The Healthcare Industry Pursues Expanded Surveillance Technology to Address COVID-19
Surveillance Secure has worked closely with a range of healthcare clients since the onset of COVID19 to consult, design and deploy new and expand the use of existing surveillance and access control security systems. From hospitals to senior living facilities to pharmaceutical companies, all have had to deal with urgent and diverse challenges related to COVID19.
This presentation will discuss how technology previously used primarily for security, was expanded to give clients better operational insight, alerts and shorter response times. We'll cover a range of topics, including touchless access control, thermal cameras, remote nurse monitoring stations and controlling the flow of people entering and leaving facilities.
Date: Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Time: 11am PT / 1pm CT / 2pm ET
- Review some of the steps security leaders can take to reduce and mitigate the threat of domestic terrorism within their organizations.
- Describe the scope of the growing threat of domestic terrorism and extremist groups as it relates to the workplace.
- Implement key staff training programs that sensitize, enlighten and build awareness about the risk and the problem.
- Compare best practices on “hard targeting” your facility to eliminate the “soft target” designation.
Kim Hartman is an accomplished Entrepreneur and Senior Executive with demonstrated success in the surveillance, security, IT, and data storage industries. Leveraging extensive current technical business and enterprise experience, Kim is a valuable asset to companies that are maximizing resources and are looking for next-level expansion within the technology or security sectors. His areas of expertise include strategic planning, technology, cybersecurity, access control, IT systems, analytics, biometrics, and facial recognition software.
Throughout his executive career, Kim has held leadership positions at technology and security companies including Surveillance Secure, Virtual Tech LLC, Worldstor, and Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers. He has been responsible for all aspects of business development at Surveillance Secure and has consistently achieved double digit growth YOY. In addition, Kim oversees HR, customer relations, system implementation, contract negotiations and management including military or government, and vendor management. Since founding the company, he has received numerous industry awards and recognitions. Kim obtained his Bachelor Degree in Computer Systems from Strayer University, and he attained his Masters of Science Computer Systems Management from the University of Maryland University College. Kim also serves on the Board for Surveillance Secure. He is fluent in English, German, and Dutch.