Join Chris Hugman, System Surveyor CEO and a lively panel on site at ISC West. Also available in a pre-recorded virtual session.
Monday, July 19th
02:30 PM – 03:15 PM
Even before the pandemic, enterprise security leaders felt pressure to standardize their system design across multiple sites. Doing so strengthens security, speeds crisis response, simplifies operations, and streamlines budgeting and planning processes. It also prepares the organization to confirm security and risk compliance at a moment’s notice.
While the physical security industry has leveraged advanced technology for years, many security professionals take an antiquated, manual approach to systems planning and design. Often, they conduct site surveys with paper floor plans and pencils, cell phone photos, and multiple trips to the location. Then they e-mail plans to partners. This hinders a coordinated, efficient approach to site design, installation, and maintenance.
This session addresses how to standardize your approach to system design, whether you are managing a handful of sites or hundreds of locations locally or globally. This includes a look at collaboration technologies and processes that make working with your vendor and subcontractor ecosystem more secure, quick, and effective.
- Participants will be able to start standardizing their approach to security system design across a distributed organization and with their integrators and vendor partners.
- Participants will be able to better manage security across sites and regions with a simplified site design and maintenance process.
- Participants will be able to analyze different technology tools and solutions for the best way to make their security system design process more consistent, professional, and effective.