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Exhibit Dates: Monday–Wednesday Sept 29–Oct 1

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The proven opportunity to reach THE ENTIRE SECURITY INDUSTRY

ASIS INTERNATIONAL

60TH ANNUAL SEMINAR AND EXHIBITS

SEPT

OCT

29–02

AT L A N TA GEORGIA www.securityexpo.org


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ASIS 2014: The proven opportunity to reach the entire security industry. ASIS 2014 attracts high-level industry professionals who define the future of the security industry and come to ASIS looking for tomorrow’s solutions needed to succeed. It is the premiere showcase for the entire security spectrum—covering physical and cyber security with a focus on the convergence of technologies and systems needed to make businesses, governments, and organizations more secure. For 60 years, ASIS has lead—and supported—the security industry, building a legacy for debuting the most advanced innovations on the market. Attendees come year after year to discover the latest solutions that will keep them at the leading-edge of their professions. Make this the year they find you.

Meet Decision-Makers • • • • •

20,600 attendees 90% are involved in security purchases 25% have annual security budgets over $5 million 60% attend no other annual security tradeshow 24% are responsible for assets in two or more countries

September 29–October 2, 2014 | Atlanta, Georgia | www.securityexpo.org

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ATTENDEE ASIS attracts the most powerful professionals in the security industry—end users from the public and private sectors, including CEOs, presidents, owners, CSOs, and CISOs, as well as systems integrators, dealers, and other professionals across the security distribution channel.

Delivering the C-Suite From CEOs to CSOs to VPs to managers, more than 70% of our audience is made up from these hard-to-reach executives. CEO/President/GM/ Owner/Partner

Vice President/ Director/CSO/CISO

Manager/Supervisor

Staff

Architect/Engineer

Analyst

18%

25%

30%

16%

7%

4%

Industries Represented • Agriculture and Food • Architectural/Engineering • Banking and Financial Services • Chemical Industry/HAZMAT • Commercial Facilities • Communications • Consulting • Dams • Defense • Defense Industrial Base/Contractors

• Distribution/Warehousing • Educational Institution (school, university, library, museum) • Emergency Services/Law Enforcement • Energy (oil, gas, mining extraction) • Government • Information Technology/Cybersecurity • Manufacturing/Industrial • National Monuments and Icons • Nuclear (comm reactors, matls and waste)

• Postal and Shipping • Public Health and Healthcare • Residential Real Estate • Security Dealer/Installer • Security Distributor/Reseller • Security Investigations • Security Protective Services • Security Systems Integrator • Transportation • Water and Water Treatment Systems

Annual Security Budgets More than half of the attendees walking our show floor spend more than $500K on security solutions each year. The top 25% spend 10 times that amount! Less than $100,000

29%

More than $5,000,000

$500,001–$1,000,000

16% $100,001–$500,000

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11%

19% $1,000,001–$5,000,000

25%


DEMOGRAPHICS Only ASIS provides extensive, targeted opportunities for exposure and in-depth interaction with your key customers. Engage a buying audience of key decision-makers and gain more qualified leads in three days than you can generate all year! STUDIES SHOW…

On average, companies get a ROI of $5 for every $1 invested on tradeshows.

Geographic Reach Our attendees represent more than 80 countries and hail from all 50 states. This penetration can help you defy economic trends in a particular city, state, or region.

TOTAL ATTENDANCE:

20,600

DOMESTIC:

38%

85% 14%

ASIS 2013

9%

17%

7% Company Size (by number of employees) Turn a one-on-one meeting into a one to 10,000+ mega sale because 55% of ASIS attendees represent companies with 1,000 to 10,000+ employees. That’s serious opportunity for you and your brand.

Demographics contained in this prospectus are from the post-show survey of attendees of ASIS International 59th Annual Seminar and Exhibits, Chicago, IL, 2013, conducted by Exhibits Surveys, Inc., Red Bank, NJ.

