ATLANTA, Jan. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- Wren, a provider of enterprise-class video surveillance solutions, today announced that Jeff Floreno, Wren's director of security operations and strategy, will present at FETC: The Educational Technology Conference in Florida, one of the largest, most successful conferences in the U.S. devoted to educational technology. The conference takes place from January 21 - 24, 2009 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando.
Floreno's presentation, "Security Assessment Methodology: New Techniques for Ensuring a Safe School Environment," will be delivered on Friday, January 23 and Saturday, January 24 from 11:40 AM - 12:20 PM. Floreno's session will help educators and administrators learn:
- New techniques for assessing a school's safety and security profile;
- How different school zones present different sets of risks;
- Methodologies for identifying external safety and security risks;
- Steps for implementing a continuous improvement process to develop and maintain effective safety and security policies and practices;
- How to use information gathered during an assessment to develop risk mitigation strategies; and
- Simple strategies for maintaining visibility of safety and security compliance requirements.
Floreno has 30 years of government and corporate security experience. His career includes top-level security management positions with esteemed corporations including Northrop Grumman, 3M and Georgia Pacific. As director of security operations and strategy at Wren, Floreno is responsible for directing product development strategies in integration of physical security systems as well as market-based security tools and technologies.
"Over the course of the past year, Wren has focused heavily on understanding and addressing the security needs of schools, and as a result, formulated new methodologies for assessing a school's safety profile," said Floreno. "I look forward to sharing these techniques with conference attendees and hearing directly from them on how these processes can apply to their school environments."