2019 Security Technology Summit
8700 Eager Rd, Brentwood, MO 63144, USA
Security Technology Summit
St. Louis, MO
The 2019 Security Technology Summit is a free, educational event addressing physical and digital security for local government, schools,
throughout Missouri and southern Illinois. This event will showcase a variety of automated technologies used across the country to secure facilities, campuses, and digital networks. Professional security leaders will provide insight on successful strategies and identify possible physical and digital infrastructure vulnerabilities that affect the safety and security of organizations everywhere.
Date: Wednesday, April 3rdTime: 9:00am - 4:00pmRegistration begins at 8:30am with coffee & breakfast snacksLocation: Drury Inn & Suites St. Louis Brentwood, Sycamore Ballroom
Lunch will be provided by Elliott Data Systems, Inc.
Experienced professionals will share strategies that can combat security threats and better position your organization to avoid security breaches. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask our industry professionals questions that relate to their own organization's challenges and goals.
Emerging Technologies in Security Management Elliott Data Systems, Inc. Learn why its important to adjust to emerging technologies to
stay current in security. See how mobile technology has transformed
security through access control, two-factor authentication, logical
access, and video surveillance. Manage data, obtain access, verify
identities, and monitor activity from your smartphone! Implement
necessary security measures to eliminate vulnerabilities and strengthen
the security of facilities, campuses, websites, VPNs, and other online
Crisis/Threat Response Training ExercisePresented by: Threat Assessment Consultants (TAC) Travis Blankenship, Owner and CEO View BioTravis Blankenship will present a 90 minute exercise allowing attendees to actively participate in the critical thinking and decision making process while engaged in a crisis/threat response situation. This reality-based training is designed to introduce realistic anxiety into conscious decisions needed to successfully maneuver through the scenario. Crisis management is a real task facing leadership today. Participating in drills and planning ahead may be the key to your success should your organization encounter a crisis event or mass casualty situation.
Missouri Schools' Security Situational Awareness & Analysis Presented by: MSBA Center for Education Safety David Martin, Education Safety Coordinator View BioMissouri Information Analysis Center Cindy Klausner, School Safety Analyst View Bio
The MSBS Center for Education Safety and the Missouri Information Analysis Center have partnered to collect school safety threat information. The goal is to provide a comprehensive threat picture for Missouri and situational awareness regarding the number and types of school threats and incidents occurring in the state and create a common operating picture. This session will provide the background and update on the progress of these efforts including the expansion of the School Violence Hotline.
Stopping the Attack! - Security Testing to Meet Compliance and Security Goals. Presented by: Working Security Dennis King, Chief Information Security Officer View Bio
White-Hat hackers serve business, government, and non-profit organizations by executing cyber attacks against their systems to discover exploitable flaws. The goal is to identify and then reduce an organization's exposed "attack surface" and risk of breach. In this presentation, we discuss the key tactics used in these attacks as well as how this process fits into an organization's overall compliance and information security management plans.
Cloud vs. Server Security Elliott Data Systems, Inc.
Learn the pro's and con's of hosting software via cloud and on
premise. Compare the security of using physical hardware on-site as
opposed to a virtual environment managed and secured by a cloud hosting
provider. Identify the security provided by cloud and server hosting
options to determine which approach is the right fit for your
View first hand some of the more advanced hardware and software solutions available in video surveillance, access control, secure identification, two-factor authentication and more. Learn how to use these tools to strategically enhance your security program to protect facilities, perform mobile security management, and secure entire networks of data for any organization. Better protect and prepare your organization by educating you and your team on the latest technology available.
Attendee Hotel Discounts & Benefits
Lodging - All attendees benefit from a hotel discount provided by the Brentwood Drury Inn & Suites using our event registration site provided by the Drury Inn https://www.druryhotels.com/bookandstay/newreservation/?groupno=2370739. Whether you're from out-of-town or would simply like to avoid morning rush hour traffic, please provide the event name, Security Technology Summit, while securing your reservation to receive the discounted rate.
Meals - a Brentwood Drury Inn hotel stay includes a complementary 5:30pm Kickback meal after check-in, popcorn & soda, and a complete, hot breakfast during your stay.
Parking - Parking is free both in the outdoor lot and lower level parking garage for hotel and event guests.
Reserve your stay by contacting the Brentwood Drury Inn & Suiteshttps://www.druryhotels.com/bookandstay/newreservation/?groupno=2370739
8700 Eager RoadBrentwood, MO 63144314-968-3704