Dannel Patrick Malloy, the 88th Governor of the State of Connecticut, will be speaking at the Security Industry Association's (SIA) Government Summit.
In the wake of the Dec. 14, 2012 shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, CT, Gov. Malloy announced the formation of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission, a 16-member commission tasked with making specific, actionable recommendations in the areas of school safety, mental health services and gun violence prevention. An interim report from the commission includes recommendations on minimum classroom security standards, threat/risk assessment, emergency response standards, identification, training, and re-funding of the Safe and Drug Free Schools program.
Gov. Malloy was appointed by President Barack Obama to serve a two-year term on the Council of Governors, a group of 10 state governors established in 2010 to address matters of national security, homeland defense, synchronization and integration of state and federal military activities in the United States and matters of mutual interest pertaining to the National Guard.
Mr. Bill Bozeman, CPP
President and CEO
PSA Security Network
PSA Security Network announced that "What Integrators Need to Know; an End-User's Perspective" keynote address will be given by Robert W. Bastida, Regional Safety & Security Manager at Google. Mr. Bastida was listed #1 of the Top 25 Most Influential People in the Security Industry in 2008 and has more than 20 years of security experience gained from top firms such as Google and Oracle.
"We are thrilled to have Bob Bastida share his unique insight to the audience PSA-TEC 2013," said Bill Bozeman, President of PSA Security Network. "I'm sure this will be a learning experience for all integrators in the room."
The keynote presentation titled "What Integrators Need to Know; an End-User's Perspective" will take place Monday, May 6, 2013 during the PSA-TEC Welcome Reception at the Westin Westminster. For more information about PSA-TEC, visit www.psaTEC.com.
SecurityStockWatch.com recently sat down with Bill Bozeman, PSA Security Network's President and CEO, to discuss some common misconceptions about their signature event PSA-TEC.
SSW: What does the TEC in PSA-TEC stand for?
Bill Bozeman: TEC stands for Training, Exhibits and Conference. PSA-TEC has all of the education you need for your entire company, all in one place. It is where you can get physical security certifications, learn from the leading minds in the industry, and explore ideas from your peers. In addition we have an exciting, full day of product and service offerings on May 8th from the security industry's top manufacturers. Explore state-of-the-art technologies and cutting-edge business solutions, preparing your company for success. We also offer the industry's best networking opportunities where you can engage with your peers and technology leaders in a fast-paced, energetic environment.
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