The 35th edition of the Security Exhibition & Conference has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic and will next take place from 21 – 23 July 2021, in Sydney at the ICC.
Humanity as a whole is faced with a health threat of unprecedented proportions. We know that today’s global economy combined with unrestrained international travel and increasingly overcrowded metropolises may have contributed to the scale of the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet, just as Covid-19 is a ‘novel’ coronavirus, so we are seeing new technological innovations developed and implemented all around the world to fight the epidemic.
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With the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), the world is changing rapidly. Those changes have given rise to uncertainty and lead to a great deal of civil unrest. The 24/7 media cycle, mass loss of employment and general fears for one’s own safety and wellbeing, are driving normally reasonable people to behave in ways that few would have predicted.
From a Person Who Does it all The Time
After many weeks of monitoring the evolving situation around Coronavirus (COVID-19), talking to the industry and consulting with our partners, we have made the difficult decision that the Security Exhibition & Conference will no longer take place on 22 – 24 July 2020.
At the beginning of the year before the times of COVID-19 we looked into the top trends facing the Security industry for 2020 to see global and national security advancements. These are the findings that we found: 1. Biometrics go Multi-modal The biometrics market is predicted to climb from USD 33.0 billion in 2019 to […]
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