The Chinese Government Threat
Regency Ballroom Saturday, October 14, 8:00 - 9:00 AM
Presenter:William R. Evanina
Specifications & Projects
Specifying in Division 25
Gulfstream-Hialeah Sunday, October 15, 9:15 - 10:30 AM
Moderator:Drew Deatherage, Crux Solutions
Panelists:Charles Buscarino, The Clarient Group
James Cooper, Integrated Security & Communications
Tom Shepherd, Honeywell BSI
- 25 38 00: Integrated Automation Instrumentation and Terminal Devices for Electronic Safety and Security Systems
- 25 58 00: Integrated Automation Control of Electronic Safety and Security Systems
- 25 98 00: Integrated Automation Control Sequences for Electronic Safety and Security Systems
This lack of familiarity can lead to confusion in the areas of design and installation responsibility, coordination, and effective integration and supervision of disparate systems. Also, Division 25 is an appropriate place to outline expectations for service as part of a “day 2” strategy in these smart building projects. The moderator of this panel works for a company heavily involved in Division 25 projects and will lead a discussion among experts from different stakeholder areas to bring added clarity, awareness of issues, and recommendations for working within Division 25.
Perspectives on Managed Security Services – Client, Consultant and Integrator
Gulfstream-Hialeah Sunday, October 15, 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Moderator:Dan O'Neill, ADRM
Panelists:Matt Isgur, ADRM
Jim Muncey, Pavion
John W. O’Connor, Harvard Business School
Bid vs. RFP – Impact on System Design
Gulfstream-Hialeah Sunday, October 15, 1:15 - 2:30 PM
Moderator:Jim Krile, Heapy
Panelists:Phil Aronson, Independent Consultant
Brian Coulombe, Amazon
Forrest Gist, Jacobs
Emerging Issues in Port Security
Kentucky Suite Sunday, October 15, 9:15 - 10:30 AM
Moderator:William Evanina, The Evanina Group
Panelists:Jeff Brown, Live Oak Consultants
Pam Everitt, Soteria LLC
Moderated by our Keynote speaker, William Evanina, this panel of port security experts will discuss threats, vulnerabilities, and potential countermeasures to address this critical part of our infrastructure.
Supply Chain Vulnerability
Kentucky Suite Sunday, October 15, 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Moderator:Jerrod Johnson, Ferguson Enterprises
Panelists:Paul Ihme, Soteria LLC
Clayton MacCrindle, Allegion
Ewa Pigna, LenelS2
J. Kelly Stewart, Newcastle Consulting, LLC
The Insider Threat
Kentucky Suite Sunday, October 15, 1:15 - 2:30 PM
Presenters:Andrew Lanning, Integrated Security Technologies
Shaun Moye, Targeted Solutions
Designing for Networked Door Locks
Park Suite Sunday, October 15, 9:15 - 10:30 AM
Moderator:Bret Emerson, CommTech Design
Panelists:Justin McKee, Allegion
Derek Ommert, Assa Abloy
Ronnie Pennington, Altronix
Join this discussion for a status of the options and discussion with industry leaders on the path forward on such questions as:
• Are card readers and centralized panels the most secure and manageable solution today and tomorrow?
• Where does wireless/battery operated door locking hardware belong in your buildings?
• Will door hardware and card readers move to direct Ethernet network attachment?
• If door hardware is attached to the network directly what does that cable look like as it transitions to the door and lock. What other network and cabling standards will need to be factored into Ethernet Locks.
Bring your thoughts and experience to this dynamic discussion!
CPTED - Think Outside the Box
Park Suite Sunday, October 15, 10:45 AM - 12:00 PM
Moderator:Mark Schreiber, Safeguards Consulting
Panelists:Dan Keller, American Crime Prevention Institute
Phil Santore, Introba
Robert Summers, Summers Associates
Drawing heavily on behavioral science rather than target-hardening strategies, CPTED uses environmental design concepts to dissuade criminal conduct and support legitimate use by utilizing resources such as architecture, engineering, landscaping, facility operations, signage, and lighting to reduce the necessity of traditional technical and operational security elements. The goal of CPTED is the creation of an environment in which legitimate users feel safe and secure, while the criminal element feels exposed and vulnerable. This condition is achieved primarily by manipulating the following four key areas of the natural and manmade environment: Natural Surveillance: Natural Access Control; Territorial Reinforcement; and Maintenance / Management.
AI – Understanding, Applications & Design
Park Suite Sunday, October 15, 1:15 - 2:30 PM
Presenter:Nick Heitzman, Allegion
Hands on Technology
Discovering Device Cyber Characteristics and Weaknesses
Gulfstream-Hialeah Sunday, October 15, 2:45 - 4:15 PM
Presenters:Rodney Thayer, Smithee Solutions
The goals of this session are:
• Relate recommended network policy to specified actions
• Observe cyber-sourced event telemetry
• Relate the observed telemetry configuration to system behavior
• “Stress test” an IIOT target device
• Put all these into context of a specification
Work through these exercises with Rodney to get a first-hand feeling for what is involved in discovery the weakness of a device and its configuration.
Bluebeam Studio Sessions for Collaboration
Keeneland Sunday, October 15, 2:45 - 4:15 PM
Presenter:Dan Coppinger, ZenTek Consultants
Streamlining Quantity Take-Offs (QTO) with Bluebeam Revu
Kentucky Suite Sunday, October 15, 2:45 - 4:15 PM
Presenter:Dave Mills, ZenTek Consultants
• Scale and Calibrate PDFs
• Use Linear Measurement Tools
• Use Area and Volume Tools
• Use Item Counts and Search Tools
• Create Re-Usable QTO Tools
ChatGPT and Similar Tools to Know .. Tools to Use?
Park Suite Sunday, October 15, 2:45 - 4:15 PM
Moderator:Nick Heitzman, Allegion
Presenters:Jim Elder, Secured Design
Mark Schreiber, Safeguards Security Consulting
Questions or comments? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONSULT is a security industry event sponsored by SecuritySpecifiers. SecuritySpecifiers is an online community and network of security professionals established to address the need for the physical security industry to more effectively engage with designers and consultants.