IAPSC Annual Meeting 2013

Napa, California
Sunday, April 21, 2013

CONFERENCE PROGRAM

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SUNDAY, APRIL 21
MONDAY, APIRIL 22
TUESDAY, APRIL 23
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24

SUNDAY, APRIL 21
3:30pm - 7:00pm
Registration Open
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Welcome Reception on the Meritage Vineyard Terrace
MONDAY, APRIL 22
7:30am - 8:30am
Continental Breakfast (served in Exhibit Hall)
Exhibits will be open all day from 7:30am - 4:30pm.
8:30am - 9:30am
The Dark Side of Technology — Protecting Your Clients from Scams, Cons, and Hacks
Michael Menz, Manager, Global Cyber Security Investigations and Forensics Group, Hewlett Packard exposes the most dangerous scams, cons and hacks. Through live demonstrations, the white and dark side of technology will be explained.  From cell phones to casinos and gambling, you’ll hear how easy the scams and hacks have been, and with a mix of humor, you’ll understand how to avoid becoming a victim, or at least identify what your risks are and what they could cost.
9:40am - 10:40am
Communication & Credibility
Nothing is more important than your Professional Credibility; it underlies everything you do. It is, and should be, the chief concern of any professional. Examine the foundations of Professionalism, Credibility and Communication to be in control of the impression you make by the way you speak. You can influence how you are perceived by the community, by juries, clients and by your colleagues with this knowledge of how communication works. Make it work for you.
Speaker: Carol Fleming, Ph.D., The Sound of Your Voice
10:40am - 11:15am
Morning Refreshment Break (served in Exhibit Hall)
11:15am - 12:00pm
Forensic Security Strategies:
Keeping Current on the Rules of Evidence & Vetting New Cases

This is a two part session on “Keeping Current on the Rules of Evidence” and, “Vetting New Cases” .  This session is designed for both newcomers as well as those seasoned security experts who continue to keep their edge.
Speaker: Norman D. Bates, Esq., President, JD Liability Consultants, Inc.
12:00pm - 1:30pm
Networking Lunch (served in Exhibit Hall)
12:15pm - 12:45pm
Lunch Chat with iView Systems
Join iView systems for an intimate chat session to discuss their services, and real–world applications and benefits.
Speaker: Tony Day, Senior Account Executive, iView Systems
Moderator: Alan Zajic, CPP, CSP, AWZ Consulting

1:00pm - 1:30pm
Lunch Chat with Physical Security Interoperability Alliance
The Physical Security Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) has developed seven specifications to support interoperability between different types of security products, including video, storage, access control, analytics, and intrusion. PSIA joins IAPSC for this brief introduction to the initiatives it has developed, relative to the standardization of platforms across the security industry.
1:30pm - 2:15pm
Next Generation Security Consulting
Aligning board-level risk and business unit mitigation strategy, and building strategic brand alliances, are "proven practices" that every next generation leader should know.  This session will explore cross-functional, unified risk oversight, as well as return-on-investment capable approaches for board-level risk mitigation and organizational resilience.
Speakers: Francis D’Addario, CPP, CFE, Emeritus Faculty, Strategic Influence and Innovation, Security Executive Council and Principal at Crime Prevention Associates and Mark S. Lex, Emeritus Faculty, Security Executive Council
2:25pm - 3:15pm
IT Security — It's Time to Stop Being Afraid
IT Security is an element of our world that has been responsible for many solutions, while creating new problems that didn’t exist before.  We need to embrace IT security, understand it, and work with it.
Speaker: Ray Coulombe, CSI, CDT, Founder and Managing Director, Security Specifiers
3:15pm - 3:45pm
Afternoon Refreshment Break (served in Exhibit Hall)
3:45pm - 4:30pm
How to Put on an Effective Webinar for Clients and Prospects
Yes you can do this. Its technical, it relies on technology and, it relies on the audience’s ability to use it as much as yours. But, it is an effective way to get your message out there for little cost and from the comfort of your floppy slippers.
Speaker: Kristin Bodiford, Ph.D., Principal, Community Strengths
6:30pm - 7:30pm
Networking Reception
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TUESDAY, APRIL 23
7:30am - 8:30am
Continental Breakfast (served in Exhibit Hall)
Exhibits will be open all day from 7:30am - 4:30pm.
8:30am - 9:30am
Annual Members' Business Meeting
IAPSC members are invited to attend this annual meeting, which includes the election of the Board and reports on the status of the association.  In addition, there will be important industry-related updates.  Non-members may attend, but may not vote at the meeting.
9:30am - 10:15am
Assess and Significantly Improve the Effectiveness of Your Client's Security Alarm System —
Proven Tools for the Security Consultant
Help your clients achieve enhanced alarm system performance through alarm management practices.  This session will provide recommendations for assessing security alarm systems and review tools and best practices that can be utilized to improve the performance and maintain a highly effective security alarm system.
Speaker: Alan Brockbank, CPP, CSC, President and Principal Consultant, B-Secure Consulting, LLC
10:15am - 10:45am
Morning Refreshment Break (served in Exhibit Hall)
10:45am - 11:45am
Staying Ahead — Emerging Issues in Access Control
A panel made up of design consultants and manufacturers will present and discuss
emerging access control issues that may be raised by a client or required based upon unique engagement needs.  Understanding emerging issues such as cloud implementation, integration, planning for system end of life, bring your own device (BYOD), near field communication (NFC), PoE and “edge” door controllers may make the difference in you being retained for an engagement or some other consultant.  Join us in the debate and discussion to keep up with the latest developments in access control.
Speakers: Edie Alexander, Sales Director, Automatic Systems; David W. Barnard, Director of Dealer Development, RS2 Technologies, LLC; John Carter, Kaba ADS Americas; and Kim Kornmaier, Design Program Leader, Honeywell International, Inc.
Moderators: Ray Coulombe, CSI, CDT, Founder and Managing Director, Security Specifiers and Frank Pisciotta, MPA, CSC, President, Business Protection Specialists, Inc.
11:45am - 1:00pm
Networking Lunch (served in Exhibit Hall)
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Demystifying, Debunking, and Deploying 21st Century Video
After an introduction clarifying the major differences in analog, hybrid, and high definition IP video, manufacturers will be challenged by association members to address the issues of why and when video is used – for prevention, post-identification, and prosecution.
Speakers: Marcus Cervantes, Bosch Security Systems; James Connor, Samsung; Kristen Seguin, National Sales Manager - USA and Canada, Raytec Systems, Inc.; Stephen Jones, Veracity USA, Inc.; and Brad Thomas, Strategic Account Manager for Enterprise and Critical Infrastructure, Verint Systems
Moderator: Gerald “Dutch” Forstater, PE, CSI, CBIE, CEO and Chief Engineer, Professional Systems Engineering, LLC
2:10pm - 3:00pm
The "R" Word — Retirement isn't Just About Selling your Business for Millions or Taking
Down your Shingle

