As we reel under the onslaught of Covid-19, businesses across the globe are preparing for a long haul of total or partial shutdowns, supply chain disruptions, missing employees, absence of physical interactions, newer security challenges, etc. During this time, it makes sense to prepare for the upcoming challenges using all the technology available at our disposal to ensure business continuity and build the capability to mitigate those challenges. IFSEC 2020 Virtual Expo is one of the steps in that direction. It promises to provide all the business networking opportunities that you are used to as part of the physical expo sans the requirement to be physically present at the exhibition venue. A world class web-based platform ensures you get to display all your products virtually as well speak to your customers as part of the conference sessions and through one-to-one audio/video calls. You also get the functionality to disseminate white papers, case studies, PPTs, brochures and any other informative material that you would normally share with your customers. So, sitting from the comfort of your office or even home, you get to reach out to your target audience seamlessly through your mobile device.
CSO's, System Integrators, Installers, Distributors, Procurement Managers, Consultants & Specifiers, Electrical Consultants, Fire Consultants, Safety Managers, Security Managers, Floor Managers, Plant Managers, Operation Managers, Estate Managers, Facilities Managers IT Managers, Design & Instrumentation Managers from the following key sectors:
Surveillance Cameras with Night Vision
Digital Video Recorders
Encoders & Decoders
Security Alarm Systems
Audio Video Door Phones
Entrance Management Solutions
IOT & Home Automation
Anti- Theft EAS Systems
Perimeter Intrusion Detection Systems
Technological and socio-economic developments, changing consumer preferences, the COVID-19 pandemic and an array of other factors are re-defining businesses and customer expectations. From a security perspective, the threat spectrum is becoming diverse, diffused and complex with emergence of new and more sophisticated threat actors and vectors. The past few years have seen a number of natural as well as manmade crises – from natural disasters to tech-enabled and insider threats impacting businesses. Technological developments in security and surveillance, convergence of physical & logical functions are noticeable trends.
Businesses leaders and other stakeholders including millennial workforce have rising/different expectations from security leaders. Future would belong to smarter Security & Continuity Leaders with sound understanding of business and technology, overseeing less human-dependent, more tech-enabled, process centric and cost-conscious integrated security deployments, probably as part of integrated Corporate Services.
Progressive organisations across the globe are imaginatively using technology to redefine workspaces and work culture, make them ergonomic, women-friendly and safe and secure for women. Safety of women at workplace has been an area od of specific concern. There has been a spate of regulations at central as well as state levels. Geo-political developments in India and neighbourhood, socio-economic issues, technological developments and disruptions, environmental issues etc have implications for corporate security.
Through an elaborate two-day virtual conference with the theme—The New Normal in Security—thought leaders in security and those who actually lead the security function at their organisations, will examine the technologies that would redefine surveillance, security (including those of devices, networks and applications), fire, transport and life safety, incident and emergency management landscape, etc. The discussion would include, but not be limited to AI, ML, AA, IoT, Cloud, internet, Social Media, Blockchain etc.