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1 Texas Association of Community Schools Construction Conference Sponsored by TCPN

2 Today’s Agenda  What are the threats to Facilities?  What’s on Administrator’s/Superintendent’s minds?  Share examples of positive changes and technologies.  Open up dialogue for discussion. Confidential Page 2 What is significant about the number 18?

3 Our Task Today is a Bit Daunting… Confidential Page 3

4 Quiz When did all of this come about?  Physical Security  Electronic Security  Intercom Systems  CCTV  Access Control Systems  Integration Confidential Page 4

5 When did all of this come about?  Physical Security – Long, long ago…  Electronic Security – 1851 w/the McCullough Loop  Intercom Systems – 1940’s  CCTV – late 1950’s (London Trains)  Access Control Systems - early to mid 1960’s  Integration – late 1980’s and improving each day… Quiz Confidential Page 5

6 THE top Security Concern Confidential Page 6

7 Top 5 Security Concerns Confidential Page 7  #1  #1 Cyber/Communications Security  #2  #2 Workplace Violence and Prevention/Response  #3  #3 Business Continuity  #4  #4 Employee Selection/Screening  #5  #5 Property Crime From the Securitas Security Services USA, Inc. 2012

8  Past architecture/construction make them difficult to secure  Today, much of the equipment going into schools is for surveillance and delaying an intruder  Therefore “hardening of the schools” refers to improved use of cameras, new alarm systems and panic buttons ONE problem in schools Confidential Page 8

9 …to reduce threat …to mitigate risk …to enhance productivity …to save and/or improve lives …and, to be (not only feel) more safe! Let’s Look to Available Technologies/Solutions Confidential Page 9

10 Physical & Logical Security Systems Digital & CCTVVideo CCTVVideo Intelligent Video SituationMonitoringSituationMonitoring Visitor Management Perimeter Protection Intrusion Detection & Alarms Biometrics & Smartcard AccessControlAccessControl Available Technology Confidential Page 10

11 Physical & Logical Security Systems Digital & CCTVVideo CCTVVideo Intelligent Video SituationMonitoringSituationMonitoring Visitor Management Perimeter Protection Intrusion Detection & Alarms Biometrics & Smartcard AccessControlAccessControl Available Technology Confidential Page 11 Increasing Demand

12  IP Video (HDTV &/or MegaPixel)  Many cameras are now “sensors” Let’s talk technology… Confidential Page 12  Video Management Solutions (VMS applications)  Technology AND Recording at the “edge”

13 Intelligent Video Analytics How about an example? Confidential Page 13 Let’s talk technology…  Rules Based Single Person Multiple Persons Fast-Moving Persons Fallen Person Left-Behind Object Lurking Person Erratic Person Single Vehicle Multiple Vehicles Sudden-Stopped Vehicle Fast Vehicle Slow-Moving Vehicle Forming Crowd Dispersing Crowd Converging People  Cognitive Learning Artificial Intelligence and so much more…

14 Confidential Page 14 Let’s talk technology…

15  EOC / Fusion Center Confidential Page 15 Let’s talk technology…

16  PSIM (Physical Security Information Management) Industry Definition  Industry Definition – a category of software that provides a platform and applications created by middleware developers, designed to integrate multiple unconnected security applications and devices controlling them through one comprehensive user interface. Darin’s Definition  Darin’s Definition – allows for situational awareness by proactively handling any event while meeting compliance plus policy management much more efficiently AND effectively… PSIM Access Control * Video Mgmt * xVR Storage * Analytics * Sensors * Building Mgmt Alarms POS * ID Mgmt * IS/GPS * Fire * Video Walls * Radar * Etc. Confidential Page 16 Let’s talk technology…

17  Vestibule Hardening Confidential Page 17 Let’s talk technology… Bullet-proof Glass Ballistic Protection  Mass Notification  Remote Monitoring / Verification

18  Key Management Bolt Sensor Strap Sensor Confidential Page 18 Let’s talk technology…  Global Positioning Systems (GPS)  Radio Frequency Identification (RFID)  Passive (low cost, dumb, short range; get excited by a reader or antenna and transmit their unique identification)  Active (increased cost, smart, long range; battery powered, provide a heart beat and alarm attributes)

19  Mobile Security Solutions  BYOD (bring your own device)  Proprietary packaging iPodiPhone iPad Confidential Page 19 Let’s talk technology…  Integration of Databases - HR, LDAP/AD, Contractor, Watch list, Compliance list, Certification list, etc.

20  “Physical” Security gets top billing…  …although Cyber is much more vulnerable and often untraced Summary Confidential Page 20  Security is not a “single solution” solution (make sense?)  “Many” individual solutions should be considered based upon various threats  Emerging is good, yet not always best  At times, leading edge can be painful  Being informed is best  Know someone who knows someone; expand your network

21 Michael Huffman Account Manager Convergint Technologies, LLC Office Cell Darin R. Dillon, CPP Business Development Manager Convergint Technologies, LLC Office Cell Confidential Page 21 Recently overheard… “Before LinkedIn, I didn’t know any strangers.” Questions


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