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The Security Exhibition & Conference returns to Melbourne in July

Apr 20, 2016


Tuesday April 19, 2016

Secure your entry, as your event, the Security Exhibition & Conference returns to Melbourne in July.

Registrations are now open to attend the 2016 Security Exhibition & Conference, Australasia’s premier security industry event, which is returning to the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre from July 20 to July 22, following another outstanding event in 2015.  The Security Exhibition & Conference connects a community of leaders and showcases the most innovative solutions to hit the Australian market supporting the future direction of the security industry.

Returning to Melbourne, Security will once again be the ‘must attend’ event, to keep up to date, for all security professionals from installers and integrators to end users and consultants – uniting more than 4,500 attendees with 150 leading suppliers in the security industry, including Honeywell, Dahua Technology, Assa Abloy, Samsung, EVVA, Hikvision and Gallagher.

Security 2016 Event Manager, Alanna Phillips, said, “Held in Sydney for 12 consecutive years, it’s great to remain in Melbourne, for a third year, to consolidate relationships and to nurture business in this market. The event is a three day showcase of the latest business solutions, live demonstrations and a world class conference.”

“Security presents a yearly opportunity to reunite with the best in the industry while discovering and experiencing the latest, cutting edge products and innovations to hit the Australian marketplace from video surveillance, access control, networking and integration, alarm systems, perimeter security and much more,” Ms Phillips said.

Other key features of the 2016 event include:

The ASIAL Conference program

A tailored education experience held across three days for security end-users, the ASIAL conference program features a world class line up of expert speakers who will discuss strategies, present case studies and provide workshops to combat the changing security threats and challenges faced by business, government and the broader community.

Among the speakers already confirmed are:

Caroline Sapriel, Managing Director, CS&A International Risk & Crisis Management (USA)

Professor Keith Still, Director, Crowd Risk Analysis (UK)

Kelly Sundberg, Associate Professor, Mount Royal University (Canada)

View the full program here.


The 2016 Security Gala Dinner

Hosted in partnership with the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL) the annual dinner is held to celebrate, reward and engage security professionals, suppliers and clients from across the country.

Taking place on the first night of the exhibition and conference, at the stunning Plaza Ballroom at the Regents Theatre in Melbourne’s CBD, the Security Gala Dinner is the industry’s ‘must attend’ networking event incorporating a three-course meal, fine wine and great entertainment.

Book your seats here. 


Live Demonstrations

Due to popular demand live demonstrations will offer attendees an interactive and tangible form of visitor experience. The on-stand live demonstrations will feature an exciting and diverse range of cutting edge technologies and equipment, from a host of exhibitors, including interactive software, hardware and simulators. The demonstrations will be conducted at exhibitor booths, by technical product experts, maximising attendees’ knowledge.


Join us for more progressive security innovation, education and industry schmoozing in Melbourne from 20-22 July 2016.

For more information on the ASIAL conference and for bookings please visit: http://securityexpo.wpenginepowered.com/event-features/asial-security-conference/

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




Marketing contact:
Felicity Parker, Diversified Communications
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 03 9261 4628


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