25% 20% 17% 9% 29%

INTERNATIONAL:

15%

From across the globe and across town, attendees arrive seeking solutions. The event is held at a different location each year to give you exposure to potential buyers in new markets. Miles traveled to Chicago for ASIS 2013 (one way) 1–50......................................................15% 51–200.................................................. 9% 201–400............................................... 11% 401–1,000..........................................32% 1,001–2,000.......................................20% Over 2,000........................................13%

1–100 101–1,000 1,001–5,000 5,001–10,000 10,000 or more

September 29–October 2, 2014 | Atlanta, Georgia | www.securityexpo.org

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Connect with Fortune 500 companies, government agencies, and more

WHO YOU’LL MEET Sample of 2013 attendee companies and titles

General Manager, IT Integration

CTO

Calgary Airport Authority

Federal Government

11th Security Forces Group

Director

FedEx

Senior Manager, Corporate

Senior Director Crime Prevention Services

Deputy Director

3M President

AAMSCO Global Security

Abbott Laboratories Security Director

ABM Security at NBC Tower Security Supervisor

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Deputy Director Security

Accenture Director Security Technology

AIG Director of Security Forces

Air Force District of Washington CEO

Central Bank of Nigeria Center City District

American Express Access Control Administrator

Boeing Security Director

Boston Children’s Hospital Deputy Chief of Police

Boston College CSO/SVP Global Security

Cardinal Health Director Corporate Security and Facilities Operations

Carefirst BC/BS

Manager Global Security Systems and Compliance

China CityGuard

Halliburton

Director of Security

Chinook Winds Casino Resort

Hilton Hotels Worldwide Houston Police Department

CEO

Chief of Security Operations

Digitech America

International Monetary Fund CEO

International Computer Concepts

Drexel University

President

VP of Safety and Compliance

Japan Corporate Research

Dunbar Armored

Director of LP Operations

Eli Lilly & Company

Kohl’s Department Stores

Managing Director

President

Elite Security Forces Executive Director

Meridian Rapid Defense Group

Ernst & Young, LLP

Chief Security Officer

Director, Global Security

Commissioner

Deputy Director Office of Security

National Geospatial Intel Agency Gerente de Seguridad

Revenue Protection Division, Ministry of France Vice President Business Continuity Management

Nexen Petroleum Colombia, Ltd.

RGA Reinsurance Company

Director of Security

Vice President/Owner Emergency Planning Director

Captain of Police

Vice President Public Safety

RBD Capital Markets

National Nuclear Security Agency

Managing Director

Harvard Medical School

Director of Security and Safety

ConocoPhillips

Senior Federal Agent

S3 Integration

Hercules Fence

Chief Security Officer

Raytheon

Senior Advisor

Choice Security Integration City of Vancouver

National Insurance Crime Bureau

Northrop Grumman

President

Corporate Security Manager

Vice President, Global Security Services

Director of Campus Security and Emergency Preparation

Owner

Discover Financial Services, Inc.

Vice President

Chief Operating Officer

GardaWorld

Vice President

Security Director

American Eagle Outfitters

FEMA

Chief Security Officer

Chicago Police Department

Regional Physical Security Manager

Loss Prevention Supervisor

Chief, ICAM

Fort Knox Group

Commander

Alert Security Consulting Alyeska Pipeline Service Co.

Director IT

Chief Inspector/Compliance Officer

Norwegian National Security Authority

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission

Investigator, Global Security

Vice President

Novartis

SAIC

CISO

Corporate Asset Protection

NYPD

Saks Fifth Avenue

Regional Security Advisor

Vice President Corporate Loss Prevention

Occidental Oil & Gas Corporation Regional LP Manager

Office Depot Director, Intelligence and Forensics

Safeway, Inc. Director of Safety and Security

Saint Michael’s Medical Center General Manager, Industrial

Osprey Global Solutions

Saudi Aramco

CEO

Director of Protective Service

Pacific National Security

Senate of Canada

Vice President Supply Chain Security

CEO

Panalpina, Inc.

