Tuesday, March 6
The Great Conversation Continues Breakfast & Technology Demonstrations
Why Technology Will Change the Way You Do Security
Dr. Thomas Cellucci, Founder & CEO, Cellucci Associates, Inc.
We have discussed how people perform roles in a process and how important the culture is to the overall program’s success. Now we will learn how to use technology to redefine the new security functions and the evolving value it accelerates in the organization. Once you have technology expertise embedded in the security risk assessment and business optimization efforts it can fundamentally change the strategy and planning. Robotics can replace human security officers. Drones can be utilized for site surveillance. Artificial Intelligence can be used to access activity, monitoring activism & social media activities for potential brand and reputation issues, as well as threats that could lead to workplace violence or active shooter incidents. Learn how the technology will change how you approach your risk programs.
Managing the ‘Insider’ Threat
Michael Gelles, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting, LLP
You think you have the risk, strategy and program identified; you believe you have an effective security technology solutions architecture in place; and then you find that you have not fully realized the insider threat to your enterprise. You also are once again building a guiding coalition between human resources, legal, IT and security to create a proactive and measurable strategy for success.
Responding to the Threat…Real Time
The data we collect and manage will drive our program performance and our actionable response. Seconds matter not only to lives but to budgets. Learn from the leaders and experts in database technology, video analytics and surveillance management to explore a model that can improve situational awareness and response.
- Clayton Kemp, Chief Technology Officer, Global Guardian
- Brandon Reich, Surveillance General Manager, Pivot3
- Ty Chambliss, Global Director, Brand Protection & Security, Flex Inc.
- James Marcella, Director of Industry Associations, Axis Communications
- Matthew Porter, Sergeant, Mountlake Terrace Police Department
Networking Lunch & Technology Demonstrations
Who is on Your Campus?
Leaders in video surveillance, identity, and mobile security crowd sourcing and communication discuss how to leverage technology to provide all hazards situational awareness and actionable response. Hear from:
- Mitch Fagundes, Vice President Strategic Accounts, Arecont Vision
- Ian Lowe, Director, Product Marketing, Enterprise, Physical Access Control with HID Global
- Jeff Irby, Vice President, LiveSafe
- Andy MacMahon, Senior Vice President - Americas, iCetana
- Carl Alexander, Education & Risk Manager, Kamehameha Schools
- Max Kidd, Associate Director of Technology, University of Texas at Arlington
Risk Planning and Resilience: What We Can Learn From the X-Event
Kristina Anderson, Executive Director and Founder, Koshka Foundation for Safe Schools
The Great Conversation continues with a riveting story from the eyes of a victim then quickly moves into a breakdown of the lessons learned around all-hazards risk, resilience and security. Every security executive knows there are powerful forces that keep us from doing the right thing the first time until the wrong thing happens to us.
The Great Conversation Concludes with a Networking Reception
This is the time to create the relational connections with the Great Conversation speakers, technology partners and your peers that will help you take the next right steps in your career, your program and your measures of performance.