SEMINAR topics for 2 of the seminar sessions at Security and Government Expo 2017 in Canberra between 12-6pm on November 9 have been announced, according to ASIS ACT’s Peter Bourke. 

Seminar 3 will feature T4 speaking on ASIO Tech Notes and Alignment with the Australian Government’s Protective Security Policy Framework. Seminar 4 will feature SCEC security consultant David Eddleston speaking on Physical and Technical Security Requirements for Government Departments. The SAGE Seminar will be concluded with a panel discussion on Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism, with input from the Australia-New Zealand Counter-Terrorism Committee.

“Later in the afternoon, Captain Ainsley Morthorpe, director of policing and security and service security adviser – Royal Australian Navy, will speak inside the exhibition hall on the topic Developing Physical Security Strategies for the Australian Navy,” Bourke said.

Security and Government Expo (pre-register here!), which is sponsored by SAAB, with Lanyard and Speaker Sponsor being Hills and Genetec, brings together government and commercial end users, consultants, integrators and installers in the nation's capital to see the latest security products and technologies, and to discuss key operational outcomes, in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. 

Leading Industry Partner is ASIS ACT and SAGE incorporates a seminar run by ASIS ACT, as well as the ASIS Dinner, which will be held at the National Press Club and is jointly sponsored by Manteena, SRA Solutions and ASIS ACT. 

Now in its second year, the SAGE exhibitor list is strong – there will be plenty of excellent and highly targeted security solutions on show. Current exhibitors include AXXON, Dahua Technology, FSH, EKA, CyberLock, Gunnebo, EVVA, Perimeter Systems Australia, EZI Security Systems, Milestone, Smiths Detection, Honeywell, Axis Communications, SAAB, Telstra, Hikvision, SX, ASSA ABLOY, Geutebruck, Smart Entity, Harcor, Chubb, ISCS, Inner Range, Gallagher, LSC and C.R. Kennedy.

SAGE is short and sharp – one afternoon only – and it gives security professionals in Canberra the chance to see the latest security solutions in their home town with no need to travel. Register here and we’ll see you there! ♦