It’s a vast world out there in retail. The complexities of asset protection, the Internet of Things, and business functions are endless. There are numerous options for intelligent surveillance solutions to manage this, but finding what works best for you is no easy task.
Join us and other retail experts for two days in the Mile High City of Denver, CO. We’ll learn about and discuss topics that matter to you – advances in IP technologies, trends in security, and the future of retail surveillance.
Network with your peers, share your experiences, and learn the ins-and-outs of finding the right solution!
*Exclusive for retailers*
This forum is exclusive for retailers to create a confidential environment for you to feel comfortable discussing your experiences, challenges, and needs. The agenda is developed by our Retail Leaders Advisory Board, comprised of fellow retailers, ensuring that the topics are relevant and focused on your needs.
We highly encourage all input and suggestions, as we hope to learn just as much from you as you do from us! The forum is exclusive for all retailers, not just Axis end customers.
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Axis Retail Leadership Forum announces guest speaker on video forensics
One of the main functions for IP surveillance technologies is to provide hard evidence of an incident, or even lack of incident for false claims. It is important to understand the forensic details necessary for video data to be suitable for law enforcement and legal cases.
Axis is pleased to welcome Miles Brissette, Attorney at Law as the subject matter expert on video forensics to discuss the essentials retailers need to know and answer any of your questions. Miles is a senior criminal trial attorney based in Fort Worth, Texas. He became a principle in the Law Offices of Gill & Brissette in 2015, after nearly two decades in the Tarrant County, Texas Criminal District Attorney’s Office.
Miles has developed a widely recognized expertise using technology to dissect the most complex litigation and discovery intensive cases. His work on the national level to establish standards for law enforcement in-car and interrogation room video continues today. He also is a member of the Texas Supreme Court’s Judicial Committee on Information Technology (JCIT). Miles recently co-founded 3rd Chair Digital Forensics LLC to provide businesses and private attorneys access to forensic processing, review and analysis of digital multimedia evidence at a level previously available only to government attorneys.
All retailers are invited to the forum in Denver, August 8-10. Secure your spot to hear from Miles while space is still available at www.axis.com/retailforum.