SIKOM Danmark A/S Managing Director Kbs

Panera

Sixsigma Networks Mexico Sa De Cv

Vice President Truck Leasing

Director of Purchasing

Penske Corporation

Spy Ops

Director Global Security

President and CEO

Pfizer VP Corporate Security

Standard Parking Corporation

PNC Bank

Director Card Services

National Economic Security Grid

Managing Partner

Stanford University

ExxonMobil

Deputy Chief Technology Services

Associate Director of Asset Protection

Supervisory Special Agent

National Gallery of Art

Vice President, Regional Security Head Americas

Exel/DHL

Microsoft Corporation Chief Security Officer

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Vice President Global Physical Security

Experian Global Drilling Security Advisor

Chief Executive Officer

Senior Manager, Asset Protection

Radian Compliance Ralph Lauren

FBI

Global Director of Asset Protection

Stanley Black & Decker Owner

StarSeed Software, LLC

Colocated Event: (ISC)2 Security Congress The (ISC)2 Security Congress brings a bonus market to ASIS exhibitors. This partnership increases the range of attendee traffic to your booth and illustrates the rapidly converging roles of traditional and information security. Attendee top product interests are computer security, information systems security, internet security, and access control.

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SECURITY CONGRESS


Exhibitor Benefits Exhibiting at the world’s most comprehensive security event benefits you before, during, and after the show.

Director Infrastructure Protection

State of Michigan Corporate Security Director

• Free expo invitations to email to your clients and prospects or post on your website.

Steel Dynamics, Inc. Director, Security Operations

Time Warner Cable

• Your free company listing in ASIS promotional brochures, on the show website, and on the show mobile app.

Chief Assurance Executive

Toyota Deputy Assistant Secretary, Private Sector Office

• Free pre-conference attendee mailing lists for pre-show promotion. (Mailing must be approved by ASIS in advance.)

U.S. Department of Homeland Security OSAC Executive Director

U.S. Department of State

• Complimentary admission to the educational sessions and keynotes/general sessions for up to four (4) booth staffers (per 10' x 10' booth).

Chief, Security Support Office

U.S. European Command Commanding Officer, Military Police

• Free access to education session recordings online after the show.

U.S. Navy Branch Chief

U.S. Secret Service

• Advertising opportunities in Security Management magazine (print and online), ASIS Dynamics, Security Management Daily/Weekly, the Final Program and Exhibits Guide, and the show newspaper.

Information Security Director

UL, LLC CSM Director

United Airlines Inspector in Charge

United States Postal Inspection Service COO

Volt

“ASIS is the must attend show if you are in the security industry.”

Regional Security Director

—James Recchia, VP Marketing

Volvo Group

and Sales, DAQ Electronics, LLC

Director, Physical Security

Walgreens Vice President

X7 Systems Integration Regional Security Supervisor

XTO Energy Director, Corporate Security

Xerox Corporation Director CSS

Yahoo Director of Security

Zeller Realty Group Vice President and CSO

Zurich North America

• Sponsorships increase your visibility—a wealth of opportunities are available including special events, keynotes, lanyards, column wraps, on-site bookstore, aisle signs, shuttle buses, stair risers, and much more. • ASIS Accolades Competition provides additional exposure for exhibitors with new product and service innovations. • On-site pressroom for your media kits and the ability to hold press conferences on breaking corporate news or new product launches. • Dedicated exhibit time. ASIS sets aside prime blocks of time when the exhibit hall is open and does not compete for attendance with other Seminar activities. • Aggressive show promotion. Nearly half a million direct mail pieces are sent to qualified security and business professionals. Plus in-depth event promotion is featured in ASIS publications, on the ASIS website, and in industry trade publications, as well as in local, national, and international media markets. • The Solutions Theater (shown at left) on the show floor is available for your theater-style presentations. • Touchscreen show planners on site help attendees locate your booth on the show floor.

