Tens Of Thousands Of Security Professionals About To Descend On Philadelphia

The American Society Of Industrial Security (ASIS) is holding it’s yearly conference  in  Philadelphia Pa starting September 10th. The ASIS show is the biggest private security trade show of the year and tens of thousands of security professionals will be in attendance.

LawMate America will be set up and displaying several new products for the first time. Last year, LawMate released very thin and portable Stick-It covert video systems with motion activated cameras and built in DVRs as the ASIS show in Orlando. This year, LawMate is continuing the covert video revolution  with the introduction of the wafer thin  Thermometer/Clock Covert Video System. This new stationary covert video system let’s you place it on any desk, counter-top or table and or  stick-it on any wall or door in a matter of seconds.

This is what LawMate says about this new innovation: The age of bulk in stationary covert video is over! You can now carry this thin covert video recording studio in – in your pocket and place-it on any counter, table or desk or stick-it anywhere there is a wall is 30 seconds or less! You can now have covert video both ways and have it the way you want it! The amazing and ingenious Covert Video Stick-Its invented by LawMate contains a complete covert video system built into a Thermometer and now lets you stick-it on a wall or place-it on a table. counter top. desk or mantel! With LawMate Stick-it tape, you can now set up and place covert video on walls anywhere in 30 seconds or less. This is innovative stationary covert video at it’s best! Great for any room in a house, an office, a hotel room, a meeting room, a garage or workshop, a retail store or anywhere there is a wall! You can now Stick-it and/or set-up and have covert video any time you want it in a matter of a few seconds. Each Stick-it system contains a LawMate grade covert video camera, LawMate grade built in DVR and LawMate grade motion sensor built right into the unit. With motion activation and time and date stamping, covert video operations are now very simple, very easy and very fast! You will obtain your covert video evidence every time. Your covert video Stick-It records to a micro SD card hidden inside the unit. Cover plates can be removed quickly and easily to access the Micro SC Card. Simply remove the card every day or so to review the covert video evidence and place a new card in it’s place to continue your covert video operations.

LawMate is also releasing and displaying as ASIS for the first time the PV900FHD which looks like a cell phone but is really a complete covert video recording studio in your pocket with stealth mode recording ability.  Here is what they are saying about the new PB900FHD Invisible Secrets:

The LawMate evolution continues with the new PV900FHD! This is high end covert bodywear innovation at it’s best! The PV900FHD Invisible Secrets DVR is a law enforcement grade DVR built into a modern looking cell phone that has motion activation, time and data stamping and high grade covert video recording! This new innovation from LawMate also has an amazing covert video zoom for your special operations and covert surveillance needs! The high grade, high resolution low light hidden CCD camera is built into the top of the cell phone. Press a secret function key once you turn the covert video system on for recording and the screen of the cell phone looks like a normal cell phone. No one but you knows that it is recording video. Once the covert video operation footage is obtained, simply walk away with your cell phone. Press another secret function key and the high resolution video with time and date stamping can then be reviewed with the high resolution cell phone screen. This new updated innovation from LawMate also has a still photo surveillance function so you can also quickly take still surveillance photos whenever and wherever you need to!

Here are some ASIS spotlighted highlights for 2012!

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will address Seminar attendees at the networking luncheon, taking place Monday, September 10, from 12:00-1:30 pm.
  • New Sessions Added to the Education Lineup

    From food defense to the U.S. Department of Justice’s Nationwide Suspicious Reporting Initative, the ASIS 2012 education lineup continues to expand. Be sure to check the online planner and mobile app for programming updates….
  • How to Navigate the ASIS 2012 Exhibits

    As a long time co-presenter of “What’s New on the Floor”, I’m often asked for advice on navigating the 230,000+ sq. feet of exhibit floor space. I understand how it can seem overwhelming…
  • Session Spotlight – Civil Disturbances: Trends, Tactics, and Mitigation Strategies for Private Security

    You do not have to look deep into today’s headlines to find incidents civil unrest, violent protests and mob-like behavior adversely affecting business and government operations. Whether it is turmoil in Europe…
  • ASIS and (ISC)2 to Offer Career Pavilion at ASIS 2012

