WOODLAND PARK, N.J. -- Berkeley College is offering a free national security forum, "National Security & Social Media: the Power of Information and Knowledge," on Friday, June 10, in Woodland Park.
This event offers an opportunity for public- and private-sector professionals in emergency management, healthcare, compliance, information technology, communications, corporate security, national security and municipal, county and state government entities to gain insights into how to use social media and leverage social media resources in the monitoring and dissemination of information.
Experts will provide real-world case studies from security incidents in the United States and across the globe. Speakers include retired and active professionals from the New York City Police Department, New Jersey State Police, National Information Officers Association and U.S. Secret Service, among other public and private entities.
The panelists will discuss topics including
- how law enforcement monitors and reacts to social media chatter
- social media as a tool for emergency management communications
- preventing online exploitation of children in a global security context
- the reach of terrorism via social media
The seminar is free, but registration is required. For more information about the day's schedule and speakers, and to register, click here.
The seminar will be from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at Renaissance Hall, Berkeley College, 44 Rifle Camp Rd., in Woodland Park.
The event is held in partnership with the National Coalition of Latino Officers, the Asian American Law Enforcement Association, the Hispanic American Law Enforcement Association, the National Association of Black Women in Law Enforcement, the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management, New Jersey Women in Law Enforcement and New Jersey State Police.
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