Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company organises networking session with ISNR Abu Dhabi 2022 partners
Publication Date: 19 May 2022
Abu Dhabi, UAE, 19 May 2022: Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior organized a networking session with the partners of the International Exhibition of National Security and Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi), held on 10-12 October 2022, at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre. The session was held to allow participants to network with senior officials and leaders of the cybersecurity solutions industry ahead of the event.
During the session, the partners were briefed on the latest developments related to the 7th edition of the exhibition, which is being organised by ADNEC in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior, bringing them up to date on the needs of the relevant government agencies in terms of innovative security solutions.
His Excellency Major General Salem Mubarak Al Shamsi, Vice Chairman of the Higher Organising Committee of the International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi), said in his statement on the sidelines of the event: “The International Exhibition of National Security and Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi 2022) plays a pivotal role in developing the business of participants and expanding it. We are confident this exhibition will provide new prospects and valuable opportunities for all participants wishing to develop their businesses. The exhibition seeks to form a joint platform that brings together those involved in the fields of national security and cybersecurity, in order to bring forth a future for our world characterised by networking and safety.
“This session seeks to allow exhibitors to meet and network before the official launch of the exhibition, and it was designed specifically to accentuate the reach and reputation of this event and its importance in benefiting all participants. We are confident that this session is a valuable networking opportunity before the beginning of the anticipated event’s official activities. It constitutes a global interactive platform to discuss international ideas, experiences and practices in developing and updating solutions in the policing and security fields, in addition to consolidating relations between actors in this sector and initiating new cooperation relations,” His Excellency added.
Saeed Al Mansouri, CEO of Capital Events, part of ADNEC Group, said: “We at ADNEC are committed to developing the exhibitions sector in Abu Dhabi and the region and general. ISNR Abu Dhabi 2022 seeks to provide support to all domestic and international relevant parties and exhibitors who will be participating in the event, availing them of our considerable network of global companies and our in-depth knowledge of the sector. It is expected that this edition will be the biggest in the history of ISNR since its launch in 2008.
“ISNR Abu Dhabi is the top event for those involved in national security and cybersecurity, due to its active role in facilitating commercial deals, promoting intellectual excellence, and raising awareness. Participating in ISNR Abu Dhabi 2022 will provide many opportunities, including witnessing the latest innovations, networking with decision-makers at government agencies, promoting brands on a large scale, and enhancing their digital impact,” he added.
“Participants in ISNR 2022 will have an opportunity to meet guests from all over the region and the world and network with official delegations and VIPs, including representatives and officials from defence ministries, chiefs of staff and armed forces, and commanders of air and naval forces.
The 7th edition of ISNR Abu Dhabi will focus on showcasing the latest innovations and security solutions, and consolidating business and relations and partnerships among companies operating in the four sectors of national security, cybersecurity, police and law enforcement, and protecting vital facilities. It also includes three high-level conferences discussing the future of police work, national cybersecurity, and limiting the risks of national digital transformation
ISNR Abu Dhabi will be reviewing a wide range of technologies in the fields of digital forensics, combating malware and spam and viruses, human factors, governance, compliance, business continuation, response to accidents, identity and access management, application security, IoT security, cloud security, mobile phone security, cyberterrorism and protection from cyberwar, network safety, data safety, managed security services (MSS), and encryption.