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28 - 29 November 2018 Grand Hall, Olympia, London 




  • Cover Story
    UK Security Expo run by Nineteen Events, will undergo a major expansion in 2018 due to increased demand from overseas companies and now becomes the International Security Expo. With over 12,500 visito
  • Features

    The Need for City to City Cooperation

    15 Dec 2017 Andrea Berkoff, Editor, City Security Magazine
    A distinguished panel spoke at a roundtable briefing at UK Security Expo in late November, with representatives from cities recently effected by terrorist attacks including Nice, Melbourne, Brussels,
  • Ask the Experts
    Interview with Mr. Rory Olson, President & Chief Executive Officer VOTI DETECTION™ from SecuritySolutionsWatch.com
  • Export Focus
    Japan - X-ray equipment An electronics trading company is looking for low-dose X-ray equipment for security applications. Response due by 31/03/2018 More details on opportunity  

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  • UK Security Expo 2017 Highlights

    UK Security Expo 2017 Highlights

  • Interview with Chris Tsikolis

    Interview with Chris Tsikolis

  • Interview with Michael Rose at UK Security Expo 2017

    Interview with Michael Rose at UK Security Expo 2017

  • Interview with Mark Neate at UK Security Expo

    Interview with Mark Neate at UK Security Expo

  • Interview with Julian Enoizi at UK Security Expo 2017

    Interview with Julian Enoizi at UK Security Expo 2017

  • Interview with Jean Claude Hedouin

    Interview with Jean Claude Hedouin

  • Patrick Keller at UK Security Expo 2017

    Patrick Keller at UK Security Expo 2017

  • Interview with Michael Roberts

    Interview with Michael Roberts

  • Interview with Paul Moxness

    Interview with Paul Moxness


  • The UK Security Expo (UKSE), staged in the Grand Hall at London Olympia from 29th to 30th November 2017, is regarded as a premier global security showcase attracting an audience from government, transport, intelligence, defence, law enforcement, emergency services, critical national infrastructure and the private sector.
  • Peder Berg, CEO of Accredit Solutions, talks about what football stadia can be doing to protect against the insider threat

    There has been a major transformation over the last decade in stadium safety. This is one aspect of the game where England are the champions. We have set the standard, making us the envy of the international football community. Each football club now takes responsibility for the safety of all spectators entering its stadium and can boast all-seated venues, the lack of pitch perimeter and segregation fences and generally a positive atmosphere among supporters at the game.

  • This report covers the exercise of my statutory functions during the period 1st April 2016 to
    31 March 2017. I am pleased to report that a good deal of success and progress has been
    made against the key objectives set for the preceding year in my 2016/17 Business Plan
    (Annex A).
  • By Phil Pate, Director, Everbridge, the global leader in critical event management and enterprise safety applications to help keep people safe and businesses running faster.

    Keeping people safe and operations running following a major incident in a stadium or at a crowded public event is both critical and extremely challenging. Unfortunately, over the years many different terrorist groups have chosen high profile sports and music events to commit or threaten acts of terror.

  • Why organisations must put security at the heart of IoT

    Phil Beecher, President, Wi-SUN Alliance

    The Internet of Things will soon become part of everyday life with rich information streams flowing between devices, networks, industries, organisations and users to control street lighting and traffic flow and manage the supply of electricity as well as many more common tasks to improve the quality of life for citizens. There are already billions of connected smart devices active around the world – a figure which Gartner predicts will be 8.4 billion at the end of this year and almost 21 billion by 2020.

  • What needs to be addressed to improve the security industry as a whole?

    The Security industry is changing.

    Security of the future will focus on the combination of people, technology and knowledge moving from a traditional guarding and transactional commodity approach, to value driven, predictive total security solutions.

    Investment in new technologies is essential: intelligent security solutions using client and industry data to analyse risks by geography, sector and customer will become the norm.

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