U.S. Security Associates Welcomes ASIS 2014 to Atlanta
U.S. Security Associates (USA) is entertaining security professionals from all over the world in its hometown of Atlanta next month for the ASIS International 60th Annual Seminar and Exhibits. The national security company is headquartered in Roswell, Ga., a northern suburb of Atlanta. From September 29th to October 1st, representatives from USA’s corporate headquarters and local offices nationwide are attending ASIS 2014 at the 3.9-million-square-foot Georgia World Congress Center in the heart of downtown Atlanta.
ASIS 2014 is promoted as “the most influential security event of the year,” with a conference program that includes 250 education sessions spanning all security disciplines and industry sectors. On the exhibit floor, conference attendees can browse security services and products from 600+ leading solutions providers. A variety of peer-to-peer networking opportunities are also planned, from the ASIS Foundation 17th Annual Golf Tournament at Stone Mountain Golf Club to the President’s Reception hosted by ASIS President Rich Widup at the Georgia Aquarium, with a garden party catered by Wolfgang Puck.
Among the keynote speakers at ASIS 2014 are Jon Huntsman, Jr., a distinguished diplomat, successful businessman, and twice-elected governor of Utah, General Colin L. Powell (Ret.), the first African-American chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and Rear Admiral Scott Moore (Ret.), who led SEAL teams in Desert Storm, Panama, Bosnia, Mogadishu and Haiti.
As a Bronze-level sponsor of ASIS 2014 and a long-time exhibitor and supporter of ASIS International, USA has secured a prime location at one of the main entrances to the exhibit hall.
“We welcome clients, colleagues, and prospective customers to drop by Booth 1105 and see us,” said Alton Harvey, senior vice president of national accounts. “Every year, we look forward to this opportunity to connect, learn from industry experts, and exhibit our latest technologies and security solutions. With ASIS 2014 practically in our backyard, we will have more people and resources at the event than ever before.”