Your Invite… MPA Security Forum 2014 – 7 Guest Speakers – Informative, Interesting, Inspiring

The MPA Security Forum for 2014 is being held in Auckland on the 28th May and Wellington on the 29th May.

This event is a must for security focussed personnel, CIOs and IT managers.

The line up of guest speakers will discuss the challenges organisations are faced with in achieving true visibility within the operating environment and will showcase real world solutions for closing the loop.

“This year’s event is designed to include more speaker sessions, some interactive group discussions and a workshop component,” says Steve Macmillan, Managing Director of MPA New Zealand.

“We believe industry professionals will derive excellent value from attending the forum.”

Where are the events?

Auckland – Langham Hotel, Symonds St., Wednesday 28th May 2014

Wellington – Intercontinental Hotel, Grey St., Thursday 29th May 2014

Registration desk opens at 7.45am, first session commences at 8.30am.

Full details on the timetable, speakers and topics can be viewed at – http://www.mpa.co.nz/security-forum-2014.aspx

The event is free and open to industry professionals, with refreshments and lunch provided.

Places are limited meaning you will need to register your attendance. 

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