Securing New Ground set for October 29-30 in NYC


There are several major conferences throughout the year that SIAC believes serve important functions for security industry professionals. “Securing New Ground” (SNG) is one of them. It is set for October 29-30 in New York City (NYC): http://www.siaonline.org/Pages/IndustryEvents/Securing-New-Ground.aspx?utm_content=buffer6c9bf&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer.
SNG is a Security Industry Association (SIA)-run event. This year, it will include two separate tracks – one for commercial and one for residential security markets. Setting the tracks up this way is designed to connect integrators, dealers and installers directly to the end user.

SIAC recognizes not every company in our business can attend every conference. We all work on budgets and we all must determine the types of events to attend that benefit the bottom line for our organizations and employees. Though it may not be best suited for small alarm dealers, if you are a new entrant, a manufacturer, system integrator, dealer, installer or end user, SNG is a good choice help provide you with valuable information on industry trends and networking opportunities. It is attended by top industry people.

SNG will give up you an opportunity to learn about issues that impact your business from leaders and colleagues in the security industry. Gaining a better understanding of trends, research and strategies arms you with information to improve your bottom line. If you don’t make it to SNG, we encourage you to continue looking for other events or conferences that cover the full range of issues the security industry will face in the years ahead, including ESX, ISC East and ISC West

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