The 2019 Tech Security Summit is billed as offering something for anyone interested in the latest products and advancements in security technology.
BAY CITY, Mich. — DICE Corp. is launching a new Tech Security Summit that will combine the annual DICE User Group conference with exclusive training and educational resources for professionals in all sectors of the security industry.
The inaugural event is scheduled for Spring 2019 (April 29-May 2) at the Sheraton Grand National Downtown in Nashville, Tenn. Event highlights will include panel discussions with DICE representatives and industry experts, product demos, exhibitor showcases, education and training, roundtable sessions, plus networking and group activities.
The 2019 Tech Security Summit is billed as offering something for anyone interested in the latest products and advancements in security technology. Whether you’re a business leader, central station operator, IT professional, dealer or systems distributor, the event promises to present useful insight into the ever-changing security technology the industry uses day-to-day, according to the announcement.
“We are pleased to be able to provide a platform that focuses exclusively on technology and education for the security industry,” says DICE Corp. President and CEO Cliff Dice. “By providing a gathering space for training and certifications, product demos, and many opportunities for one on one discussion with our team and guest speakers, I anticipate the Tech Security Summit will quickly become a must-attend event for anyone interested in learning more about the technology that commands the industry.”
Registration for the 2019 Tech Security Summit is now open and can be found at techsecuritysummit.com. Several sponsorship opportunities are available, which can also be found on the website.
DICE Corp. is a leading research and development company in the security technology industry. From its headquarters here, the company designs software solutions for alarm monitoring, service, sales, smart home, PBX and telecommunications. The company also operates the industry’s largest Cloud hosting center, supplying over one million subscribers with direct service and six million subscribers with alarm signaling services.