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Aviation Security Conference,September 13-14

» Announcements | Air News Times | Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Ten years on from 9/11 the security environment may have changed dramatically but the complex issues surrounding aviation security remain a significant challenge for the industry and for governments. In addition the constant flow of emerging threats provides an ever present reminder that continual vigilance and determined efforts to constantly improve aviation security on a national and transnational basis are essential.


The Aviation Security Conference at Transport Security Expo is a highly specialised and unique event which gathers together the world's leading experts from the areas of aviation, air cargo and supply chain security, along with government officials, the military, security services, law enforcement, industry, and academia to deliberate on the challenges faced and to drive the adoption of strategic and operational countermeasures.


The Aviation Security Conference will run over 2 days and will comprise some 25 sessions together with round table discussions and debates.


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