April 5th Webinar: What Cloud Infrastructure Means for Physical Security

April 5, 2023
The webinar will discuss several factors for healthcare facilities to consider when it comes to identifying physical security pain points will be discussed and the level of access control and surveillance that is necessary to facilitate proper protection.

Date: April 5,  2023
Time:  1:00 PM EDT / 12:00 PM CDT / 10:00 AM PDT / 6:00 PM GMT
Sponsor: evolv, Paxton, Salient, Vector Flow
 1 Hour

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Healthcare security leaders know that the tools used to combat threats are secondary to what truly matters within their organization: the level of risk associated with the day-to-day operations of a busy hospital or healthcare facility. Healthcare security personnel focus on the potential threats at all points in a facility and the level of access control and surveillance that is necessary to facilitate proper protection and response. A forward-thinking plan for addressing this risk is crucial to ensure the safety of everyone inside the facility.

There are several factors for healthcare facilities to consider when it comes to identifying physical security pain points and aligning business operations goals in the evaluation of solutions that address risks. Cloud-based solutions, which have been introduced over the last decade or so, are emerging as a viable option for these organizations because of data protection, remote management and cost predictability. However, there are several steps that need to be taken to truly realize the benefits that the cloud brings to the healthcare market.

This webinar will discuss some of the following issues and challenges, including:

  • How is cloud computing changing the healthcare industry?
  • COVID-19’s impact on cloud adoption
  • Types of cloud computing in healthcare – Deployment Models & Distribution Models
  • What are the benefits of cloud computing in the healthcare industry?
  • Are there challenges to cloud adoption in healthcare?
  • The future of healthcare organizations with cloud computing


Antoinette King, CISSP, PSP, SICC
Credo Cyber Consulting, LLC

Antoinette King, CISSP, PSP, SICC -- Antoinette King, the founder of Credo Cyber Consulting, LLC, has 21 years of experience in the security industry. Beginning her career as a field technician responsible for the installation, design, and implementation of integrated security solutions, Antoinette has worked on projects that include the protection of one of our nation’s most treasured monuments, the Statue of Liberty. Antoinette has held roles within the security industry that include Engineered Systems Specialist, Operations Manager, Regional Sales Manager, and Key Account Manager in both integration and manufacturing. Drawing on her 2+ decades of experience, Antoinette founded Credo Cyber Consulting in 2020 to provide her clients with a holistic perspective on a cyber-physical security program with a focus on data privacy and protection.

Antoinette is a Board-Certified Physical Security Professional (PSP), as well as a certified Data Privacy Protection Specialist (DPPS). She has an associate degree in Criminal Justice, a Bachelor of Science in Managing Security Systems, and a Master’s Degree in Cybersecurity Policy and Risk Management. Antoinette has presented data privacy and cybersecurity in several capacities including webinars and in-person engagements. She has also published articles on the topics of cybersecurity, data privacy, creating insider threat programs, and digital citizenship.

Antoinette actively participates in many security industry associations. She is an active member of ASIS holding positions as Chapter Chairperson of the Hudson Valley Chapter, member of the Women in Security (WIS) Global Council, Co-Chair of the WIS Publications Committee, and member of the Strategic Alliance Committee. She is also an active member of the Security Industry Association (SIA), serving on the Ethics Working Group, Data Privacy Advisory Board, and the Cybersecurity Advisory Board, and is a member of Women in Cybersecurity (WiCys).

Bernard J. (Ben) Scaglione, CPP, CHPA, CHSP
Associate Principal
Cerami & Associates

Bernard J. (Ben) Scaglione, CPP, CHPA, CHSP, is Associate Principal at Cerami & Associates where he leads the security team in the design and consultation of security systems for various industries including healthcare, government, residential, office, and religious. Ben blogs and manages, “The Secure Hospital,” a blogging and resource management internet site. He is the author of the book, “Security Management for Healthcare: Proactive Event Prevention and Effective Resolution” and co-author of “Healthcare Security: Solutions for Management, Operations and Administration.”

He has a Master’s Degree from Rutgers University School of Criminal Justice and has served as a security director for more than 25 years in New York City area hospitals, including New York Presbyterian Hospital, Bellevue Hospital, and Atlantic Health System. Over the past 20 years Ben has served in multiple capacities for the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety (IAHSS) including council member, committee chair, and member of the IAHSS Board of Directors. He is past Chairman of the ASIS International Healthcare Council, past President of the New York City Metropolitan Healthcare Safety and Security Directors Association and is current chair of the ASIS International Crime Prevention Council. Ben was a contributing columnist for Security Magazine and is a frequent author to the Journal of Healthcare Protection Management. He serves as an adjunct professor at John Jay College and has served as an instructor at the Pratt Institute, and New Jersey City University.

Janette Evans
Healthcare Projects Director
Vector Flow

Janette Evans is Healthcare Projects Director at Vector Flow. In this role, she partners with healthcare organizations across North America to help solve their physical identity and access management challenges. Janette is passionate about helping healthcare organizations harness the power of their data to enhance security and compliance, mitigate risks, and decrease costs. Based in Dallas, Janette has been a member of the security industry for over 14 years.

Moderator: Steve Lasky
Editorial Director

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