Israel Trade & Economic Office, U.S. Southern Region
November 11-14, 2012 | Tel Aviv, Israel
It is with great pleasure that we announce the 2ND International Conference on Homeland Security, to be held November 11-14, 2012, in Tel Aviv, Israel.
Initiated by the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute in cooperation with the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Home Front Defense, the Israel Police, Ashdod Port Company, the Israel Ports Company and the Israel Trade Fairs Center, Israel HLS 2012 will include lectures, seminars and panel discussions, and an exhibition showcasing some of the finest field-proven and next-generationtechnologies and systems in the industry. As well, there will be lots of opportunity to greet colleagues and create new business relationships through formal and informal meetings.
Israel HLS 2012 should be attended by all public decision makers, security professionals and HLS industry managers with an interest in:
Ø Cyber Security
Ø Securing Smart Cities
Ø Critical Infrastructure Protection
Ø Emergency Management and Preparedness
Our previous HLS conference, held in 2010, attracted more than 500 security officials from around the world, including public security ministers, senior government and municipal officials, emergency response and port authorities, police commanders and HLS industry managers. They heard and met with security experts and industry leaders discuss today’s challenges in the light of growing global terror, criminal activity, threats to public order and natural disasters.
Of particular note, a full half-day on November 14 has been dedicated to on-site technology demonstrations at Israel’s busiest seaport, the Port of Ashdod, located on the Mediterranean Sea a half-hour south of Tel Aviv, to be followed by a tour of Jerusalem’s Old City. Both tours are by advance registration only.
See 2012 event agenda here.
Israel HLS 2012 is a closed event, open only to government officials and HLS industry managers.