Industry Professionals to Gather at Security Summit

With plans to address end-user security concerns, integrated security delivery and other market trends, a group of security industry professionals will gather in Orlando, February 6-7, 2002, for the Security Advisory Council Summit, sponsored by SimplexGrinnell, a unit of Tyco Fire and Security Services.

01/29/2002


With plans to address end-user security concerns, integrated security delivery and other market trends, a group of security industry professionals will gather in Orlando, February 6-7, 2002, for the Security Advisory Council Summit, sponsored by SimplexGrinnell, a unit of Tyco Fire and Security Services.

Also on the agenda for those in attendance—primarily consultants and security directors from Fortune 500 companies—are discussions of services and requirements within the health care, manufacturing, education and office markets.

"The input and feedback we receive at the summit is invaluable," noted Dave Baer, vice president of sales and marketing for SimplexGrinnel, who by organizing the conference not only promotes these discussions, but gets a hands-on look at the industry. "It sharpens our focus and gives tremendous insight into what security professionals are thinking and experiencing today."

For more information about the conference, log on to: www.simplexgrinnell.com .





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