From improving visitor check-in to enhancing incident reporting, iLobby’s Jeff Gladwish and Jason Roup, Security Technology Manager at BASF, will present an interview-style Q&A session exploring the benefits of digitizing physical security and emergency response procedures. Topics will include how a transition from traditional paper-based systems to digital security technologies can improve overall security, streamline operations and reduce costs. Review firsthand accounts about facilities that have successfully incorporated digital security practices and the resulting benefits.
What You Will Learn
- Review the benefits of digitizing physical security practices
- Discuss ways to digitize emergency mustering, incident reporting and visitor management
- Develop a better understanding of ways to improve overall security and comply with industry standards and regulations
Jeff Gladwish, Chief Revenue Officer, iLobby
Jeff Gladwish is the chief revenue officer at iLobby facility and visitor management. He is responsible for the go-to-market engine that includes sales, business development marketing, customer success and revenue operations. The company was received a Deloitte Fast50 Award, recognizing it as one of the fastest growing companies in Canada. Prior to iLobby, Gladwish worked for both American Express and Dialogue Health Technologies.
Jason Lee Roup, Senior Manager, Security Regulations and Technology, BASF Corporate Security
For more than 20 years, Jason Roup has led security operations for Fortune 500 companies. As a certified information systems security professional (CISSP), he blends his expertise in cybersecurity with years of facility risk assessments to address these two converging threats into world-class mitigation measures and site security plans. Roup is also a veteran, having served eight years in overseas assignments with the U.S. Army Signal Corps.