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.
With an increase in cyber-attacks over the last few years, globally, it has become critical for organisations and government departments to protect themselves from any cyber attempt on their critical infrastructure.
With international travel and imports and exports increasing annually there is a greater need for countries to implement tougher borders, to lower the risk of human trafficking, money laundering, drug smuggling and acts of Terrorism on borders.
ZebraCON brings together GRC industry experts, influencers and respected corporate leaders from all over the world, with the objective to educate today's leaders and professionals on the significance of the GRC methodology.
Cyber Security is an ever growing topic that many European Government Departments are taking seriously, by investing heavily in securing their critical infrastructure and sensitive information. There is now a greater need for European Governments to take cyber security more seriously.
Keeping up to date with all the latest regulations and controls in Asia and the US is challenging and this conference will provide attendees with individual country export controls from across Asia-Pacific. As well as the latest export reforms from the US. Asia is a growing market for many defence contractors and this is the perfect opportunity to review export controls in Asia.
After the successful launch of our Cyber Intelligence conferences and exhibitions our Asia show is moving to Singapore. With many governments looking to share knowledge and gain a better understanding of how to combat cyber attacks in the region, this is the must attend event in Asia.
CBRNe threats are once again at the forefront of many Governments across the globe with many eyes looking at the possible use of Chemical Weapons in Syria and the threat from North Korea not too long ago. CBRNe Summit 2014 will discuss the different responses from Governments and Military to CBRNe threats.
With the steady increase in ABC programs to manage borders there is no better time to meet with senior government officials to hear their thoughts on the challenges they face to secure their international borders.
Cybercrime is still a major cause of concern for many government departments, and combating these cyber threats is becoming harder due to the sophisticated and complex manner the criminals are using. Cyber Intelligence USA will discuss the key cybercrimes faced to government infrastructures and techniques used to combat the threats.
With the ever growing threat of cyber-attacks on government critical infrastructure there is no better time to come together and discuss the latest threats being seen to breach public sector computer systems. European governments are now working together and with the private sector to strengthen their defence.
Surveillance in the maritime domain is pivotal within the Middle East with high volumes cargo being passed through the Arabian Sea, Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden. This is a key event to review the latest piracy threats to cargo ships and fisheries. To protect the key trade going through the region the surveillance of these waters is mission critical.
Landmine clearing continues to be a priority in Turkey. Some clearance activities had taken place by military itself and by some private companies. Turkey undertook to destroy or ensure the destruction of all anti-personnel mines in these areas as soon as possible but not later than 1 March 2014.
Our 2nd CBRNe Summit will provide attendees with an overview of the key CBRNe threats that are being faced across the globe. The main event focus will be on the threat intelligence of a CBRNe attack on a city, airport, train station, shopping mall, power grid, nuclear plant etc.
Cybercrimes are continuing to increase across the world and still many governments are still struggling to identify the threat until it is too late. Cyber Intelligence Asia is now in its third year and will provide attendees unrivalled opportunities to meet with the regions senior government officials who deal with cyber security.
Now entering our 3rd year of our Border Management event, we will look into emerging countries that are making significant improvements to their border security. The event will also look into the new technologies and paradigms being developed to create more efficient borders.
Cyber Intelligence Europe 2015 will analyse the different types of cybercrimes being faced to government agencies across Europe. Many public and private sector organisations are being targeted with the criminals exposing sensitive information to the public. Take part in our 3rd annual event to discuss ways of how to combat cybercrimes.
With the threat of infectious diseases and CBRNe attacks becoming more prominent across the globe, we are pleased to announce that we will be hosting our inaugural CBRNe Summit Asia conference & exhibition in Singapore. This event will allow you to meet with leading CBRNe officials from civil and military agencies in one place.
Our 3rd annual CBRNe Summit will provide attendees the opportunity to understand the current CBRNe threats being faced to our major cities, infrastructures, civilians and armed forces personnel. CBRNe attacks are becoming the most common use of attack by many terrorist organisations across the globe.
With more natural disasters occurring in Asia there is now a greater need for governments and international agencies to put in place the appropriate warning systems and response procedures to deal with the different disasters that take place in the region.
Cyber Security is still a key initiative for many governments as many are still vulnerable to Malware, Phishing, Trojans and Website Defacing attacks. Our 4th annual Cyber Intelligence Asia event will focus on the different types of attacks being faced to government computer systems.