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Over 10,000 security professionals will visit Security & Counter Terror Expo in April to learn about the critical issues defining the future of international security.

Defending the nation’s security

Taking place from 13-17 June in Paris, Eurosatory 2016, the leading international defence and security exhibition, will help visitors to keep a finger on the pulse of the ever-evolving defence industry.

The terror threat to the nation’s critical national infrastructure needs to be strongly considered by the site managers of utility sites, says Matthew Grimley of the British Security Industry Association, who examines how to protect water works from potential terrorist attacks.

Maritime security and terrorism

Peter Cook, chief executive officer at SAMI, analyses how dependent we are on maritime trade for economic stability and considers the fragility of maritime security.

James Kelly, of the British Security Industry Association, discusses the importance of procuring a security supplier from a trusted source and shares some of the Association’s success stories.

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