The Total Security Summit is a dynamic two-day event specifically targeted at Security Professionals across all sectors. The summit is set up to facilitate focused discussions between you and vendors who will walk you through the latest technologies and innovative solutions to meet your business’s security needs.
Our next Total Security Summit will take place in Austin, Texas on October 4 and 5, 2019. The event is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to gain a security management edge at your company and in your career.
Now more than ever, you need to be sourcing security services, products and solution providers that offer the best value for your money. We can help you find them quickly and efficiently.
98% of our delegates say that our events are “an easier, more efficient way to find out about potential service providers than any exhibition.” Here’s why …
The Total Security Summit is specifically organized for VPs, Directors, and Managers of Security who are directly concerned with their facility’s security and safety operations.
Like all our Forum Events, the Summit is tailored to meet your requirements, is complimentary, and is limited to just 50 places to ensure you receive our personal attention. Here are some of the main benefits of attending:
- Free workshops.
- Free meals and refreshments.
- Unparalleled networking opportunities.
- A relaxed business-like environment.
- Luxury venue, and hotel accommodations are included.
- It’s an event where you decide who you meet, creating a professional, time-saving way to find product, service, and solution providers.
- We provide a ‘no hassle, no hard sell’ environment.
- With only 50 attendees, you are assured personalized, focused discussions.
The Total Security Summit offers you an efficient and stress-free way to see what’s new in the industry, and make profitable connections and partnerships.
Here are two examples of workshops you can attend at the upcoming Total Security Summit:
The Puppy Movement: Hiding Security in Plain Sight
Presented by Presented by Doug Haines, MPSE. Owner – Haines Security Solutions
Criminal activities, including terrorism, have changed over the course of the last few years. It has gone from the brazen “big ticket” attack to the lesser “smaller softer targets”. Great strides have been made in electronic technologies but it’s not enough to be able to identify past perpetrators through facial recognition in the public space. Additionally, some law enforcement agencies are receiving push-back from their communities on the use of surveillance systems and its broad collection of data. These new technologies cause privacy concerns. Recent research shows that almost all electronic data is never used. It’s collected, stored and eventually thrown away. Shouldn’t we be using technologies that don’t contribute to this waste? This session explores “soft security engineering” or in other words using non-electronic technologies to assist in the deterrence and prevention of crime and goes beyond Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) concepts.
Low Energy Operators, Exit Devices and Exit Alarms
Presented by Tim Shafer – Marketing Manager, Detex Corporation
This informative course will cover:
- When and where to specify.
- Understanding requirements of the application.
- What products to use that will give the best value and provide a correct and complete installation.
- What will be needed for the designated installation location.
- Recognition of possible installation problems and what will be needed to overcome these problems.
- The installation and usage of all other support equipment that may be required such as electrified panic hardware, wireless push button, etc…
For More Information
Please contact us for more information:
Rob Muise, Event Manager
(941) 925-7585 x8164
Madeline Kinney, Delegate Coordinator
(941) 925-7585 x8169
Ryan Vincent, National Account Manager
(800) 727-5257 x2237
We hope to see you in Austin this October!