Webinars


Upcoming

AI-Driven Video Analytics: The Foundation for Your Security Tech Stack

This free webinar will discuss why video analytics should lead video surveillance tech investments and provide a framework for designing systems that maximize impact, featuring insights from BriefCam executives Asaf Weisbrot and Shai Rybak.

Date: Jul 25, 2024

Time: 2:00PM ET

Duration: 1 Hour


The State of Safe Web Browsing in Enterprises Today

The web browser is the most used application within the enterprise but also the least protected. Bad actors are now increasingly targeting the weakest link: employees and consultants. Unfortunately, most of these attacks happen online when the employee or consultant is going about his daily work. Join in to learn more!

Date: Aug 13, 2024

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 1 hour


Smart Buildings: Focus on Networking and Video Surveillance

In this free webinar, join us for an insightful session exploring the transformative impact of video surveillance on the computer networking industry, featuring discussions on trends, innovations, best practices, and the importance of network architecture in supporting high-resolution video streams, with a focus on data privacy and compliance.

Date: Aug 14, 2024

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 1 Hour


On Demand

Enhancing Campus Safety and Student Success: Practical Solutions for Threat Mitigation and Performance Improvement

In this free Campus Security 3-hour Summit webinar, you will learn about practical protection solutions, community readiness, supportive campuses, partnerships, leadership development, and innovative technology to enhance student performance.

Duration: 3 1/2 Hours


AI at the Edge: Are You Ready?

This free webinar explores the growing integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in various market segments, emphasizing the pivotal role of Edge AI and deep learning algorithms in enhancing network surveillance applications through improved detection accuracy, reduced latency, and real-time data processing, while addressing key benefits, market applications, system types, and future trends in AI adoption.

Duration: 1 Hour


Bringing Your Physical Security Program into the 21st Century

This free webinar will cover the importance of adaptive and proactive security measures, the role of analytics, modernizing access control solutions, integrating biometric technologies, assessing current security infrastructure, and training staff for enhanced security in the digital age.

Duration: 1 Hour


Shooter Detection: The First Line of Defense

This free webinar focuses on campus protection and shooter detection, highlighting proactive measures, cutting-edge technology, and collaborative strategies to enhance security protocols and safeguard educational campuses against potential threats.

Duration: 1 hour


Embracing AI-driven Access Control

This free webinar/roundtable explores the transformative impact of AI on access control systems, discussing how AI algorithms enhance threat detection, user authentication, and anomaly identification, covering topics like behavioral analytics, biometric authentication, predictive maintenance, regulatory compliance, and future trends, aiming to equip attendees with insights to bolster security infrastructures in an interconnected world.

Duration: 1 Hour


Unlock the Potential: Why Make the Shift to Mobile Credentials

The security landscape is experiencing a transformative shift away from traditional plastic access control cards towards mobile credentials, and in this free webinar, Phil Coppola of HID delves into the reasons behind this trend, offering insights into mobile credential options, deployment strategies, and the distinctions between app and wallet-based credentials.

Duration: 1 Hour


Enhancing Campus Safety: Practical Approaches to Advanced Firearm Detection Technology

Join this free webinar to discover advanced firearm detection technology for campuses, presented by CEO Steve Reinharz and former FBI agent Troy McCanna, providing practical strategies to fortify security measures.

Duration: 1 Hour