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Security India 2010

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The nation’s capital was the center stage for the Security India 2010 Conference held on 8 July 2010 at Hotel Le Meridian, New Delhi

The Security India 2010 Conference attracted over 200 delegates. Several officials from APDI, Border Security Force (BSF), Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), CAPSI, Indian Air Force, Indian Army, Indian Navy, Integrated Defence Staff, Prasar Bharti, Bureau of Police, Research and Development, National Informatics Center (NIC), National Disaster Management Agency (NDMA), etc. were present at the event sharing and learning ways and means to individually, as well as, collectively equip the nation in its endeavour to safeguard the infrastructure and lives of its citizens.

With the Commonwealth Games on the threshold, the event organised by Comnet Conferences, a division of Exhibitions India Group, was appropriately timed and themed “A preventive not reactive approach to terrorism”. The sessions approached the concerns, by focusing attention on the importance of ‘Preparedness and Response’ mechanisms to avert man-made disasters. This was undertaken under the guidance of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority with the objective to educate the masses.

Pointing towards the growing and changing threats and risks to organisations, Sanjeev Sehgal, Managing Director, Sparsh Securitech, said, “The key to security is to prevent influences which are undesirable, unauthorised or detrimental to the goals of the particular organisation”. Emphasis was further given to integrated command and control systems including - device and systems integration, situational awareness and incident management, compliance policy management and reporting, and last but not least, corporate governance.

Engaging discussions highlighted preparedness to respond to hostage crises and manage rescue operations at civilian level, safeguarding soft targets such as schools, management of civilian traffic, role of first responders, quick evacuation in times of uncertainty, tactical considerations and intelligent, as well as, sensitive handling towards homegrown terrorism.

Eminent speakers including Shri Ajit Doval, IPS (Retd.), National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA), Brig. A. K. Gulati, Vice President, Security & Safety, PVR Cinemas, R. S. Gupta, IPS (Retd.), Former Commissioner of Police, Delhi, Maj. General R. K. Kaushal (Retd.), Sr. Specialist - Policy and Plans, (NDMA), Vice Admiral Pradeep Kaushiva, UYSM, VSM (Retd.), Brig. Dr. B. K. Khanna, SV, VSM (Retd.), Sr. Specialist Training and Capacity Development NDMA, Lt. Gen. R. K. Sawhney, Former Director General, military Intelligence, Shri Hardip Singh Kingra, IFS, Special Officer (Jt. Secretary) (Commonwealth Games) Sports Authority of India, Ministry of Youth Affairs & Sports, Government of India, Shri Kuldip Singh Ganger, Additional Secretary, Delhi Disaster Management Authority, Government of National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi (policy-maker perspective), Raj Kumar, Director - Operations, Delhi Metro Rail Corporation Ltd., Kunwar Vikram Singh, Chairman, Central Association of Private Security Industry (CAPSI) & Association of Private Detectives and Investigators (APDI) , Shri R. C. Sharma, Director, Department of Delhi Fire Services, Government of NCT of Delhi, and many more informed speakers took the dais and actively contributed in the thought-provoking sessions.

“We have been creating trade exhibitions and conferences for over two decades now and would like to use our capability in creating voice platforms that would bring leading visionaries to explore and educate ways of securing the citizens and their unity” said Prem Behl, Chairman, Exhibitions India Group.

The leading magazine Defence And Security Alert (DSA) was the supporting journal for this event.

 

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DSA makes a mark at INDESEC EXPO 2010

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The Indian homeland security industry converged on INDESEC Expo - the leading exhibition that focuses on homeland security held in New Delhi from 6-8 September, 2010.DSA- Defece and Security

Officially supported by the Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India and ASSOCHAM with over 2,000 attendees over 3 days, INDESEC further cemented its position as the market leading event for the homeland security industry.

With exhibitors from 11 countries, INDESEC showcased latest technologies for homeland and border security, network centric operations and maritime security.

Defence And Security Alert (DSA) was the leading journal in defence and security genre and was the centre of attraction during the event which was well attended by all sectors of the homeland security industry and showed an extremely high level of satisfaction from all visitors and participants. Visitors from across India especially from the armed forces - Army, Navy, Air Force, Paramilitary Forces and representatives from the State Police Forces visited DSA stall. Almost all the visitors complimented the quality of high value content and the presentation of the magazine. And our September 2010 issue which was Nuclear Special was the most in demand defence and security publication during this event.

The national and international participating organisations and delegates took note of the presence of DSA in the defence and security journalism arena and highly appreciated the efforts being made by the magazine to disseminate the message of defence and security to every citizen of the world guiding them to become Aware and Alert.

We all at Team DSA congratulate Team INDESEC for organising a meaningful event.

 
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