Intelligence-Sec aims to provide the security industry with timely and well thought out conferences and exhibitions in key markets across the globe. With well researched event topics this is an opportunity to attended targeted niche events which will directly increase your knowledge, business opportunities and understanding in the market place. With senior public sector presenters each conference will provide a great insight into the challenges regional governments face in the event topic.
All our events are thoroughly researched to provide you with the highest level of industry experts in one place, in a city where the event topic is distinguished. Intelligence-Sec endeavours to provide attendees with an international view on the specific topic which allows for good analysis and discussions during the event.
Our main priority is to make sure you receive the most out of one of our events and that you leave for your respective countries more than satisfied with the knowledge and networking achieved.
Cybercrimes are still a common occurrence globally and many governments are now paying special attention to protecting their critical infrastructures. Other industries are also improving their cyber security systems since the global WannaCry attack affected many industries.
CBRNe threats are becoming a more regular occurrence in major cities across Europe. Many civil and military agencies are now having to improve their response times to major incidents and know on the scene how to quickly resolve the situation.
With more satellites being launched into orbit there is a greater need to monitor the space situational awareness which is making it much harder for nations to find the perfect place to send their satellites into space.
Demining operations are still taking place in Kosovo. We are pleased to be bringing our inaugural Demining Seminar to Pristina to review the current situation and the plan for the next few years to finally make Kosovo a mine free.
Cyber security is a concern for many European governments and military forces. It is key for government agencies to make sure detection systems are up to date to combat the latest threats faced to computer systems.