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A Panel Discussion on Campus Security and Access Control

Panel Discussion on Campus Security and Access Control

Heightened crisis response, COVID-19, technology innovations, specialized facilities and the need for standards and unified systems have made campus security and access control a high priority for colleges and universities everywhere. Our panelists address hot-button issues currently facing higher education.

Panelists:

  • Aliana Steinbugl, Pennsylvania State University 
  • William Goldbach, Yale University 
  • Nelson Olivier, Mississippi State University 
  • Stephen Cornett, University of Kentucky 
Event Chat

Jorrun Liston : Welcome everyone! We are recording this presentation and will post it on naccuTV.

John Ogle : If you have any questions for the panelists, please enter them in the Chat.

Mike Ferguson : Thank you to all the panelists. Very insightful.

Richard Tamborelli RI School of Design : Great information. Thank you all…

Jennifer Carman : For those who have mobile or plan to go to mobile, will you allow contractors to get mobile credential?

Josh Bodnar : Will you still give them a physical credential to wear?

Eric Christensen : Thank you all!

Josh Bodnar : (without access)

Karen Smith (SAIT) : For mobile credential, what credential are you using?

Josh Bodnar : Yup – that’s the kind of case I was looking at. Thanks, Stephen!

Karen Smith (SAIT) : thank you

Andrew Treu : Thank you all!

Amy Surprenant, HID : Great job everyone! 🙂

Megan Hembree – Clemson University : Thank you!

Jennifer Carman : Thanks!

Amy Slaughter : Thank you

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