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The Philippines' Leading Security, Fire and Safety Event to Open Next Week

MANILA, Philippines, April 25, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- In just a week's time, the Philippines' security, fire and safety industry players will converge at the SMX Convention Centre, Metro Manila to get to know more about the latest technologies and products available in the industry. From 3 to 5 May 2017 , the exhibition, organised by UBM, is open to industry professionals and trade visitors alike.

The premier edition of IFSEC Philippines will showcase more than 120 world-renowned brands in CCTV, access control and biometrics, fire alarms, detection and protection, cyber security, home automation, physical security, perimeter protection and other product categories. Some of the leading participating brands are Axis Communications, Axxonsoft, Honeywell, Seagate, Dahua, Nemtek, Allied Telesis, Assa Abloy, HID Global, Kedacom, Microsoft, Samsung and more.

With cutting-edge products available on the show floor, IFSEC Philippines expects to receive around 5,000 trade visitors and professionals during the three-day event. Aside from the wide range of products and brands, visitors will enjoy free seminars and learning sessions during the event. IFSEC Philippines 2017 is offering more than 18 free-to-attend sessions on the show floor.

Visitors will have the opportunity to listen to hot topics presented by leading experts such as Undersecretary Catalino S. Cuy -- Officer in Charge of Department of the Interior and Local Government, Mr Raymund Liboro  -- Chairman of the National Privacy Commission, Police Supt. Marni C. Marcos Jr -- Acting Director of the Anti-Cybercrime Group of the Philippine National Police, General Tan Sri Dato ' Seri Admiral Mohamad Azumi (Rtd) -- Chairman of CyberSecurity Malaysia, and more.

Philippine industry players, trade buyers, government officials and corporations are invited to visit IFSEC Philippines 2017. Admission to both the exhibition and conferences is free. For more information on IFSEC Philippines 2017, conference programme, list of exhibitors, product categories and to register, visit

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