Spying drones and connected cars the newest threats to security

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Hear about key security trends from speakers at Security 2017

Learn how sensitive data can be compromised by technology such as spying drones and connected cars; understand the complexities of airport security; hear how social media and media training can be key in a crisis; or watch a live hack of a mobile device. These are just some of the topics being addressed by speakers at this year’s Security Exhibition & Conference.

This year’s 2017 Security Exhibition & Conference includes an exciting program from ASIAL to help security professionals address their approach to operational challenges and threats, executive briefings, a new product highlights stage and the launch of the new Cyber Security Zone.

The speaker line-up for the 2017 Security Exhibition & Conference includes renowned industry experts Danny Baade, Head of Security at Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation; Neil Campbell, Director of Global Security Solutions at Telstra; and Assistant Commissioner Mark Murdoch, Commander Counter Terrorism & Special Tactics at NSW Police.

Security Exhibition & Conference is Australia’s leading security industry event, which is taking place at the International Convention Centre (ICC) Sydney, in Darling Harbour, from 26-28 July. The event connects a community of leaders and showcases the most innovative solutions to hit the Australian market.

Returning to Sydney, the event unites all security professionals from installers and integrators to end users and consultants with more than 150 leading suppliers in the security industry, including Las Vegas’ ISC West award-winners HID Global, Honeywell, Axis Communications, ASSA ABLOY, Bosch, March Networks, Quantum Corporation and FLIR Systems.

According to Security Exhibition & Conference 2017 event manager, Melissa Clendinen, the high calibre of speakers and innovative solutions featured at this year’s conference has raised the bar of the event considerably.

“We’re excited to be taking the event back to Sydney after three years in Melbourne,” said Clendinen. “Exhibiting space on the floor is almost sold out and with the high quality of the ASIAL program, we’re also expecting another sell out program there as well. This year’s event is definitely one not to be missed.”

Following feedback from the last year’s visiting and exhibiting audience, this year’s event will also see the debut of a Cyber Security Zone designed to meet increased demand for the adoption of solutions to protect data from threat of breach and cyberattacks. The zone features the likes of Sententia, Ncrypt and Kaspersky.

To register to come along to the ASIAL conference please visit: www.securityexpo.com.au/asial-conference/

To register to attend the free exhibition or for details on how to become an exhibitor, visit: www.securityexpo.com.au.

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