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Take part in Safe Cities Survey 2014


Safe CitiesSecurity and IT systems, government agencies and global businesses are having to collaborate more than ever before to create technologically advanced ‘Safe Cities’ capable of protecting infrastructure and public-safety.

While this has potential to create huge opportunities for forward-thinking businesses, it also poses many challenges along the way, as they learn new skills and ways to collaborate.

This survey is intended to find out where you feel you and your business are in relation to Safe Cities
How real an issue is it to you? How can we help by providing insight, research and educational content?

To thank you for taking part we will send you an exclusive copy of the final market research report.

Join the debate on Smart and Safe Cities at IFSEC International on June 16-18 at London, ExCeL

Meet leading suppliers of security solutions which are at the centre of securing our cities. Take the opportunity to ask speakers, like Dr Simon Moores or The Earl of Erroll, the key questions about security guarding that are affecting you. Register today

Inspirational Speakers

This year we welcome three inspirational speakers.

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Karren Brady

Ranulph Fiennes

Chris Hoy

Other industry expert speakers include…

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Atul Rajput

Regional Director,
Axis Communications

Dr. Simon Moores

Managing Director,
Zentelligence Ltd

David Emm

Principal Security Researcher,
Kaspersky Lab UK

Geoff Zeidler

Immediate Past Chairman,
& PaS Lead, BSIA

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Jim McHale

MD & Founder,
Memoori Business Intelligence

Jim Swift

Head of Security Engineering,

Mick Neville

Head of Forensic Image Team,
Metropolitan Police

The Earl of Erroll

Independent Crossbench Peer,
House of Lords

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Roz Euan-Smith

Senior Analyst
Smart Homes & Smart Cities, IHS

Tony Pearson

Senior Consultant,
Exova Warringtonfire Consulting

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