Renowned Airport Security Experts Gather to Discuss Their Strategies for 2010 and

Published November 3rd, 2009 - 10:37 GMT

The Airport Security Summit Middle East 2010, which will be held from 7- 10 February at the Grand Millennium Hotel, Dubai, will play host to renowned and insightful airport security experts from organisations including the General Civil Aviation Authority - UAE, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, General uthority of Civil Aviation- Saudi Arabia, Arab Air Carriers Organisation AACO), Etihad Airways, Aviation Canada, Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), harjah Ministry of Health and Gulf Air.

Over 15 distinguished security experts from Canada, the UAE, Bahrain, reland, The Netherlands, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia will discuss evolving ecurity threats and highlight their latest strategies for detecting, rotecting and responding effectively and efficiently.

Topics that will be discussed include: managing the intelligence threat nd risk assessment process in government and private sectors, bridging the ap between airports, airlines, law enforcement and governmental uthorities, examining essential preventative measures to counter the spread of the H1N1 flu virus and evaluating new biometric security technologies and implementation methods.

Ronald Augustin, Conference Chairman for Airport Security Middle East 2010 and Deputy Senior Vice President - KLM Security Services, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, The Netherlands, says "We must change the current linear security systems into more intelligent systems to prevent security from hindering aviation growth. At the moment, security is killing us softly. It has never been more important to discuss these issues and strategies going
forward."


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