From Security's Leading Association ... the Industry's Most Influential Event

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From Security's Leading Association ... the Industry's Most Influential Event


You're on the front lines of security. You understand how critical it is to keep up with the latest industry developments and innovations. And you know how important it is to attend the premier security event of the year--ASIS 2005.

In a world of constantly emerging threats and changing tactics, ASIS 2005 will provide a forum for professionals from across the globe to build a consistent vision for a secure future. It will bring together thousands of professionals from the broad spectrum of security interests and attract leading manufacturers and service providers to the world's largest exhibition dedicated to security. From the insight gained on the show floor to the singular networking opportunities to the speakers and educators with unique insights, ASIS is the comprehensive security resource that successful professionals trust.

Produced by ASIS International, the preeminent organization for security professionals, ASIS 2005 builds on a legacy of experience, providing the information and resources necessary for building a secure today and delivering the solutions that power tomorrow. Continuing our celebration of 50 years of leadership and experience in advancing security worldwide, this year's event will continue the Golden Jubilee with special festivities, memorabilia, and activities planned. Be a part of the largest dedicated event for the security industry--register today.

Keynote Speaker General Colin L. Powell (Ret.) shares his knowledge and insight

From professional soldier to Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to chairman of America's Promise--The Alliance for Youth to Secretary of State, Colin Powell's career has been full of extraordinary experiences. Don't miss this opportunity to hear from a truly remarkable individual.

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Discover the latest solutions at the world's largest show dedicated to security.

More than 850 vendors showcasing cutting-edge product innovations, technologies, and services will make ASIS 2005 the largest, most comprehensive show in the world dedicated to security. Every year, the exhibit space sells out--and this year's show floor boasts more than 590,000 square feet. From detection technologies to counter-surveillance devices to digital video recorders to life safety systems and much more, it's your best opportunity to find the solutions you need to provide a safer and more secure world. And, with direct access to product experts, service providers, and manufacturers, you'll get the information you need immediately. …

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