In partnership with friends at Tavcom Training, a provider of accredited security systems training courses, UBM is excited to announce The Future Of Security Seminar Theatre, sponsored by Panasonic UK, within the IFSEC exhibition which will deliver a range of essential CPD accredited presentations on the very latest in security technology design and integration.
Physical security systems are now heavily dependent on IT-based platforms and this intersection of technologies has opened up significant potential for security installers and engineers to offer even better solutions for their customers. To reflect this demand, The Future Of Security Theatre will focus on these opportunities offering a full set of free seminars, designed with IFSEC installers in mind. The sessions will expertly target key areas addressing cyber security, IT best practice, practical IP networking, integration and system design plus a wide range of additional core areas, delivered by specialist Tavcom trainers.
The Future of Security Theatre will be a major element in the new ‘Show Me How’ project at IFSEC 2018
Cyber security section
Delivering insight into the major security challenges, the cyber security sections will look into how robust approaches to cyber security can strengthen an existing physical security system, providing the end user with even greater resilience to cyber threats. From an IT security aspect, the sessions will include understanding firewalls and identifying vulnerabilities which can be inherent in the installation process. In addition, there will be exclusive sessions on the use of UAVs and drones in security and how this technology is both a benefit and a hazard.
The Future of Security Theatre will be a major element in the new ‘Show Me How’ project at IFSEC 2018, which will identify education opportunities and exhibiting companies as key destinations where visitors can go to learn about best practice and capabilities. Exhibitors will host technical experts on their stands to ensure visitors gain a direct understanding of the products and solutions – making sure they leave fully equipped with the right knowledge. All ‘Show Me How’ areas and exhibitors will be clearly signposted to help visitors make the best possible use of their time at IFSEC 2018.
Tavcom is excited to be part of the new position IFSEC is taking as a major education opportunity"
Panasonic CCTV sureveillance
With cybercrime being an ever present threat, which exploits business weaknesses around storing data in multiple locations, Panasonic Business, as a recognised CCTV manufacturer, is proactively taking action towards these threats, by expanding its cyber offerings, which it intends to showcase at IFSEC 2018. In particular, it will focus on how integrators and installers can bring additional value to end users by providing cyber safe environments.
Paul Tennent, Sales Director at Tavcom Training states: "As a leading training provider for the security and fire installer sectors, Tavcom is excited to be part of the new position IFSEC is taking as a major education opportunity. It’s been interesting to see the insights and research IFSEC has gained over the past year, particularly in regard to the expectations and direct needs of the installer community. It’s also acutely apparent that growth areas and technologies in and around cyber security are becoming critical, so we’re happy to lend our expertise to the wider IFSEC audience.’’