Australia’s longest running Security Exhibition & Conference celebrates its 25th year
September, Australia’s longest running event for security professionals will
celebrate its 25th anniversary. Security 2010 Exhibition & Conference <http://www.securityexpo.com.au/> will run from
September 1 – 3 at the Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre, Darling
Organised by Diversified Exhibitions Australia, Security 2010 features an extensive exhibition and world-class conference program.
The industry’s peak body, the Australian Security Industry Association Limited (ASIAL), is once again supporting this year’s event. Security 2010 will feature the latest security products from around the world, including access control, biometrics, monitoring, alarms and physical security. The exhibition is expected to attract more than 4,500 security industry professionals, with a combined buying power of more than $10 billion.
“Security 2010 is shaping up to be our biggest year yet,” said Group Exhibition Director, Danielle Fischer.
“Over $15 million in business was written by exhibitors in 2009, and the exhibition attendees had a combined buying power of over $10 billion. Our visitors clearly attend the Exhibition to make purchasing decisions and to do business, and with the Exhibition and Conference now in its 25th year, we have an unparalleled record as the security industry’s must-attend event.”
More than eighty companies have already secured their place at Security 2010, including leading brands such as Bosch Security Systems, Hills Industries, Motorola and Sony.
Security 2010 Conference (September 1 – 2)
Running alongside the Security 2010 Exhibition will be Australia’s premier conference for security professionals, held in association with ASIAL. The program will feature an impressive line-up of local and international security experts, including:
- Gillies Crichton - Head of Assurance for Glasgow Airport (UK)
- Professor Martin Gill - Director of Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International, Professor of Criminology (UK)
- Steve Jackson - Head of Security, Qantas Airways Limited
- Paul Maihi - Head of Crisis & Security Management, Westpac
- Graeme Mayne - Country Security Manager, DHL Supply Chain Australia
Mark McCrindle – Social Researcher & Trends Expert
Prior to the Exhibition and Conference, two specialist full day Executive Briefings will be presented by Professor Martin Gill — one of the world’s leading criminologists — who will address the issues of ‘Security Strategy & Management’ and ‘Understanding Crime & Crime Prevention’ on Monday 30 and Tuesday 31 August respectively.
“We have a world-class program of security industry experts,” said ASIAL CEO, Bryan de Caires. “For security industry professionals this is quite simply a must-attend event.”
Full details of the Conference program and Executive Briefings will be released shortly.
About Security 2010 Exhibition and Conference
Security 2010 Exhibition & Conference <http://www.securityexpo.com.au/> is the largest exhibition and conference event created specifically for the Australian security industry. The event, supported by the peak security industry body ASIAL, and other industry associations, delivers an unparalleled opportunity for exhibitors to showcase security solutions, products and services to a highly targeted and influential audience.
About Diversified Exhibitions Australia
Diversified Exhibitions is one of Australia’s largest exhibition organising companies with a portfolio of 30 trade and consumer exhibitions, operating in key industry sectors such as Food, Security, Building, Oil & Gas, Fitness and Retail. Diversified runs exhibitions at premier venues throughout Australia. Its head-office is in Melbourne. Further information: www.divexhibitions.com.au <http://www.divexhibitions.com.au/>