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Wade Pinnell

  Vice President, Protective Services Group

  Huffmaster Crisis Response, LLC

  Speaker Bio

Mr. Pinnell has over 31years of experience in Security. The majority of his career has been spent with Huffmaster, a National Crisis and Premium Security provider.

He began with Huffmaster as a summer job between college semesters. Following his tour in the United States Marine Corps, predominantly as an Intelligence Analyst, Mr. Pinnell returned to Huffmaster. Over the past 21years, he has held numerous positions within Huffmaster. He is currently the Vice President of the Protective Services Group where he oversees the VirSEC•"Virtual Security Services as well as Training, Consulting, Unformed Security and Investigative services.

Mr. Pinnell is a frequent speaker throughout the industry and is a recognized expert in Vulnerability Assessments,   co-authoring the Chlorine Institute's SVA, as well as pilots with DHS for the Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism

Standards (CFATS). Mr. Pinnell sets on the Anti-Terrorism Advisory Council for SE Michigan a past Chairman of the ASIS Detroit Chapter and past council member for the ASIS National Council on Business Practices.


         The Virtual Security Officer: The Ultimate Application of Technology


Remote Monitoring has teased the security industry for decades. Its concepts aren't new, but advancements in technology, the low cost of Internet connectivity and our challenged economy create the "perfect storm" for virtual security. From traditional applications, such as alarm validation, to complex protocols used to comply with chemical facility regulations, the Virtual Security Officer is here to stay. This session provides an overview of the technologies and services available. Attendees will learn how to qualify vendors, develop budgets and integrate virtual officers into their security

programs. An expert panel presents operational and technology perspectives, including those of an end

-user currently using virtual security officers.

learning Objectives:

1. Identify potential uses for virtual security officers

2. Determine what technology is required to support a virtual security officer

3. Outline the advantages and drawbacks of using a virtual security officer


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