Managing risk under one unified platform results in streamlined communications and response, faster remediation of disruptions, and reduced impact to business continuity. Whether your employees are working from home, in the office, or in a hybrid environment, it’s more important than ever to prioritize resilience via situational and operational intelligence.

Featuring Tracy Reinhold, CSO of Everbridge with over 20 years’ experience in the FBI, and Eric Yunag, VP of Technology and Innovation at Convergint with over 20 years’ experience in security integration, join this conversational panel to learn:

  • How to quickly identify and act on all threat vectors to produce a reduced risk gap

  • Ways to break down siloed response activity for optimal resilience

  • Best practices to build a robust risk platform for success, including analysis of past performance 

  • What to look for in a technology that will facilitate and automate response needs

The Convergence of Digital and Physical Security

Tuesday, February 1st, 2022 | 11:00 AM EST



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Eric Yunag

VP of Technology and Innovation, Convergint

Eric Yunag has over 20 years of diverse business experience in the security integration industry. Eric joined Convergint through the acquisition of his company in 2016 and has held a variety of leadership roles since that time. In his present role as VP of Technology and Innovation, he is responsible for assessing the impact of technology trends and developing strategies for business models, technology partnerships, and solution offerings. During the span of his career, Eric has held leadership positions in operations, business development, and technology.

Tracy Reinhold is Chief Security Officer at Everbridge. He is responsible for advancing Everbridge’s enterprise-level security strategy, as well as working closely with customers and partners to optimize their organizational approach to managing and responding to critical events. Reinhold has served in executive leadership roles in security and incident management for some of the world’s largest brands. As Chief Security Officer at Fannie Mae, a leader in mortgage financing with more than $3 trillion in assets, Reinhold was responsible for designing and managing the company’s enterprise resilience strategy. Prior to his commercial roles in security, Reinhold served as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation for twenty-two years. During this time, he was a member of the Senior Executive Service, served as Associate Executive Assistant Director for National Security, and led the FBI’s intelligence division. Reinhold is a frequent speaker across the industry on topics including Improving Organizational Resilience through Enhanced Security Practices and The Changing Role of the CSO in Today’s Corporate Landscape.

Tracy Reinhold

Chief Security Officer, Everbridge