AGM, guest speakers, and Sundowner. Tim Grime and Wayne Gass will speak about Biometric Technology - What to know as a business before taking the plunge.

Event Dates: 29-Nov-2018 to 29-Nov-2018

Commencing at: 1600

Duration: 2 hours

Costs: free to members

 

Dear ASIS WA Chapter Members,

All ASIS WA members are invited to attend the 2018 ASIS WA Annual General Meeting and receive reports about your Chapter's activity and achievements throughout 2018.

The Annual General Meeting event will be held on Thursday the 29th of November 16:00-17:00 at Crown Towers Meeting Room 3 and will be followed by a Sundowner at no cost for Chapter members.

Please register your attendance using this Sicky Tickets link.

This year’s AGM will follow a presentation by biometrics experts, Tim Grime and Wayne Gass, commencing at 16:00.  Topic:  Biometric Technology - What to know as a business before taking the plunge.

The AGM provides an opportunity to contribute and become involved in future activities through Committee nomination. If you are interested in giving back to your profession, the ASIS WA Chapter always is looking for talented and committed volunteers to be part of the Executive Committee. Take advantage of the effective, challenging, and rewarding volunteer avenues ASIS International can offer.

The AGM traditionally provides a great networking opportunity and discussions about ASIS International, professional development and local activity for security leaders.

Making a difference is a primary objective of the ASIS WA Cha pter and security leaders can effectively contribute by participating in discussions on a variety of security-related issues and topics.

Kind regards,

Dr Kevin Sahba

Chairman, WA Chapter

 

Guest Speakers:

Topic: Biometric Technology - What to know as a business before taking the plunge.

 

Time Grime

    

 

Tim is a technology enthusiast in the areas of analytic technology, biometrics and smart integration. He is qualified as a Security Consultant and has delivered several major industrial projects through Canada, India and Africa region before returning to Australia to work.

He has worked with corporations to view security as a business enabling group that is well integrated into their goals. Key areas of TMG security support include business intelligence (BI), metadata, analytics, biometrics and proactive security technology.

 

Wayne Gass

 


 

Wayne has been operating as a licensed security consultant with Jacobs for over 10 years.  During this time, he has had extensive exposure in a wide range of markets including Health Care, Tertiary, Correctional, Judicial and Commercial Facilities and comprehensive exposure to Industrial Facility projects both nationally and abroad.

Wayne has been responsible for the security services design and delivery on iconic projects such as Fiona Stanley Hospital, the Cathedral Square Precinct including the State Administrative Tribunal and Supreme Court and the Woodside Headquarters Project.

 

He has been involved in the design and delivery of fully biometric card-less access control systems and understands both the technical and non-technical considerations for their successful implementation.

 

Wayne has recently returned from a series of presentations in Australia and New Zealand on behalf of the Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers presenting on the topic of Cyber Security in a Smart Building.


 

 

Register here: https://www.stickytickets.com.au/78545/asis_wa_agm__sundowner.aspx