Counter Terror Expo (CTX) unites professionals from industry, infrastructure, government and policing to explore counter-terrorism and other complex security operations.
The event facilitates the development of new ideas and technologies to combat the latest threats facing the UK and other geographies.
Having launched in 2008, this year marks the show’s 13th iteration, but first at our new ExCeL London home. With all attendees verified and approved, you can expect a high quality, relevant audience encompassing law enforcement, government and the private sector.
Global Security Exchange (GSX) is the world’s most comprehensive event for security professionals for more than 65 years. Meeting the needs of the global security community, ASIS designed an in-person and digital experience like none other in the security profession. ASIS International remains dedicated to expanding and enriching knowledge sharing, best practices, and peer-to-peer connections so security professionals across disciplines—and at all stages of their career—can get access to the information and resources they need to succeed.
The 2021 Australian and New Zealand Evidence Base Policing (ANZSEBP) Conference will take place for the first time in a fully online format and will provide the opportunity to reflect on the growing importance of embedding evidence based policing as part of a wider range of police activity.
The online format will allow unlimited attendees and a much higher capacity for presenters to participate in the programme. In addition, the format allows sessions to be recorded for on-demand viewing post-conference, to increase participation by delegates in all timezones around the world.
The Security Exhibition & Conference returns to the ICC Sydney from 17-19 November 2021 to showcase the development of new solutions to essential hardware and security needs. The ASIAL Conference held over two-days will cover key topics including artificial intelligence and machine learning, cyber and physical security threats, digital transformation, social media crisis management as well as leading discussion into security in a post-COVID world.
Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE) membership is open to Associate members who are interested in taking their career to the next level by earning the standard of professional excellence in the anti-fraud profession. The CFE credential is increasingly being designated as a preferred credential in the hiring practices of businesses, government entities and law enforcement agencies.
The Cyber Security Summit took place on the 24th of February 2021 at Te Papa in Wellington, the focus of this year’s summit was on defense, technology, and people.
The one-day summit featured topics on:
- Global & local cyber trends
- Security leadership and cyber literacy
- Human behaviour
- Cyber security recovery
While Covid-19 has had a huge impact both the security and events businesses, safety and security threats remain, and we now have the added complexity of securing NZ’s border to protect the public from risk of infection to consider.