Networking and Connections Part of ISC West

Taking place July 19-21, 2021, at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, the International Security Conference & Exposition – also known as ISC West – looks forward to welcoming the security & public safety industry back to accelerate market recovery and re-define the roadmap ahead.

With ISC West, attendees have the opportunity to network and connect with thousands of security and public safety professionals, learn from the dynamic SIA Education@ISC program, plus explore the latest technologies in Access Control & Visitor Management, Video Surveillance, Alarms & Monitoring, Emergency Response and Public Safety, while discovering emerging solutions in IT/IoT Security, Smart Home Solutions and Drones & Robotics.

The combination of products, networking opportunities, special events, award ceremonies and educational programming all in one place truly makes ISC West the industry’s most comprehensive and converged event in the United States.

The SIA Education@ISC Program is an important part of ISC West and our inspiring education program provides critical information on the newest and most relevant technologies in the security industry, featuring 60-plus sessions from over 115 confirmed speakers this year. Learn from experts, keep up-to-date and take your security to the next level.

SIA Education@ISC qualifies for CE hours with many relevant industry accreditation bodies. So, get credit for your time. Certificates of attendance are available for all conferees after the Show. You may use this document to self-report your education hours to relevant industry bodies that award continuing education and professional development credit. Participants completing sessions through SIA Education@ISC may be eligible to receive: ALOA - Education Credits (AEU) ASIS - Continuing Professional Education Credits (CPE) NICET- Continuing Professional Development Points (CPD).

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