Talking Physical Security with Peter Evans: Episode 1: NCS4 Operational Excercise Report Review

Patriot One Technologies is excited to announce our new webinar series: Talking Physical Security with Peter Evans. Over the series of webinars our CEO, Peter Evans will be discussing the latest trends and developments in the world of physical security with some of the leading minds in the industry.


We’ll be hosting our first episode Talking Physical Security with Peter Evans: Episode 1: NCS4 Operational Exercise Report Review on Thursday 20th January, 2022 at 2pm EST. Peter will be joined by Director of Training and Exercise at NCS⁴, who carried out the operational exercise, to discuss the recently released report.


Episode 1 – NCS4 Operational Exercise Report Review

Guest – Daniel Ward, Director of Training and Exercise at NCS⁴

Date – Thursday 20th January 2021

Time – 2PM – 3PM EST


During this webinar, we will be discussing:

  1. How the operational exercise was carried out, and why
  2. The nuances behind the results, and what they mean for operators
  3. The key takeaways from the report, and how we’re using them to develop our roadmap

Can’t make it on the day? Register at the link above and we will email you a recording of the webinar to watch at your own convenience.

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