Learning to Build Safer Campuses via Unified Video, Intrusion and Access Control
In this free webinar, attendees will learn how unifying their existing video systems and utilizing access control technology can help their schools detect and respond to incidents faster.
Schools and universities are continuing to find ways to better improve school and campus safety with physical security systems. Many schools are using integrated technologies that are managed separately. Having multiple disparate security systems can slow down investigations and limit the visibility of what is happening across a school or campus.
Moving to a unified joint solution is crucial to help schools detect and respond to incidents faster with video, access control, and intrusion all being in one comprehensive, unified platform. As a result, this streamlines investigations and improves incident response times.
Key takeaways from this free webinar:
- Show attendees how to improve school security with a unified view of their school operations
- Provide attendees with steps on how to achieve seamless control of video, access control, and intrusion within their schools
- Offer examples and best practices on how to quickly detect and prevent incidents within schools with a comprehensive solution of interconnected data and analytics
Phil Malencsik, Strategic Account Executive (Genetec)
Phil Malencsik is a Strategic Account Executive on the Genetec Public Sector team. He joined Genetec in 2011 as a sales engineer before becoming an account executive. He has extensive experience helping customers in both public and enterprise organizations. Currently, his focus is determining long-term strategies for cities, campus security, and helping communities improve their overall security through unified solutions.
Tom Mechler, Regional Marketing Manager (Bosch)
Tom Mechler is the Regional Marketing Manager responsible for Intrusion Systems at Bosch Security Systems, Inc. in North America. With over 35 years of industry experience, Tom’s background includes Marketing, Product Management, Sales, Technical Support, Product Training, and Installation. By working with customers, end users and industry professionals, Tom specializes in adapting today’s technology to the needs of the alarm industry.
Craig Oberschlaker, Business Development Manager (Bosch)
Craig Oberschlake is the Business Development Manager focusing on the SLED Vertical in North America (State/Local Government & Education) for Bosch Security Systems, Inc.
Earlier in life, Craig served honorably in the United States Air Force for nearly 11 years before transitioning into law enforcement with the City of Hoover, Alabama Police Deaprtment. During his time in law enforcement, he served the community as a Patrol Officer, Detective, and School Resource Officer. Following his tenure with the Air Force and Hoover PD, Craig took his skills and knowledge into the corporate sector where he was the Director of Security-North America for a global manufacturing company.
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