Inflection Point 2021: Best Practice for Embracing Touchless Solutions in a Post-Pandemic World

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Learn current trends in digitization, automation, and the best practices to drive new levels of expediency and protection through touchless solutions. Originally conducted 4 February 2021.

The hallmark of 2020 was unpredictability. Economic, health and security challenges converged, global workforces began to operate under heightened safety requirements and digital transformation accelerated as physical security teams adapted to address a complex set of security and safety challenges. As the new year begins, the scope and scale of monitoring threats will continue to dramatically increase as we face down both the familiar and unforeseen.

Join HID Global and a panel of physical security experts for a discussion on embracing digitization, automation, and the best practices to drive new levels of expediency and protection through touchless solutions.

Learn more about:

  • How physical access control plays a leading role in return-to-work efforts
  • What physical access control capabilities are needed to create a more touchless environment
  • How to implement an enhanced approach, minimizing risk and optimizing core plan policies

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Presenters*

Taylor Breihan

Taylor has over 12 years of vertical market experience with Real Time Location Services (RTLS), smart building technologies, other mobile communication platforms. Taylor is supporting HIDs end user business team for Location Services strategy and IoT planning for new and current end users.

Kate Kim

Kate has more than 15 years of experience in access control and visitor management. Prior to joining HID, she led a global team responsible for card access and front lobby support at Target Corporation across variety of environments. Kate has been with HID for 5 years providing Product Marketing and Product Management for HID Visitor Solutions and the EasyLobby SVM product and is based in Minneapolis, MN.

Luc Merredew

Luc Merredew has over twenty years of experience working for OEMs in the fire and security space. Currently HID Global, Director of PACS Product Marketing blending marketing and strategic initiatives for the Americas, Luc has been with HID Global for five years and is based in Huntington Beach, CA.

Rick Mohr  

Rick Mohr has been in the Security Industry for over 30 years, including 15 years with HID Global, where he now manages the Channel Sales and Strategic Accounts teams, across North America. Rick is based in Monterey, California.

*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.

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