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Security Industry Association Announces Monthly Online TV Series

SIA Today will be featured on newly created GST TV channel

SILVER SPRING, MD -- The Security Industry Association (SIA) has created a monthly online TV series entitled "SIA Today." This powerful and informative series will be featured on the newly created Global Security Technology TV Channel (GST TV). The series will focus on the state of the ever-changing security industry, including new industry and technology trends. It serves as a significant B2B environment for the SIA membership, as well as for all leaders in the global security and technology space.

Dr. Tom Cellucci, former Chief Commercialization Officer for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and Dr. Ann-Christine Langselius, former marketing and sales vice president for the Swedish Defense & Security Government Agency, are the co-founders of GST TV Channel.

"Both Ann-Christine and I are honored to be working with such a prestigious organization as SIA because we know from experience how respected their people and programs are," said Dr. Cellucci.

"The SIA Today online TV series on GST TV will achieve three major goals and objectives for SIA," said SIA's CEO Don Erickson. "First, it offers our members the benefit of a global forum to inform others of their physical security solutions used to protect critical infrastructure. Second, it fulfills our strategic objective of furthering the SIA brand within the industry. Lastly, it will help to provide our members with timely information from key government decision makers."

GST TV Channel will produce their themed programs through an exclusive arrangement with Henninger Media Services (HMS), one of the Mid-Atlantic's most successful production companies.

The Security Industry Association (www.siaonline.org) is the leading trade association for electronic and physical security solution providers. SIA protects and advances its members' interests by advocating pro-industry policies and legislation at the federal and state levels; creating open industry standards that enable integration; advancing industry professionalism through education and training; opening global market opportunities; and fostering collaboration with other like-minded organizations. As a proud sponsor of ISC Expos and Conferences, and owner of the Securing New Ground Conference, SIA ensures its members have access to top-level buyers and influencers, as well as unparalleled learning and network opportunities.

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