System Surveyor CEO Chris Hugman to Lead Security Panel at ISC West

 Security professionals to discuss “Multi-Site Security in a Post-Pandemic World: How to Standardize System Design”

AUSTIN, Texas – July 19, 2021 – On day one of ISC West, System Surveyor CEO Chris Hugman is moderating a panel session about the importance of standardizing security system design across distributed organizations. Two enterprise security veterans and System Surveyor customers will join him to offer advice and examples from their respective positions managing security systems for a global insurance provider and a major U.S. university.

Hugman will lend his perspective and expertise as a former system integrator-turned-entrepreneur who now focuses on helping security professionals modernize system design with the System Surveyor mobile, digital design platform.

Session Type: SIA Education@ISC West Program

Session Track: COVID-19 Response & Public Safety and Health

Title: Multi-Site Security in a Post-Pandemic World: How to Standardize System Design

Date: Monday, July 19, 2021

Time: 2:30 – 3:15 p.m. PDT


  • In-person session: Sands Expo & Convention Center in Las Vegas, Sands 302
  • Pre-recorded video (starting July 19):


  • Chris Hugman, founder and CEO, System Surveyor
  • Ken Walker, Director, Enterprise Security, Safety & Systems, Assurant
  • Duncan Campbell, Building Access and Security Systems Manager, University of Utah
  • Pre-recorded video: Robert St. Jean, Senior Manager of Global Safety & Security, Boston Consulting Group

Session Description: 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.

In the post-pandemic world, it’s become even more important to carefully manage physical security across sites. Vulnerabilities have emerged, such as disparate systems across sites that cannot be centrally monitored. In addition, digital transformation has become an imperative, especially for remote collaboration and management.

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.

System Surveyor invites in-person attendees to register for this session and meet with the team at ISC West:

To register for the in-person conference or virtual conference package, register here

Sign up to receive a complimentary exhibit hall pass here

About System Surveyor

The System Surveyor mobile, SaaS-based platform enables everyone involved in system design, installation, and maintenance to collaborate on an unprecedented scale. Working together in one system of record, professionals can better plan and manage the systems organizations rely on every day: video surveillance, CCTV, access control, fire alarm, IT, building automation, AV, healthcare, and more. From system integrators to end customers to subcontractors, the benefits are increased sales, faster project completions, higher satisfaction, and enhanced long-term service levels. Try all features and collaboration of the product for free. Based in Austin, Texas, System Surveyor can be found at

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