Troy, MI – December 14, 2011– Security, SDM and smartHOME magazines are pleased to announce iSecurity 2012, which will take place on Thursday, March 8 from 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. EST. This unique virtual event will provide solutions and networking opportunities to industry professionals from around the globe.
The Security Universe at Your Fingertips
Since its’ premier in March 2010, iSecurity has been the leading virtual event in the security industry; bringing together top suppliers, foremost experts and YOU to a shared online environment. Now entering its’ third year and fourth show, iSecurity is back with all new content and even more ways to make connections. This free virtual event is available right from your computer and provides all the benefits of an in-person event. Join the 94% of last year’s attendees that would recommend the event to others.
Previous attendees have said “Can you improve this? I wonder how. This is my first experience and it was fantastic. Thank you for the time and expense savings” and “The show was really quite good and I received a great deal of information, not only from the vendors/sessions but attendees as well, and I look forward to further shows of the same great caliber.”
Security magazine’s Online Events Manager, Sarah Gorajek, said,“iSecurity was the first, and continues to be the leading, security industry virtual event; providing opportunity for attendees to find solutions, for suppliers to connect with customers and for everyone to engage with one another. We have improved upon this event year after year and 2012 will be no exception.”
On March 8 at 10:00 a.m. EST, virtual expo “doors”, including access to the Exhibit Hall, will open to attendees. The extraordinary line-up of exhibitors includes suppliers of security products, access management/control, monitoring services, cyber security and more. Attendees will have the ability to chat with product experts, download product brochures and qualify for giveaways.
LIVE presentations will begin at 10:30am EST, when SDM Editor Laura Stepanek will present Security Channel in 2012: Best Opportunities & Greatest Challenges. Then Preparing a Violence Prevention Plan with New OSHA Approach will start at 12:30pm EST from W. Barry Nixon, Executive Director, National Institute for Prevention of Workplace Violence. Security Publisher Mark McCourt will wrap up at 2:30pm EST with his presentation of the Security 500. Each webinar will include a LIVE Q&A with presenters, so get your seat and ask away!
For the full conference agenda and free registration, direct your browser to www.iSecurityTradeshow.com. Get up-to-the-minute details on what’s happening before, during and after the show by following #iSecurity on Twitter.
About Security Media Group
Security is uniquely focused on solutions for enterprise security leaders. It is designed and written for business-minded executives who manage enterprise risk and security. Security provides management-focused features, opinions and trends for leaders in business, government and institutional sectors in print, in person and online. SDM, the number-one-read publication in the dealer/integrator market, provides management and technical professionals with a comprehensive overview of the security dealer, integrator, distribution and installer marketplace. smartHome is a special SDM publication sent to an exclusive list of dealers, integrators and installers who sell to the home market and brings the entire residential home technology market together for our dealers and installers.
What is a Virtual Event?
A virtual event is a gathering of people sharing a common environment online to create an interactive experience similar to a conventional trade show. Attendees can interact with booth personnel, network with peers, watch video product demonstrations and webinars, and download product catalogs or other documents into their virtual briefcase, just as you would at a conventional trade show. Since virtual trade shows can be attended by the entire team from a single computer, cost of travel, lodging and time away from the office issues are essentially eliminated.
Sarah Gorajek, 248-786-1671, firstname.lastname@example.org