DELRAY BEACH, Fla.—TechSec organizers have released details on several new educational sessions that will cover trends pushing strong authentication into the private sector, new and emerging video surveillance technology, and innovations in sport stadium security.
The emerging technology conference, which will be keynoted by Edward Levy, VP & Global Head of Security for Thomson Reuters, will be held on Feb. 7 and 8 in Delray Beach, Fla. Sign up to register on the TechSec website.
Technology changes propel PIV into the private sector
Changes in technology, the opportunity to cut costs, and new standards are moving strong authentication, as pioneered by the PIV and PIV-I credential, into the private sector. PIV and PIV-I, the Personal Identity Verification credential that government agencies have required for a while now, is being evaluated and embraced by government contractors, the banking world, bio-pharma, state government and elsewhere. In addition, a lower-cost commercial version of the credential, called CIV, has recently emerged. Also, the National Institute of Standards and Technology is incorporating new contactless solutions, such as NFC for mobility, into the next round of forthcoming PIV standards. The President's initiative, the National Strategy for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace (NSTIC), seeks to replace user-names and passwords with stronger authentication in the private sector. Find out what these changes mean for integrators, end users and specifiers. Identive Group's Rob Zivney leads this panel, which will explore which vertical markets are already adopting PIV and PIV-I, what's driving adoption of strong authentication, and what this means for your business as a result.
Moderated by: Rob Zivney, VP Government & Standards, Identive Group
David Belchick, VP Global Transaction Services for Citibank
Don Erickson, CEO, Security Industry Association
Game Changer: Securing sports stadiums of the future
As stated targets for terrorists, sports venues and stadiums playing host to other types of mass gatherings present a unique and complex challenge for security personnel. How do security professionals enhance the customer and fan experience while maintaining the proper level of security and the ability to rapidly respond to events? Join our panel as they discuss the latest technology being leveraged by sports stadiums, including integrated command and control systems that take advantage of advanced network architectures to turn data into action.
Moderated by: Steve Miller, Director of Systems Integration, National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security at the University of Southern Mississippi
Tim Morton, Lead Technical Investigator, Raytheon Corp.
Bob Hopkins, Chief of Police, University of
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