International Security Expo returns to London this September

International Security Expo returns to London this September

International Security Expo will return to Olympia, London from 28 – 29 September, reuniting the entire security market at the show’s first face-to-face event for over 18 months

Over 14,000 vetted visitors will come together under one roof looking to source the latest security products and solutions for Government, CNI, major events, law enforcement, military, and more.

Security professionals from the Middle East and around the world will be able to peruse the stands of more than 400 global exhibitors, each showcasing cutting edge innovations and next-generation capabilities. The line-up includes the likes of Apstec, HS Security Group, Mitie, Bastion Security Products,Adani, Leidos, Heras, Marshalls and more. Plus, for the first time in the show’s history, International Security Expo will be co-located with a brand-new cyber security event, The International Cyber Expo, which will bridge the gap between the physical and cyber security industries.

The major-scale event will offer security professionals an exclusive opportunity to source, test and buy the latest game-changing solutions from the world’s leading suppliers. While a number of dedicated zones will enable exhibitors to demonstrate their product capabilities, technological advancements and high-level solutions.

In association with LPCB and supported by PSSA, the Perimeter Protection Zone will feature the latest products from fencing, barriers, bollards, video surveillance and intruder detection, with a Live Testing Lab showing these physical security products in action. The zone will host exhibitors including Barkers Fencing (part of the ATG Group and HS Security), Fast Line Steel Services, Surelock McGill.

The Disaster and Resilience Zone will showcase the latest products to remain resilient during a crisis as well as the solutions to recover and the tools to rebuild from. Exhibitors include Everbridge, Safeguard Medical, Fischer Panda,Pilgrims Risk management Group and Hippo Multipower as well as SCEG which will be hosting its very own pavilion within the Zone. Visitors will be able to learn from thought provoking presentations and panel discussions in the zone’s dedicated conference theatre. Plus, the event’s exceptionally popular Drone & Counter UAV Zone will return for 2021, hosting exhibitors including Robin Radar, SeeQuestor, D-Fend Solutions, Metis Aerospace Ltd, NSO Group, Live Link Aerospace and Riegl.

With innovation at the heart of the event, this year’s free-of-charge and CPD certified educational programme is set to deliver the latest insights, analysis and invaluable perspective from world-leading security, police and cyber industry experts, discussing mitigation strategies, best practices and high-level policy. Highlights include Temitope Olodo, President of the Africa Security Forum, presenting a session on how the face of terrorism is evolving and why nations must rewrite their CVE strategy to win the war of terror.

Referencing recent case studies, Sergeant Peter Lucas, Community and Business Engagement, National Project Servator Team at City of London Police, will focus on how operations, community engagement and communications can be used to disrupt hostile activity at major events, with an introduction to hostile reconnaissance. Giving a very personal account in the first of the ‘Realities of Terror’ sessions, a real-life hostage, Peter Moore, will share his account of being taken hostage for 946 days, whilst a contractor in Iraq 2007 will highlight his own hard-hitting reality of living with terrorists for 2 years, 7 months and 1 day.<

Helping to shape the agenda, a carefully curated Advisory Council made up of the most credible government, industry and leading academic stakeholders has been formed to ensure the exhibition accurately reflects the security industry and covers the full spectrum of security trends. An impressive 62 industry experts sit on this panel, including the likes of
Dr Abdulla Al Hashimi, Chief Executive Officer of Emirates Group Security, Chris Trelawny, Director of Security, International Maritime Organisation, IMO, Mark Pearce, Head of Security at Emirates Stadium and Julian Platt, Deputy National Coordinator, Counter Terrorism Policing, PROTECT & PREPARE, NaCTSO & NCTPHQ.

International Security Expo, Event Director Rachael Shattock said: “This past year has shown us that we live in unprecedented and uncertain times and as such, protecting our security for all eventualities is more important than ever before. As the world begins to open up again, we are delighted to host the show’s first physical event in over 18 months and connect the security industry through face-to-face meetings. With such an incredible Advisory Council behind us, we’re confident we can deliver an event that no law enforcement or security professional can miss.”

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