This track will feature best practices designed to accelerate your Next Generation 911 transition and help you thrive beyond deployment. Developing, and bringing your NG911 Strategic Plan to life will be explored. Also discussed will be Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and why it's critical to protecting your NG911 system. MCP subject-matter experts will explore what is required to prepare your Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data for NG911, as well as how governance should be approached in an NG911 world. And, several providers will discuss trends in public safety cloud solutions in a panel moderated by MCP subject-matter experts.
This session will discuss what should be included in your NG911 Strategic Plan, and best practices for how to bring it to life after NG911 deployment. This session will feature two prominent statewide directors to highlight the various areas of success their states have witnessed along the way.
This session will investigate the topic of PKI and why it's important to the public safety community. How PKI works will be discussed, as well as how it enables NG911 interoperability. Several PKI subject-matter experts will discuss the PSAP Credentialing Agency and its role in establishing cybersecurity trust in existing environments and how to plan for your integration of the industry's PKI.
This session will touch on GIS's role in NG911 and how local data development is the cornerstone to implementation. The biggest obstacles are not always technical and a path to the successful integration of GIS data will be presented.
This session will explore the varying levels of governance needed to support the NG911 transition. Governance is needed at the agency, regional, state and national level in order to ensure NG911 is smoothly implemented and sustainable results are achieved.
This roundtable discussion will feature several vendors of cloud-based solutions who will discuss their impact on public safety communications. Key trends and factors that organizations should consider in advance of cloud-hosted implementations also will be explored.