What’s On, What’s Not

What’s On, What’s Not

With COVID-19 changing the landscape of in-person conferences and trade shows, here’s a look events that have been canceled, moved or proceeding as scheduled, at least for now. Information has been collected from various sources, and is the latest as of this writing. If you are aware of other changes, please feel free to contact Ralph C. Jensen at rjensen@1105media.com.

Here are conferences, trade shows and events that have been rescheduled. SIA GovSummit, Virtual event now set for June 1-3 Connections Connected Home Conference, Rescheduled to Aug. 4-6 Expo Seguridad Mexico, Now planned for Aug. 18-20 International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE), Rescheduled to August 24–28 IFSEC International, Has been rescheduled to Sept. 8-10 Securing Federal Identity 2020, Rescheduled to Sept. 16-17 Northeast Security Systems Contractors Expo, Now set for Sept. 22-23 Transport Security Conference, Rescheduled to Sept. 28-30 Critical Incident Management and Security (CIMAS) North American Conference, Dates to be determined in October. ISC West, Now set for Oct. 5-8. Black Hat USA - Virtual event on Aug 1-6 CEDIA - Canceled and converted to a virtual event Sept. 8-12

Here are events that have been postponed or canceled. PSA TEC, Canceled Illinois School Safety Conference, Canceled Pennsylvania Burglar & Fire Alarm Association (PBFAA) Expo, Canceled NRF Protect (June 22-24), Canceled Electronic Security Expo (ESX) 2020, Canceled NFPA Conference & Expo, Canceled (Virtual event for annual meeting and elections.) Security Essen - Canceled, next show September 2022. ALOA, Canceled Consult 2020, Canceled

Here are the conferences, trade shows and events that are proceeding as scheduled GSX (Sept. 21-23), An announcement is set for June 22. ESA Leadership Summit, Sept. 28-Oct. 1. TMA Annual Meeting, Oct. 24-28. Securing New Ground, Oct. 27-28. ISC East, Nov. 18-19.

About the Author

Ralph C. Jensen is the Publisher of Security Today magazine.


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