Middle East Energy Security - MEESEC 2010
MEESEC 2010 - A guide to fighting the security threats facing the energy industry
Threats against the energy industry are ever increasing during a constantly evolving threatening landscape. Security operations will be forced to continuously adapt to these variety of challenges including economic, criminal, political, as well as home-land security constraints. It becomes imperative to safeguard these critical infrastructure assets, ensure continuity in operations while having the appropriate mechanisms in place to thwart any attempts of vandalism, terrorism, sabotage, criminality, piracy and theft.
The risk of attack to the region's energy assets and infrastructure is prevalent now more than ever, which is why billions will be spent over the next five years to safeguard critical infrastructure and ensure operational continuation. With the spending expected to double by 2015, pressure mounts on decisions regarding where this money would be spent (technologies, training, practices, policies& procedures), especially with the added proposition of constantly updated & developed technologies & strategies.
Bringing together some of the brightest minds from leading regional and international organisations, with opportunities to share knowledge and vast areas of experience, the 3rd Middle East Energy Security Forum 2010 is the Middle East's leading must-attend energy security forum that reveals the latest strategies & technologies which can be implemented to effectively mitigate threats. MEESEC 2010 will address the increasing need for the effective and efficient integration of operations into an overall business security strategy as well as the implications behind such integration into the business.
- Visitor Origin:
- Visitor demographic:
- Security companies
- Security industry professionals
- Fleming Gulf FZE
- Dubai Airport Free Zone, P.O. Box 54772, Dubai, Bahrain