Active Shooter Response Through Physical Security Information Management

According to the FBI, 69.8% of active shooter incidents ended in 5 minutes or less, yet these emergencies can be among the most deadly and traumatic an educational institution can experience. 

Physical security systems, while critical to institution’s ability to respond, are often not optimized and automated to mitigate harm during an active shooter emergency. Automated actions and consistent next step tasks can accelerate response times, such as activating response teams or triggering instructions to other systems.

This webinar will explore how integration and centralization of physical security systems can be used during an active shooter emergency on campus to end the threat and save lives, with a focus on developing real-time situational awareness, reducing risk, and improving response times.

Date: Tuesday, June 15
Time: 11 AM Pacific / 1 PM Central / 2 PM Eastern
Duration: 1 hour


Daniel BloodworthDaniel Bloodworth is Director of Emerging Technologies at Everbridge. He operates at the intersection of business and technology, advancing the role of IoT in Everbridge’s Critical Event Management strategy. Daniel is a seasoned security products thought leader and practitioner, having designed and delivered mission-critical security integration projects for over 10 years. Daniel is responsible for evolving our IoT products and strategic alliances to best serve our customers. 



Campus Security & Life Safety

Duration: 1 hour

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