This session goes beyond the obvious and examines the options available leave this profession gracefully, financially fit, with your ego intact, and a sense of purpose for the next chapter in your life.
Speaker: John Keefe, Vice President, Wealth Management Associates
3:00pm - 3:30pm
Afternoon Refreshment Break (served in Exhibit Hall)
3:30ppm - 4:15pm
What is "Real" Risk Management
The phrase "risk management" gets thrown around quite a bit, but what is "real" risk management?  Everything you do in your organization involves a level of risk.  This session will explain how to recognize the real risks you face and give you some thoughts on how to prioritize these risks and how to mobilize.
Speakers: Kelly S. Klatt, CPP, CEO, Center for Security Solutions, Inc. and Rob Shellow, Ph.D., CSC, Principal, IMAR Services, LLC
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Awards Banquet Dinner (Estate Wine Cave)
Enjoy a relaxing evening with your IAPSC colleagues and delicious wine from the Trinitas Cellars in the beautiful Meritage Estate Wine Cave, while we bestow our highest honors to IAPSC colleagues who have made significant contributions to our professional community.
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
7:30am - 8:30am
Continental Breakfast
8:30am - 9:15am
Panel Discussion: Active Shooter Preparedness
As mass shooting incidents become more publicly prominent in the wake of recent events in Connecticut, Colorado, and Utah, you can expect the security professional will often be the first individual contacted for guidance. Will you be prepared to respond when that call is made?  This session will cover best practices in dealing with active shooter cases, how organizations and their employees should be prepared, and how being prepared can help save lives.
Speakers: Alan Brockbank, CPP, CSC, President and Principal Consultant, B-Secure Consulting, LLC; James Clark, CPP, Managing Partner, Clark Security Group, LLC; and Alan Zajic, CPP, CSP, AWZ Consulting
9:15am - 9:30am
Morning Refreshment Break
9:30am - 10:15am
Thought Leadership:
Using Innovation and Creativity in Your Business Model

This is as much about staying at the cutting edge of knowledge in our industry as it is finding innovative ways to solve problems. There are some basic elements of security that are tried and true. There are others that need to be tested, questioned, kicked, prodded, and otherwise provoked to see if they are really working.
Speaker: Ken Wheatley, MA, CPP, Sr. Vice President, Sony Electronics, Inc.
10:15am - 11:00am
Conference Wrap-Up
11:30am
Adjournment

 
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