Tuesday, May 16, 2017 | 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
Presented by Convergint Technologies, HID, & Genetec
Join industry leaders in an open discussion of the Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) Final Reader Rule and how facilities can meet compliance standards before the 2021 deadline.
During this briefing, we will discuss:
- The TWIC Reader Rule & its evolution
- Various TWIC reader models & available options
- Integration of TWIC reads with PACS
- Site planning (wiring & hardware) plus budgeting
- And, define next steps while waiting for USCG recommendations
Take advantage of this opportunity to discuss the latest details alongside Convergint’s security experts.
The TWIC Final Reader Rule was released August 23, 2016 and full compliance is required likely by 2021.
There many nuances to the 63-page TWIC Final Reader Rule, and with each affected site being extremely unique, a full understanding of the FSP, the TWIC Defined Area, and possible modifications to each may avert substantial costs associated with simply installing electronics to meet this regulation.
We suggest you engage an entity following this regulation closely for further mitigation. Convergint designs, implements, and services integrated electronic security systems that adhere to such regulatory mandates.