ISC East 2023 Attendance Jumps 25 Percent from 2022 Event

ISC East 2023, the Northeast’s leading security and public safety event built by RX Global, hosted in collaboration with premier sponsor Security Industry Association (SIA) and in partnership with ASIS NYC, delivered another year of successful programming. Over three days, ISC East featured keynote speakers, educational sessions, professional development, and over 220 exhibitors highlighting the latest technologies and solutions across the security industry.

From November 14 to 16, the show welcomed over 5,700 total industry professionals at The Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City. This year’s numbers showed significant growth. Attendance numbers totaled over 4,400 attendees, an increase of 25% from ISC East 2022. Attendees were excited to see, learn, and experience the newest trends and innovations in the security field.

“As we opened the doors to ISC East 2023, the crowd buzzed with anticipation and excitement for the dynamic programming ahead of them,” said Mary Beth Shaughnessy, ISC Event Vice President. “That energy carried through the three-day event from our dynamic keynote speakers to our informative educational sessions, and opportunities for professional development, which all led to a heavily trafficked show floor.”

“The 2023 ISC East event was a tremendous success and continues to provide exceptional value as it connects the northeast regional security community and delivers vital training and education opportunities,” said SIA’s CEO Don Erickson. “SIA thanks all the individuals and companies which contributed to this year’s success, particularly those that provided their expertise through the SIA Education@ISC conference program. We especially thank the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s Chief Security Officer Greg Ehrie and the New York Police Department’s Chief Theresa Tobin for their ISC East keynotes addresses, which demonstrated the importance of public-private partnerships. I am also thrilled that SIA Honors Night was again a central part of ISC East activities by honoring those who have helped to advance our industry.”

With industry professionals eager to network, conduct business, and learn from experts, show organizers look forward to ISC West 2024, held from April 9-12, 2024 (SIA Education@ISC: April 9-11 | Exhibit Hall: April 10-12) at the Venetian Expo in Las Vegas, where they can experience the largest and most dynamic security event of the year.

Save the date for ISC East 2024 held from November 19-21, 2024 (SIA Education@ISC: November 19-21 | Exhibit Hall: November 20-21) at the Javits Center in New York City.

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