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TW Taiwan
Stand No: IF1165

a&s Magazines provide global industry leaders year-round comprehensive market analysis, in-depth reports, updated vertical applications as well as market trends. With 10 publications in eight languages, a&s features an annual circulation of approximately 205,000 copies around the globe.  asmag.com provides global professionals with the most up-to-date technology, product, market information and industry guides related to security, smart and safe city, building and home automation, mobility, and industrial IoT.


GB United Kingdom
Stand No: IF1855

Members of the Association of Security Consultants (ASC) share a passion for helping private, public and corporate clients achieve maximum benefit from their investment in security.

The Association of Security Consultants enjoy a 28-year history of recognition as the professional organisation for independent security consultants, having members who have a passion for delivering security expertise and professionalism to their clients.

Our membership is founded upon security professionals who are independently vetted, are subject to peer review, and who are all found on the UK Register of Independent Security Consultants.

The members are also made up of from security specialists who emanate from highly appropriate background, such as:

National and Military Intelligence, The Police Force, Forensics, The Military Police, The Fire Service Electronics / IT / and Security Engineering Corporate, Commercial and Banking, Security Officers in the Armed Forces, Bomb Disposal and Explosives Transport and Aviation Security / Policing Specialist Education and Security Training.

Collectively, our members are able to offer expert advice on every aspect of security, including the assessment of risk and the implementation of effective measures to combat the threat from criminal and terrorist activity, as well as fire and natural disasters.  Individually, our members are able to share their expertise and knowledge of best practice in a wide range of security disciplines which they have acquired through real-life experience at the ‘sharp end'.  

Highly qualified in their respective specialist fields, all ASC members are committed to offering objective and impartial advice, independent of any manufacturer or service provider.  Often funded by the expert advice they provide which can result in substantial product procurement cost savings, as well as preventing costly system design and planning mistakes,  ASC members are a highly cost-effective resource that can ensure your security projects always meet your expectations.

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: IF558

City Security magazine aims to provide anyone with a professional interest in security with access to security know-how in all aspects of the sector.  In particular, we share good practice and innovation with non-sales, expert content, supporting our common goals of protecting our people, property and communities.

The people who write for us include a range of business leaders, leading academics, thought leaders and heads of security organisations and bodies.
You can read City Security magazine in print, in digital format and on our website. It is free to subscribe at citysecuritymagazine.com

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: IF450

The SSAIB is a specialist Certification Body, which offers a wide scope of accreditation within the specialist fields of security services, electronic security and fire systems. Our aim is to provide a comprehensive range of certification services within these specialist sectors. SSAIB's approach is inclusive of small and larger providers alike. We aim to offer guidance and encouragement to certificated firms and to firms considering certification. With around 1750 companies of all sizes on our register, we certificate the greatest number of security service providers. As a body our remit is to ensure high standards of service and business ethics within the security and fire communities as such we aim to attract professional installers and service providers, of all sizes, to give users a choice of reputable suppliers in their area.

TW Taiwan
Stand No: IF220

TSSIA (Taiwan Safety and Security Industry Association) was established on January 28th, 2005 and was assisted by Industrial Development Bureau MOEA, Taiwan for cross-domain integration in Taiwan safety and security industry. After 911 terrorist's attacks,the United States established “Department of Homeland Security” for resources integration among various departments strengthening safety / security and counter-terrorist measures. Currently, those have a great affect on the future development of safety and security industry in the whole world. In Taiwan, the relevant safety and security industries scatter in every field and lack a coordination platform in charge of communication and coordination among various departments. At this stage, most industries in Taiwan also need technology integration and communication intermedium to overcome the predicaments what Taiwan safety and security industry encountered.

GB United Kingdom
Stand No: IF135

The Security Institute is the largest membership organisation for security professionals in the UK, with over 2,700 individual members.  

Membership gives credibility, enhances career prospects, provides a network of excellent contacts, offers mentoring, continual professional development and a wide range of networking opportunities. Members are actively encouraged to become involved in speaking and/or organising regional meetings, alongside the educational and social programme based in London. 

Companies are also welcome to show support for our aims, alongside development of their staff, by joining our Corporate Partner scheme which was launched at IFSEC in 2016.

We offer internationally recognised accredited security qualifications via our training partner at levels 3, 5 and 7 by distance learning – no examinations or classroom sessions away from your desk.

We manage the Register of Chartered Security Professionals (CSyPs) established under Royal Charter and launched in 2011. CSyPs have to prove that they are making a strategic impact, and that they have competencies at the required standard in security knowledge, practical application, leadership, communication skills and that they have a continuing personal commitment.

The Security Institute is committed to raising standards within the security profession, and encourages everyone working in security to actively seek to develop their knowledge, competence and expertise. 

Respected, recognised, professional.


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