Meet buyers in this fast growing economy

IFSEC - the world's leading portfolio of security, fire and safety events – is now focusing on expanding the industry’s edition to the Philippines.

Bringing together the whole buying chain under one roof, including government officials, authorities and key decision makers, this is the event you have to participate.

Show-off your cutting-edge products and latest technologies to trade buyers, build relationships and watch your business grow thereon.

Position yourself among world-renown brands now!


It's all about growing your business

Nothing beats showcasing your products face to face

If your products falls in to one of the following categories, then IFSEC Philippines is the perfect place to showcase your solutions to the entire market place. 

  • Access Control & Biometrics
  • Communications
  • Control Rooms
  • Fire Alarms / Detection / Protection
  • Home Automation
  • Intruder Alarms
  • IT & Cyber Security
  • Perimeter Protection
  • Physical Security
  • Safe Cities
  • Security Consulting
  • Security Installation
  • Smart Buildings
  • Security Management
  • Video Surveillance (CCTV)


Who will visit IFSEC Philippines?

IFSEC Philppines is your chance to meet end-users, installers, consultants, and distributors from a wide range of sectors:

  • Architects
  • Banking / Financial Services
  • Construction / Developers
  • Consultants
  • Corporate Management
  • Digital Forensics
  • Distributors
  • Education
  • Government Officials
  • Hotels
  • Importers / Exporters
  • Infrastructure (Rail, Road and Airport)
  • Operators
  • Installers / System Integrators
  • IT
  • Municipal / District Officers
  • Oil & Gas
  • Police / Military
  • Property Management
  • Security Managers / Consultants
  • Telecommunications
  • Tourism / Hospitality
  • Utilities Owners / Operators
  • Jewellery

Why Philippines?

The Philippines enjoyed a steady economic growth of 6.8% and 7.2% in 2012 and 2013, respectively. The economic outlook remains positive and is forecast to hit 8% by 2017. The economic growth reflects the Philippines’ developing infrastructure, and as a result the demand for security products is booming. 


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Secure your place at the region's leading event now

Position your brand among the leading companies in the industry, and reach Philippines' buying chain at IFSEC Phiippines 2017

Why step into the Philippines market now?


what’s driving growth of security in the philippines

Among Southeast Asian countries with expected strong growth this year, the Philippines definitely shines. According to the World Bank, the country’s GDP is expected to grow 6.4 percent this year, compared to 5.8 percent last year. The economic expansion sets the stage for a similar growth in the Philippines’ security industry, which is at a relatively young stage compared to other mature Asian markets yet has a lot of room to grow.. read more


PH economy to stand out in Asia in 2017 – HSBC

MANILA, Philippines – Global financial giant HSBC expects the Philippines to continue its stellar economic growth and stand out among its Asian neighbors this year.

"The Philippines continues to stand out as one of Asia's strongest performers. Despite an uncertain external environment and weak regional growth, the economy expanded by 7.1% year-on-year in Q3 2016, the fastest pace in almost 3 years… and placing the government's 6-7% growth target for 2016 well within reach," said HSBC economist Joseph Incalcaterra in the HSBC Asian Economics Quarterly Report for Q1 2017...read more


Batac City ready to install CCTV system

BATAC CITY -— The city government here is set to install an independent network of high definition closed-circuit television (CCTV) system as part of disaster-proofing its residents.

With a proposed budget of at least Php 6 million for 2017, City Mayor Albert Chua said they are eyeing the installation of 23 CCTV systems in various strategic locations where the public usually go.

These include the city hall, city inn...read more


Japan pledges aid, investments for Philippine infrastructure

MANILA – Japan said Thursday it would provide 1 trillion yen (P434 billion) in aid and investments to help the Philippines overhaul its infrastructure, as the two countries pledged to strengthen economic ties.

President Rodrigo Duterte received Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe in Malacanang, underscoring the alliance between the two Asian allies, as the Filipino leader closes ranks with China, their common rival in disputed waters.

“For the further development of the Philippines, we will...read more