Inovonics president Mark Jarman to participate in PSIA panel at ISC West 2012

Jarman to discuss the importance of standards in product development and implementation


For more than two decades, Jarman has served as an industry executive in the security and wireless industries. He has a deep technical background combined with sharp business acumen from his years of management and business development experience. He has an undergraduate from the University of Colorado and an M.B.A. from DePaul University in Chicago.

WHAT: "Implementing PSIA Standards: Perspectives from Industry Leaders"

Whether in product development or service delivery, it is important to develop industry standards in an open and collaborative manner to benefit the security industry as a whole. At ISC West 2012, Geoff Kohl of SecurityInfoWatch will moderate the Physical Security Interoperability Alliance's (PSIA) panel of security industry leaders discussing standards, why we need them and their experience in implementing them into products. This panel presentation will demonstrate the importance, value and positive ROI effects of a collaborative standards development process.

Jarman will draw on his experience in the security and wireless industries to provide insight on how standards development activities in the security industry compare to other industries, and how companies can become part of the standards development process. Other panelists include, Gary Myers, vice president of engineering at ObjectVideo, Deon Chatterton of Cisco STS, Mike Regelski, vice president of engineering at UTC Automation Control Systems and Frank Gasztonyi, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of Mercury Security Corp.

WHERE: ISC West 2012

Bellini Room 2012

Venetian Hotel/Sands Expo Center

3355 Las Vegas Blvd South

Las Vegas, NV 89109

WHEN: Thurs., Mar. 29 from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. PDT