International Security Expo and International Disaster Response Expo are leading conduits bringing Government, Private and Commercial security professionals together to discuss the latest technologies, issues and best practices in security.
Who attends International Security Expo is sensitive, as are some of the conversations talking place and it is important that press respects their privacy. However, given security is a critical part of everyday life and the Government campaigns such as ACT are showing how important it is to get the security message spread as widely as possible, it is important that the press is given as free access to the International Security Expo, as practical.
The International Security Expo is operated under the Chatham House Rule. Attributed reporting must be with the express permission of the individual being quoted and notified to the organisers.
No Filming, photography or recording is allowed without the express permission of the organisers and all image or audio recording capabilities uses for press/media purposes are to be registered with the organisers. If press are intending to use photography or any type of recording equipment they must get a ‘Permission Pass’ from the press registration desk at the main entrance. Press will receive a list of people/areas they are strictly not permitted to record.