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Port Security and Modernization Asia
Singapore, Singapore - December 3-4, 2019
Conference / congress

Port safety and security are vital economic bloodline. Ports are responsible for the protection of cargo, asset, and people. Terrorism is the main threat involving 'digital' attacks looming at large, and the exacerbated challenges when implementing new security measures to cover large geographical areas in very complex operations.

Today's ports call for a wide range of security tools from up-to-date security software, drone mitigation and management-level procedures, followed by layers of physical security to defend extant threats and reducing the impact of potential attacks with the goal to improve safety, accessibility and efficiency.

Co-located with 16th Maritime Security & Coastal Surveillance Asia, the Port Security and Modernization Asia will bring together major seaport security operators and authorities alongside world leading solution providers to find the right solutions for security and surveillance.

December 3-4, 2019

Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel

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