Bahrain is to strengthen security to protect its stability and avert repercussions of regional upheavals.
His Majesty King Hamad yesterday stressed the need to take all possible measures to defend the homeland and protect citizens
The UAE is set to double its spending on homeland security from $5.5 billion to more than $10 billion in the next 10 years, according to a new study.
Meanwhile, the UAE spending on airport security is likely to reach
The fifth edition of the International Security and National Resilience (ISNR 2012) Exhibition and Conference opened today (March 19) in Abu Dhabi with the participation of over 220 exhibitors from more than 24 countries.
Inaugurated by Li
International Golden Group (IGG), a leading supplier of homeland security (HLS) solutions to the UAE authorities, will demonstrate latest HLS solutions at a major show in Abu Dhabi next month.
The 5th International Security & National
President Barack Obama said on Saturday the US was stronger 10 years after the Sept 11, 2001, attacks and Americans would "carry on" despite continued threats against their safety.
Marking Sunday's 10th anniversary of the "9/11" attacks on
Major firms in the homeland security (HLS) and emergency preparedness business will take part in the International Security and National Resilience (ISNR) event in Abu Dhabi in March 2012.
The Middle East’s definitive security and resilien
The UAE is set to double its spending on homeland security from $5.5 billion to $10 billion in the next 10 years, said experts ahead of a major regional security summit to be held in Abu Dhabi.
The 4th annual National Security Middle
Homeland security, biometric technology, perimeter security and access control are expected to be amongst the key areas of interest at Intersec trade fair and conference 2011.
The premier trade and networking event for commercial security,
Middle East is set to spend around Dh7.71 billion ($2.1 billion) on security-related equipment and services with the surge expected to increase by 50 per cent until 2013, said the organisers of an upcoming trade fair on safety in Dubai.
The worldwide revenues from the biometric market is set to treble to $14 billion by 2015 as the governments and homeland security agencies turn to technology to combat terror threats across the globe, said an expert.
'As the threat per