Developments in National Security in the Middle East Region

By Iqpc Middle East, PRNE
Monday, May 2, 2011

DUBAI, UAE, May 3, 2011 - It has been estimated that the UAE is set to double its spending on
homeland security from $5.5 billion to $10 billion in the next 10 years.

Dubai police have announced spending of $130 million plus, to enhance
CCTV surveillance in blind spots over the next few years as a result of
recent events highlighting the importance of CCTV and video surveillance in
sensitive areas.

IQPC's 4th Annual National Security Middle East Summit (19-22 June 2011,
Abu Dhabi) will review the transforming threat landscape and identify areas
where protection can be enhanced through new strategies, systems and

Dr. Eng. Mohammed Alaseeri, Head of Section, Ministry of Interior -
Border Guard, Saudi Arabia will give a keynote presentation on how to
strengthen border security by integrating physical security solutions and
surveillance technologies.

Attendees will explore growing threats and challenges that are posed to
cyber security and identify investment priorities to enhance national
security with Illyas Kooliyankal, CISO Information Security and Business
Continuity, Abu Dhabi Securities Exchange, United Arab Emirates.

The 4th Annual National Security Middle East Summit provides an
outstanding opportunity to network with senior project leaders, decision
makers and influencers to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges faced
and build key relationships through the exclusive one-on-one executive

Attendees will also be able to get specific questions answered through
interactive panel discussions that explore the challenges of improving cyber
security and the priorities required to further enhance national security and
cargo security.

The pre-summit workshop will draw on Dr. Alaseeri and General Dr. Al
wealth of experience working for the Saudi Border Guard and review a
variety of scenarios for training and developing security personnel.

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