The Secretary of State for Security will open Security Forum on May 17th

The Secretary of State for Security, José Antonio Nieto, will open on May 17th at 11 o’clock Security Forum 2017, the most important event of the year in private security. The event will be the epicenter during two days of the latest trends in the sector both in its part of Congress and in the commercial exhibition, in a fifth edition that will be closed by the conseller D’Interior, Jordi Jané, and which aspires to be the most successful of its still short trajectory.

In pursuit of that objective, the Security Forum 2017 is on track to exceed the figures of the 2016 edition, which brought together nearly 6,000 visitors and 59 exhibitors at the fair and 452 attendees at Security conferences.

“View to Create” is the motto from which the event stands in a framework focused on creativity and with the vocation to serve as a transmission belt between industry and the market.

Many of the most important companies in the industry already have their space in the exhibition area, which will be an ideal showcase to promote their solutions and products among the main players in the market.

For this, the event will have an exhibition area with specific areas of CCTV, system integration, physical security, logical security, access control, IP, among others.

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It will also have room for panels of experts, with talks on technology transfer between companies and professionals in management, consulting and installation of solutions.

The Security Forum 2017 awards, aimed at promoting research, development and innovation in the security industry, have fallen this year at the University of Granada, in the R & D & I category, and in Securitas Seguridad, as Best Security Project in Spain.

For its part, the Congress Security Forum will serve as a forum for discussion in which top-level experts will share inspiring ideas to turn them into opportunities for growth. One more year will be divided again into two distinct sessions:

-Global Day: This first day will focus on global security. Attendees will discover from a multidisciplinary approach topics and profiles of great interest. Among the aspects that will be discussed in this edition include the analysis of non-verbal communication and suspicious behavior; The wars of the 21st century, as well as the impact of technology on the privacy of our daily lives.

-Cyber ​​Day: The second day will address current issues such as national coordination before the NIS directive; The robustness of CCTV systems against cyber attacks or the need for a company to have a CISO in its organization chart. The renowned expert Deepak Daswani will close the conference with a talk on hacking and cybersecurity.

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