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Physical Security: Introductory Applications and Technology Workshop

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22 - 23 February 2016
Hilton Fort Worth
Fort Worth, TX, UNITED STATES

Understand the fundamentals of successful security programs

This revised, comprehensive program provides an essential and broad foundation relevant to all security practitioners and security management professionals.  Build fundamental knowledge on strategic security programs and maximize existing programs and systems with appropriate improvements.

  

Registration Fees

 Immediate Benefits

  • Understand strategies to communicate realistic expectations and the value of sound security programs and solutions.
  • Identify, analyze and assess security programs.
  • Learn proven strategies for maximizing the value and protecting your security system investment.
  • Understand the basics of networks and infrastructure supporting security technology success.
  • Identify and be able to communicate return on investment.

 Who Should Attend

  • Security managers
  • Site security/facility managers and engineers
  • Individuals tasked with risk management and homeland security
  • Design and security architects/engineers
  • Corporate security professionals
  • Purchasing officers
  • University and campus security professionals
  • Security project managers

 Program Overview

Risk Management & Planning
Learn what constitutes a risk, how to prepare a risk management plan, and how to identify the key management stakeholders.

Basic System Design and Layout
Learn about system layout strategies. Discussions will include stakeholders, when to design and who should design systems, expectations, infrastructure, and more. Find out how the design and layout relates to system specification, procurement, and deployment.

Litigation Issues and Mitigation

Discuss the security professional's role in legal issues such as information and property theft, armed intruders, contracts, HR and procurement.  Learn who you should go to for advice and how it impacts investigations.

Access Control
Learn the basics of electronic access control systems, strategies, and coordination.

Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED)
What is CPTED? Learn how to implement CPTED, applications, best practices and guidelines, as well as the environmental strategies involved.

Networking Basics
Focus on network physical and logical infrastructure as well as aspects of network security. Attendees will learns to develop a comprehensive plan of the core of a network infrastructure—the wiring plant. Layers of network devices and infrastructure discussions are added and provide the user a strong overview of the network they are using to transmit information or to monitor.

Locks and Life Safety
Learn the importance of a holistic approach to physical security and access control and the building and life safety codes considered.

Intrusion Sensors and Detection Systems
Receive an overview of sensor technology as well as its tradeoffs, limitations, and benefits. Discussions will include how an alarm system can be part of an access control system versus part of a burglar alarm system.

Video Basics
Learn about video architecture and determine what is "right" for a particular video application in order to achieve successful results.

Emerging Technologies
Learn what technologies have the potential to significantly impact the industry. Hear about current trends and how new technologies may impact staffing and operations.

Information Management
What are big data, visualization, and metrics? This workshop module focuses on operations strategies, value derived strategies, and opportunities to improve operations and pitfalls to avoid.

Class Exercises
Attendees will be encouraged to actively participate in discussions throughout the workshop. Individual and group exercises have been incorporated into this program to engage attendees and provide open active discussions.

 Hours, Fees, & Hotels

Registration Hours

Sunday
5:00-6:00 pm
Monday
7:00-8:00 am


Program Hours
Monday-Tuesday
8:00 am-5:00 pm

Registration Fees
Fees include daily continental breakfast, refreshment breaks, and a networking reception. Hotel costs are not included.

Early Bird
Member: $825
Nonmember: $1125

After January 9, 2016
Member: $925
Nonmember: $1225.

Hotel Information
Hilton Fort Worth
815 Main Street
Fort Worth, Texas  76102
+1.817.870.2100

Be sure to mention ASIS when requesting the special room rate of $165 single/double (plus tax). It will be honored until the room block is full or February 5, 2016.

 Discounts

Team Discount:
Receive a 10% discount when three to five attendees register from the same organization, 15% for six or more. Email asis@asisonline.org for details.

 Faculty

Mr John Bekisz, Jr, PSP
  • Mr John Bekisz, Jr, PSP
  • Vice President, Engineering
  • Sentinel Consulting, LLC.
  • Bronxville NY, UNITED STATES
  • Colleagues: 0
Session: Basic System Design and Layout
Session: Emerging Technologies and Information Management-Part 2
Session: Access Control
Session: Networking Basics
Session: Emerging Technologies and Information Management-Part 1
Session: Video Surveillance Basics

