Security Systems News

FEB 2018

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SESSION DESCRIPTIONS 19 ESX 2018 | JUNE 19-22, NASHVILLE, TN | WHERE PASSIONATE SECURITY PROFESSIONALS GATHER . MONITORING CENTER DOWN! HOW TO IMPROVE RECOVERY TIME WHEN NATURAL DISASTERS STRIKE The repercussions of natural disasters hinder core operations and put business continuity in serious jeopardy. Learn from industry leaders with direct experience how even your best disaster recovery plans are challenged when reality hits. Improve your own response strategies with first hand advice and problem-solving techniques that will save you time and resources when disasters strike in your neighborhood. • Hear from companies that were directly impacted by the historical 2017 hurricane season talk about challenges and best practices in disaster recovery • Steps to put into practice when preparing for disruptive weather • How to best care for your staff when everyone is in crisis mode HACKED! IMPORTANT STEPS TO PROTECT YOUR COMPANY (AND YOURSELF) AFTER A CYBERATTACK During this can't miss session, learn steps you must take to protect you and your monitoring company from the aftermath of a cyberattack. Learn about the different aspects of training that are integral to defending your intellectual property, your customer's data, and your reputation. Hear from UL about their most recent industry response to cyber intrusion prevention. Be ready with the latest tools to manage the inevitable when it happens to you! • Immediate steps and strategies for responding to a cyberattack • Effective approaches to enforce staff compliance to avoid future events that include plan development and practice • Latest updates from the newly formed UL-2900 Cybersecurity standard committee discussing intrusion prevention and forensics PLAGUED BY FALSE ALARMS? AUDIO/VIDEO ALARM CONFIRMATION BEST PRACTICES False alarms are a headache for everyone. Not only are they costly to our communities, but they often impact relationships with your customers. Learn how video and audio alarm confirmation can bring immediate changes to your ability to manage an industry problem. Hear best practices from industry leaders in alarm verification practices. • The before and after of managing customer expectations when TV forensics aren't reality • Steps for using video technology (and video alarming) to mitigate false alarms • How to make your cameras more effective as a deterrent by including audio during the confirmation process MAXIMIZE YOUR MONITORING CENTER SEMINAR DESCRIPTIONS

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