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What does SGC stand for?

SGC stands for Security Growth Conference


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a turnkey provider of technology-based integrated electronic security solutions, today announced that it plans to present at the Seventh Annual Security Growth Conference at the Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel in Santa Monica, California on Tuesday, March 3rd at 9:35 am PST (12:35 pm ET).
March 5 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- WHAT: The 5th Annual Security Growth Conference, hosted by USBX Advisory Services, LLC, brings together CEOs and senior executives of the top independent security companies along with members of the financial community to facilitate strategic objectives in the Security Industry and explore new business opportunities and ways to leverage their company's strengths to achieve greater success.
Digimarc Corporation (NASDAQ: DMRC) today announced Chairman and CEO Bruce Davis will present an update on the Company's business and position as the leading provider of secure government-issued driver licenses and IDs in North America at the 6th annual Security Growth Conference.
TSX: BYT), a leading provider of enterprise access control technology, announced today that the Company's President and CEO, Robert Williams, will be speaking at the fifth annual Security Growth Conference to be held at Loews Santa Monica Beach Hotel on March 6 and 7.
Annual Ranking at Security Growth Conference Recognizes Achievements in Closed Loop SOA Governance LOS ANGELES -- SOA Software, the leading provider of comprehensive SOA and Web services governance, management, security, and mediation solutions, today announced that it has been named one of "100 Middle Market Security Companies You Should Know" by USBX Advisory Services at the annual Security Growth Conference.