Payments Summit 2020

For 2020, U.S. Payments Forum and the Secure Technology Alliance and are collaborating together to make this the best event yet. The Payments Summit and the U.S. Payments Forum All-Member Meeting will co-locate in Salt Lake City, which results in the most comprehensive gathering of card and payments professionals ever.

Data Connectors Salt Lake City Tech-Security

The Salt Lake City Cyber Security Conference features 40-60 vendor exhibits and 8-12 educational speaker sessions discussing current cyber-security issues such as cloud security, email security, VoIP, LAN security, wireless security & more. We give away numerous prizes including cash and gift cards up to $100, the latest tech gadgets and much more! You’ll come […]

HackWest (BSides Salt Lake City)

BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members. The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation

SAINTCON Security Conference (CFP UT, United States)

SAINTCON is the premiere cyber security conference of the intermountain-west. The conference is presented by Jup1t3r and the UtahSAINT Organization. Originally designed to provide security training to Utah based public entities. Today the conference has grown into a large gathering of security professionals, students, and interested individuals. From security to community, we focus on working […]

BSides Salt Lake City

BSides is a community-driven framework for building events for and by information security community members. The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation.

Evidence Lost? Utah Law No Help When Video Or Audio Not Saved

If a government agency loses a document or video that you need to help prove your case in court, you’re just out of luck. In several recent Northern Utah cases, data wanted as evidence in criminal or civil cases could not be produced by the agencies responsible. And watchers of government records access issues say there’s simply no recourse for anyone burned by the loss of records.

IML Expo – Utah 2016

Intermountain Lock & Security’s Salt Lake City Expo, one of 5 throughout the year, will include two full days of classes, followed by Expo. Location is the Sheraton Downtown.

To Everyone Vying for Body Cams on All Police Officers

There is something you desperately need to remember to demand and that is a proper policy defining when a police officer must turn on their body worn camera. A lot of people don’t realize that body cams are being introduced without actual policies saying when they have to be used. They’re not constantly recording like dash cams or security cameras – they are only turned on when the police officer decides to turn it on.

Californians Overwhelmingly Support Use Of License Plate Readers, New Survey Finds

The majority of Californians agree that license plate reader (LPR)technology helps law enforcement solve crimes and any restrictions on who can photograph license plates would be unacceptable, according to a new poll conducted by Zogby Analytics and commissioned by Vigilant Solutions. The poll of 800 California residents, conducted during the first week in April, showed […]

Utah Schools Run Lockdown Drills, A Year After Sandy Hook

Since the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Conn., one year ago, local school districts have been making changes and improvements to ensure student safety.   Soon after the shooting, the Ogden School District, Weber School District and Davis School District started to examine safety procedures. Each district changed and fine-tuned procedures.   "It’s natural to reflect on our own security and what can be done," Weber School District spokesman Nate Taggart said. Officials in the Davis and Weber districts said they looked at better ways to work with the several police departments in their districts. District officials sat down with officers from each police jurisdiction to come up with some standard protocols.  "When you are dealing with children that can’t defend themselves in chaos, consistency is key to preserving the safety of our kids," said Kaysville Police Chief Sol Oberg.  Leaders in the Weber and Ogden school districts also looked to parents for help and input.  The Davis School District recently held a mock disaster drill, and Ogden School District safety administrator Zac Williams said a mock disaster drill is possibly on the horizon for his district.    Davis School District Fairfield Junior High School in Kaysville came to a standstill Wednesday afternoon after an announcement came over the intercom that the school was in the midst of a lockdown. (It was, of course, only a drill.)  Several minutes passed before 11 police officers from Kaysville, Layton and Syracuse, along with three K-9 dogs, began checking locked […]