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ISC East announces Greg Ehrie as first keynote speaker for 2023 conference

ISC East announces Greg Ehrie as first keynote speaker for 2023 conference Ehrie, chief security officer for the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, to headline keynote speaker series

ISC East announces Greg Ehrie as first keynote speaker for 2023 conference

NORWALK, Conn.—ISC East, one of the Northeast’s leading security and public safety events built by RX Global, announced that Greg Ehrie, chief security officer for the Woir, will kick off the Keynote Series on Wednesday, Nov. 15, in New York City.

Ehrie’s presentation, “The Evolving Threat Landscape: Protecting New York and New Jersey’s Critical Transportation Assets,” is open to all badge holders at ISC East, which takes place Nov. 14-16 at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

Greg Ehrie“With his expertise in implementing security strategies into transportation systems, we are excited to welcome Greg Ehrie as our first keynote speaker at ISC East this year,” said ISC Event Vice President Mary Beth Shaughnessy. “Through his insights, security novices and professionals alike will learn how an expansive and multifaceted organization like the Port Authority prioritizes security to protect all its stakeholders. The audience will walk away from his presentation with a better understanding of the local infrastructure they use every day and the steps taken to ensure their security at all levels.”

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey oversees regional transportation infrastructure across the two states. Every day, the Port Authority must leverage the latest innovations in security technologies to operate its systems with the utmost safety and efficiency.

Ehrie’s presentation will shed light on the evolving threat landscape and how the Port Authority implements a risk-based, multilayer security approach to protect its employees, customers, and critical transportation assets, including airports, bridges, tunnels, bus terminals, ports and the 16-acre World Trade Center complex.

“The security industry gathers each year at ISC East not only to explore a wide variety of technology solutions on the show floor, but also to unlock expert insights on the most current business trends and latest developments impacting the industry,” said SIA CEO Don Erickson. “In this year’s expanded three-day ISC East conference program, impactful keynote sessions featuring leaders like Greg Ehrie, combined with more than 30 compelling SIA Education@ISC sessions, will deliver an exceptional content program for ISC East 2023.”

The ASIS NYC Chapter Person of the Year Lunch will also be held at ISC East again. This prestigious gala luncheon will lead off with featured speaker, Thomas H. Kean, the former governor of New Jersey and former chair of the 9/11 Commission, on Nov. 15 at 12 p.m.

The ASIS NYC Chapter will present the Person of the Year Award to Mary Fetchet for her impactful work in the New York City community through her continuous support of the victims and families affected by 9/11. Fetchet co-founded the nonprofit organization Voices Center for Resilience (VOICES) in 2002 to address the ongoing needs of 9/11 victims and their families. For over 20 years, she has helped foster resilience and healing through VOICES by offering community support services, mental health resources, educational programs and more.

“I am honored to be part of ISC East 2023 and the ASIS NYC Person of the Year luncheon. As the chairman of the New York City ASIS Chapter, I am privileged to be involved in an event that brings together security professionals from various industries to share knowledge and expertise. This event serves as a platform for networking, learning, and recognizing outstanding individuals in our field,” said New York City ASIS Chapter Chairman Brian H. Reich, CPP. “I look forward to the opportunity to engage with industry leaders and contribute to the advancement of security practices in New York City.”

ISC East will announce additional keynote speakers in the coming weeks.

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