Limited second release tickets announced after world-class security conference sells out pre-event again
Due to exceptionally strong demand, a final release of tickets to the world class education program delivered as part of the Security Exhibition & Conference (24-26 July 2019) has been announced.
With less than two weeks until the highly anticipated event at Sydney’s International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour, Lead Industry partner, the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) and sponsor Sensing are urging security professionals to book now to avoid disappointment.
“The security environment in Australia is undergoing a period profound change,” ASIAL CEO Bryan de Caires said.
“This event provides an opportunity for security practitioners to learn about new and emerging threats, as well as the technologies and techniques to best mitigate them. Expect a compelling program of renowned local and international experts, academics and visionaries addressing how to strengthen your capabilities, managing risk, a digital future, emerging technologies and innovations, integration and more.”
International speakers include Nick A, New Scotland Yard, on how the public and private sector are partnering in the United Kingdom to fight terrorism. Mick Willing, NSW Police and Ross McNeill, Victoria Police, will speak in the same vein. Kelly Sundberg, back by popular demand from Canada, will discuss the importance of striking the right balance between risk, security and occupier’s liability.
Local representatives expertise include Nick De Bont from Thales who will advise on how to build a security risk management culture and Kerran Campbell from CCD Alliance Security Consultants who will discuss designing secure buildings.
These are just some of the highlights. Be sure to check out the full program online. Various day passes are available but be quick – you don’t want to miss your spot.
Now in its 34th year, the Security Exhibition & Conference is the largest, most established commercial event for the security industry in Australia. More than 5,500 members of the industry are expected to converge, representing the entire supply chain of manufacturers, distributors, security professionals and end users to connect and create unparalleled business opportunities. Expect unrivalled education and quality networking, alongside a showcase of the most innovative solutions on the market.
Find out more and register now for free exhibition entry.