Bill Reese, Director, Product Marketing and Daniel Bloodworth, Director of Emerging TechnologiesDownload Now!
There have been multiple instances where cyber-attacks have had impacts on physical security, from suspected Chinese hackers targeting electricity grid operators in India to unknown hackers attempting to raise levels of sodium hydroxide in the water supply of Oldsmar, Florida. In the last 2 years, US FBI has reported a 300% increase in reported cybercrimes as hackers leverage the opportunity to attack vulnerable home networks and leverage communications related to Covid-19 as bait.
Watch now to learn how to integrate your cybersecurity practices with physical security practices.
- A holistic view of security practices
- Orchestrating cross-functional teams to streamline the response to incidents
- Importance of stakeholder communications
About the speaker
Employed at Everbridge for the past four years, Bill has been in the IT Industry for over 25 years with a focus on IT processes and good practice. Over the past 15 of those years, he has spent time specifically helping government departments and agencies, higher education, and commercial customers focus on process improvement through automation. These areas include critical events with digital incidents and cybersecurity processes and solutions. In his off time, Bill enjoys teaching others Wilderness Medicine and Skills in austere environments. He also spends time outdoors at his home in the Rocky Mountains of Montana with his wife and two dogs.
Daniel Bloodworth is Director of Emerging Technologies at Everbridge. He operates at the intersection of business and technology, advancing the role of IoT in Everbridge’s Critical Event Management strategy. Daniel is a seasoned security products thought leader and practitioner, having designed and delivered mission-critical security integration projects for over 10 years. Daniel is responsible for evolving our IoT products and strategic alliances to best serve our customers.