TODAY is the last chance security professionals in the nation's capital have to pre-register to attend Security and Government Expo and the ASIS Seminars, which open tomorrow at 12 noon.
Security & Government Expo (pre-register here!) brings together security managers, consultants, integrators and installers to see the latest security products and technologies, and to discuss key operational outcomes, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere between 12 midday and 6pm at the Realm Hotel in Canberra!
Security and Government Expo, which is sponsored by SAAB, with lanyard and speaker sponsor being Hills and Genetec, brings together government and commercial end users, consultants, integrators and installers in the nation's capital to see the latest security technologies in your home town.
Leading Industry Partner is ASIS ACT and SAGE incorporates a free seminar run by ASIS ACT, as well as the ASIS Dinner, which will be held at the National Press Club (register here!) and is jointly sponsored by Manteena, SRA Solutions and ASIS ACT.
CAPTAIN Ainsley Morthorpe, director of policing and security and service security adviser – Royal Australian Navy, will speak in the exhibition hall on the topic Developing Physical Security Strategies for the Australian Navy at 4pm.
Exhibitors include many of the industry's best manufacturers and suppliers of security technology: AXXON, Dahua Technology, FSH, EKA, CyberLock, Gunnebo, EVVA, Perimeter Systems Australia, EZI Security Systems, Milestone, Smiths Detection, Honeywell, Axis Communications, SAAB, Telstra, Hikvision, SX, ASSA ABLOY, Geutebruck, Smart Entity, Harcor, Chubb, ISCS, Inner Range, Gallagher, LSC and C.R. Kennedy, Western Digital and Magnetic Automation.
PROGRAMME SAGE ASIS Seminar:
1: 11.00am – 11.30am – Peter Hogan – ATO – Securing a Major Government Department
2: 11.30 – 12.00pm – Representative from T4 – Speaking on the ASIO tech notes and alignment with the PSPF
3: 12.00PM – 12.30PM – David Eddleston – SCEC Security consultant – Overview of Physical and Technical Security Requirements for Government Departments
4: 12.30 – 1.00pm – John Adams of SEN will lead a Panel Discussion on “Protecting Crowded Places – an Operational Perspective”, considering COAG's recommendations and discussing how security technology can be applied in the real world to protect crowded places from terrorist attacks and help them recover from terrorism events.
PROGRAM: SAGE Expo
1: 12.00PM – Registration SAGE 2017 opens
2: 4.00PM – Captain Ainsley Morthorpe – Developing Security Strategies for the Australian Navy
3: 3.30pm – 5.30pm – Complimentary drinks and canapes for visitors.
4: 6.00pm – SAGE 2017 closes.
Attendees wishing to attend the ASIS Dinner at the National Press Club should register here right now – numbers are limited so don't delay or you will miss out!
Security and Government Expo brings together government and commercial end users, consultants, integrators and installers in the nation's capital to see the latest security solutions in a relaxed and informal atmosphere that's all about using the latest security technologies to overcome serious operational challenges we face in an increasingly uncertain and dangerous world.
Register here right now and don't miss this chance to get your team across the latest and most capable security technologies without leaving town! ♦