A free of charge conference held by the British Security Industry Association (BSIA) is set to help South East businesses stay ahead of emerging security challenges.
The Business Crime Conference, scheduled to take place on 30 November at Surrey's Sandown Park, has been organised by the Federation of Small Businesses in conjunction with the Surrey, Sussex, Hampshire, Kent and Thames Valley Police forces, BSIA.co.uk reports. Surrey Police's chief constable Mark Rowley will officially kick-off the event proceedings.
All aspects of business security from cash processing and management to premises security are likely to be up for discussion with a wide-range of industry specialists. Local authorities, retailers, facilities managers and security consultants will all be in attendance as will London 2012 Olympic representatives.
Event organiser, Christine Brooks of the BSIA, comments: "This one-day security-focused event is aimed at providing businesses with the latest information and guidance on business security.
"With a series of informative presentations planned, covering economic, social and environmental topics, the event will give delegates an insight into how they can keep their staff and businesses safe and secure in these challenging times."
More than 20 exhibitors are also expected to show off the latest security products and services on the day.