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GB United Kingdom
Stand No: IF2357

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: IF1438

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: IF930

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.