September 29–October 2, 2014 | Atlanta, Georgia | www.securityexpo.org

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2013 EXHIBITORS

“As the security industry’s premier event, there was no question that we would time our new product launch to coincide with ASIS Chicago 2013. The general show atmosphere, profileraising opportunities and high quality of attendees did not disappoint and we’re looking forward to Atlanta in 2014.” —Rachel Neiman, .Director of Marketing Communications, BriefCam

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3M Cogent, Inc. 3SI Security Systems 3VR, Inc. 3xLOGIC, Inc. 5.11 Tactical a&s International ABM Security Services Access Specialties International, LLC AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions, Inc. ACTi Corporation Adams Electronics, Inc. ADANI Systems, Inc. Adler School Emergency Management Leadership Program Advanced Battery, LLC Advantech AFIMAC Global Afore Solutions Aimetis Corporation Aiphone Corporation Alarm Lock AlertEnterprise Alertus Emergency Notification Alion Science and Technology All American Monitoring All Traffic Solutions Allied Telesis Allied Tube & Conduit, A Part of Atkore International AlliedBarton Security Services Alpha Arsenal, LLC Alpha Technologies, Inc. Altronix Corporation Alvarado Turnstiles AMAG Technology, Inc. American Dynamics American Military University American Physical Security Group American Science & Engineering, Inc. Ameristar Security Products AMICO Amika Mobile AMK9 Anixter, Inc. Anritsu Antaira Technologies Aon Fire Protection Engineering APOLLO Apollo International Applanix Arecont Vision, LLC ARES Security Corporation

ARH, Inc. Armag Corporation Armortex, Inc. Arteco USA / Cias USA AS Solution A/S ASIS 2014: Atlanta ASIS International ASM Security, Ltd. ASSA ABLOY Americas Astrophysics, Inc. A-T Solutions Austin Mohawk and Company AUTOCLEAR/Scintrex AutoGate, Inc. Automatic Systems Avante International Technology Aventura Technologies AVIGILON AWID, Inc. Axis Communications Badger VMS Baltic Networks Barco Bellevue University BICSI Bionym Blackline GPS, Inc. Blauer Bold Technologies, Ltd. Boly Media Communications, Inc. Boon Edam, Inc. Bosch Security Systems, Inc. BrickHouse Security BriefCam, Ltd. Brivo Systems, LLC Brownyard Group Brownyard Programs, Ltd. BRS Labs Bruker Detection Corporation BSI America Professional Services Business Solutions Magazine C.R. Laurence Company, Inc. CALL24 Wireless Callbox Systems Calpipe Security Bollards CalSys, Inc. Cambridge Security Seals Canon USA CAP Index, Inc. Card Scanning Solutions CardExchange Solutions cardPresso Lda. CAST Lighting, LLC CEIA USA Celayix Software CELLBUSTERS

Center for Personal Protection and Safety Charon Technologies Check Point Software Technologies Christie Cisco CITEL America, Inc. CKR Global Clark Security Products, Inc. Clinton Electronics Corporation Cloud Security Alliance CNB Technology, Inc. CNL Software, Inc. Cobalt Technologies COBHAM Surveillance Cochrane USA Code Blue Corporation Cognitec Systems CohuHD ColorID, LLC Command and Control Technologies Corporation COMMEND, Inc. Commissionaires Comm-Works COMNET Competitive Edge Software, Inc. Comtrol Concentric Security, LLC Continental Access Control Risks Contronics Technologies Convex Coprometro USA Corporate Marketing & Communications Eurotech Cortelco Costar Video Systems CoverXSecurity CrimShield, Inc. Critical Solutions International CSO Magazine CyberLock, Inc. Cygnus Security Media CyTech Services D3 Security Management Systems DAQ Electronics, LLC Datacard Group DataDirect Networks David-Link Fingerprint USA Corporation DEANSTEEL Manufacturing Company Deister Electronics USA, Inc.

