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- Information Release - 30th January 2009
Maximising Protection in Uncertain Times
IFSEC 2009 has announced a high-level three-day conference programme covering the most cutting-edge issues in the security industry today. Following its successful launch in 2008, the IFSEC Conference returns in 2009 with even more content and industry leading speakers to ensure visitors have the opportunity to address all their key security challenges.
The IFSEC Conference will run alongside the IFSEC Exhibition when it takes place at the NEC Birmingham from 11 14 May 2009. The internationally renowned exhibition provides security installers, manufacturers, distributors, IT integrators, security managers and consultants with a platform to keep up to date with the ever-changing developments of the global security industry.
Each day of the conference will be dedicated to a specific area of security and will be chaired by an industry leading figure. Day 1 will look at Global, National and Local Protection and will focus on issues such as maintaining business resilience and continuity, the latest security intelligence and security strategies and planning procedures of Critical National Infrastructure. This day will be chaired by David Kidd, Regional Security Manager at the US Embassy.
Day 2 of the conference programme will concentrate on Corporate Security Management and will look at issues such as the threats of e-crime and online fraud, security managers overcoming increasing financial restritions to maintain a secure environment and the dynamics of employee security. This day will be overseen by Bill Wylie, Chairman of the Security Institute.
Finally, day 3 will explore Technological Innovations in Practice and will concentrate on various issues including the advantages of interoperability of security systems, the pitfalls and challenges associated with IP implementation and the future of security systems. Alex Carmichael, Technical and Membership Services Director of the British Security Industry Association (BSIA), will be chairing the final day.
In total, 27 expert speakers will present sessions over the three days including:
Stephen Cooper, Head of Security, Olympic Delivery Authority
Delegates will be invited to use the events pick and mix agenda to ensure they are able to attend the sessions of greatest interest.
James Blue, Director of Fire & Security at UBM Live, organisers of IFSEC, comments: Following our experience last year and through extensive research, we have been able to deliver a more comprehensive conference schedule this time round. Having secured a number of internationally renowned industry names, we are in no doubt that delegates will be benefiting from the finest expertise the security industry has to offer. The conference will deal with the issues facing security professionals, engaging them in debate about important matters facing the profession over the coming years and presents yet another reason for people to visit IFSEC in May.
Each module costs £99+VAT and discounts are available when booking multiple modules. For further information on the conference programme please contact Chris Clarke on +44 (0)20 7560 4134 or visit the event website.
IFSEC 2009, the worlds largest annual security event, is co-located with The Facilities Show, Fire & Rescue, International Firex and Safety & Health Expo at NEC Birmingham and will take place from 11-14 May 2009.
Companies interested in exhibiting at IFSEC 2009 should contact Charlie Cracknell on +44(0)20 7921 8069. For further information on the event, the conference and its exhibitors please visit http://www.ifsec.co.uk
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