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A New Era in Campus Safety: Innovating to Meet Tomorrow's Landscape

A New Era in Campus Safety:  Innovating to Meet Tomorrow’s Landscape

Colleges and universities have entered a new era. As schools continue to prepare for the future – including student and staff health, safety and security – the ability to quickly pivot is mandatory. How can campuses address the range of threats that could disrupt ongoing service delivery, now and in the future? Join Tim Nyblom and Taylor Breihan for best practices in how to plan, respond and deliver on programs that enable:

  • Rapid innovation to meet the unprecedented challenges campuses are facing now
  • Automated processes that support and reinforce safety guidelines
  • Baked in compliance, security and business continuity, today and in the future

Facilitators:
Tim Nyblom, HID Global
Taylor Breihan, HID Global

As the only association that specializes in the campus identification and transaction industry serving the national and international campus card community, NACCU is dedicated to high quality educational programs, resources, services, and tools. The NACCU community offers its members networking, partnerships, leveraging technology, problem-solving, insight sharing, and professional development.

NACCU membership is open to all colleges, universities, secondary institutions and companies that are involved with the campus card market. Learn more and join the community at https://www.naccu.org 

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