Editor’s Note: This webinar was originally recorded on October 11, 2016, and released publicly 90 days after the event.
Recent events have placed body-worn cameras (BWCs) for law enforcement officers in the news and at the forefront of many people’s consciousness— for good reason. With the influx of this technology, many are asking: what to do with all this body-worn camera data?
During this webinar, experts discuss the real issues and challenges agencies are facing beyond just buying and using BWCs. Departments and agencies across the country are struggling with the long term archiving and encryption of video data from these devices and figuring out how to store and manage it in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.
Key takeaways include:
- Questions to ask before your department invests in body-worn cameras
- How to maximize on available grants to fund body-worn camera programs
- How to successfully deploy a body-worn camera program with the right technology to support it
This webinar was brought to you by NetApp.
Speakers (biographies current as of webcast date):
Ryan Strecker, Systems Engineer, City of Rochester
Ryan is the Systems Engineer for the City of Rochester’s Government Administration. Ryan has been working for the City of Rochester since 2010 and is experienced in computer security, enterprise architecture, and bwcs.
Brent Edmunds, President & Co-Founder, Stone Security
Brent Edmunds is President & Co-Founder of Stone Security, a provider of professional, enterprise class, physical security products and services, with particular expertise in video surveillance, access control and intrusion protection. Prior to co-founding Stone Security Brent served as Special Agent for the United States Secret Service and brings unique insight and practical experience to understanding security concerns at all levels.
Ted Hayduk, Consulting Solution Architect, NetApp
Ted Hayduk is a global consulting solution architect specializing in video surveillance for the E-Series 3rd Platform solution architecture team. Ted provides architecture and systems design for the worldwide Netapp team, our partners and clients.
Wyatt Kash, VP – Content Strategy, Scoop News Group
Wyatt Kash is an accomplished business media executive and award-winning editor and journalist who has been following government IT trends for the past decade in senior leadership roles at InformationWeek Government, AOL Government, Government Computer News and Defense Systems. He joined Scoop News Group in June 2014, as Vice President of Content Strategy, where he heads up the company’s content strategy and editorial product development.