Bruce blythe Asial

Dates for the 2016 Security Exhibition & Conference have been announced following the most successful event in the show’s 30 year history; one that saw around 6,000 security industry professionals converge over three days at the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre.

ASIAL again hosted a world-class conference program, comprising security experts from around the world. A nod to the event’s 30th anniversary, this year’s theme was ‘Where to next? Future challenges and opportunities for security’.

The insights and expertise of our speakers challenged the readiness of the Australian security industry for a host of threats, both physical and online, and prepared delegates for the future challenges and opportunities that Australia’s changing security landscape will present.

New directions and areas of interest within the security industry were reflected in the conference program, which this year covered cyber, corporate information and social media security.

True to our roots in physical security and electronics, the conference also provided thought leadership on emerging trends within these sectors, ensuring there was something timely and relevant for all who attended.

The conference program was supplemented by a half-day Executive Briefing on Crisis Communications, presented by internationally acclaimed crisis management expert Bruce Blythe, Chair of Crisis Management International.

With first-hand experience dealing with all types of crisis – including /11 (200+ companies), Hurricane Katrina, Oklahoma City Bombing, 1993 World Center Bombing, workplace shootings, fires, earthquakes and reputation scandals – Bruce helped delegates prepare for unexpected.

Once again, the ASIAL Security Gala Dinner was a success. Hundreds attended the event, held at the stunning Regent Theatre on Collins Street. Together we wined, dinned and enjoyed light entertainment, while networking with security industry professionals from around Australia and the world.

The Security Exhibition & Conference returns to Melbourne from 20-22 July 2016. Please save the date and sign up to our newsletter to receive information REGISTER HERE

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