As a security consultant you need to be at the forefront of what’s happening in the security industry – the market, the latest security products, trends and of course, legislation.
We spoke to hundreds of security consultants to understand how Europe’s leading security event can better equip them for the future of security. They said:
- “We’re always looking for the next big contract – we’re keen on government, military, transport and retail”
- “I need to keep up with security legislation and more importantly how it needs to be applied”
- “I have a particular interest in integrated security”
- "Clients now expect to see business value from security, so I’m keen to understand ROI”
IFSEC is developing around your concerns. At IFSEC International, you’ll have access to major keynote addresses from strategic global security leaders and high-level panel debates from government and industry influencers. You’ll network with the industry’s brightest minds whilst collecting the ideas you need to go above and beyond.
Attractions for you in 2019
The Keynote Arena
This is your chance to remain at the forefront of security knowledge, understand the security threats of the future and collect the ideas you need to drive critical change – inspired by global learnings. In partnership with City Forum and London First, IFSEC’s brand new Keynote Arena will welcome an unparalleled security conference programme that sets a new and critical standard for all thought-leadership assemblies across the global security industry.
LPCB/BRE Attack Testing Zone
A lot of security product information lacks impartiality and rigour. How do you find honest assessments of security solutions? Meet the impartial voice of security equipment and watch rigorous tests show the quality of perimeter solutions. You’ll be able to speak directly to the manufacturers of the products you've just seen tested at their adjacent stands. Feel confident recommending products to your clients.
Join the global security conversation – take your seat front and centre. It’s vital you keep up to date – arguably more than most security professionals. Legislation is law and wrong advice could lead to a bad reputation, loss of clients and even prosecution. This is your chance to learn from the governmental bodies orchestrating your legal guidelines.