How to Bridge Gaps in Event Security with an Interoperable Communications Plan

Thursday, September 26, 2019

11:00AM - 12:00PM EDT


About the webinar

Festivals, concerts, and sporting events require constant partnership between public safety agencies and private security organizations. Far too often, we’ve seen how a lack of reliable and interoperable communication between agency partners has resulted in greater tragedy during unplanned emergencies. In this webinar, you will learn how to build a multi-agency communications plan for your next planned event, as well as how to conduct training exercises to strengthen your agency’s readiness with new and existing technologies.


Cale Teeter-Gregg, Director of Public Safety at goTenna

With over 20 years of experience in homeland security and public safety, Cale is driving the adoption of goTenna’s innovative, military-grade mesh networking capabilities at federal civilian as well as state and local agencies. Previously, Cale served as the Senior Strategic Homeland Security Planner for the Brazos Valley Region in Texas, where he wrote regional emergency communications, mitigation, and response plans and managed six federally declared disasters.

Cale holds two master’s degrees; one in Homeland Security with an emphasis on Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection from the Naval Postgraduate School, and another in Biology with an emphasis on Bio-Warfare from Texas Tech University. He is also a graduate of the Department of Homeland Security National Emergency Management Advanced Leaders Academy.