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Security Matters Live Coventry registration now open!

by Andy Clutton

Registration is now open for Security Matters Live, which is a free-to-attend conference and exhibition taking place at the Coventry Building Society Arena on 13 June 2024.

Security Matters Live is a new conference for education, compliance and networking in the security industry. Join 300+ peers for a day of unparalleled networking opportunities and knowledge exchange. During the event, you will have access to seven hours of CPD-accredited seminars and will receive a CPD certificate for attending.

You can register to attend for FREE here

Delegates will also be able to enjoy free tea, coffee, refreshments and lunch in our exhibition area, which features 40+ of the leading brands in the security sector, showcasing all the latest training, guidance, products, services and technology. The headline sponsor for Security Matters Live is Texecom. Other high profile exhibitors include Hanwah, Seagate, Frontier Pitts, AMAG Technology, DVS, Suprema, Traka and many more.

The event is also being supported by the security industry’s leading publications Security Matters, Professional Security Installer (PSi) and Benchmark,

The Security Matters Live conference is not to be missed with seminars sessions covering topics such as Campaigning for Martyn’s Law, the rise of AI in video surveillance, the importance of building a safety culture, NSi route to securing industry excellence, the rise of ransomware and much more.

Security Matters Live will also be co-located with conferences being delivered by SSAIB and also the International Foundation for Protection Officers. The night before the conference, the same venue will also play host to the annual Fire and Security Matters Awards, which is the sector’s biggest evening for celebrating excellence.

You can register to attend Security Matters Live for FREE here

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