Seaport Security Asia 2012 emphasises security of port facilities and ships
The security of port facilities and ships is of utmost importance, especially with the global threat of terrorism. Incidents such as the Mumbai attacks remain fresh on the minds of everyone, ensuring that port security remains at the forefront of port operators and authorities' concerns. Port security is also seen as an extension of homeland security and national sovereignty especially in Asia, where both the sea lanes of communication and sea trade remain vital to the region.
With the increasing emphasis on seaport security among both developed and developing countries in Asia, the 2nd Seaport Security Asia conference will once again bring together this industry. Regional and international seaport security personnel from port authorities, operators and government law enforcement agencies along with top level industry executives will come together for two days of dedicated seaport security discussions.
Increase your knowledge on the developments and technologies utilized for seaport security, while gaining insights on the ongoing projects and plans for port security programmes in Asia. Establish your own roadmap from critical lessons learned now!
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Seaport Security Asia 2012 exhibitors include: