Date: Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Time: 2:00 PM EDT / 1:00 PM CDT / 11:00 AM PDT / 6:00 PM GMT
Sponsor: Aiphone, Bold Group, Evolv Technologies, Genetec, Milestone & NAPCO
Duration: 1 Hour
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There are common themes and challenges that campus administrators face as the country emerges from a crippling COVID pandemic and the continual threat of school violence. This webinar will discuss how to construct a strong physical security posture that incorporates access control, enhanced video surveillance, alerting and monitoring, vape detection, student health and other capabilities.
Security Technologies K12 Sales Support Specialist
Andy Phelps is NAPCO Security Technologies K12 Sales Support Specialist. He has over forty years of security experience, spanning all facets of security, as a law enforcement officer, a certified locksmith, owner, and operator, and as an expert in physical security, electronic access control & security systems technologies. Amidst introducing a wide range of school security solutions and applications, he frequently speaks on two popular K-12 school security/safety protocols, i.e., SAVI ™ (Security Access-Control Vulnerability Index Threat Assessment) and PASS ™ School Safety & Security Guidelines, Tiers 3 & 4 (Partner Alliance for Safer Schools).
Business Development Manager, Education
Brad Cary is the North Americas Business Development Manager for the Education Vertical. Brad has been in sales at Milestone since 2010. In that time, he has been a successful Channel Business Manager for the Plains territory and a National Sales Manager for both the West and South sub-regions.
Chris Langford, CISSP
Director of Network, Infrastructure and Cybersecurity
Lewisville Independent School District
Chris Langford, CISSP, Director of Network, Infrastructure and Cybersecurity for Lewisville Independent School District. His district saw a major increase in phishing attacks in the first months of the 2020-21 school year, with his system blocking more than 16 million malicious email threat messages during that time. Langford, who has been with LISD for six years and mainly entrenched with the K-12 sector his entire career, directs a team of IT professionals that are responsible for the cyber security, wired and wireless network connectivity, VoIP connectivity, network storage, servers, core networking, data centers, and campus A/V systems for the district.
Northeast Account Executive
Bob Curry is a Northeast Account Executive for Genetec providing innovative security solutions for the public sector including K-12. Bob spent 17 years in campus law enforcement security technology operations before joining Genetec in 2017 as Sales Engineer than later moving into an Account Executive role in 2021.
Certified as APCO Telecommunicator Instructor along with several technical certifications has allowed him to thrive in delivering complex technology to first responders and emergency security operation centers with high rate of efficiency and adaptation. During his tenure in campus law enforcement, he managed and deployed, mass notification, land mobile radio, computer aided and records management, video surveillance, and access control systems in a large diverse urban campus.
James C. Townzen, PSP, CPP.
Security Risk Management Consultants, LLC (SRMC).
Jim is a Staff Consultant with Security Risk Management Consultants, LLC (SRMC). He has more than 28 years of professional security experience. Jim has extensive experience in long-term security technology master planning, large-scale system designs, and the development of tightly integrated security systems including access control, video surveillance, alarms, command center (dispatch) design development, and other building monitoring/control systems related technologies. He has assessed, designed, and managed the implementation of complex, tightly integrated security systems packages including access control, digital video recording and intrusion detection.
Moderator: Steve Lasky