With high-impact sessions, critical business intelligence and a forward-looking and strategic approach to change, Securing New Ground, the Security Industry Association’s Executive Conference, is designed to be an excellent source of both information and opportunity for security executives.

This year’s conference will be held November 1-2 at the Corad Hotel in New York. Through insightful presentations and discussions, as well as a variety of networking opportunities, security executives and financiers interact with their peers and attendees of the Security 500, the business conference that brings together C-level security executives and end users of technology.

“Securing New Ground has the highest-quality networking and is the most forward-looking event to understand where the industry is headed,” said John Romanowich, president and CEO of SightLogix, Inc., Princeton, N.J.

One session of particular note at this year’s conference is “Growth Strategies – It’s a Matter of Survival!” Presenters will include three industry thought leaders: Martin Gren, co-founder of Axis Communications; Thanasis Molokotos, president and CEO of ASSA ABLOY Americas; and Dick O’Leary, senior director, global solutions, EMC Corporation.

With an influx of new technologies and competitors bringing new solutions into the marketplace, these three organizations are employing their own innovative strategies for top-line growth, including leveraging partnerships to increase their market share. Attendees to this session will learn about keeping their businesses agile enough to respond to market needs and fluctuations, and why some businesses thrive while other just struggle to survive.

As part of their registration, all Securing New Ground attendees will receive a free copy of the “20012 Securing New Ground Annual Report,” a compendium of primary research and market information designed to help plan and grow business.

For more information or to register, visit www.securingnewground.com. SIA members can save up to $650 if they register by August 31.