The new normal: building trust and confidence back in the workplace
In today's climate as organisations prepare to reopen buildings and facilities, building trust and confidence in the workplace is essential. Whether you're managing a single building or multiple sites, making sure those who visit or work there feel safe needs to be central to your back to work strategy. Having the right technology is vital as we adjust to the new normal and changing regulation. The right tools will not only support your organisation through your COVID-19 response, they'll ensure your security operations are resilient, effective and well prepared for the future. Choosing the technology to take your organisation forward means selecting future proofed tools that offer long term solutions beyond COVID-19.
Brought to you in partnership with Genetec, the session will explore the policies and best practices for implementing a coordinated and unified security vision within a multi-stakeholder property management model. Learn about back-to-work strategies and understand some of the latest technology developed to support social distancing and occupancy concerns.
In this session you'll learn how to:
- Implement and use technology to manage occupancy, elevators, access control and cleaning procedures in facilities
- Secure your security operations including topics related to security and privacy
- Improve security of corporate assets, people and information through your video surveillance, visitor management and evidence management systems
- Evolve your practice to manage the convergence between physical security and IT
- Generate additional revenue by partnering with your tenants and leveraging their existing security technology
Head of Buildings & Industrial Market Segment, Europe
Jean-Philippe Deby is the Head of the Buildings & Industrial market segment for Genetec Europe. He is responsible for monitoring, improving and commercialising the company's solution offerings to help European industrial companies meet local regulatory requirements. JP has been with the company since 2007 and was previously responsible for the sales organisation in Western Europe and the development of the Genetec Channel Partner Program for EMEA.Prior to joining Genetec, JP held various sales and marketing functions for distributors, system integrators and manufacturers of IP-based solutions. He holds a bachelor's degree in Finance and Economy from Chicago's De Paul University in the United States.
Business Development Director of Signature Brands, Europe
Evgenia Ostrovskaya joined Genetec in 2015 as Business Development Director for Retail and Banking. Her responsibilities include business development, sales, channels and alliances. With more than 18 years of experience in IP security and video analysis, Evgenia identifies and creates custom solutions for her clients.Evgenia's educational background includes a master's degree in mathematics, as well as an MBA in sales & marketing.