Home » The ASG Security Summit & Expo Returns to Seattle on March 8, 2011
Aronson Security Group (ASG) announced that the annual ASG Security Summit & Expo will be returning to Seattle?s Bell Harbor International Conference Center on March 8, 2011. This year will mark the 10th Anniversary of the Summit, a forum where physical and logical security leaders share their insights on emerging trends, benchmark and influence security solutions and network with their peers to improve the strategic value of security in their organization. The Summit will again be host to the “Great Conversation,” an open discussion and learning platform that encourages attendees to interact directly with other attendees, presenters, sponsors and key partners to leverage the largest pool of security industry experience and knowledge currently available.
“Each year the Summit grows bigger and better,” said Phil Aronson, CEO of Aronson Security Group. “Last year, we broadcast the events on our main stage around the world online. This year, we will continue to make the event available globally, but will also be offering virtual breakout sessions, online conversations with our presenters and sponsors and a redesigned online platform so registrants can begin to engage in "The Great Conversation? before, during and after the event itself.”
The Summit will feature main stage presentations by thought leaders in the Security Industry that will address the industry?s emerging trends, key issues and solutions. Additionally, breakout sessions will offer practical case studies where real-world applications guide security executives in implementing solutions based on these ideas.
Security and SDM magazines are the exclusive media sponsors of the event.
Find out more at www.aronsonsecurity.com/summit
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