Along with conference, technologies including surveillance systems, access control, fire safety, cyber & perimeter security will be exhibited With new speakers being confirmed almost daily, the line up for Securex West Africa Exhibition and Conference is cementing its position as the paramount security and public safety event for the Government and Private sector in West Africa. Running from the 1st – 3rd March 2016 at the Landmark Centre, Lagos. The security market in Nigeria is worth $4bn alone and the rapid development in construction projects, cyber security infrastructure and residential housing developments is driving the industry forward despite the difficulties faced by the falling oil prices. The Securex West Africa exhibition floor is packed with the leading global suppliers and solution providers, all demonstrating the latest technologies to those who attend. With exhibitors coming from four continents and representing a cross section of the security industry including surveillance systems, access control, fire safety, cyber and perimeter security solutions there is no better place to see what is making the industry move. Alongside the exhibition is the high-level conference which looks into the leading issues that are being faced in the West African Region. The conference has a strong speaker line up which includes Ubong King - Chairman American Society for International Security (ASIS) Nigeria, Tope Aladenusi – Partner, Risk Advisor at Deloitte and Abuh Adams – retired SSS Director and CEO of Otiyeke Universal Resources to name just a few. The free to attend conference programme that runs over the full three days of the event has six themes: Homeland Security Protecting Critical Infrastructure Corporate Security Safer Cities Counter-Terror The Landscape of Nigeria’s Security Industry The event is closely supported by the leading National Associations such as Association of Industrial Security and Safety Operators of Nigeria (AISSON), International Institute of Professional Security (IIPS) and the Government Bodies such as the National Security Adviser, Police Force and Civil Defence Corps are all invited.
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