Intelligence-Sec is a fully integrated Conferences and Exhibitions Company managing and producing topical events for the security industry. Our mission is to become the most recognisable and well respected events company within the security sector.
All our global events are well researched and discussed with industry experts. Intelligence-Sec's main objective is to ensure that all our attendees gain the best value for money when they participate in one of our events. We endeavour to provide extensive networking opportunities throughout our events to make sure attendees have the chance to speak with industry experts alike.
We are pleased to announce our 2nd annual CBRNe Summit Asia conference & exhibition which will take place in Hanoi, Vietnam on the 5-7 December 2016. CBRNe threats are becoming a key focal point in the region for many governments who are developing their CBRNe capabilities and response techniques.
Cyber Security is a huge issue for many governments across the world. With cybercrimes constantly increasing and many government computer systems being targeted it is pivotal that governments keep their critical infrastructures secure from intruders and hackers.
Asia-Pacific has many different and new export controls in recent years. This event will allow you to hear from the key nations across the region that will provide details on their latest export regulations and laws. There will also be an update on the U.S. export control reforms and how this will affect defence trade in the future years.
We are pleased to announce that our 4th annual CBRNe Summit Europe conference & exhibition will be taking place in Madrid, Spain on the 24-27 April 2017. Our leading event will allow you to meet with the region’s leading CBRNe officials to discuss the latest CBRNe threats and techniques used to respond to attacks.
Satellites are being used more frequently than ever before. With surveillance of borders and warzones becoming more mission critical than ever before to assist with intelligence and reconnaissance. Defence Satellites will provide information from leading nations on the capabilities of their satellite systems.
With UK citizens recently voting to leave the European Union (BREXIT) this will have a huge impact on the UK Border Force operations and functions. There will also be implications for UK citizens and mainland European’s wishing to travel back and forth between the UK and mainland Europe.