2022 KEYNOTE SERIES

ISC WEST KEYNOTE SERIES SESSIONS

The ISC West Keynote Series will help you gain new perspectives and arm you with the information you need to lead the security & public safety industry into the future. Learn more below about this year’s three high-profile Keynote Series speakers and register today to join us in Las Vegas!

Day 1 Keynote: The Continuing Evolution of Las Vegas: How Aviation Security Technology Advancements are Taking LAS to the Next Level

Wednesday, March 23 | 8:45 AM – 9:45 AM | Venetian Ballroom F

Featuring: Rosemary Vassiliadis, Director of Aviation, Clark County Department of Aviation

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As the travel industry emerges from the pandemic, Las Vegas is welcoming air travelers at a renewed pace thanks to an influx of new amenities and major special events. The recent debuts of world-class resorts downtown and on the Strip, expanded convention space plus a state-of-the-art, 65,000-seat NFL stadium have further increased the drawing power of Las Vegas, while also creating new challenges and opportunities for airport operations and security.

In this keynote address, LAS Director of Aviation Rosemary Vassiliadis will discuss the destination’s continuing evolution while sharing insights into how Harry Reid International Airport is likewise evolving to keep flyers moving safely and efficiently. She’ll also highlight the airport’s Innovation Checkpoint, a unique testing ground at which the Transportation Security Administration’s Innovation Task Force is running live trials on new technologies and processes that are already improving security at airports across the nation, and will continue to do so into the future.    


Day 2 Keynote: Lessons in Public Safety Response, Crisis Management and Community Resiliency in the Age of Mass Shooting

Thursday, March 24 | 8:45 AM – 9:45 AM | Venetian Ballroom F

Featuring: Michael J. Bouchard, Oakland County Sheriff

In this keynote presentation, Oakland Country Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard provides perspectives on mass shooting response and recovery efforts in the aftermath of the Oxford High School active shooter incident in November 2021. Learn how this Michigan community has learned through tragedy and resiliency to manage growing trends of violence impacting schools and communities across the country.

Discover how technology, training, and tactical operations contribute toward a holistic approach to public safety in the 21st century. Sheriff Bouchard will share insights on emergency preparedness, crisis management, and various types of security technologies that are designed to detect, deter, prevent, and assist in response to mass shooting incidents.


Day 3 SIA Women in Security Forum Keynote: "People Hacking: The Human Element of Security"

Friday, March 25  | 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM | The Bridge Stage - Booth #20073

Featuring: Jenny Radcliffe, People Hacker

Join SIA’s Women in Security Forum to explore “The Human Side of Security” with Jenny Radcliffe. Radcliffe is a social engineer and “people hacker”—or a mix of shrewd behavioral scientist, master negotiator and actor.

Known for talking her way into high-security banks and even the Tower of London, Jenny is a world-renowned coach, consultant and speaker who brings something different to meetings focused on culture, social intelligence, sales, negotiation and interpersonal relationships. She helps clients understand how to better read people and social cues, use subtle tactics of persuasion, open avenues of conversation previously shut and understand and shield against their own vulnerabilities.

You’ll learn about:

  • How people are the weakest link in organizational security
  • How to bridge the gap between human and cyber security
  • New behavioral science insights into security and scams