Listen: Solving Pro AV Security is Simpler than it Sounds with Tim Albright of AVNation Media


Securing data. It’s the focus of conversation from Healthcare’s EHRs to Industrial IoT’s smart cities. The Pro AV industry is no stranger to security either, but as the connective power of installations continue to grow and customers demand more capabilities, new security risks present themselves. Whose responsibility is it to make sure installations are safe, easy to use and as well protected against bad actors as possible? The clients? The integrators? The manufacturers? Tim Albright, President of AVNation Media, has a simple answer: “The last person to touch a network is the one most responsible for it.

” He joined us on today’s episode of the Pro AV podcast to chat about his preparation for CEDIA and dig in to the recent struggles with security in Pro AV, including: who’s liable for successful integrations, knowing global regulation differences, and how to simply solve the security issue.

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