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In the current economic conditions, security directors are under intense pressure to operate as efficiently as possible and maintain a vigilant focus on the organization’s profitability. Every dollar spent is under scrutiny and security directors are challenged with justifying each security investment. How do you get the attention of the CEO/CFO to justify your security investment? How can your security operations have a greater impact on business productivity? During this webinar, you will hear from an industry expert on ways to elevate your security beyond traditional risk mitigation. You will learn:
New, innovative uses of your security data
Ways to impact business productivity through integration
Areas within your existing infrastructure you can further leverage
Strategies to reduce your capital and operational expenditures
How to justify your security operations through business cases
Join us as we discuss these topics and gain valuable information necessary to help achieve your security objectives.
National Business Development Manager
Siemens Industry, Inc.
Sam Docknevich is a National Business Development Manager for Siemens Industry, Inc., Security Solutions. He has extensive experience in designing, deploying, and supporting comprehensive physical security solutions which integrate the best-of-breed OEM products as well as security products from Siemens. He is responsible for creating, implementing and overseeing Siemens security business strategies and helps ensure that Siemens continues to deliver maximum value to its customers. Prior to joining Siemens, Sam led IBM's physical security systems integration practice. Throughout his career, Sam’s strong IT background and knowledge, which includes networks, servers, storage, business applications, and middleware software, have enabled him to develop and grow businesses that leverage emerging technologies to solve customers’ pressing business problems. Sam earned his B.A. from Brown University. He is a member of ASIS and on the TechSec Conference Advisory Board.