Rob Reiter

Rob Reiter


Reiter and Reiter Consulting

Rob Reiter is a national subject matter expert in both perimeter security and the protection and safety of pedestrians in crowded spaces and retail locations. He is chair of the Security Industry Association’s Perimeter Security Subcommittee, which is writing new guidelines for threat, risk and vulnerability assessments and continues to address issues including hostile vehicle attacks and Mitigation. Reiter is a co-chair of the ASTM F12-10 subcommittee that developed test standards for low-speed safety barriers and, as a full voting member, continues as secretary of the full F12-10 committee, which writes standards for high-speed antiterrorist barriers.

For over 25 years, Reiter has focused his efforts on both high-security and public safety measures to protect people and property from accidental or deliberate vehicle incursions. In 2012, he co-founded the Storefront Safety Council, an advocacy organization focused on tracking and preventing vehicle-into-building crashes.


New Federal Guidelines and Initiatives for Protecting Crowded Spaces

Wednesday, May 22nd

Since 2020, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) have published numerous guides on self-assessment programs and provided to the industry and the public specific guides on such topics as protecting houses of worship, school safety and hostile vehicle mitigation. Speakers will discuss new publications on best practices for the protection of facilities and crowded public spaces released by CISA and DHS and hold an interactive discussion regarding use cases and how solutions providers can integrate new technologies and solutions into their business.