Designed Security, Inc. (DSI) DeTekion Security Systems, Inc. DETEX DICE Corporation Diebold Security Digital ID Solutions, LLC Digital Management Solutions – Netvision Digital Watchdog D-Link Systems, Inc. DMP DoorKing, Inc. Dortronics Systems, Inc. DRS Technologies, Inc. Drum Cussac DSC DSI Security Services, Inc. DSX Access Systems, Inc. D-TEG America, LLC DynaLock Corporation Dynasound, Inc. Eagle Eye Networks ECKey Smartphone Access Control ecos systems, Inc. Eid Passport, Inc. EK Ekcessories ELC Security Products Elmo Company, Ltd. Elpas Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Worldwide EMC Isilon EnConn eSentire ESRI Essen Trade Shows Europ Assistance USA Evax Systems Everest Colleges, Institutes, & Universities/CCi EverFocus Electronics Corporation Exacq Technologies, Inc. Executive Protection Institute Explosive Countermeasures International FaceFirst Fairchild Imaging Fiber SenSys, Inc. Firetide Fisher Labs FLIR Systems, Inc. Fluidmesh Networks Ford Commercial Truck Fortem FreightWatch International Frontier Medex FST21, Ltd.


FujiFilm North America Corporation Fujitsu Frontech North America, Inc. Future Fibre Technologies FutureNet Security Solutions G4S GAI-Tronics Corporation Galaxy Control Systems Gallagher North America, Inc. Galls, LLC (Quartermaster, LLC) Garner Products, Inc. Garrett Metal Detectors Gatekeeper Security Gavin de Becker & Associates GBO Technology Genetec GeoVision, Inc. GET Group Geutebruck Security, Inc. Global Engineering Security Systems, Inc. Global Rescue, LLC GSN: Government Security News Guardian 8 Corporation Guardly Corporation Guardsmark, LLC Guidance Software Gunnebo Entrance Control HDC, Inc. Heightened-Security, Inc. Henley-Putnam University HGH Infrared Systems, Inc. HID Global HIDDENTEC USA, Inc. HIRSCH/Identive Hitachi America, Ltd., Security Solutions Group HMA Consulting, Inc. Homeland Security News Wire Honeywell Security Huffmaster/VirSec HySecurity Gate Operators i3 International IDenticard Systems IdentiSys, Inc. Identive Group IDP Card Printers IDScan.net IDTECK Co., Ltd. IDV Solutions IFSEC International iJET International Ikegami Electronics Illinois Engineered Products

Iluminar Image First Uniforms Image Sensing Systems ImmerVision IndigoVision, Inc. Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies Ingress Control, Inc. Innometriks, Inc. Inspired eLearning, Inc. InstaKey Security System Installations, Inc. INTELLIKEY Corporation International Security Buyer International SOS INTERSEC InTime Solutions, Inc. Intransa, Inc. Iomnis Surveillance Solutions iOmniscient Corporation IPVideo Corporation IQinVision IRIS Companies, (The) IRIS Digital Video Systems Iris ID Systems, Inc. Irvine Sensors Corporation ISC/SIA Events Iveda Solutions iView Systems Izzo Insurance Services, Inc. Johnson Controls, Inc. Jolly Technologies, Inc. Jupiter Systems K R Morghann, LLC K2 Solutions, Inc. Kaba Access & Data Systems Americas Kantech Kaspersky Lab KBC Networks Keri Systems, Inc. Key Systems, Inc. Key Tracer Systems, Inc. Key-Bak KEYper Systems KeyTrak, Inc. Krieger Specialty Products Kroll Advisory Solutions KSP & Van Lock Security Group KT&C USA Kwantek Laminex, Inc. Lanner Electronics, Inc. Laser Shot LawMate America LEID Products, LLC Lewis University

