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INTERNATIONAL SECURITY EXPO

 Day one of the conference, themed ‘COVID, Refugees & implications from Ukraine’ will look at at preparation, planning and ensuring resilient capabilities, through to reacting when the situation develops and changes, to identifying lessons and turning them into better planning. Day two, themed ‘Environmental Resilience Media/Comms & Convergence’ examines how environmental impacts are affecting businesses and organisations in more ways every day, and how building environmental considerations into resilience planning is essential to meet increasing ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) requirements, a critical part of all risk registers. Also covered, communications will either make or break a resilience plan should elements of it ever have to be executed, yet many organisations have a reluctance to be proactive. Delegates will discover how to use comms and media to underpin resilience plans proactively. As security systems become more vulnerable to a greater attack surface, the conference will examine how to build security resilience into a greater interconnected network. DRONES & COUNTER UAV ZONE The technology behind drones and counter UAV systems will be on display in this popular zone hosting worldleading suppliers which can provide solutions to tackle the security threat posed by the rapid increase in drone use. Click here for the latest details. INTERNATIONAL SECURITY CONFERENCE The International Security Conference delivers CPD-certified content that will help delegates understand security best practice as applied to a range of different scenarios, and provides an ideal opportunity to get practical advice from some of the most qualified names in the security industry. Day one, entitled ‘Protect Duty/

ENSURING SOLUTIONS MATCH THE IMAGE OF THE AREAS THEY ARE DESIGNED TO PROTECT IS SET TO BECOME AN IMPORTANT PART OF IMPLEMENTING THE PROTECT DUTY LEGISLATION. THIS WILL BE ADDRESSED ON DAY ONE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SECURITY CONFERENCE PALs, Night-Time Economy, Leisure & Events’ will consider Publicly Accessible Locations (PALs) - a major focus for the industry throughout 2022/23, with the Protect Duty being debated in Parliament and bringing in the first primary legislation mandating levels of security for those responsible for PALs. Day one examines many of the practical issues surrounding its implementation, covering the proposed legislation itself and will include case studies of how public and privately controlled PALs, such as iconic buildings and concert areas, can prepare. Ensuring solutions match the image of the areas they are designed to protect is set to become an important part of implementing the Protect Duty, and linking the legislation and design issues to practicalities is a fundamental element. Case studies and panel discussions will explore this in detail across the Night-Time Economy, Leisure and Events. Day two of the International Security Conference, entitled ‘CNI, Aviation & Transport’, focuses on the changes in volume of traffic through airports and along rail networks and the difficulties in securing fuel supplies, water and power. The challenges of continuing to deliver output in an ever-shifting security landscape have changed – what is the reality and how is it impacting these industries? This conference will look at the priorities facing security decision-makers across the CNI, Aviation and Transport arena. COVID and its impact on transport

sees the conference explore a new subject – biosecurity – and ask what more should we be doing? Click here for the latest conference programme. SPECIALIST PAVLIONS The Counter Threat Pavilion, in partnership with CBRN-UK and Counter-EO UK, will feature members from both specialist groups, showcasing the latest capabilities to reduce the likelihood of a CBRN attack and the integrated solutions based on British excellence to counter the IED threat. There will be two demonstrations daily from both CBRN-UK and Counter-EO UK, along with two joint demonstrations a day. The SCEG Pavilion will highlight a number of companies that deliver security in challenging and complex environments on land and at sea. SCEG companies are well regulated and compliant: embracing international security standards and protecting human rights is at the core of their business. PRODUCT INNOVATION THEATRE Providing a platform for leading suppliers to launch products, services and game-changing solutions fundamental to the development of the security industry, the Product Innovation Theatre will showcase reallife applications, case studies and the latest product updates essential to mitigating security threats and provide visitors with an unmatched opportunity to understand the capabilities and core purpose of the technologies that are shaping the future. E

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