SIA releases program for the 2022 SNG Conference
August 23, 2022 By SP&T Staff
The Security Industry Association has announced the 2022 schedule, speaker lineup and program for Securing New Ground, the security industry’s executive conference which will take place from October 18 to 19 at the Intercontinental Times Square in New York City.
The conference provides a space for security professionals to network and share business insights.
The 2022 program will explore issues like proptech and the industry’s supply chain. Chief information officers and chief information security officers will share their perspectives on cybersecurity threats and converged security. They will also share investment insights for the security industry and help foster new connections through interactive sessions and dynamic roundtable discussions.
This year’s conference will also host a “star-studded” panel of corporate security leaders who will explore challenges ranging from big data and cybersecurity of physical security solutions to how to gain intelligence from enterprise-level security system installations.
“After two years of hosting Securing New Ground virtually, SIA is thrilled to gather the industry’s brightest minds, biggest players and most driven entrepreneurs again for SNG 2022,” said SIA CEO Don Erickson in a statement.
“There’s been tremendous enthusiasm from our speakers and first wave of conference registrants, who are all looking forward to being back together in New York City to reconnect and share ideas and insights at the most visionary event in security.”
Session and conversation topics at SNG 2022 will include the following:
- How industry executives are addressing major trends, challenges and shifts in global security
- Predictions on the supply chain of security and other emerging pressures
- How security as proptech presents new growth opportunities for security companies
- Business conditions facing the systems integration sector
- How to turn artificial intelligence into real-world solutions
- How chief security officers are using big data to be more effective
- The latest industry investment insights, including perspectives on Wall Street, private equity and mergers and acquisitions.
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