Liberty Uniform Manufacturing Company, Inc. LifeSafety Power, Inc. Liftmaster LightLOC (Division of Woven Electronics) Linear, LLC Location, Inc. Locinox USA Lockmasters, Inc. Logical Decisions, Inc. Logipix International, Ltd. Louroe Electronics LP Software Madico Window Films Magnasphere Corporation Mandiant Marathon High Performance Doors March Networks Marietta Sensors, LLC Marks USA Marshall Electronics Maxxess Systems, Inc. MBM Corporation McGard, LLC Messe Frankfurt, Inc. MG2 Camera Lowering Systems Micro Key Solutions MicroPower Technologies, Inc. Microsemi Corporation Microsoft Corporation Mifram Security Milestone Systems Mircom Group of Companies MKS Instruments Mobotix Corporation Modular Security Systems, Inc. Monitor America Monitor Dynamics Moog, Inc. Morpho Detection, Inc. MorphoTrak Morse Watchmans, Inc. Motorola Solutions, Inc. MSA Security NAPCO Security Technologies, Inc. Nasatka Security National Cybersecurity Institute at Excelsior College National Service Alliance NaviGate by Lauren Innovations NC4 NCP Engineering, Inc. NEC Corporation of America NEDAP

Every industry product and service category is represented. • Access Control • Administration and Training • Alarms • Armored Cars • Asset Tracking • Background Screening • Biometric Technology • CCTV Cameras/Systems • Central Station Monitoring • Communication/IT • Communications Equipment • Computer Security • Consulting Services • Detection Equipment • Deterrent Equipment • Door Control Hardware • Education, Training • Emergency Equipment • Facility Loss Prevention • Forensic/Investigation • Guard Services • Identification Products • Information Systems Security • Integrated Security Systems/ Building Management Systems • Internet Security • Investigative Equipment/Services • IP Networking Products • Lighting (commercial) • Locks • Mass Notification • Parking and Traffic Control • Perimeter Protection • Personal Equipment (uniforms, badges, footwear, etc.) • Personal Protection • SAAS (software as a service) • Security Doors • Software Applications • Storage • Surveillance Equipment

Network Video Technologies New Security Technologies Nexcom Next Level Security Systems, Inc. NFC Village NICE Systems, Inc. NIGHTSTICK NITEK Norton Hardware Company, Ltd. 3 Nova Security Group, Inc. NUUO US, Inc. On Guard Apparel OnSSI (On-Net Surveillance Systems, Inc.) Ontario – Canada Delegation Open Options, Inc. OpenEye Oplink Security Optellios, Inc. OPTEX, Inc. Orion Images Corporation OSSI (OLTIS Security Systems Intern Paperless Proposal Parabit Systems, Inc. Par-Kut International, Inc. Patriot3, Inc. Paxton Access, Inc. Pelco by Schneider Electric Perceptics, LLC Petersen Manufacturing Company, Inc. Philadelphia Insurance Company PhishMe, Inc. Photonis USA Pinetron (AJIN) Pivot International, Inc. Pivot3 Plasco ID Point Grey Research, Inc. POWDERSAFE Pty., Ltd. Power Electric PPM 2000, Inc. PRO Barrier Engineering Prosegur Protech/Protection Tech Protection One, Inc. Pro-Vigil, Inc. Proxim Wireless Proximex PSA Security Network PureTech Systems, Inc. QNAP, Inc. QSA Global – Envision Products Quantum Secure, Inc. Quantum Technology Sciences, Inc.

Quatro Electronics, Ltd. Quintron Systems, Inc. Q-Wire Technologies Rath Security Raytec RBH Access Technologies, Inc. RBtec Perimeter Security System Reconyx, Inc. RedCloud Redline Communications Remote Tracking Systems, Inc. Research Electronics International, LLC RF IDeas, Inc. RGB Spectrum RICOH Americas Corporation, Industrial Optical System Risk & Strategic Management Corporation Rochling Glastic Composites ROFU International Corporation Rosslare Security Products RS2 Technologies, LLC RSSI Barriers RTM Soft Russ Bassett Corporation Rytec High Performance Doors S2 Security Corporation Safety Technology International, Inc. (STI) SAIC SAINT Corporation Salient Systems Salto Systems, Inc. Samsung Techwin America SAS R&D Services, Inc. Savant Schneider Electric School/College Planning and Management Screencheck North America SDC-Security Door Controls SDM & Security Magazines SEB Security SecurAmerica, LLC SecureWatch24 Securitas Security Services USA, Inc. Securitech Group, Inc. Security 101 Security Director News and Security Systems News

• Systems Integration Products • Vehicle Protection Systems • Vehicles/Accessories • Video Analytics • Video Surveillance • Weapons and Tactical/Protection Equipment • Wire and Cable

ACT NOW—70% of the exhibit hall is already gone (and we expect a sold-out show this year)!

