Webinar to Discuss Future-Proofing K–12 Security Plans

Campus Security & Life Safety will host a webinar at 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, April 28, called “Future-Proofing your K-12 Electronic Security Roadmap: A Guide to Planning with Confidence and Avoiding a Train Wreck.” Registration for the event is free and currently open, and attendees will also have a chance to win a $250 VISA gift card.

The speaker, Will Duke, serves as the CEO of 3Sixty Integrated, a security systems integrator specializing in the design, installation and support of electronic security systems. Duke has almost 20 years of experience in the electronic security industry and has worked on thousands of enterprise-level deployments in the education industry.

According to the event’s official description:

Plans tend to fail without a clear understanding of where you are now and where you want to go. The same holds true when making decisions about your electronic security system if you aren’t thinking long-term. In this webinar, we’ll explore how most K-12 security plans fall short of expectations and lead to painful train wrecks that sacrifice the safety and security of students, teachers, staff and families.

Join us to learn the top three train wrecks to avoid and how to confidently plan for new technology and/or system upgrades while getting the most out of your security budget. We’ll take you through a simple, yet comprehensive, security framework that will help you navigate different factors that can impact the effectiveness and longevity of your security infrastructure.

Date: Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Time: 2:00 p.m. ET / 1:00 p.m. CT / 11:00 a.m. PT

Registration: Open

About the Author

Matt Jones is senior editor of Spaces4Learning and Campus Security and Life Safety. He can be reached at MJones@1105media.com

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