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The latest issue of World Security Report has arrived – October 2017

Please find here your downloadable copy of the September/October issue of World Security Report for the latest views and news, incorporating Border Security Report.

World Security Report in this issue:

– Protecting Critical Infrastructure
– NIAC Warns That United States is “Falling Short” in Defending Critical Infrastructure
– Exhibition and Terror – the need for a new security concept
– Planes, Trains and Automobiles
– Fighting back – the strength of modern e-learning
– In cloud computing, more data loss on the horizon
– Collaborating and Cooperating for Greater Security
– Agency News
– Industry News
– Event Calendar

Border Security Report in this issue:
– United Nations civil aviation body urges greater cooperation for more effective aviation security
– Security Council re-authorizes operations to disrupt migrant smuggling off coast of Libya
– Bomb Technicians and Portable X-Rays: it is all Black and White
– World Customs Organization supports Indonesian Customs to strengthen its IPR border enforcement
– Dismantling and Arrest of a Moldovan Criminal Organisation
– INTERPOL General Assembly adopts data processing policy on refugees
– Agency News and Updates
– World Border Security Congress
– Industry News

Download here: www.torchmarketing.co.uk/WSROct17

The latest issue of World Security Report has arrived

Please find here your downloadable copy of the July/August issue of World Security Report for the latest views and news, incorporating Border Security Report.

Download here: www.torchmarketing.co.uk/WSRAug17

In this issue:
– G4S Risk Consulting Global Forecast 2017 Quarter 3
– Technology Evolution: Cyber Security Challenges and Opportunities
– Beyond European Critical Infrastructures
– WannaCry and The Threat Environment
– Drones are risky business
– Event Preview: DSEI Celebrating its 10th Edition
– Agency News
– Industry News
– Event Calendar

The Border Security Report supplement in World Security Report – in this issue:
– Digital Identity or Government Profile
– Free Movement of People in Africa and Mitigating Security Impediments
– Border Security in Ghana
– ICAO and the IOM: Enhancing effective border control and migration management in Africa
– Agency News and Updates
– World Border Security Congress
– Industry News

Download here: www.torchmarketing.co.uk/WSRAug17

You can pick up your hard copy issue from our stand in the Security Zone at DSEI, Docklands London – 12th-15th September 2017 – Stand N4-198.

May/June issue of World Security Report available

Please find here your downloadable copy of the May/June issue of World Security Report for the latest views and news, incorporating Border Security Report.

World Security Report in this issue:

– GPS disruption and Critical National Infrastructure
– EUROPOL Report on the Trafficking or Distribution of Drugs in Europe
– A Military Perspective on Critical Infrastructure Protection and Resilience
– Terrorist attacks on airports: lessons learned from recent events (Brussels and Istanbul)
– Agency News
– Industry News
– Event Calendar

Border Security Report in this issue:
– Smarter Borders in Spain
– Addressing Threats and Challenges of Border Security in Ukraine
– Progress on ICAO compliance
– Brexit, Borders and Cyber Security
– Agency News and Updates
– World Border Security Congress
– Industry News

World Security Report, incorporating Border Security Report, is your bi-monthly electronic, fully accessible e-news service distributed to over 100,000 organisations globally. It tracks the full range of problems and threats faced by today’s governments, armed and security forces and civilian services and looks at how they are dealing with them. World Security Report is a prime source of online information and analysis on security, counter-terrorism, international affairs and defence.

Download the latest issue of World Security Report >>

Successful 2017 CIPRE in The Hague

The 2017 Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe conference was a great success with 150 delegates from 27 countries participating in the excellent discussions in The Hague, Netherlands on 9th-11th May.

Following the Opening Keynote with speakers:
– Olivier Onidi, Deputy Director General for Security, DG HOME, European Commission
– Dr. Timo Hauschild, Head of CIP section, Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), Germany
– Colonel (GS) Wolfgang Paulik, Director of the Civil-Military Cooperation Centre of Excellence

The delegation enjoyed the IET Round Table discussions, as well as presentations from 30 international experts in CIP and CIIP.

March/April 2017 World Security Report available for download

Please find your downloadable copy of the March/April issue of World Security Report for the latest views and news, incorporating Border Security Report.

World Security Report in this issue:
– UN Resolution Highlights INTERPOL’s Role in Protecting CNI from Terrorists
– Brazil’s prison system at breaking point
– The Threat from above
– Cyber Security in the Critical National infrastructure
– Agency News
– Industry News
– Event Calendar

Border Security Report in this issue:
– Border Metrics: How to Effectively Measure Border Security and Immigration Control
– Ensuring Successful API and PNR Projects
– ICAO TRIP Seminar strengthens border control efforts in the Caribbean
– EUROPOL’s European Migrant Smuggling Centre: One Year On
– A Summary of Frontex Risk Analysis Report 2017
– Agency News and Updates
– World Border Security Congress
– Industry News

Download your copy here >>

Announcing Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe Preliminary Conference Programme

Critical Infrastructure Protection & Resilience Europe has announced the Conference Programme topics of discussion, giving an interesting insight and challenging the latest issues relevant to CNI operators and CIP agencies.

Download the Preliminary Conference Programme guide (pdf) here >>

World Security Report 2017 Media Pack for download

World Security Report, incorporating Border Security Report, is your bi-monthly electronic, fully accessible e-news service distributed to over 50,000 organisations globally. It tracks the full range of problems and threats faced by today’s governments, armed and security forces and civilian services and looks at how they are dealing with them.