• Wireless Equipment

September 29–October 2, 2014 | Atlanta, Georgia | www.securityexpo.org

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2013 Exhibitors Continued Security Information Systems, Inc. Security Innovation, Inc. Security Journal Security Management Security Products Magazine Security Sales & Integration Magazine Security-Net Seguridad en America Magazine Segway, Inc. Seneca Senstar, Inc. Sentry View Systems Sentry360 SentryNet Shanghai Xinfan Container Fittings Company, Ltd. Shuttle Computer SIEDLE Sielox, LLC Siemens Industry, Inc. SightLogix Signals Defenses, LLC SimplyRFiD Site-Secure Smart Cabling & Transmission Corporation Smarter Security Smiths Detection Software House Solink Corporation Sony Electronics SORHEA, Inc. Southwest Microwave, Inc. SPECO Technologies SpotterRF SRI International Sarnoff Stanley Security Solutions Stay Online STENTOFON/Zenitel USA Stone Panels, Inc. STOPware, Inc. Strikeforce Sports, LLC Sun Surveillance, Inc. Superior Uniform Group SureView Systems SurGard Synology America Corporation T.S. MicroTech, Inc. Tactical Products Group TagMaster North America, Inc. TAKEX AMERICA, Inc. Talk-A-Phone Tansa TASER International TDS (Time Data Security), Ltd. Teachout Security Solutions Team NiSCA TEAM Software, Inc.

Telaeris, Inc. Teletrac – Fleet Management Solutions Tesor Plus Corporation Tether Technologies, Inc. Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service The Anvil Group, Ltd. The International Association of Privacy Professionals The Mechanic Group, Inc. The Steele Foundation Theia Technologies Thermal Radar THETW Company, Ltd. Thomas Edison State College Thomson Reuters Tianjin Tiandy Digital Technology Company, Ltd. Tilt-A-Way/Ideal Manufacturing, Inc. TKH Security Solutions USA, Inc. Today’s Facility Manager Total Recall Corporation ToteVision Tower Solutions Tracktik – Security Management System Traka USA TrakLok Corporation Transformational Security, LLC TransTech Systems, Inc. Tridium Trikke Tech Triple Canopy TSi Power Turnstile Security Systems, Inc. Tyco Integrated Security Tyco Security Products TydenBrooks Tymetal Corporation U.S. Postal Inspection Service U.S. Security Associates Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. UL Ultra Electronics – USSI Unified Protective Services, Inc. x UniPro Uniforms UNISYS Corporation United States Bullet Proofing, Inc. Universal Services of America University Alliance University of Denver University of Phoenix UTC Climate, Controls & Security Valcom Valor Systems, Inc.

Vanderbilt Industries Ventas de Seguridad Latinoamerica Verint Video Solutions Vertex Standard Video Insight, Inc. Video Mount Products Videology Imaging Solutions, Inc. Videotec Security, Inc. VidSys, Inc. VIEVU VIEWZ Vigilant Robots VIGITRON, Inc. Viking Electronics, Inc. Viper Network Systems Viscount Systems, Inc. Vision Database Systems Visitor Pass Solutions by Data Management, Inc. Vismo – Global Tracking Solutions Visonic VIVOTEK USA, Inc. Vizbee RFID Solutions VOTI, Inc. Vumii Imaging, Inc. Wanco, Inc. Warson Brands, Inc. Wausau Tile, Inc. WavestoreUSA Webster University Weiser Security Services, Inc. Weldex Corporation Wellspring Info WESCO CSC Westermo Data Communications Western Digital Whelan Security Wilson Bohannan Padlock Company Windy City Wire Winland Electronics, Inc. Winncom Technologies Winsted Corporation WireCrafters, LLC WireWall High Security Fence Systems, LLC Wuhan Guide Infrared Company, Ltd. Xiamen Leading Optics Company, Ltd. X-Ray Center, Ltd. XTec, Inc. Xtralis Xtreme Green Products Zebra Technologies Zhuhai iSmart Digital Company, Ltd. Zistos Corporation

