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Tomball, Texas – March 6, 2014 - Benjamin M. Butchko was one of the speakers that addressed the 2014 leadership event, The Great Conversation in Seattle, WA. Butchko shared his experiences and approach on the selection and application of access control and video in two of the breakouts. According to Ron Worman, Managing Director of The Sage Group, which produces The Great Conversation program, “Butchko is recognized throughout the security executive and consulting community as a best practices leader.
Butchko spoke at the first breakout session called: Why Compromise with Your Video? It explored the transformation of video from a niche surveillance application to a mission critical aspect of business and security systems.
He then spoke about Integration Utopia: Managing Security instead of Managing Security Systems, at the second afternoon breakout. Butchko's communication included integrating security systems using customization techniques and how executives needed to be aware of the nuances before they moved too quickly.
The Great Conversation was focused on the strategic and the practical. Butcko not only contributed to the event but took with him increased understanding of security breakthroughs and challenges, as he looks forward to the next Great Conversation.