CONSULT Conference Canceled

Boxerbaum Award submissions still to be accepted; 2021 event set for San Antonio

The CONSULT Technical Security Symposium, hosted by securityspecifiers.com has canceled its 2020 event, which was to be held Oct. 24-27, in Nashville.

"By profession, consultants assess and manage risk and, in assessing the current climate, our duty to attendees and their families made the course of action clear," said event coordinator Ray Coulombe.

The next CONSULT event will be held Oct. 23-26, 2021, at the Hyatt Regency Riverwalk in San Antonio.

Submissions for the annual The Elliot A. Boxerbaum Memorial Award, which recognizes collaboration, design excellence, uniqueness, creativity and administration factors, which contributed to a highly successful security project, will remain open, with awards for both 2020 and 2021 being presented at the 2021 event in San Antonio.

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