Thousands of security professionals will converge at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney, in Darling Harbour, from 26-28 July for Australia’s premier industry event, the Security Exhibition & Conference 2017. The event connects a community of security leaders and showcases state-of-the art solutions and strategies, enabling Australia to be at the forefront of the security industry.
Organised by Diversified Communications Australia in partnership with the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL), the 32nd annual event will feature an impressive exhibition display, with a leading conference program and Gala Dinner.
Bryan De Caires, CEO at ASIAL, says, “Security Exhibition and Conference 2017 is shaping up to be the must-attend event for security professionals across Australia this year. There will be an outstanding line-up of speakers as well as live demonstrations, featuring an exciting and diverse range of technologies and equipment, from a host of leading suppliers.”
Security 2017 Event Manager, Melissa Clendinen, says, “Having spent three years in Melbourne, it’s great to bring the exhibition back to the buoyant market in Sydney and welcome back names such as HID Global, Seagate, Ness Corporation and FLIR. The event is a three-day showcase of the latest business solutions, live product launches and a first-class conference.”
The free-to-attend exhibition unites the electronic and physical security industries for three days of networking, alongside a showcase of solutions available to the Australian market. This is supported by a paid conference which features both local and international expert speakers, discussing intelligent strategies for security managers to overcome their evolving operational and technical challenges including cyber hacking, terrorism and organisational resilience.
In the evening of 27th July 2017 the industry is also invited to the Gala Dinner, which will recognise achievements from the year in the security industry as well as hosting the Best New Product Awards.
For further information or to register, visit: http://securityexpo.com.au