Explore latest technologies with regards to homeland and national security issues at Homeland Security India 2013With the growing economic uncertainty and complexities plaguing the country, it has never been more challenging for India from an internal security perspective. In the recent times, security decision makers from the homeland sector have been under constant stress as they have tried navigating their organizations in an ever-changing security landscape.
While the overall security environment in India may be in a state of flux, the mandate for these homeland security leaders has remained unchanged. Homeland security departments are still keen on refining ways different arms of homeland security divisions manage their security processes. They continue to demand operational agility, security process innovation, and transformation.
For homeland security department, the questions it seems have only gotten tougher. In a bid to help the homeland security leaders find answers to the aforementioned questions, we at UBM India are organizing a one-day Homeland Security India Conference 2013. Due to be held in New Delhi, the event will bring together some of the brightest minds from the Indian and global homeland security community.
In the backdrop of the resounding success of IFSEC India 2012, the dedicated one-day Homeland Security Conference promises to be a perfect destination for Homeland Security professionals.
The event provides the perfect platform for exhibitors to showcase the latest technologies in this lucrative market. It draws delegates from the entire country and the wider region, representing a diverse sector of industries with a need for the latest in Homeland security.
The theme of the conference is "Challenges for India's Homeland Security." Invited speakers will include representatives from the Central and State Governments and also from International and domestic industry. They would also make presentations on the evolving measures being taken to counter the international security and terrorist threats.
The conference is aimed at senior governmental or emerging leaders with significant homeland security responsibilities