ASIS Europe 2019: Ready for Growth in Rotterdam, the Netherlands
ASIS Europe 2019 “From Risk to Resilience” opens its doors in Rotterdam, the Netherlands on 27-29 March, and with two weeks to go before the conference, registrations are already ahead of last year’s total.
ASIS Europe 2019 will feature over 40 exhibiting companies. The technology and solutions offered on the show floor and the education in the Innovation Track help attendees address today’s complex risk landscape.
Innovations highlighted range from the latest drone and counter-UAV systems, integrated access control and surveillance technology, to smart crowdsourced cyber security testing, crisis, risk management and intelligence platforms and mass communications applications.
Knowledge driven solutions are also strongly represented, from geopolitical intelligence and risk analysis, to executive protection, and workforce training platforms. In addition, a strong focus will be on solutions that will enable practitioners to take data-driven decisions that will help save money and allocate resources more efficiently and effectively, and in some cases, may even contribute to the core business of their organizations.
All participants at ASIS Europe have access to the Innovation Track. This carefully curated track offers educational content from some of the exhibiting companies. The track seeks to connect the unique insights, benchmarking abilities, innovative approaches and emerging technological developments from technology and service providers to security practitioners.
Topics include technical espionage case studies, applications for artificial Intelligence and automation, using data from your guard force and smart building, GDPR, crisis and critical events management and much more.
Delegates and visitors span CSOs and security leaders at some of the world’s largest companies, regional experts and specialist advisors, and newcomers to the security profession.
Conference Chair Eduard Emde, CPP, states, “ASIS Europe will explore how our cities are evolving, critical and emerging risks, technology as a friend and foe, and much more. With over 50 educational sessions and 11 hours of dedicated networking time, don’t miss this opportunity to learn from and exchange experience with security professionals creating and managing security teams and systems up to the toughest challenges”.
by the Editorial Staff