With a little more than 2 months to go, ISC Solutions, the event for security professionals in the Northeast, has opened its registration page to provide security professionals with a new, interactive conference and tradeshow designed especially for them.
ISC Solutions has expanded the opportunity to identify, source, and purchase new products and services through a New Product Center and New Product and Service Pavilions. These include Tools of the Trade, Business of Security and Security Connections areas. The Tools of the Trade Pavilion will feature the tools used everyday to install a security system. The Business of Security area offers sourcing for the administrative side of Security such as Insurance, Legal, Billing, Marketing, Accounting and labor management services. The Security Connection area is a private environment where security end-users can meet and network with new and prospective specifiers, integrators, dealers and installers. In a pre-vetted, appointment-based setting, end-users can review their services and make business connections.
The ISC Solutions Education Program is designed to allow all attendees to enhance their knowledge and learn from peers and industry thought leaders on the most critical topics affecting today's market. The complimentary education program, taking place on the show floor, was built based on direct feedback from ISC Solutions' attendees. It will offer two days of programming for end-users in various segments.
ISC Solutions is also offering specialty education programs including Integrator Case Studies, presented by PSA Security Network; The Crunch 'n Learn series, presented by SecuritySpecifiers.com and an International Association of Healthcare Security & Safety (IAHSS) Regional Conference. The IAHSS Regional Conference allows healthcare end-users to earn additional credits towards CHPA (Certified Healthcare Protection Administrator) certification.
ISC Solutions is part of Security Week, a grouping of separate, yet interrelated security events that include: Security 500 (Nov. 1, Roosevelt Hotel), a leading executive conference on managing and measuring the value of the security function within organizations; Securing New Ground (Nov. 1-2, Roosevelt Hotel), a conference owned by the Security Industry Association (SIA) that brings together executives, investors and users of security technology and the Security Week GALA (Nov. 2), which honors the achievements and contributions of security industry leaders produced by SIA and the InterPort Police.
Registration is available at www.iscsolutions.com