National Security 2008 (NATSEC 08)

Venue: Hotel le Plaza,

Location: Brussels, Belgium

Event Date/Time: Sep 30, 2008 End Date/Time: Oct 02, 2008
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National Security 08
Enhancing Your Prevention And Response Strategies With Secure, Seamless Information Sharing Between Agencies

Over 200 senior government and military practitioners from the fields of emergency planning, intelligence, border control, resilience and cyber terrorism will gather for 2 main conference days and two dedicated focus days. These experts will debate and discuss current threats and future strategies for mitigating the changing threats that Europe is facing. Together, they hope that by attending Counter Terrorism & Public Safety 2008, they will be able to drive forward their integrated and coordinated threat detection, protection and response strategies.

Hear From over 40 Senior Level Security Practitioners Including:

Johann Cas, National Coordinator, PRISE Project, Austria
Dr Andrew Robinson, EU Research for eGovernment Project, R4eGOV
Dr Jack Clarke, Prof Strategic Studies, Marshall Centre
Ian Neill, Deputy Director, e-Borders Programme, UK Border Agency
Marelene Meyer, Senior Consultant, Geographer, Danish Ministry of the Environment

Key Topics:

Providing A Coherent And Overarching Cyber Security Strategy To Fight Cyber Crime In A Borderless Virtual World

Developing A Multi-Agency Integrated Response Approach For Interoperability And Shared Situational Awareness

Increasing The Security And Speed Of Automated Traveling Lines When Implementing Fingerprints In Passports

Implementing Strategies And Solutions To Manage The Risk And Disruption Of Information And Communication Systems

Implementing Deployable, Mobile Surveillance Systems For Accurate Street Visibility In Order To Increase Public Safety