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Security in focus at IFSEC

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Taking place from 14-17 May at the NEC Birmingham, UK, IFSEC International, the annual security and fire event, will see approximately 700 exhibitors and more than 25,000 professionals come together.

In addition to eight dedicated product areas, IFSEC International 2012 will incorporate a number of free to attend education theatres including the Security Management Theatre, where attendees are invited to improve their security procedures with key learning’s and case studies, the Tavcom Training Theatre, where attendees will learn all they need to know about IP and CCTV, and IFSEC International Centre Stage, where leading associations and industry figures will to come together to discuss a range of topics that are crucial to the industry.

Acting as a barometer for the security industry for nearly 40 years IFSEC International provides a comprehensive business platform for the security and fire market; bringing together product innovations, solutions and services that are vital to those responsible for the complete security and fire portfolio.

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