|By PR Newswire||
|September 3, 2014 06:30 AM EDT||
LONDON, September 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
IFSEC Southeast Asia is now open from 3rd - 5th September in Kuala Lumpur
IFSEC Southeast Asia, the region's largest security, fire and safety exhibition organised by UBM, today opened the doors to the industry for what is set to be a show stopping event taking place from 3rd - 5th September at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
IFSEC Southeast Asia is the largest exhibition in the region for security, fire and safety professionals and is supported by the Royal Malaysia Police, Ministry of Home Affairs Malaysia, Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing & Local Government Malaysia, PDRM, CyberSecurity Malaysia, Asian Professional Security Association (APSA - Malaysia Chapter), British Security Industry Association (BSIA) and American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS - Malaysia Chapter).
Confirming the importance IFSEC Southeast Asia has within the industry, Tan Sri Khalid, Inspector General of The Royal Malaysia Police said: "Keeping updated on the ever-changing face of technology has proven effective in thwarting criminal efforts that would use the same mastery to break the law. This year's Government Security and Enforcement Section at IFSEC Southeast Asia 2014 are timely and will once again showcase some of the world's cutting-edge crime prevention technology."
More than 300 exhibitors from 36 countries around the region, including national pavilions from United Kingdom, Taiwan, China and Singapore will showcase the latest technology and solutions available to market. Major participants include; Axis Communications, Comnet, Sunell, Panasonic , Microsoft, 2N Telecommunications, Nemtek, Dahua Technology, Panther 911, Microengine, GMO Globalsign, Neuropower, MSC Trustgate, Fingertec Worldwide, Dell, Prisma Bytes, Zkteco, AFS Security & Automation, Digistar and many other key industry players.
Running alongside the exhibition will be the IFSEC Global Security Technology Showcase, a seminar programme that will feature 20 hours of content to enhance the knowledge of attendees. Sessions include 'Digital Video Evidence Readiness in Combating Crime' hosted by Mr. Mohd Zabri Adil bin Talib, Head, Digital Forensics, as well as, 'Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) for Remote Unmanned Sites' presented by Gord Loney, Vice President Product Sales, Senstar Corporation. The exhibition will also host the prestigious APSA conference, a high-level insight into the strategic side of security.
Keep up to date on what's happening on the show floor by following @IFSEC. Join the conversation by using the official hashtag #IFSECSEA.
Visitors wishing to attend the 2014 event can register online at http://www.ifsecsea.com
For more information regarding IFSEC Southeast Asia, or for photos or videos of the event, please contact [email protected]
Notes to editor:
IFSEC Security & Fire Portfolio
The IFSEC Security & Fire Portfolio provides a global offering of face to face events, education, news and networking to the global security and fire industry.
It is made up of live events including; IFSEC International, FIREX International, IFSEC South Africa, IFSEC Southeast Asia, IFSEC India, IFSEC Istanbul and IFSEC & OSH Arabia. Attendees to these live events are able to engage with the community all year round on IFSEC Global.com that provides the latest news, thought-leadership articles and white papers on the security and fire industry.
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