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AVWeek 614: Chocolate Egg Security

Can I Offer You An Egg In This Trying Time?

Hopefully if you are in the US, you are enjoying a wonderful three-day weekend thanks to Memorial Day. However, news knows no such thing as a holiday. That’s why we endeavor to bring you the latest stories from the commercial side of the AV industry. Joining us this week is Director of Product Marketing & Training for Mersive (and co-host of our own Women in AV podcast!) Erica Carroll, President of Franklin DJ & Event Services Willie Franklin and UC Architect for AVI-SPL Chris Fitzsimmons.

InfoComm is coming up in just two weeks! And if you haven’t been aware of what’s coming to the show, we’ve been talking to companies on The Road To InfoComm 2023 every single weekday. According to AVIXA, what’s also coming to the show are many more end users. The organization has widened their education to be more end user focused and show them the capabilities of this industry.

Our next topic concerns zero trust implementation and what is being done in the IT space to work on cybersecurity threats. How could we apply this to the AV side of things? What starts at a look at the use of zero trust in AV applications slowly crumbles into an egg-shaped metaphor. We try to breach that shell and break down what zero trust could mean for our industry.

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