Global Security Exchange Addresses Global Risks
Known for more than six decades as the ASIS International Annual Seminar and Exhibits, Global Security Exchange (GSX) is no stranger to the issues that matter most to today’s security professional. The event’s new name reflects the commitment from ASIS International to provide a forum where security professionals the world over can gather and learn from each other, discuss innovations and connect with allied organizations, companies and service providers.
“From the rise of AI and machine learning to attacks on critical infrastructure and ubiquitous threats to data privacy, we are witnessing a breathtaking velocity of change and evolution of risk,” said Ron Rosenbaum, chief global marketing and business development officer, ASIS International. “Only ASIS International, with our global reach, unmatched subject matter expertise, year-round commitment to security best practices and relationship building, and 64-year legacy of event excellence, can provide the most comprehensive security event in the world.”
In addition to world-class networking opportunities and an expo floor that showcases the full spectrum of security solutions, GSX will feature more than 300 education sessions led by ASIS International, ISSA, and InfraGard subject matter experts. These sessions will cover the most pressing issues facing security professionals today.
Addressing issues of protecting physical systems from human and cyber risks, securing events and mass gatherings from the threat of soft target attacks and discussions surrounding integration of AI and drone technology, the Internet of Things (IoT) and more, the GSX education lineup shares the knowledge of the world’s leading security experts with the global community.
“At GSX, we are expanding and transforming the traditional learning experience,” Rosenbaum added. “We realize there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to learning. Our education will be delivered in more immersive, engaging formats, including small group workshops, deep dives, simulations and impact learning sessions — just to name a few. We’re also transforming our exhibit hall into a learning lab, showcasing new and emerging products and technologies.”
Taking place September 23-27 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, GSX is expected to attract more than 22,000 registrants from more than 100 countries.
For information or to register, visit www.gsx.org.