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Intersec 2023 brings together more than 1000 exhibitors from 55 countries
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Intersec 2023 brings together more than 1000 exhibitors from 55 countries

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Intersec 2023 has brought together more than 1,000 exhibitors from 55 countries. Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Chairman of the Dubai Council for Border Crossing Points Security, had opened the show, the 24th edition of the world’s leading trade fair for safety, security, and fire protection.

Intersec 2023 is a truly global exhibition for security, emergency services, fire, safety, policing and cybersecurity, attracting more than 1,000 exhibitors from 55 countries, including 10 country pavilions: Canada, China, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Italy, South Africa, Singapore, Turkey, and the UK.

“The high level of interest in Intersec 2023 in the build-up to the event has carried forward into an exciting opening day with great energy, dialogue, deal-making, and networking fueled by positive industry growth forecasts and increased demand for the latest solutions for safety of people, places, and a rapidly evolving cyberspace,” said Alex Nicholl, Portfolio Director at Messe Frankfurt Middle East, the event organisers.

“This is a truly global gathering, spanning security, emergency services, fire, safety, policing and cybersecurity and for the next three days is the place to be to learn, explore, and examine the full business potential of an exciting industry that is growing at an exceptional pace.”
Intersec runs until January 19 with dedicated product showcases for commercial and perimeter security, homeland security, fire and rescue, safety and health and cybersecurity, special features, and a powerful conference and knowledge-sharing programme.

Key highlights for day two of the Intersec Conference include a keynote session from Dr Bushra Al Blooshi, Head of Research & Innovation, Dubai Electronic Security Center, titled “Pioneering Digital Economy: Integrated & Innovative Smart Secured Services Ecosystem”, and a session on “The Present and Future of Hybrid Cyber Warfare”, with Sultan Al-Owais, Digital Lead at the Prime Minister’s Office.

Intersec 2023 will also recognise the best of the security and safety industries through its awards programme, which has attracted 1,256 entrants – of which 54 have been shortlisted for accolades to be presented at a gala ceremony at the Ritz Carlton DIFC on Wednesday, January 18.

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