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.
Cyber Security is still a global issue with recent attacks being extremely sophisticated and unexpected. Different industries are being targeted to cause the greatest impact to an economy. We are pleased to announce that our 6th annual Cyber Intelligence Asia conference and exhibition will take place in Singapore on the 20-22 March 2018.
Our 5th annual CBRNe Summit Europe conference and exhibition will be heading back to Rome, Italy where we will be evaluating the developments in CBRNe capabilities across Europe. The threat of CBRNe attacks across Europe is continuing to increase year on year.
With a complex border comprised of a long coastline and a land border shared with both EU and non-EU states, Croatia illustrates some of the challenges facing border management today.
The Satellite industry is developing at a rapid pace currently due to the greater need for connectivity, imagery, surveillance and bandwidth across the globe. Satellites are being developed for both commercial and defence use and these developments in each industry assist each other.
Military Exports & Compliance Europe will provide you updates from leading European Governments on their current export controls and defence trade. During the conference you will hear about the latest regulations, laws and controls including ITAR, EAR, Dual-Use and EU Export Controls.
Cyber Security is still a major concern for many European governments. Cybercrime is at an all time high and with many leading European cities becoming “Smart Cities” this is creating new opportunities for criminals to attack city computer systems and infrastructures.