The Ministry of Interior is organizing a technology and science security conference under the patronage of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan - Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, with the support of Lt. General Sheikh Saif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, and in cooperation with the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) and Reed Exhibitions Middle East.
The event will take place from 1 to 3 March in Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Center and is aimed at current developments and future challenges in the field of international security and risk prevention.
Brigadier Saeed Salem Al Hanki, Chief of the Police Judicial Council said: “The ISNR conference provides a great opportunity to exchange ideas, experiences and information, through case studies presented by distinguished experts, academics and officials concerned with the security, technology and risk prevention sectors, both locally and globally.
“The conference will include sessions where experts from the US Police Department, US Transportation Security Administration, European Parliament, Europol, French High Committee for Civil Defense, and Spanish Ministry of Interior, will speak on their specific areas of expertise,” he added.
These sessions will address the following topics:
- The Role of Information and Technology in the Fields of International Security and Risk Prevention of Threats.
- The use of technology in data collection and analysis in the context of national security requirements and privacy.
- Readiness to Cope with Security Issues and Crises.
- New trends in aviation security and how to meet the challenges of national security by building resilience.
- The telecom sector's role in international security and national resilience.
Specialized workshops will be held during the conference in cooperation with the British Transport Laboratory, UNICRI and the European Organization for Security to highlight the global best practices in dealing with security issues including road safety and its impact on society's wellbeing. The workshops will also focus on revenue and cost in limiting crimes, managing wide scale crises and security issues related to vital facilities.
The conference also will host three round tables discussing e-piracy viruses, building capabilities in the field of e-evidence and trends to leverage laws regarding battling international e-crimes.