Consultants Show 2020 On-Demand Recording
Recordings from the consultant show are available on-demand at the end of this report.
Consultants presented / pitched themselves to IPVM members. Rather than a 'thought leadership' type generic training, consultants and recruiters will speak about their background, experiences, projects, and approach.
Consultants, Oct 27th
Available for on-demand viewing at the end of this report.
9:30AM: Paul Anderson - The Group Director of 6S Global with notable clients like IBM, DXC, and parts of the London government specializing in finding and fixing gaps in security.
10:00AM: Alfredo Perez, JR. - Principal Owner at Perez Consulting, Alfredo has consulted over major deals in Transportation, Critical Infrastructure, Municipalities & Fortune 500 companies.
10:30AM: Chris Peterson - Co-Founder and President of Vector Firm Chris has helped over 80 companies shift from managing new business to becoming self-sufficient, Chris also teaches the IPVM sales course starting again this January.
11:00AM: Alaa Masry - Previously an engineer with Johnson Controls Alaa is a technology consultant from SA Tech who has designed and implemented a command & control center for emergency response in the Middle East.
11:30AM: Frank Pisciotta- In addition to his 30 years experience as Founder & President of BPS, Frank serves as a Chair for the ASIS Community for Food Defense and Agriculture Security.
12:00PM: René Rieder - René now works for Burns Engineering where he uses his 20 years experience in airport security programs, security management systems, landside threat mitigation, public and employee screening checkpoints.
12:30PM: Michael Khairallah - As a Sr. Systems Consultant at Security Design Solutions- Michael facilitated assessment, and implementation of a $4.2 million project to upgrade 28 schools and 10 administrative buildings in a local school system.
1:00PM: Herbert Ubbens - President of the Paratus Consultants Group and also Board Certified in Security Management (CPP) and Physical Security (PSP) with his 20 years in commercial real estate brings a practitioner's perspective to his clients work.
1:30PM: Aaron Ker - Aaron has managed security programs for the largest private and public developments in the history of the Province of British Columbia.
and Tony Dong - Manager, Enterprise Risk Management was admitted to Columbia University in the City of New York to pursue a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in the Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) program and will graduate 2022.
2:00PM: Bryan Warren - President and Chief Consultant of WarSec Security has created a copyrighted formula for security staffing that levels to better validate FTE requests with the C Suite.
2:30PM: Ron Davis - Owner of Davis Marketing Group, Davis has done hundreds of security acquisition deals over decades and is the author of "The Start of the Deal"
3:00PM: Felix P. Nater - President of Nater Associates, Felix's most recent accomplishment was finishing a Workplace Security / Workplace Violence Prevention and Violence Response turnkey solution for an Atlanta based Fortune 500.
3:30PM: Jake Connors - Managing Director of Utopia Technology Consulting Designed and configured the physical security for the largest battery storage facility in the world.
4:00PM Chris Clarke - President of C Squared Security Consulting & Project Management.
4:30PM Jack Phillps - President PSC Global
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I see my top 3 favorite recruiters in the list. This should be interesting.
as a longtime IPVM member I have seen many wise and learned comments from Mr. Silva over the years.
why no Mr. Silva?
Or the Chandlers, Edmond and Lorna. They could tag team this.
Thanks for the kind words UD#2. I am overloaded with work and turning away projects so didn't think it was appropriate to be promoting myself right now. Maybe next time...
HI UD#2 Mr. Silva was asked and chose not to participate.
Can I use this to get my soon to graduate son a job? SC major at SCU...
UPDATE: Recordings from Day 1 have been posted to the report.
All I have seen is the high fives and fist bumps? Are reviews being censored or is no one replying?
I know there is a covid pandemic but damn....crickets.
I do not want to be the one to troll as an UD but surely our criticism can help each and every presenter hone their skills. If the presenter finds value in simple criticism he/she/they/them can then pass that value onto US.
the presenters in todays show were angling to get new clients in the manufacturer/larger integrator space.
the average IPVM subscriber - at the street level - is not interested in what presenters had to say today.
that's my take anyway.
I missed the live event but began watching the recordings this morning. While the consultant I just watched presented some good strategies and formulas for seeking project funding in large enterprise, his arrogance and demeanor overshadowed the content considerably. Next!
Now that I think about it. This IPVM event is already showing value.
The shows were good. Looking forward to more expertise and philosophy to those that contributed.
I would like to see manufacturer application engineers, software engineers and their technical writers get up on the video stage and nerd out for the rest of us. That would float my boat, even if it were the low hanging fruit products.
You never know, we may find our next Elon Blusk hidden at Dahua writing technical specifications, introverted and unprepared for the world of media until one day...they are pulled out of the cave.