Government security managers looking to learn about current technologies in access control systems can join the Security Industry Association this Thursday, Aug. 30, for an educational forum on that very topic.
The SIA Government Infrastructure Security End User Group (GISEUG) is hosting this forum for free at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D.C. The educational program, the second that the GISEUG has done, is a half-day format, starting at 7:30 a.m. and wrapping at noon.
According to SIA, the program will cover access control basics as well as new technologies and other future product innovations. The program is only open to government employees (local, state and federal). SIA is not allowing contractors or vendors to attend.
The GISEUG has future classes planned on systems integration and CCTV/video surveillance, as well as the planned 2008 government summit that covers topics of homeland security.
SIA's Christina Bagby can help you register -- 703-647-8494 or email@example.com.