Mega Event Security Summit - Prioritizing Safety For Uninterrupted Progress

​Dubai is heading towards what promises to be an exciting event year in 2020 that will see the city become one of the top destinations for global businesses and tourism as well. With a massive influx of investment and people expected, there is also a need to strengthen its security infrastructure to ensure every event is a success. From ways to reduce vulnerability of the transport network to protecting critical infrastructure from emerging cyber threats - security is one of the top priorities for hosting any large scale event in the region.

Dubai is heading towards what promises to be an exciting event year in 2020 that will see the city become one of the top destinations for global businesses and tourism as well. With a massive influx of investment and people expected, there is also a need to strengthen its security infrastructure to ensure every event is a success. From ways to reduce vulnerability of the transport network to protecting critical infrastructure from emerging cyber threats - security is one of the top priorities for hosting any large scale event in the region. Fleming.’s Mega Event Security Summit scheduled on the 16th and 17th of September 2014 in Dubai; will delve into the aspects of learning and implementing various security aspects that any mega event faces and strategies to ensure its uninterrupted progress. The forum will bring together government leaders, business experts, security personnel, organizing committees and security solution providers to discuss and formulate plans for future business opportunities and challenges. Topics on Operational Focus to Major Event Security Planning will be orated by Russell Penny, Security Planning Manager, Rugby World Cup 2015 and followed by David Wilton, Senior Security Manager, Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games who will share his insights on Venue Security Planning at the Glasgow 2014 event alongside other presentations by leading industry experts and security officials from across the world. The 2 day summit will provide an opportunity for participants to raise their knowledge and awareness, as well as examine the unique security challenges involved while hosting such events. The summit will also offer a range of keynote presentations, case studies, panel discussions, technology showcases and business networking opportunities that aim to bolster security measures needed at all large scale events.