With COVID-19 spreading across the globe, the security and integrity of a nation’s borders have rarely been more important than now. Amid this disruption, the problems of migration, cross-border criminality, and smart-borders have become even more critical as rogue elements seek to exploit the situation. These issues need to be addressed urgently by the international community.
Now in its fourteenth year, the Border Security Conference has established itself as a market leader in this sector and will return in February 2021, virtually, to meet these issues head-on. The conference provides an excellent opportunity to meet and network with senior military staff, government figures and industry from around the world, all responsible in their own way for enhancing border security capabilities on a global scale.
Join us virtually to explore the latest insight on the security and integrity of border points (land, ports, airports, or illegal ingress points) in response to growing global threats.
Key reasons to attend:
- Engage with a dynamic audience of border force officers, government officials, airport security managers and industry specialists on crucial topics such as biometrics, smart borders, migration, cross-border crime, and much more
- Presentations from the Czech Republic Interior Ministry, Prague Airport and other international agency and airport speakers
- Dedicated sessions on COVID-19 response for border officials
- New speakers from Gatwick Airport, African Union, Estonia, the UN, Czech Republic, and more
FREE ACCESS for end-users (including Airport, Border Force and Government Personnel)
and Only £499 for Solution Providers.
Combatting cross-border crime with technology during COVID-19 discussed at the virtual Border Security conference next month
Mr Andy Palmer, Border Security Manager at Gatwick Airport to present at the 14th Annual Border Security Conference
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