Education, Exhibits, Networking.
Providing a safe and secure environment becomes more challenging every day, whether in the U.S. or abroad. The need to protect our infrastructure, borders, skies, rails, ports, office buildings, shopping malls, and more will never cease. To manage the speed of change and successfully meet tomorrow's challenges, you need an understanding of the issues, access to the latest technologies, and the ability to implement effective tools and strategies. For 50 years now, the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits continues to be the primary source of security information and expertise. Come with us as we launch our 50th anniversary celebration and unlock the door to the future.
You'll find everything you need at ASIS International 2004:
* Stimulating educational sessions--135 in all--will expose you to the security topics and emerging issues that are changing our industry daily.
* An exhibit floor packed with more than 800 exhibitors in some 2,100 booths displaying the products and services that help keep us secure.
* A thought-provoking keynote presentation by Rudy Giuliani on Wednesday, September 29.
* A special Focus on Homeland Security highlights everything the Seminar offers on this important issue--whether you work for the DHS or have responsibility or interest in this area.
* Access to high-level corporate executives and government and military officials.
* Innovative strategies and solutions help you meet the challenges of a world under heightened alert.
Planning to attend only the exhibits? You can add Tuesday's and/or Wednesday's keynote presentation(s) for a nominal fee. I encourage you to take advantage of this exciting opportunity to hear thought-provoking commentary from security visionaries.
Education. Exhibits. Networking. You'll find it all right here in Dallas, September 27-30. I look forward to seeing you at the most comprehensive education and networking event of the year.
RELATED ARTICLE: Who Should Attend
* Security directors and managers
* Homeland security professionals
* CEOs, presidents, and VPs of critical infrastructure businesses
* Government/military personnel with security responsibilities
* Law enforcement professionals
* Security consultants
* Facility managers
* Professionals responsible for security operations
Shirley A. Pierini, CPP
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|Author:||Pierini, Shirley A.|
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