Asis Middle East 2019 is “the Middle East security event with all of the critical asset owners and asset operators where you will also meet security end-users, installers, integrators, distributors and consultants”, the organisers underline.
The event will take place from the 4th till the 6th November 2019 at the Bahrain International Exhibition and Convention Centre.
The ASIS global community draws security practitioners from a range of industrial sectors including oil and gas, petrochemicals, power, utilities, maritime, aviation, manufacturing, financial services and hospitality.
“The 9th Asis Middle East 2019 is the only middle east security conference and exhibition led by critical asset operators and owners Satorp, Saudi Aramco, Sasref, Sabic, Sadara Chemical Company, Saudi Electricity Company and Stc Specialized -they add from Asis .- Under the patronage of his Excellency General Shaikh Rashid Bin Abdullah Al-Khalifa, Minister Of Interior, Kingdom Of Bahrain, and under the auspices of Asis International Middle East, the 2019 conference and exhibition is the meeting place for all Middle East industries and operations addressing the critical matter of security”.
The ASIS Middle East 2019 Conference and Exhibition will showcase technology developments and address key areas including:
Homeland Security and Public Policing
Offshore & Maritime Security
Critical Infrastructure Protection
Transport and Critical Infrastructure
Convergence of Cyber and Physical Security
“If you are responsible for keeping organizations secure, sustainable and resilient, reviewing the latest solutions, or you want to meet and network with the critical asset operators and owners, join us in Bahrain on 4 -6 November 2019”, is Asis’ invitation.
The exhibition will be showcasing the latest technology and providing a vast networking opportunity to review new and innovative security solutions. At the conference the sector challenges will be explored in detail, case studies from leading operators will be presented and the opportunities and strategies for a more secure future discussed.
by the Editorial Staff