29 - 30 October 2009
Management Centre Europe
Rue de l'Aqueduc 118, 1050 Brussels, BELGIUM
"SECURITY: SEARCHING FOR THE FRONT LINE"
An exploration of the management of security and its technical
and physical applications to everyday life
Security is a pervasive factor in our lives whether it is associated with CCTV cameras on the High Street, airport screening, home or office computer use, chip-and-pin cards, biometric applications, medical records, banking services - the list is probably endless! It was therefore timely to review the borders of international, national and personal security. This was the theme of TechNet International 2009.
The event was held in Brussels on 29 and 30 October. The symposium element had 4 main sessions:
- Session I examined international threats and regional solutions.
- Session II examined maintaining security and emerging technical solutions.
- Session III took the form of a technology showcase where it was anticipated that NATO C3
Agency would demonstrated some of their work as well as provide an overview of how security
is handled within their procurement projects.
- Session IV asked the question 'Can Provision of Service be Guaranteed?'
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