Physical & Perimeter Security

Perimeter security protection solutions for all applications

Preventing unauthorised access across the perimeter is key to protecting people and the essence of perimeter security systems and technologies. With an estimated worth of US$21bn by 2020, perimeter security is a booming market.

IFSEC International is the security event where you can get access to cutting-edge GRP fencing, security bollards, security covers, security shutters, security gates and more.

Find physical security products that meet your needs

Are you looking to source new physical perimeter protection products, but want to put them up to the test first?

See expert technicians from the LPCB demonstrating live attacks on perimeter fencing, security doors, shutters and covers. Non-approved products will be tested in demonstrations against LPCB-approved alternatives which have reached a minimum of LPS 1175 SR-3 levels of compliance, so you can see in person the effectiveness of these industry-defining products. Following the live attack demonstrations, you can speak directly to the manufacturers of the products you've seen tested at their adjacent stands. 

Meet suppliers of perimeter security protection products

IFSEC International 2020 is your chance to speak face to face with hundreds of suppliers of physical security and perimeter security products. Touch and feel the range of products on show, and compare solutions from all suppliers under the one roof. Just some of the access control suppliers you'll find at IFSEC International include; CLD Fencing Systems, Bradbury Group, Civintec Global, Frontier Pitts, Jacksons Fencing, Anixter, FLIR and so many more.

Fencing and perimiter security products tested at IFSEC

"The concrete blocks so far installed (in London) have actually been found to be near to useless when tested by researchers in Germany."

Bobby Hamilton
European sales manager, Hesco

Educate yourself on emerging threats and perimeter protection best practice

The seminar and conference programme in the IFSEC International 2019 Keynote Arena hosted a wide variety of sessions, covering best-practice and future trends in physical security and perimeter security:

  • Safe cities
  • Anti-terror
  • Protection of critical national infrastructure
  • Real-world case studies of new solutions and physical security strategies

Put your questions directly to policy makers and anti-terror experts from government, policing and intelligence agencies.

Perimeter solutions at IFSEC International

Buy perimeter security solutions at discounted rates

If you come to IFSEC International with a view to find new physical security and perimeter security solutions, IFSEC's exclusive Discount Programme could saved you thousands on your security budget. 

IFSEC works closely with 600+ exhibitors to formalise product discounts and unique offers, available to you exclusively for just three days on the IFSEC show floor. If you're in the market for perimeter protection products, from panel security fencing to security bollards, IFSEC gives you the opportunity to witness the technology being put to the test, meet face to face with suppliers, and make a deal at a price that wouldn't be available anywhere else, all under one roof.

Perimeter protection: further reading

 Aesthetically pleasing, crash-tested street furniture: why functional will no longer do

Aesthetically pleasing, crash-tested street furniture: why functional will no longer do

This trend report examines the market for crash-tested street furniture, specifically procurement trends and the views of architects, security professionals and others.

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 Integrated thinking: Connected security for smart infrastructure

Integrated thinking: Connected security for smart infrastructure

The connected world is revolutionising the way critical assets are protected by national infrastructure organisations. But is true system integration really achievable?​

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The rising role of IT in physical access control

The rising role of IT in physical access control

Learn what 1,600+ IT and security professionals really think about the shift towards the increased involvement of the IT department in physical access control.

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