15 to receive a 15% discount.

Alex Read
Author: Alex Read

Alex Read is the Assistant Editor for The Crowd Magazine. An NCTJ-qualified journalist, he is also a qualified marketer. He currently splits his working commitments between The Crowd Magazine and Dynamize Marketing. Outside of work, he is passionate about sport, music and travelling, running his own travel blog called Depth of Mind.