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The Future Effects of Rapidly Changing Security Technology

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27 January 2016
12:00 - 13:30

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​Seven technology trends can make current physical security systems obsolete while providing greater capabilities at an affordable price. In this webinar, discover how rapidly changing technology can advance security programs and find out how to use force multipliers that traditional security systems can not provide. Attendees will learn about advances in physical access control that can achieve a strong security system despite the interconnectedness of systems and the advent of cloud services.

About the Speakers:

Rick Withers, CPP/CISM/CMAS/CHS-III/ILO
Mr. Withers, a principal consultant for Triad Consulting & System Design Group, is an internationally recognized expert in technical/logical, physical, and operational security with over 30 years of experience within the security industry. He is the Co-Chairman of the ASIS Security Applied Sciences Council and former Chair of the ITSC. His extensive background covers development, creation, and expansion of technology supporting security operations. A retired Counterintelligence Officer, he provides a solid hands-on background in TSCM, force protection, counter-terrorism, and counter-espionage. He served as a Deputy Federal Security Director with TSA and also served as the first CSO for the 4th largest telecommunication company in the nation implementing a robust enterprise security program for physical, personnel, information and cyber security.

Ray Bernard, PSP
Ray Bernard is a leading security consultant who has provided pivotal insight in security for over 28 years. Ray has led many noteworthy security efforts for international airports, sports stadiums, water and energy utilities, manufacturing plants, schools and universities and high-rise office facilities. Ray has written over 200 articles and columns for various security and IT magazines, and pens a column on the convergence of physical security and IT for Security Technology Executive magazine. He is the author of the book Security Technology Convergence Insights published by Elsevier. Ray is a contributing author to the Encyclopedia of Security Management, Second Edition. He is a Physical Security Professional (PSP), and an active member of the ASIS Physical Security, IT Security Council and Security Applied Sciences councils.

Bud Broomhead
Viakoo Inc., CEO

Bud Broomhead is the founder and CEO of Viakoo, Inc., and is a serial entrepreneur who has led successful software and storage companies for more than two decades. He has experience delivering computational and storage platforms to the physical security space for over seven years, with an emphasis on infrastructure solutions for video surveillance.

Dean Drako
Eagle Eye Networks, Founder
Dean Drako founded Eagle Eye Networks in 2012 and led it to be the first cloud-based video surveillance company to provide both cloud and on-premise recording. In 2015, Eagle Eye Networks was named to CSO Outlook's "10 promising cloud security providers". Previously, as founder, president and CEO of Barracuda Networks, Dean created the industry's first email security appliance in 2003 and grew the company to more than 140 products,150,000 customers, and 1000 employees.

Dean is also owner and Chairman of Brivo, a cloud access control company. Dean was previously the founder of Boldfish, acquired by Siebel Systems, and Design Acceleration, Inc (DAI), acquired by Cadence Design Systems. Dean received his BSEE from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor and MSEE from the University of California, Berkeley. Goldman Sachs named Dean as one of the "100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs of 2014."

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