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Tavcom presents ‘The Future of Security Training’ Theatre at IFSEC International 2018

by Brian Sims

Tavcom Training, part of the Linx International Group, is delivering the free educational programme for ‘The Future of Security Training’ Theatre at IFSEC International 2018 alongside sponsor Panasonic UK. The dedicated education theatre will deliver a range of essential Continuing Professional Development-accredited presentations on cutting-edge subjects vital for today’s technical security professionals.

Known for over ten years as the ‘Tavcom Training Theatre’, this year show organiser UBM has re-branded the theatre in the wake of extensive research in order to meet with the theme for the event. ‘The Future of Security Training’ Theatre will be a major element in the new ‘Show Me How’ project at IFSEC International 2018, which will identify educational opportunities whereby visitors can learn about industry Best Practice and capabilities.

Tavcom Training’s executive director Paul Tennent commented: “We have a long-standing and proud tradition of delivering free education at IFSEC International, which expects to see over 40,000 visitors this year and has been at the heart of the security market for more than four decades. This year’s schedule promises something for everyone, including cyber security and integrated networks, audio systems, countering drone threats and the ever-increasing links between physical and cyber security.”

Wide-ranging education

During the three days of the show, which runs from 19-21 June, Tavcom will deliver a wide range of free educational sessions supported by specialist speakers from across the security industry, including the following:

Mike Gillespie

Mike Gillespie

*Peter Mason MEd CTSP, who has been the lead IP tutor for Tavcom Training for over 15 years, starts the programme with ‘The Future of Security Networks’. Peter is also presenting on ‘Cyber Crime and Security’

*David Needham (sales manager for Axis Communications in the UK and Ireland) will be presenting on ‘Network Audio Systems – Integrated Audio Made Smart and Easy’

*Jim Perkins (business development manager at Panasonic UK) will be discussing today’s breed of video management systems under the banner ‘Panasonic Breaks the VMS Mould with Video Insight’

*Nikola Serfimovski (director of business strategy at PureLifi) is to give a seminar entitled: ‘LiFi: The Future of High Bandwidth Secure Broadband Communication’

*Mike Gillespie (managing director and co-founder of Advent IM and vice-president of the C3i Centre for Strategic Cyberspace + Security Science) is to talk under the heading ‘Raising Standards: Raising Cyber Security Awareness’

*Justin Pringle (CTO at DroneOps) will be giving a timely presentation entitled: ’Countering The Drone Threat’

*Tony Weeks (head of technical services at the National Security Inspectorate) is scheduled to discuss ‘Automating the Transfer of Alarms to the Emergency Services: Maximising Public Benefits’

*Warren Collins MASC RISC CTSP (managing director at Bridge Technical Consultants, a Tavcom trainer on CCTV over IP and access control and a 2017 winner of the Imbert Prize from the Association of Security Consultants) will be examining the integration of security systems under the heading ‘Deploying an IP-Based Integration Project’

*Dr Mark Wherrett CEng MIET CTSP (senior tutor at Tavcom Training) is to present on the future of analytics in a seminar entitled ‘Smart, Connected Cameras and Big Data – The Power of Video is Being Unleashed’

Register for Certified Technical Security Professionals

Paul Tennent

Paul Tennent

IFSEC International is also the perfect opportunity to learn more about the Register for Certified Technical Security Professionals (CTSP), which has been endorsed by the British Security Industry Association here in the UK as well as internationally by Dubai’s Security Industry Regulatory Agency. It represents the only opportunity for individuals fulfilling technical roles in the electronic security and fire systems sectors to be officially recognised for their competencies and qualifications on a public register.

Paul Tennent concluded: “IFSEC International will once again deliver on its promise to educate and enlighten visitors. Myself and the team at Linx International Group look forward to seeing the readers of Risk Xtra at ExCeL.”

*For a full schedule of times and dates for ‘The Future of Security Training’ Theatre visit: https://www.ifsec.events/international/?cid=nav

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