More than 100 local and international organizations participate in ASIS Middle East 2022
Dammam– The 10th International Security Conference & Exhibition, ASIS Middle East 2022, organized by the International Society for Industrial Security in the Middle East under the title "Security Enabling Economic Growth", for 4 days at the Dhahran Expo Hall, will be held with the participation of 100 participants and exhibitors from security organizations representing different countries from around the world, to discuss latest security methods and solutions.
Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Conference, Engineer Ali Al-Zahrani, said at a press conference held in Dammam yesteryear, that the conference will include 33 lectures by leaders and experts specialized in industrial security on the protection of sensitive facilities, risk management, the role of digital transformation and modern technologies in security protection, and the development of the workforce in industrial security.
Meanwhile, the Higher Vice President of the International Society for Industrial Security in the Middle East, Eng. Abdullah bin Ali Al-Ghamdi praised the unlimited support received by the Society and its activities by the High Commission for Industrial Security, stressing that the conference seeks to create a distinct and unique platform for companies and individuals working in industrial security in the region to exchange experiences and develop this sector.
CEO of the National Security Services Company Turki Al-Thunayan stressed the importance of these conferences and forums in providing an important opportunity to exchange experiences and review the latest global security means and solutions, especially in light of the participation of the largest companies and organizations concerned with industrial security and speakers with extensive experience in this field.
The conference is being held for the first time in the Kingdom, which reflects the Kingdom's distinctive environment to attract key global events, such as ASIS Middle East 2022, which is expected to receive over 5,000 participants and visitors.
Source: Saudi Press Agency