Sponsored by HID Global
A new study of security directors, managers, and consultants finds access control infrastructure is deteriorating, as is the confidence that the access control systems in place are up for the job. These findings come from a survey of ASIS International members and customers on access control technology and its use. Join HID Global for a webinar to learn more about the trends and insights uncovered by this research comparing two years of data. The study underscores the complexities of managing physical security at a time when the technological sophistication of bad actors and the potential costs of security vulnerabilities are rapidly increasing. How is the industry changing and adapting to this landscape?
In this webinar you will learn about:
- Trends and insights uncovered in this new research
- Challenges and opportunities identified within the industry
- Best practices that enable a better security posture
CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
Director of PACS Product Marketing
Luc Merredew has over twenty years of experience working for OEMs in the fire and security space, with roles including channel sales, product line management and product/solution marketing. He has a cross-Atlantic educational background with an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering from London and an MBA from Babson in Massachusetts. His current role for HID Global, Director of PACS Product Marketing, blends inbound and outbound marketing activities with both tactical and strategic initiatives in his region; the Americas. Luc is based in Huntington Beach, CA and has been with Austin, Texas headquartered HID Global for four years.
Director of Global Marketing Communications, Physical Access Control
Matt Winn is the Director of Global Marketing Communications, Physical Access Control, at HID Global, where he drives global messaging and campaign strategies. Matt has worked in the ecommerce and security industries for over 12 years, with a focus on creating content based in custom research. His experience includes hundreds of blog posts and videos, dozens of research papers, and multiple speaking sessions at industry events. Matt has earned degrees in Marketing and Advertising from The University of Texas at Austin.