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Due to the uncertainty over the coronavirus, some Security TWENTY dates have been moved back in the calendar. STS, the invite-only event at the end of March at Celtic Manor near Newport in south Wales, is also postponed.
Because of the re-scheduled IFSEC date which is now running from September 8 to 10, instead of mid-May it would have clashed with ST20 Belfast and ST20 Dublin. So the Belfast and Dublin dates have been pushed back, to September 29, and October 1. The venues remain the same – the Europa Hotel, in Belfast; and the Red Cow Moran Hotel, on the outskirts of Dublin.
ST20 Glasgow was due to be the next in the series of conference-exhibitions, on April 22; instead it’s been pushed back to November 24, again at the same venue, the Hilton Hotel, in William Street.
The other two ST dates remain as they were – ST Manchester is July 14, at the same venue, the Principal on Oxford Road (pictured), and London is at the Park Inn, Heathrow, on November 5.
Roy Cooper, MD of Professional Security Magazine, said: “However, we will continue to monitor the situation with the virus and will consider moving these if we have to. The health and safety of our visitors, our exhibitors, sponsors and my own staff is more important than subjecting them to any risk from catching the virus.”
For the dates and venues in full visit https://www.professionalsecurity.co.uk/security-events-and-conferences/security-twenty-home/.