20 - 22 January 2019, Dubai

Intersec Middle East Security Conference

January 22 - 23, 2018 I Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre, UAE

The Middle East security market is set to witness double-digit growth rates in the coming years as regional governments and the private sector look for improved technologies to better protect assets, people, businesses, and borders.

Infrastructural investment, rising risk of perceived threat activities, new regulations and government mandates, and stringent implementations are leading to increased adoption of multi-dimensional and integrated security systems and solutions in the region.

Recent industry reports indicate that the Middle East market continues to mature with end users seeking further knowledge regarding the benefits of many new technologies and security solutions. End users continually seek to implement integrated security solutions that provide added value above those required to comply with regulations.

With increasing complexity of security requirements, the discussions at the Intersec Middle East Security Conference will evaluate innovative technologies and new approaches and will also assess the changing paradigm of the Middle East security market.

Some of the key topics that will be in focus at the Intersec Middle East Security Conference which will be held alongside the exhibition on 22 – 23 January 2018 includes:

• International Best Practices on the Security of Critical Infrastructure
• Strategies for Integrating Multi-Layered Security Systems to Provide Greater Business Value
• Upgrading Infrastructure and Defense Mechanisms to Boost Enterprise Retail Security
• Improvising Technology to Upgrade CCTV Forensics... and more

The conference will also feature the 2nd edition of the Security Industry Regulatory Agency (SIRA) Forum providing an update on the security regulatory law in Dubai.

Who Should Attend?

Directors, Head, Vice Presidents, Team Leaders, Supervisors, Managers, Superintendents, Consultants and Chiefs in-charge of:

• Airport Security
• Asset Security, Protection and Facilities Management
• Business Continuity
• Contingency Planning and Loss Prevention
• Corporate Security
• Crisis and Disaster Management
• Cyber, Information and IT Security
• Emergency Response and Services
• Emergency Services
• Industrial Safety and Security
• Infrastructure Security
• Risk Assessment and Management
• Safety and Security Training, Inspection and Control
• Transport Security
• Other related job functions

From (Industries Involved):

• Banks and Financial Institutions
• Airports, Railways and Seaports
• Oil and Gas Companies
• Defense and Homeland Security Establishments
• Chemical companies
• Government Authorities, Police and Security Agencies
• Government Facilities
• IT, Telecom and Communications
• Manufacturing Companies
• Public Infrastructure and Utilities
• Special Events
• Stadiums and Religious places
• Transportation Companies
• Other related industries