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Dealer, Installer, Integrator - Technology

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Sponsored By: Security Dealer & Integrator
Wednesday, April 06, 2011
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DT01: Cloud Computing Security Risks and Standards: What's the Worst that Could Happen?
Room: 204 ~ 10:15 am - 11:15 am (Wednesday, April 06, 2011)
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Sponsored By: Security Dealer & Integrator

As the physical security industry begins to embrace the cloud computing/SaaS model, questions and concerns about the risks of storing data off-site are inherent. As a security integrator/dealer/installer who's looking to enter this space, how do you ensure that you partner with a provider that has taken the correct precautions to ensure your customers data isn't intercepted or tampered with? How do you convey the benefits and risks to potential end users of the service who are intimidated by the new technology? Can you identify applications where off-site storage is and is not appropriate? This workshop serves to address these questions with the help of several subject matter experts.
Learning Objectives:
1. Describe three security standards (encryption, SSL and audit) and how they apply to decisions made for storage security.
2. List three security advantages and disadvantages of storing data off-site
3. Assess the competency of cloud service providers on the market from a security perspective
4. Construct a defensible story to demonstrate risks and benefits of off-site storage to end-users
Speaker:
Josh Gervey - Managing Consultant, National Practice Director - Enterprise Management, CompuCom
Jon Herlocker - Chief Technology Officer , EMC Mozy Cloud Services
Brian Lohse - Director, Business Development, Secure-i Inc.
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DT02: Mobile Video 101
Room: 204 ~ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm (Wednesday, April 06, 2011)
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Sponsored By: Security Dealer & Integrator

This presentation will give an overview of the breakthroughs in the mobile video market by illustrating real world examples of successful implementations for Government agencies, convention centers, universities, and more. Learn about the five critical elements of mobile video and the steps needed to successfully implement your own mobile video system.
Learning Objectives:
1. Illustrate how other organizations are using mobile video with real world applications.
2. Identify five critical elements of mobile video
3. Chart the next steps to implement mobile for your organization's needs
Speaker:
Alex Bratton - CEO, Lextech Labs
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DT03: Key Control: Security Systems Weakest Link
Room: 204 ~ 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm (Wednesday, April 06, 2011)
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Sponsored By: Security Dealer & Integrator

Key control has been identified as one of the top security breaches within most security systems today. Simply selecting the level of access and matching it up with each door's security objective isn't enough today. This interactive program will explain in detail how you can tie access levels with proven key management practices to ensure a fully secured system.
Learning Objectives:
1. Evaluate and select the correct locking segment and be able to match it up with specific security objectives for each door within a facility.
2. Write and implement a comprehensive key control policy.
3. Discover practical and advanced solutions to manage the metal key and protect the security systems integrity.
Speaker:
Lee Garver - Business Development Manager - Key Systems, ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions
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DT04: Generating Superior Profit with IP Video
Room: 204 ~ 2:45 pm - 4:45 pm (Wednesday, April 06, 2011)
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Sponsored By: Security Dealer & Integrator

When you win an IP video project, do you pop open the champagne to celebrate, only to later find you've finish the project in the red? Winning IP video business can be hard enough. Making a profit on it — now that's an even bigger challenge. In this panel, IP video experts and System Integrators (just like you) will take a no-holds-barred look at the things that commonly erode IP video project profitability. They'll share actual project experiences so you can know how to avoid these gotchas to put your IP video business in the black. During this panel, you'll also have an opportunity to participate in an IP video health check questionnaire to assess your own organization's state of readiness when it comes to making a viable and profitable business from IP video.
Speaker:
Bob Banerjee, PhD - Training Director, NICE
Bill Bozeman, CPP, CHS - President & CEO, PSA Security Network
Daniel Brault - President, Electro Specialty Systems
Sharon Shaw - Vice President, Integrator Support and Director of Education, PSA Security Network

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