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ASIS/Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2018: Balancing Public Access and Security
September 24, 2018 at 10:30 am - 11:45 pm UTC-5
The Global Security Exchange (GSX) is ASIS International’s flagship security conference, and one of the world’s most trusted and prominent events for security professionals and industry experts around the world. ASIS GSX 2018 will explore the comprehensive and diverse nature of modern security and aims to provide an integrated experience for security professionals to help keep them educated, informed and in front of tomorrow’s threats.
Randy Romanin, Senior Architect and Security Specialist with Morrison Hershfield and Scott Hogan, Chief, Security Requirements and Project Management Office with the Senate of Canada, are pleased to be presenting the session titled Balancing Public Access and Security. The session takes place on September 24th from 10:30 a.m.to 11:45 a.m. in N249, and is part of the Perimeter Protection track.
Public access to buildings and building perimeter security may seem incompatible. Security at a building site can impose limits on people’s movements that may seem to conflict with the public’s perception of site accessibility. The basic purpose of perimeter security is to discourage access. However, through its increased use in urban areas, and in commercial, retail and public applications, perimeter security has evolved to allow for the provision of security features in a non-aggressive way through landscaping and other softer design elements. Hear about the advantages of integrating security into site perimeters early in the design stage for maximum compatibility with the site’s accessibility objectives.
What you can expect to gain from this session:
- An understanding of the common security and public access objectives as applied to the built environment.
- An awareness of how the design of both life safety and security systems can positively or adversely impact each other.
- A basic understanding of how to evaluate solutions that encompass security requirements, budgets and aesthetics.
To add this session to your GSX planner, go here.
About the Speakers:
Randall Romanin, Senior Architect, Security Specialist
Randy is a Senior Architect and Security Specialist with Morrison Hershfield. He has over 32 years’ experience in all aspects of architectural and security system design, construction and project management. Randy has worked on a wide variety of domestic and international projects in both the private and public sectors including embassies, airports, office buildings, high-security buildings, mission critical facilities, schools, and public transportation facilities. He has developed extensive knowledge in site perimeter and building security design, having analyzed and developed upgrades to facilities in Canada and several countries around the world.
Scott Hogan, PSP, Chief, Security Requirements & Project Management Office
Senate of Canada
Scott Hogan is the Chief, Security Requirements and Project Management Office with the Senate of Canada. He has worked in the past for a number of private and public sector organizations including the Canadian House of Commons, De Beers Canada, Canadian Bank Note Company, Tiree Security, Natural Resources Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces. Scott has over 22 years’ experience in the security domain in areas including operational security, military operations, critical infrastructure, strategic & tactical intelligence, information technology and team leadership. Fourteen of those years have specifically concentrated on and provided leadership in security system design, project management, implementation support, infrastructure definition, acceptance testing and security commissioning. Scott is a graduate of Queen’s University and is an ASIS Board-Certified Physical Security Professional.