Security 2019 is setting new records, with this year trending to be the most successful in its 34 year history. The event got off to an outstanding start yesterday, but today was even busier! Sydney’s sunny winter weather continued for the second day of the Security Exhibition & Conference as thousands converged at the ICC, […]
Many of the risks facing organisations today come from insiders with privileged access to key assets, but it is possible to transform these individuals from threats to advocates.
Futurist Shara Evans presented at the 2019 ASIAL Security Conference on Security, Privacy and Ethics: Challenges in our Digital Future. View a visual brainstorm of her session on Security, Privacy and Ethics: Challenges in our Digital Future.
In response to strong demand for a platform to discuss common challenges across the industry, the Round Tables are a place for attendees to exchange transferable skills and share ideas with peers in similar positions, facing similar challenges, from different sectors. Download the visual brainstorm generated during the session here.
An effective response to the changing nature of terrorism required unprecedented levels of cooperation and information sharing between police agencies and the private sector, according to a leading British counter intelligence expert.
Security 2019 opened to record numbers today at the International Convention Centre in Sydney’s sunny Darling Harbour. Today at the show Event Manager Melissa Clendinen said the event, now in its 34th year, has continued to grow year on year, signalling growth in the industry and an appetite among security professionals for innovation, education and […]
Guest writer David Smith shares on the role of smart cards in access control.
A number of global security providers have planned their Australian product launches around the Security Exhibition & Conference (24-26 July 2019) at the International Convention Centre in Darling Harbour, Sydney.
Drones have been misused for malicious purposes such as assassination attempts, drug smuggling and illegal surveillance, but what can we do to protect against them?
Deep Dive 11: Our final Deep Dive looks into what the future holds for security in businesses.