09 Dec Introducing the Security Middle East Conference 2023
Next year Security Middle East magazine celebrates its 25th birthday and so it seems a particularly fitting time to launch our brand-new conference which will debut in Saudi Arabia in May 2023.
The Security Middle East Conference 2023 will be highly interactive and bring together the security leaders of Saudi Arabia, along with the wider Middle East, for the opportunity to discuss and evaluate the future of the security landscape.
Our magazine will collaborate with Saudi Arabia’s security pioneers of today, who are shaping tomorrow’s future, in order to paint a clearer picture for our industry to see exactly how Saudi Arabia’s leadership will pave the way for the next wave of security innovators and influencers.
Discussions and debate at the conference will be focused on the rapid development of technologies, smart cities and giga projects in Saudi Arabia. The conference will provide expert insights, experienced opinions, guidance and practical solutions to overcome the wide-ranging security and risk management challenges the region will face as it strives to be a world leader for innovation and best practice.
The country is looking to showcase innovation and technology that has never been seen before on the global stage. Investment from the likes of SAFE and the PIF into giga projects are positioning Saudi at the forefront of development, best practice and innovation. Our conference is perfectly aligned with Saudi Vision 2030 and we recognise that Saudi Arabia is leading the way in the Middle East when it comes to delivering on these projects.
The full-day conference will be held at the Hilton Hotel & Residences Riyadh on the 9th May 2023. We will host keynote speeches from the region’s stakeholders, leading experts and governmental and military officials. We will also host panel discussions where we’ll be joined by innovators of future developments and influencers in the region.
Over the coming weeks we’ll be announcing our advisory board who is helping to shape the direction and content of the conference. Plus revealing our final line up for our keynote speeches and panel discussions.