Julie Johnson, Co-Founder and President, will be speaking on a panel at the 2018 ALSD Conference and Trade Show about securing your venue while simultaneously monetizing fan experience. First, panelists will cover how to keep guests in your suites and stadiums safer. Following, a discussion about leveraging technology for incident response, access control, facial recognition, data collection, and merchandise ordering. ALSD says, "In an age where cyber and physical threats exist, sports can still focus on fun, not fear."
Julie will be speaking along side Allen Ganz, Director of Advanced Recognition Systems at NEC, Rachel Fritz, Director of Sales at ACCESS Event Solutions, and Paul Joyce who specializes in Cyber Business Analytics. The panel will be moderated by Rich Krezwick, SVP of Facilities at AEG Europe.
Elizabeth Carter, Chief Security Officer, Armored Things, will be presenting with Jonathan Winer, Head of Investments, Sidewalk Labs, and Joe Zehnder, Chief Planner, City of Portland at the Global Tech Jam in Portland, Oregon. The Keynote Panel will be on Wednesday, June 20th 2018, from 9:25am-10:15am.
The presenters will discuss implications of district-scale smart city projects, including how to optimize public-private partnerships to achieve goals related to sustainability, mobility, economic opportunity and public-safety/security.
Julie Johnson, Co-founder and President, Armored Things, will be presenting at the 2018 VenuesNow Conference in Beverly Hills, CA. The panel, "How Technology Is Revolutionizing Venue Operations and the Fan Experience," will be at 5:00pm on Tuesday, June 19, 2018. Julie will also participate in a security roundtable the following day, June 20.
The panel will consist of technology operators, designers, and architects.
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Chris Lord, CTO of Armored Things will be attending the LiveWorx Technology Conference and participating in the IoT Safety and Security panel on June 18th from 12:30pm-1:30pm.
Julie Johnson, President and Co-Founder, will be presenting at the Internet2 Global Summit with co-speakers Mark Cather, CISO at University of Maryland Baltimore County, Donna Tatro, Associate CIO at Princeton University, and Karen Herrington, Director of Identity Strategy & Administration Virginia Tech.
The panel will be focusing on the growth of Internet of Things devices on campuses and how the devices create new opportunities to leverage IoT related data to improve student experiences and operational efficiencies. The panel will also cover the growing concerns regarding the ethics of using the IoT generated data, and how to enable Trust, Identity, Privacy, Protection, Safety and Security (TIPPSS) of devices, humans, and infrastructure.
Congressman John Curtis (UT-03) will serve as the host and moderator of a School Safety Summit. The event will take place on Monday, April 23, at Edgemont Elementary School in Provo at 3pm. The summit will bring together local leaders that are using innovative methods to bring forward solutions that keep our children safe at school. State and local law enforcement leaders, school administration officials, and several state legislators are confirmed to be in attendance.
Elizabeth Carter, Chief Security Officer, will be speaking on a panel at the School Safety Forum in Provo, UT, hosted by Congressman John Curtis. Carter will provide best practices for active threat safety and response and discuss how technology can be used in emergencies to respond more quickly and effectively.
Elizabeth will be speaking alongside Dr. Keith Rittel, the Superintendent of Provo, Greg Hudnell, Executive Director of HOPE4UTAH, Rep. Steve Eliason (R-UT), and Bill Provenchal, head of the Range Growth Association. The panel will be moderated by Rep. Curtis.
President Julie Johnson to speak on "Securing the Future"