Pre-Event Coverage

Record-breaking delegation heading to Securing Asia 2012

Jun 22, 2012 Publisher: Global Trader

The upcoming Securing Asia 2012 event, 25-27 June 2012 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, will host the largest ever delegation of Asian government and security buyers to Europe for a unique trade, technology and intelligence summit.

Over three days of expert talks and ample networking opportunities, delegates will share knowledge and participate in discussions...


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Record-breaking delegation heading to Securing Asia 2012

Jun 22, 2012 Publisher: Business Today

The upcoming Securing Asia 2012 event, 25-27 June 2012 at the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, will host the largest ever delegation of Asian government and security buyers to Europe for a unique trade, technology and intelligence summit.

Over three days of expert talks and ample networking opportunities, delegates will share knowledge and participate in discussions...


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NEW COLLABORATION IN IN EAST ASIA

Jun 22, 2012 Publisher: Counter Terror Business

For Japan to enter the world of defence, collaboration will require some careful management.
Securing Asia, taking place on June 25-27 in London, provides a dedicated forum for representatives of Asian nations and global security suppliers to meet and address vital issues

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Securing Asia 2012

Jun 12, 2012 Publisher: Police Aviation News magazine

This month Securing Asia 2012 is a first of its kind initiative.A unique opportunity for the Asian Security sector to interact in a neutral forum with Western solution providers of all sizes from prime contractors to SMEs, Securing Asia 2012 will host Government delegates, renowned academics and leading businessmen for a unique three day intelligence, technology and trade Summit.

 


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News And Intelligence

Jun 12, 2012 Publisher:

INTERVIEW: India homeland security policy lacks consistency and coordination,says national security expert

12 Jun 2012

"There are two crucial challenges in the Indian homeland security space at the moment: recognizing that a serious threat of terrorism exists, and addressing it properly, consistently and in a coordinated manner," Mar...


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The Asian Homeland Security Market

Jun 06, 2012 Publisher: Defence Procurement International

As the first anniversary of Osama Bin Laden's death witnessed a major Taliban attack in kabul and heightened security surges in NYC, London and other western capitals gripped by retaliation fears, few people believe the terror threat has been substantially reduced in the past 12 months.

Major Chris Hunter, Auther of the bo...


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Terror Challenges in Asia

Jun 06, 2012 Publisher: Crisis Response Journal

 

It would be a mistake to generalise the security situation in Asia as being one constant, writes Maroof Raza, who explores the complexities and causes of insurgencies,along with the challenges of addressing their threats,ahead of an important event taking place in London this June.

 

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Global Arms Bazaar:India Goes To Market

Jun 06, 2012 Publisher: Defence & Security Systems International

 

Over the next 12 months, India is to spend $40 billion on its defence forces and another $8 billion on its police.
This significant increase in the country's outlay coincidentally fills the gap that will be created in the global 'arms bazaar' by the US, which,although still the world's largest defence spender, will decrease its mil...


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Terror Challenges in Asia, The Trillion Dollar Market

May 31, 2012 Publisher: Contingency Today

Global spending on Homeland Security is about $200 billion annually. But with budgets in Asia now set to increase by 30 percent in its trillion-dollar-plus market, where China, India, Japan and Saudi Arabia are closely followed by the South East Asia tigers, the message is clear: Asia is already almost as big a market as the United States, which accounts for one third of the world's Homeland Security expendi...


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Terror Challenges In Asia: The Trillion Dollar Market

May 30, 2012 Publisher: Lahore Times

Global spending on Homeland Security now stands at about $200 billion annually. But with budgets in Asia now set to increase by 30 percent in its trillion dollar plus market, where China, India, Japan and Saudi Arabia are closely followed by the South East Asia tigers, the message is clear: Asia is already almost as big a market as the United States, which accounts for one third of the world’s Homeland Se...


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