isceast_enewsISC East, sponsored by the Security Industry Association (SIA), the largest security event in the Northeastern United States, opened registration for the Nov. 19-20, 2014, conference. Attendees can register at More than 200 exhibitors and brands will attend the show, including a number of new companies. The conference draws thousands of regional attendees including dealers, installers, IT and physical security systems integrators, consultants and end users of physical security. It continues to attract leading security professionals because of its targeted exhibition floor, which showcases the latest equipment and services to help increase business efficiencies and enhance security operations, according to conference organizers.

“ISC East allows our company to send our local security professionals to a very reputable security show,” said Brent Franklin, president of systems integration firm Unlimited Technology Inc., Chester, Pa. “It affords us the ability to meet with and see all the latest technological systems and equipment advances as well as meet with our representatives that attend. We bring and invite local customers as well. It is a very worthwhile event and those security professionals in the Northeast should take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.”

The SIA Education@ISC Program also will return this year, offering new content developed specially for attendees on the most current business trends, technologies and state requirement/codes. The full lineup is offered complementarily to all ISC East attendees.

“We are thoroughly invested in making the ISC East experience better and more streamlined for our attendees,” said Ed Several, senior vice president, ISC Events. “We’ve designed this year’s conference to allow attendees to spend more time networking, engaging in valuable business discussions and seeing the future of the industry on the exhibit floor. We look forward to welcoming security decision makers from the Northeast region to experience the latest industry innovations and education.”

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