Bio: John Bekisz, Jr. PSP is a Security Engineer at Sentinel Consulting, LLC. He is certified by ASIS International as a Physical Security Professional (PSP) as well as an active member of the ASIS Westchester Chapter and the ASIS Young Professionals and the ASIS Physical Security Councils. John is specifically responsible for the design and engineering of electronic and physical security countermeasures including, but not limited to access control systems, video surveillance systems, command centers, and risk management and analysis. Providing clients with risk assessments, training, security master planning, development of security guidelines and requirements, as well as dictating to construction project teams the security requirements for all involved trades, John is involved in every aspect of Sentinel Consulting's portfolio of security focused products.
Mr Howard A Moster
  • Mr Howard A Moster
  • Senior Partner
  • Protection Methodologies Inc
  • Edmonton AB, CANADA
  • Colleagues: 0
Session: CPTED
Session: Risk Management and Layout
Session: Litigation Issues and Mitigation
Session: Locks and Life Safety
Session: Intrusion Sensors and Detection Systems

Bio: He is the Senior Partner at Protection Methodologies Inc. (Edmonton, Canada) a security consulting group. He has worked in corporate security for over 30 years and focuses on consulting in the areas of risk, physical protection systems, security procedures, training and litigation support after serving as a Police Officer in Ohio. He served as Council Vice-President and Council Chair of the Physical Security Council with ASIS and has been Program Chair for the ASIS-PSP Certification Review Program, The Asset Protection I (APC1) program and The Physical Security Academy at The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) for the US Department of Homeland Security. He has also been qualified in US and Canadian courts as an expert witness.
Bio: He is the Senior Partner at Protection Methodologies Inc. (Edmonton, Canada) a security consulting group. He has worked in corporate security for over 30 years and focuses on consulting in the areas of risk, physical protection systems, security procedures, training and litigation support after serving as a Police Officer in Ohio. He served as Council Vice-President and Council Chair of the Physical Security Council with ASIS and has been Program Chair for the ASIS-PSP Certification Review Program, The Asset Protection I (APC1) program and The Physical Security Academy at The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) for the US Department of Homeland Security. He has also been qualified in US and Canadian courts as an expert witness.
Bio: He is the Senior Partner at Protection Methodologies Inc. (Edmonton, Canada) a security consulting group. He has worked in corporate security for over 30 years and focuses on consulting in the areas of risk, physical protection systems, security procedures, training and litigation support after serving as a Police Officer in Ohio. He served as Council Vice-President and Council Chair of the Physical Security Council with ASIS and has been Program Chair for the ASIS-PSP Certification Review Program, The Asset Protection I (APC1) program and The Physical Security Academy at The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) for the US Department of Homeland Security. He has also been qualified in US and Canadian courts as an expert witness.
Bio: He is the Senior Partner at Protection Methodologies Inc. (Edmonton, Canada) a security consulting group. He has worked in corporate security for over 30 years and focuses on consulting in the areas of risk, physical protection systems, security procedures, training and litigation support after serving as a Police Officer in Ohio. He served as Council Vice-President and Council Chair of the Physical Security Council with ASIS and has been Program Chair for the ASIS-PSP Certification Review Program, The Asset Protection I (APC1) program and The Physical Security Academy at The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) for the US Department of Homeland Security. He has also been qualified in US and Canadian courts as an expert witness.
Bio: Howard Moster is the Senior Partner of Protection Methodologies Inc.(Edmonton, Alberta, Canada) which provides Security Management Consulting throughout North America. He is the co-chair of the Legal Liabilities Committee of the ASIS Physical Security Council, served as a Council Vice-President and Council Chair with ASIS and also as the Chairman of the ASIS Standing Committee on Physical Security. Howard has been program Chair for the ASIS-PSP Certification Review Program, The Asset Protection I (APC1) program and The Physical Security Academy at The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) for the US Department of Homeland Security. He is a member of the advisory board at The University of Alberta, Security Management Program, has written several articles, published three manuals, and frequently presents at workshops and seminars on Security Management, Physical Protection Systems, Critical Infrastructure Protection, and Risk Management Topics. He has also been qualified in US and Canadian courts as an Expert Witness in Physical Protection Systems, Risk Management, and Security Procedures. He has professional designations as a Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Certified Risk Manager (CRM), Certified Fraud Examiner (
Bio: He is the Senior Partner at Protection Methodologies Inc. (Edmonton, Canada) a security consulting group. He has worked in corporate security for over 30 years and focuses on consulting in the areas of risk, physical protection systems, security procedures, training and litigation support after serving as a Police Officer in Ohio. He served as Council Vice-President and Council Chair of the Physical Security Council with ASIS and has been Program Chair for the ASIS-PSP Certification Review Program, The Asset Protection I (APC1) program and The Physical Security Academy at The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) for the US Department of Homeland Security. He has also been qualified in US and Canadian courts as an expert witness.