SecureTech 2014 provides a unique forum to discuss public safety and security issues important to Canadians
Public safety showcase breaks records for attendance this year
SecureTech 2014, Canada’s leading public safety, emergency management and security showcase, concluded three days of conferences, business meetings and trade presentations on November 5th at the Shaw Centre in Ottawa.
The Canadian Association of Defence and Security Industries (CADSI) event featured more than 2,400 registrants, which represents a 20 percent increase over 2013 registrations. It also featured more than 160 exhibit booths in 50,000 square feet of display space, and more than 110 business-to-business and business-to-government meetings, a five-fold increase over 2013.
"We’re very proud to have put together something this unique,” said CADSI President Christyn Cianfarani. “The public safety and security community is diverse. The issues range from common equipment and communication across first responder services in municipalities to a national conversation about privacy, the prevention of cyber attacks, and the management of the Canada-US border. To our knowledge, no other conference or trade show program in Canada or internationally addresses these issues. We were proud to have been able to bring world-class speakers, decision-makers and influencers to SecureTech 2014 to exchange information.”