A Safe Environment is Fundamental. The aviation industry will see double the growth on passenger traffic volumes by 2035. These challenges are thrown into the existing inefficiencies of airport infrastructure, passenger facilitation, and landside security.
Why the Need for Such a Symposium? All heads of State, Countries, and Airports are responsible for the identification, prioritization, assessment, remediation, and security of their respective internal critical infrastructure that supports primary mission essential functions.
The ever-changing nature of threats, whether natural through climate change, or man-made through terrorist activities, either physical or cyber-attacks, means the need to continually review and update policies, practices and technologies to meet these demands.
The 2-Day Counter-Terrorism Symposium 23-24 January aims to provide you with the information you need to plan your security strategy. There will be 2 separate sessions, attend one or both to get the most out of it. Your attendance is key to this conference. We have speaker line up key subject matter experts and professional instructors to deliver massive content and practical information.
The 2-Day Counter-Terrorism Training Course 25-26 January with 3 professional certified instructors meeting International Civil Aviation (ICAO) Regulations, International Air Transport Association (IATA) standards, Transportation Security Administration (TSA-USA) requirements, International Ship and Port Facility Security Code (ISPS) and Counter-Terrorism Professional.
Target Audience: Police, Customs, Immigration, Law Enforcement Authorities, security and screening personnel involved in Aviation / Airline / Airport Security / Cruise Ship / Port Security / Ground Transportation, Border Security, Venue and Infrastructure Security Personnel.
Early Bird Registration Rates apply to symposium and training and are now open to those that want to reserve and secure a seat before November 15th.
Don’t Wait To Register – Limited Seating!
Sponsors and Exhibitioners are welcome to participate.

For More Information Visit: www.miamiconference.org