Gallagher Sydney Security Forum Opens March 8.
Gallagher Sydney Security Forum – Gallagher’s Sydney Security Forum is taking place on March 8 at Watersedge at The Rocks in Sydney. Attendees can choose between a morning (9am-1pm) or afternoon (2pm-6pm) session for the chance to learn more about Gallagher’s latest security solutions, exciting new products, and upcoming features on the horizon alongside networking opportunities and live demonstrations.
The Security Forum features presentations from guest speaker, Nick Klein, executive director – digital forensics and incident response at CyberCX, who will be addressing the cyber threat landscape in Australia, the anatomy of a cyber-attack, and how cyber breaches impact physical security.
Gallagher’s national technical manager, Mike Margrain, will highlight what’s next for Gallagher Security with a future technology update; and training solutions engineer, Bennie Pienaar, will present on training offerings and available support through Gallagher’s Care Plan.
Gallagher Sydney Security Forum
The Gallagher Security Forum also includes presentations from technical business development managers, Sam Afzali and Sabrish Venugopal, detailing the latest key features and enhancements from Command Centre v8.80, what to expect from the soon-to-be-released v8.90, a closer look at Gallagher’s powerful new Controller 7000 Single Door (C7000 SD), and the latest enhancements to multi-site security solution, SMB.
The 9am session includes a lunch and live demonstration from members of the New South Wales Sales team, while the 2pm session concludes with drinks and canapes alongside a live demonstration.
Join Gallagher at Watersedge, The Rocks, in Sydney March 8 for the opportunity to network with like-minded people and connect with Gallagher personnel. Registration is free and only open to Gallagher channel partners, end-users, and consultants.
Learn more about the event here read Gallagher Command Centre Review here, or read more SEN news here.
“Gallagher Sydney Security Forum Opens March 8.”