Lauren Stover, Ray Davalos to keynote TechSec 2013

Technology and vision merge at Miami International Airport
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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

YARMOUTH, Maine—TechSec organizers have announced that Lauren Stover, security director at Miami International Airport, and Ray Davalos, MIA’s building systems director, will deliver a joint keynote address at TechSec 2013.

Now in its ninth year, TechSec brings together integrators, end users, consultants and manufacturers to talk about taking advantage of new and emerging technology to increase your business’s bottom line. The conference will take place Feb. 5-6 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., at the Westin Hotel.

“We’re thrilled to have Lauren Stover, a high-profile security director, and Ray Davalos, an expert on new and emerging technology, coming to TechSec to talk about the work they do together—and what challenges need to be overcome—to deploy the right technology to make a security director’s vision a reality,” said Tim Purpura, group publisher for Security Systems News and Security Director News.

“We’re looking forward to hearing about some of Stover’s key security initiatives—including a nationally acclaimed behavioral recognition program—and the enabling technology behind those programs,” Purpura said.

Stover and Davalos will discuss how they team up to take on challenges involving policy, procedures, budgets and emerging technology platforms to make Miami International Airport safe and secure. Davalos will also discuss MIA's ongoing multimillion-dollar security system upgrade.

With 36,000 employees, 38 million passengers annually and 800 flights a day, MIA is one of the busiest airports in the United States and the gateway to Latin America.

For more information about TechSec 2013 and to register, click here. www.techsecsol.com.