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Global Security Exchange Announces Its 2019 Education Program

June 25, 2019

Hikvision HikWire blog article Global Security Exchange Announces Its 2019 Education Program

Hikvision to Exhibit Its Security Technology at GSX Booth No. 2004

 

The Global Security Exchange (GSX) has released its 2019 education program, according to an article in SDM magazine.

Hikvision will exhibit its security technology in the GSX expo hall at booth #2004.

The annual security conference will take place in Chicago from September 8-12, 2019 and will include educational sessions, keynotes, and an exhibit hall.

 “GSX is the premier event for education and enrichment of our security industry community. Each year, we work for months to find the best, most informative speakers and subject matter to present to our audience. This year is no exception. I feel confident that we are offering the best educational program ever for our attendees,” said Kenneth D. Ribler, GSX 2019 presentations committee chair, in the SDM article.

The education program this year will include more than 300 educational sessions organized under categories such as business continuity, enterprise risk management and physical/operational security. Topics will include cyber threats, the emerging cannabis industry, women in security, and digital transformation.

For more information, visit www.GSX.org/SDM.  

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