February 19, 2017

PROTECT 2017’s International Exhibition and Conference Security and Safety

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  • Learn and experience the latest in security and technology in PROTECT 2017’s International  Exhibition and Conference on Security and Safety. Happening on March 29-30, 2017 at the SMX Convention Center in Pasay City, people will be able to see a showcase of the technological advances and innovations that would solve challenges in security.

    Image grabbed from PROTECT 2017’s website

    According to their official website, “PROTECT is an international exhibition and conference on Security and Safety which Leverage International (Consultants) Inc. organizes every year.” It was launched in 2005 as a series that is devoted to security and safety.

    Aside from the exhibit of what’s the latest in technology, solutions, and services, PROTECT also hold series that would serve as a place create dialogue among government agencies, managers of critical infrastructures, and other agents when it comes to the concerns on security matters.

    “PROTECT brings to realization that all threats to security must be a commonly-shared task between the government and the private sector.”

    For more information regarding the event and the registration process, you may visit their website.



    What: PROTECT 2017’s International Exhibition and Conference on Security and Safety

    When: March 29-30, 2017

    Where: SMX Convention Center, Pasay City

    Registration Fee for delegates:

    Regular: P16,000

    National Government/ Supporting Organizations/ Exhibitors: P10,000


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