- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
As in previous years, the diversity of the subject matter covered by the free to attend lectures in the Tavcom Training Theatre which is being sponsored by D-Link, will mean that there is something for everyone involved in the electronic security supply chain, including installers, systems designers, specifiers, end-users and technical support.
Mike Tennent of Tavcom Training, said: “This is the eighth successive year that the organisers of IFSEC have entrusted Tavcom to host the Training Theatre and needless to say, we are of course delighted to yet again have the opportunity to support UBM in their endeavours to ensure that visitors gain maximum benefit from attending the exhibition. Security professionals are always keen to learn about new technologies, innovations, solutions and standards and we are confident, as has been the case at previous IFSEC’s, that it will be ‘standing room only’ at many, if not at all of the educational sessions that Tavcom will be hosting during the three days of the show.”
Tavcom says that it’s ideally placed to provide IFSEC visitors with an objective overview of the important issues impacting on the electronic security world. As an industry provider of classroom and e-learning online security systems training courses, it has put together a programme of jargon free training sessions which they say will entertain, as well as educate and inform all those who attend.
Sourced from across the security industry, the speakers will include:
• Peter Mason, pictured, the lead IP tutor for Tavcom Training, who will offer opinion on the challenges presented by the growing demand for IP network based video surveillance solutions.
• Richard Beckley, who develops and delivers training in the Central Forensic Image Team at New Scotland Yard. Richard will offer guidance on how to ensure that video evidence is fit for purpose and can help lead to a successful prosecution.
• Jon Laws, a Senior Tutor for Tavcom Training and an international speaker, who will share his knowledge on the system planning and design process needed to ensure that a video surveillance system is able to capture and record evidence grade images.
• John Ballantyne, Chairman of the ONVIF Market Demand Working Group, who will provide an insight as to how businesses at every level of the supply chain, from those who specify and install, to equipment manufacturers and software developers, can realise benefit by adopting ONVIF.
• John Mearman, will present a session on drones as business opportunity for the surveillance industry.
• Ken Livingstone, whose presentation on ESRM (Enterprise Security Risk Management) is for any security professional who is looking to keep one step ahead of the criminals and terrorists.
• Mike Gillespie, of Advent IM, on the threat to organisational information assets, who will provide an overview of cyber vulnerabilities in business.
The Tavcom Training Theatre will be on stand B1200 at IFSEC International, at ExCeL London on June 16 to 18.