    IT and security management practitioners attending ASIS 2012 can get the tools and advice to advance their career at the ASIS and (ISC)² Career Pavilion located in the Grand Hall…
  • New Education Sessions Announced

    Two new sessions, Community Based Policing: How Law Enforcement and Neighborhood Watches Can Work Together to Build Safer Communities and Strategies for a Catastrophic World, have been added to the ASIS 2012 education lineup…
  • Session Spotlight – 10 Career Risks to Manage Now

    Workforce surveys over the past few years have revealed that between 50 and 60 percent of workers want to make a job change. While those numbers may be somewhat surprising…
  • Join a Dine Around Dinner in Philadelphia

    Visiting Philadelphia and don’t know what’s “good” to eat? Love discovering local restaurants? Enjoy good food and camaraderie with fellow ASIS 2012 attendees by participating in Tuesday night’s “Dine Around” Philly event…
  • ASIS 2012 Mobile App Now Available

    Attendees of ASIS 2012 and the (ISC)2 Security Congress with a web-based smartphone or tablet can download the ASIS 2012 app for free and use its one-of-a-kind features with or without an internet connection….
  • First Time Attendee Tips

    ​So you’re going to the ASIS Seminar and Exhibits, congratulations! I attended my first show in 1991 and quickly realized that this event would find a permanent place in my professional development calendar. Now, as president…
  • Session Spotlight – Physical Security Professional 2022

    Do you know what PSIM is? Can your physical security system operate in the Cloud? Can you create a Common Operating Picture across your physical security network? Do you know what Common Operating Standards are for physical security systems?
  • Now Available! Detailed information on the 200+ Education and Networking Events

    Download the Seminar Overview (PDF-3MB) to learn what’s in store at ASIS 2012. Get full descriptions of pre-seminar programs, ASIS certification anniversary activities, 200+ education sessions, and the jam-packed schedule of networking events.
  • Session Spotlight – Personal Mobile Devices in the Enterprise: Security & Privacy Issues

    In the Third Annual ASIS Social Media Survey, respondents identified tablets and smart phones as the two biggest technologies that will drive our industry. The pressure that the leaders of many organizations are facing…
  • ASIS Standards and Guidelines sponsored sessions

    From a “how-to” session on implementing the Physical Asset Protection standard to “how we did it” case studies from practitioners that…
  • Join ASIS and Save

    The Annual Seminar and Exhibits is ASIS International’s flagship conference and the largest gathering of its members of the year. It’s where security management practitioners from around the world gather…
  • Spouse Program

    Bring your spouse or special guest with you to enjoy the sights and sounds of Philadelphia…
  • Pre-Seminar Programs

    Make the most of your time at ASIS 2012 by coming a day or two early for one of our eleven Pre-Seminar programs. These in-depth, hands-on programs…
  • New General Sessions Announced

    In addition to provocative keynotes, ASIS offers general sessions that cover today’s hottest issues. Hear from PBS host Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, veteran political reporter Chris Wallace, as well as panel discussions on….
  • Get to Know Philadelphia

    Most famously known as the birthplace of American democracy, Philadelphia is a city where history blends seamlessly with the present…
  • Hot off the Press – ASIS Seminar Preview!

    Download the ASIS 2012 Seminar preview for information on the program, speakers, networking events, and exhibits….
  • ElBaradei; Gates to Keynote ASIS 2012

    More than 20,000 security professionals will head to Philadelphia this September for the industry’s must-attend event of the year. If you are responsible for protecting human, logical, or physical assets you can’t afford to miss ASIS 2012….
  • ASIS Accolades Now Accepting Submissions

    Now in its third year, the ASIS Accolades competition provides exhibiting companies at the Annual Seminar and Exhibits, an opportunity to showcase their innovative new product or service….

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Ralph Thomas is author of over 32 books on various aspects of conducting investigations, founder and director of The National Association Of Investigative Specialists,CEO of Thomas Investigative Publications, Inc, The Spy Exchange And Security Center and SpyTek Wholesale Imports. Thomas is a member of the Executive Security Council of Griffith Colson Intelligence Service, a private intelligence agency. Thomas's latest project is NAIStv on the Griffith Media TV Network. He has also developed A Native American Store in Georgetown Texas called Tribal Impressions. You can review his person home page off of: http://www.pimall.com/thomas

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