Transport Security Expo 2011 News

Transport Security Expo 2012 to discuss protection against piracy

 Transport Security Expo and Conference will focus on measures providing security to merchant vessels   Prime Minister David Cameron has announced that merchant vessels flying the red ensign will be allowed to carry armed guards for protection against acts of piracy. Previous governments have been opposed to arming the merchant marine, but with no sign of a respite in acts of piracy on the high seas and naval assets spread thin, the decision has been welcomed as a common sense measure...

Aviation, airfreight and supply chain sectors focus on security strategies for Transport Security Expo

 Tranport Security Expo and Conference  focuses on public transportation security withstanding acts of terrorismThe security of airfreight, whether carried on passenger or cargo flights, has been brought into sharp focus with the discovery Friday of two Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) in cargo destined for the United States of America. One of the devices was discovered in the cargo facility at East Midlands Airport and the other at Dubai International. Both of them w...

NICE Systems to showcase NICE Situator’s capabilities at Transec 2011

 NICE Systems will demonstrate how NICE Situator can be employed in the control room to manage operational procedures Come along to Olympia, London, between 13th and 14th September to find out why LAX airport, the Port of Houston, Virginia Port Authority and Moscow's rail network- AeroExpress, have all recently implemented NICE Situator from NICE Systems, to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their safety and security operations. NICE Systems will be showcasing the full capabiliti...

Transport Security Expo to focus on aviation security following Bin Laden’s death

  Transport Security Expo focusses on aviation security and security of global supply chain networks across the globeThe capture and death of Osama Bin Laden has prompted a global step up in security in case of retaliatory action by those loyal or affiliated to the Al Qaeda terrorist organisation. Bin Laden's demise was announced in the early hours of the morning (UK time) by the White House and followed an American led operation on his heavily fortified hideout in Pakistan. The announ...

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