ASIS announces 2015 Middle East Conference in Dubai and opens call for presentations
ASIS International, the world’s leading association of security management practitioners, is launching the ASIS 6th Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition (ASIS Middle East 2015).
From 15-17 February 2015, the Intercontinental Dubai Festival City in Dubai, UAE will host a wide range of events addressed to security management professionals, law enforcement officers, military, representatives from companies providing security services, technology and solutions, academics, architects and many others.
ASIS Middle East 2015 will offer opportunities to connect with peers in security management from around the Middle East and the rest of the world, share experiences and exchange ideas, gain new insights and perspectives on security challenges faced regionally in the Middle East, as well as those that extend globally. Attendants will be able to learn about effective strategies and solutions for protecting an organization and will have the chance to compare innovative technologies, products and services first hand.
Mohammed Al Shammary, Senior Regional Vice President of ASIS International for the Middle East, said ‘The ASIS Middle East Security Conference and Exhibition has developed over the past five years into the leading educational forum for security management professionals in the region. I am looking forward to this conference because it is a channel to engage into fruitful discussions with security practitioners from the region and indeed the world. Moreover, it provides a one-of-a-kind platform for the exchange of knowledge, expertise and cutting-edge views on security, whilst showcasing the latest in security technology and services’.
ASIS has invited knowledgeable experts to submit proposals to be considered for presentation at its February event. The organization will accept abstracts on any security related topic. However, of particular interest are proposals on oil & gas security issues, supply chain security, loss prevention, hotel security, intellectual property, maritime piracy, terrorism, executive protection, internal theft and fraud, competitive intelligence, brand protection, physical security, cyber security, investigations, due diligence and global business issues.