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16/02/2009

ASIS accepting abstract submissions for Mid East conference

Alexandria, VA (USA)

ASIS International, the world's preeminent association for security professionals, is organizing its inaugural Middle East Security Conference, and is now accepting abstracts for presentations.


The 1st ASIS International Middle East Security Conference will take place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Dec. 6-9, 2009, and will feature more than 18 educational sessions for and by international security experts.

The conference will cover the spectrum of security topics, ranging from hotel security, loss prevention and maritime piracy to terrorism, executive protection, intellectual property rights and more.

Abstracts may be submitted here: http://asis.confex.com/asis/mideast2009/cfp.cgi. The deadline for submissions is April 3. The program committee will select presentations in May for the conference.


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