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The Security Event is returning to NEC Birmingham this April!

The Security Event NEC Birmingham

The Security Event will take place at NEC Birmingham 25 – 27 April and topics covered by guest speakers include the global security scene, crime prevention, cybersecurity and diversity on the frontline.

Free tickets are being offered to all Midlands businesses.
Buoyed by the success of last year and bringing together a world-class education programme, The Security Event will be bigger than before.

“The world’s leading security brands, market leaders and industry experts – the organizers say – are set to come together at NEC”, where the Security Event will offer free access to industry professionals to five major leading co-located industry events:

There are a number of new features for this year’s event including the Physical Security Zone, which will place a spotlight on the latest products and solutions in physical security, and the addition of the Live Security Testing zone in partnership with element, a dedicated area of the show that will host twice daily demonstrations and investigates the practical reality of new and existing regulatory requirements.

“The Security Event – Tristan Norman, Group Event Director of the Nineteen Group, says – brings together the best and brightest from across the industry, and 2023 is no exception as we return bigger and better than ever before. We have all the right experts and knowledge at hand to make sure businesses are protected for the future. With a total of six shows on offer and free access for all, there is plenty for visitors to see. Owners and decision makers will have access to everything they need to run a safe and secure businesses under one roof.”

Visitors will have the chance to see hundreds of exhibitors, networking with other businesses and solutions providers, see specialist zones and features, as well as sit in on a number of seminars.
Guest speakers include activist and campaigner Figen Murray, Satia Rai, Director of Equality, Diversity and Inclusion at the International Professional Security Association (IPSA), Daniel Garnham, President of the Security Industry Federation and Barrie Millet, Director of Intelligence Operations at Mitie.
“The Security Event is open to all security professionals working in the commercial and residential market and students of undergraduate level and above on relevant courses of study are welcome to attend the show. Students will be asked to show an NUS Identity card or equivalent student identity”, they end.

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