Download the 2017 Media  Pack today >>

Launch of World Border Security Congress preliminary programme

World Border Security Congress preliminary programme guide has been launched announcing the topics of discussion, programme of speakers and workshops for the forthcoming gathering of border protection and management experts, policy makers and practitioners in Casablanca, Morocco on 21st-23rd March.

Developing strategic border management resolutions and solutions
The Congress will discuss and debate current issues and challenges and future policies and implementation including technology solutions, whilst the accompanying exclusive exhibition will demonstrate the latest and developing technologies that contribute towards safe and secure border and migration management.Key Topics of Discussion:
– Building Coherent Global Border Management Response Against Illegal Migration and International Terrorism
– Maritime, Port and Coastal Border Security Challenges
– Standardization of Systems and Making Advanced Passenger Information (API) Work
– External and Internal Land Border Challenges
– Identity and Biometrics at the Border – Compliance, Application and Implementation
– The Global Fight Against International Terrorism and Cross Border Organised Crime and How We Make Interagency Co-operation and Information Sharing a Reality
– IBM and Technology Challenges and Security in the Face of Mass Migration
– Pushing Out the Border and the Future of Successful Border Management

For further details and to download the Preliminary Congress Guide, click here >> or visit www.world-border-congress.com/conference/programme

We are proud that this year’s event will deliver a valuable contribution to assisting the world’s border management and protection agencies. This annual gathering is the place to discover some of the world challenges and solutions, the opportunity to share ideas and to facilitate valuable inter-agency cooperation.

Closed Workshops for Agency Only discussions
This years World Border Security Congress will see a number of ‘Agency Only’ workshops for closed discussions and development of actions points, throughout the congress.
Closed Agency Workshop Topics include:
– International Border Security Challenges – from THB and Document Fraud to Inter-Agency Co-operation and Information Sharing
– Health Issues in Border Security
– Soft Surveillance at Borders – Human Development Initiatives

For further details visit www.world-border-congress.com/conference/closed-workshops.

For participation in these Closed Agency Only workshops, clearance will be required. If you wish to participate in these workshops please contact me directly at neilw@world-border-congress.com.

Special Border Agency Registration
The World Border Security Congress is open for members of federal government, border management agencies, law enforcement or inter-governmental agencies and members (public and official) involved in border security, management and protection. Applications will be reviewed and considered on an individual basis. Delegates are requested to register sufficiently early to ensure participation.

Further details of registration can be found at www.world-border-congress.com/registration, or Download the Agency Registration Form here.

Download Preliminary Congress Programme
You may download the Preliminary Congress Programme guide (pdf) detailing further the programme, discussions and
information to help you plan your attendance.
Download the Preliminary Congress Programme (pdf) >>

You can register by completing the Registration Form and faxback on +44 (0) 872 111 3210 or email to registration@world-border-congress.com.

Further details, full conference programme and online registration can also be found at www.world-border-congress.com.

The World Border Security Congress is also supported by the Organization for Security & Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), European Association for Airport and Seaport Police (EAASP), International Security Industry Organisation, National Security & Resilience Consortium and International Association of CIP Professionals, the World Border Security Congress is the premier multi-jurisdictional transnational platform where the border protection, management and security industry policy-makers and practitioners convene annually to discuss the international challenges faced in protecting borders.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Sheraton Casablanca Hotel & Towers for the 2017 World Border Security Congress in Casablanca, Morocco on 21st-23rd March 2017.

New and important Critical Infrastructure and Resilience event for North America

Torch Marketing and KNM Media have announced the launch of an important new critical infrastructure protection event for the North American region – Critical Infrastructure and Resilience North America (CIPRNA).

Increasing levels of international terrorism and changes in the global climate continue to pose a very real and escalating threat to critical national infrastructure around the world. The United States, as the world’s largest economy has some of the most developed and interdependent infrastructure in the world and is therefore arguably one of the most vulnerable.

Terrorism, Cyber Terrorism and man-made disasters as well as natural disasters such flooding and extreme weather conditions all pose a threat to the efficient delivery of vital services.

Understanding the threats and vulnerabilities and how to defend and mitigate against them is essential. Conversation, co-operation and collaboration are key factors in ensuring that information is shared with the right people in a timely manner.

The new CIPRNA event follows the unique format of previous successful events held in Europe and Asia, with a unique conference programme set-up, providing enhanced opportunities for discussions between the physical infrastructure and cyber security, who need to work together to mitigate threats and attacks in combined plenary sessions, as well as focused discussions within each discipline in the individual CIP and CIIP tracks.

The event is supported by the Chief DISA/DoDIN Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Program in the USA and the International Association of Critical Infrastructure Protection Professionals.

Event details can be seen at www.ciprna-expo.com

Nov-Dec of issue of World Security Report has arrived

Latest issue of World Security Report has arrived

Please find here your downloadable copy of the November/December issue of World Security Report for the latest views and news, incorporating Border Security Report.

Click here to download your copy of World Security Report (pdf) >>
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World Security Report in this issue:

wsrnovdec16-fc-150– Hotspots in 2017: disruption, terrorism and the corporate response
– Critical Infrastructure Interdependencies Assessment
– Energy Security and Conflicts: Protecting our Critical Energy Infrastructures with Oil and Gas Infrastructure Specific Approach
– Today’s Authentication Challenges Require Going Beyond 2FA and MFA
– Industry News
– Event Calendar

Border Security Report in this issue:
bsrnovdec16-fc-150– How Illicit Trade in Art and Artefacts is Robbing us Blind
– Systematic Checks for EU Citizens
– Successful operation against money mules
– Agency News and Updates
– Tackling international border security challenges
– Industry News