Wiesa News and EventsBelow is a list of recent news related to the Wisconsin Electronic Security Association
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Due to several conflicts for the recipients of the WIESA Annual Awards the date has been changed to Wednesday JUNE 21, 2017.
In addition to the WIESA Annual Meeting & Annual Awards celebration, a speaker has been added to the agenda. The speaker will be Terry Konell from TC Risk Management Services. Terry will be touching on a wide range of highly technical and complex subjects involving risk management and OSHA required compliance training.
Speaker topic: “Risk Management Supports Occupational Health and Safety”
Milwaukee Marroitt West
W231 N1600 Corporate Court
Waukesha, WI 53186 United States + Google Map
Phone: (262) 574.0888
Date: June 21
Time: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm
***Offer Ends May 30, 2017***
Rob Radmer, Electrical Supervisor for the City of Milwaukee will tell us about the newest development on legally doing low-voltage work in the City of Milwaukee and how the changes affect you, our mem-bers.
ESA President, Angela White, will lead us through the many benefits that we enjoy as ESA members and may not even know about, as well as spearheading a SKYPE presentation from John Powter of GDP, ESA’s newest partner.
5:00 – Registration and Social Time begins
5:30 – Dinner Begins
6:00 – Speakers Begin with all allowing plenty of Q&A time
The Doubletree Hotel
18155 W. Bluemound Rd
Brookfield, WI 53045
Need to maintain your license or certification? This training theme is of special relevance to your professional goals and career objectives. Today the alarm association has 24 ceu’s to offer you and the list is a very exciting line up. I am confident your will find value in this training as a worthwhile investment and we would appreciate your involvement.
9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Introduction to Network Video Systems (2 CEU Credits)
In this course we cover the basics of networking for Video Systems including understanding what a network is and how it works from Topology and Routers, to Protocols. We discuss Bandwidth, cameras, encoders and Network Recording devices and Video management Software.
11:30-1:30 p.m. DSC iP/Cellular Fire Communications Technical Overview (2 CEU Credits)
Two Hour Course discussing UL fire communications capabilities through cellular and iP products
1:30-2:30 p.m. Cyber Security (1 CEU Credit)
2:30- 3:30 Wisestream (1 CEU Credit)
3:30 – 5:30 p.m. Basic Access Control-101 w/component TX3 from Mircom (2 CEU Credits)
We would love to hear from you, maybe the next Day of CEU’s will have those course available.
Karen Bartel: 414.459.3260
Your WIESA chapter welcomes you to start off the New Year with a Hibachi dinner and show!
Hibachi is the cooking of meat, vegetable and seafood dishes on a high-heat, metal cooking plate. Under the cooking plate is a wooden or ceramic container ﬁlled with burning charcoal or wood. Hibachi chefs are entertainers and culinary arts experts that wow dinner guests with seemingly impossible coordination, skill, and sometimes humor.
Up to 20 people per table with room to walk around and talk to others.
2503 Plaza Ct.
Waukesha, WI 53086
Cost: $55 per person
Reservation for an over night stay can be made at the below address at our group rate.
Extended Stay America
2520 Plaza Ct. Waukesha, WI 53186
David Askey – CEO of TechNow
David Askey has worked in the field of IT security for over 30 years. Dave received a Computer Science degree at UW-Madison while working for the Computer Science and Mathematics departments. Inspired by net-work technologies that led to the Internet, Mr. Askey was guided by some of the greatest minds at UW. Mr. Askey has instructed developers of ASIMS, which some regard as the earlist IDS. As the industry matured to require Red Teams, Blue Teams and Computer Crime investigators, Mr. Askey stood up TechNow to meet those educational demands. Having taught over 130 courses, Dave’s career has expanded into many technology realms. His instruction ranges at the highest levels of security and technologies.
Patrick Cota – President of Scope 10
Patrick Cota has been involved in marketing and advertising for more than 28 years with over 18 years in Corporate America. In 2008, Mr. Cota left Corporate America to start Scope 10, a nationally recognized web development and marketing agency. A high energy leader with a documented record of success in multiple channels of marketing, he possesses a remarkable ability to bring people together; inspire creativity and motivate them to not only excel in their professional careers but also in their personal lives. An agent for positive change, Mr. Cota provides authentic leadership and communication skills.
Date: November 10, 2016 Time: 5:00 Registration, 5:30 Dinner, 6:00 Speakers
Place: The Clarke Hotel, 314 W. Main St., Waukesha, WI 53186 Cost: $55 per person
Questions: Please contact Karen Bartel 414-459-3260 or Fax: 877-452-5111 or email@example.com