Smart Cities, Smart Buildings and The Evolution Of The Converged Security Approach

Smart Cities, Smart Buildings and The Evolution Of The Converged Security Approach

November 14, 2018, 10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

Theater 1 (Booth 177)
Language:
English

This session will discuss the future of security from the managing of traffic lights/traffic flow, power grids, ports, and transportation systems. Included in this conversation is the understanding of the use of cameras, access control, gunshot detection, OSINT (open source intelligence social analyzers), IoT devices, cyber information, video management, predictive maintenance for critical infrastructure, and entry solutions. The panel team will review the use of meta data, analytics, AI (Artificial Intelligence), secured communication, secured storage and secured devices in the role of risk mitigation and prevention. Finally, the group will convey the role of a converged security standard to define and weigh liability and align proper technology to compliance with business processes.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Understand the current state regarding converged security and the smart cities and smart buildings movement.
2. Map the growth of technology to business process and compliance.
1. Describe the methodologies bringing IT, OT, PS together to properly align People, process, and technology with the goal of implementing todays converged security solution.
3. Example of supply chain to the implementation of smart cities, smart buildings to a converged security solution.

Contributors

  • Pierre Bourgeix

    Presenter

    President

    ESI Convergent

    Within the security industry, Pierre spent 20 years as a global security business development consultant and innovator, at such industry leaders as...

  • Scott Gross

    Presenter

    Security Manager Systems Operations

    Con Edison

Documents

  • Power Point Presenation 2.42 MB

    Smart Cities, Smart Buildings and The Evolution Of The Converged Security Approach Power Point Presenation

    November 09, 2018

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