ISEC 2003 - The future of CCTV

August 2003 CCTV, Surveillance & Remote Monitoring

Technews/Paradigma Publishing, publishers of Hi-Tech Security Solutions, in conjunction with ISEC (an international consortium of security industry experts), is hosting ISEC 2003, a two-day conference on “The future of CCTV, Defining International CCTV Solutions, Standards and Practices.”

To be held at The Volkswagen Marketing Conference Centre on Wednesday 15th & Thursday 16th October 2003, ISEC 2003, the first conference of its kind in South Africa, is THE must-attend event for end-users and purveyors of CCTV solutions.

ISEC 2003 - The Future of CCTV

Defining International CCTV Solutions, Standards and Practices.

When

Wed 15 & Thu 16th October 2003

Registration: 7:30 to 8:45 daily

Conference Times: 9:00 to 4:30 daily

Where

The Volkswagen Marketing Conference Centre

1144 Sixteenth Road, Halfway House, Midrand

Tel: 011- 3142577/8/9

vwcentre@vwcentre.co.za

Technews/Paradigma Publishing, publishers of Hi-Tech Security Solutions, in conjunction with ISEC (an international consortium of security industry experts), is hosting ISEC 2003, a two-day conference on "The future of CCTV, Defining International CCTV Solutions, Standards and Practices."

To be held at The Volkswagen Marketing Conference Centre on Wednesday 15th & Thursday 16th October 2003, ISEC 2003, the first conference of its kind in South Africa, is THE must-attend event for end-users and purveyors of CCTV solutions.

Covering a myriad of STRATEGIC and TECHNICAL issues, this event is designed to give you the clarity and understanding on all areas of surveillance, from the implications of South African and International Law on the digitisation of CCTV, to demonstrations of how to add business value through effective use of technology, to helping you identify the positive spin-offs from undertaking best practices in specification, design, installation, implementation and operation. And more ....

Tailored for strategic management decision makers, as well as operational technical decision makers, there is something of value for everyone.

And presented by respected industry authorities on the subject matter, Charlie Pierce (out from the US) Mike Tennent (from the UK) and South Africa's own Craig Donald, ISEC 2003 is a long overdue event sure to offer insight and value to delegates.

Top 5 Reasons to Attend ISEC 2003

Five GREAT reasons to attend ISEC 2003-08-28

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There are many reasons to attend the first ISEC 2003 Conference. Here are the top five:

1. Make the best use of your time, hearing from carefully selected speakers presenting relevant and practical information.

2. Gain valuable insights and analysis from noted industry analysts and consultants Charlie Pierce, Mike Tennent and Dr. Craig Donald.

3. Stay current on leading technologies and trends, thanks to our expert facilitators.

4. Meet colleagues confronting the same issues as they plan for digital imaging and network convergence/evolution.

5. Enjoy a well-managed conference that must be your singular "must attend" networking event of the year!

Register For ISEC 2003 Now And Save Up To R900

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If you register for ISEC 2003 now you can save up to R500 off of the registration fee for the full event (2 days) plus an additional R400 if you register as part of a team of three or more for a total savings of R900 per person (See the ISEC 2003 Registration Form for details).

To secure your place, book early. Visit http://www.securitysa.com/isec/ for details, or e-mail kirsty@technews.co.za. Ask for your Registration Form, Registration Information Sheet and Conference Agenda. Book now. Space is limited.

Limited Exhibit Opportunities Remain at ISEC 2003

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ISEC 2003 will attract a stellar audience of high-level decision makers seeking to understand future trends in high-performance digital surveillance solutions and networks. Meet face-to-face with attendees that have power and influence over security technology spending. Reach important customers, press and analysts by securing your ISEC 2003 sponsorships and exhibit space today. For more information about exhibit and sponsorship opportunities at ISEC 2003, please contact Darren Smith at +27 11 787 0551 or via email at darren@technews.co.za. There's no doubt about it: The place to be this October is ISEC 2003.

To find how to register, what's included when you register, discount policy, payment details, conference locations, information on hotels, and other relevant information visit www.securitysa.com/isec/.





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