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Wednesday, March 21 • 10:15am - 11:00am
Sound Masking for Privacy and Focus LIMITED

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Sound Masking & Speech Privacy
Why, When, and How to plan a system
Overheard conversations in the work environment are a primary source of employee dissatisfaction, employer productivity concerns, and overall security risks that include a potential increase in regulatory and financial liability.  And while there isn’t a convenient password or encryption system available for the human voice, there is still a technological solution available to the modern workspace.

Sound Masking as an office technology has been around for more than half a century, but may be new to the departments and personnel tasked with the planning, purchasing, and management of these systems.

This presentation sheds light on the topic of sound masking as an information technology by outlining basic acoustic principals which determine the level of distraction created by unwanted conversation, examines goals for confidentiality, and defines criteria for an effective sound masking system.  Goals:


  • Learn about the importance of acoustic privacy & audible information security
  • Identify principles involved in good acoustic technology design and speech privacy
  • Understand what speech privacy is and how it can be quantified
  • How to plan & implement the right masking system for your space

Speakers
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Jeremy Krug

Field Engineer, Cambridge Sound Management
Jeremy has nearly 20 years of experience as a professional audio engineer and has been listening carefully to the world around him for much longer than that.  He studied Music Performance at The Harid Conservatory and CU-Boulder, and also studied Audio Engineering at the CU-Denver... Read More →


Wednesday March 21, 2018 10:15am - 11:00am
Fort Douglas

Attendees (17)