“We had a great experience at our first ASIS Seminar and Exhibits. The show presented a perfect opportunity to expose end users to WavestoreUSA’s open platform video management and recording solutions and reinforce our commitment to existing and prospective integrators. We are currently sorting through what we feel are solid, qualified leads. We look forward to next year’s show.” —Mike Scirica, Vice President of Marketing and Sales, WavestoreUSA

“Each year, the interactions we have at our booth get better and better. The 2013 show was one of the most productive for us and clearly the one for security directors and security consultants to attend and learn about new security and life-safety solutions. We’re looking forward to another great show in Atlanta in 2014!” —Thanasis Molokotos, President and CEO, ASSA ABLOY Americas

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Don’t miss this opportunity to reach security’s top decision-makers.

Contact Information Exhibit Sales +1.703.683.8500 asissales@ntpshow.com Show Management Shannon Burch, CEM Director of Exhibitions +1.703.518.1424 shannon.burch@asisonline.org Mary Higham, CEM Manager, Exhibits +1.703.518.1448 mary.higham@asisonline.org

RESERVE YOUR SPACE TODAY!

Advertising Sandy Wade Publisher +1.703.518.1453 sandy.wade@asisonline.org

Celebrating a legacy of commitment to your success—for six decades and counting.

Marketing Ellen Bonanno Manager, Marketing +1.703.518.1405 ellen.bonanno@asisonline.org

ASIS Global Conferences Ask about additional exhibiting opportunities.

Mark Mayhew Exhibits Assistant +1.703.518.1422 mark.mayhew@asisonline.org

7th Asia-Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition 3–5 DECEMBER 2013 MACAU, CHINA

General ASIS 2014 Information Facility Information Georgia World Congress Center 285 Andrew Young International Blvd., N.W. Atlanta, GA 30313-1591 +1.404.223.4000 www.gwcc.com Seminar Dates September 29–October 2, 2014 (Monday–Thursday) Exhibit Dates/Times September 29–October 1, 2014 9:00 am–4:30 pm (Monday– Tuesday) 9:00 am–3:30 pm (Wednesday)

Booth Fees $52.00 per square foot, minimum booth size is 10' x 10'

5th Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition

Installation Friday, September 26** Saturday, September 27 Sunday, September 28 8:00 am–6:00 pm (all three days)

24th New York Security Conference & Expo

Set-up must be completed by 6:00 pm on Sunday. Dismantling Wednesday, October 1 3:30 pm–10:00 pm

16–18 FEBRUARY 2014 DUBAI, UAE

13–14 MARCH 2014 NEW YORK, NY USA

13th European Security Conference & Exhibition 1–3 APRIL 2014 THE HAGUE, NETHERLANDS

Dedicated Exhibit Hours* 9:00 am–11:00 am daily 3:00 pm–4:30 pm daily (ends 3:30 pm on Wednesday) * Show hours that don’t compete with Seminar sessions and events. ** Friday set-up is not available to all exhibitors; please refer to the targeted move-in floor plan.

Security Buyer’s Forum 16–18 JULY 2014 BONITA SPRINGS, FL USA

The Power Behind the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits ASIS International (ASIS) is the preeminent organization for security professionals, with more than 38,000 members worldwide. Founded in 1955, ASIS is dedicated to increasing the effectiveness and productivity of security professionals by developing educational and networking opportunities that address broad security interests, such as the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits, as well as specific security topics. ASIS also advocates the role and value of the security management profession to business, the media, government entities, and the public. By providing members and the security community with access to a full range of programs and services, and by publishing the industry’s number one magazine—Security Management—ASIS leads the way for advanced and improved security performance.

September 29–October 2, 2014 | Atlanta, Georgia | www.securityexpo.org

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