The Convergence of Cyber and Physical Security- A Shared Responsibility

The Convergence of Cyber and Physical Security- A Shared Responsibility

April 09, 2019, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Sands 309

The IP-enablement of security technology has created an ever-growing cyber impact on the physical security industry. While well intended, this convergence has created a new security threat that both public and private organizations are struggling to combat. In this session, attendees will hear about the shared responsibility of the manufacturer, integrator, and end user and the protections that are being implemented to harden physical security systems, along with the challenges that both the integrators and end users face with the implementation of technologies and the convergence of cyber and physical security.

Learning Objectives:
1. Recognize the opportunity and risk within the converging cyber and physical security landscape.
2. Discover key roles the vendor, integrator, and end user play in hardening their deployments with cybersecurity.
3. Understand the difference between internal and external vulnerabilities arising from this convergence.


  • Gary Hoffner


    Vice President

    Photo-Scan of Los Angeles, Inc.

    Gary Hoffner has 38 years of dedication and service in the electronic safety and security industry. Gary is a graduate of Phoenix Institute of...

  • Andrew Lanning



    Integrated Security Technologies

    Andrew Lanning started his career in the computer and electronics field in 1982 beginning with COBOL, FORTRAN, and ASSEMBLER programming languages....

  • David Brent


    Network Video and Cyber Training Engineer

    Bosch Security and Safety Systems

    David Brent is the Network Video and Cyber Training Engineer at Bosch Security and Safety Systems. David has worked in the security industry for 19...

  • Charles Andrews


    Board of Directors

    ASIS International

    Charles "CHUCK" Andrews, CPP, CFE, CFCI, ICPS has been in the law-enforcement & security industries since 1976 starting as a Law Enforcement Police...



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