ASIS Middle East 2017

​​​​Security Conference & Exhibition

Manama, Bahrain, 5-7 November 2017​

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ASIS Middle East 2017 provides an established platform for education and business exchange. The event addresses the key trends and issues facing professionals in the region dealing with physical and cyber security, risk, compliance, investigations, crisis management, safety and disaster response.
In support of Vision 2030 initiatives across the GCC, the event program will focus on security as an enabler of economic diversification. ASIS will create a program leveraging its unparalleled pool of experts from critical infrastructure, oil and gas, manufacturing, finance and hospitality. 
The event will showcase leading opinions, analysis, strategic frameworks and practical experience, in combination with an exhibition featuring the latest solutions and technologies.

A sample of companies attending ASIS Middle East events:

​Abu Dhabi Investment Authority​Abu Dhabi Police
​AIG​Al-Tayer Group
​Applied Materials​Bank of America Merril Lynch
​Chevron Phillips Chemicals​Consulate General of  Germany
​Deutsche Post DHL​Dubai Natural Gas Company
​Dubai Police​Dubai World
​Embassy of Australia KSA​Emirates
​Emaar Retail Group​Ericsson
​ExxonMobil Saudi Arabia​Fairmont Hotels and Resorts
​FAST Metro Riyadh​FedEx
​HCIS​Henkel
​Intercontinental ​ICSS
​Kapsarc​KAUST
​KFUPM​KAFCO
​LEVI STRAUSS & CO.​Majid Al Futtaim
​Methanol Chemicals Company​MetLife
​Movenpick Hotel​NatPet
​Nike​Northwestern University
​Palantir Technologies​Petro Rabigh Company
​Prince Sultan Military Medical City​Royal Canadian Mounted Police
​Royal Commission Yanbu​SABIC
​SADAFCO​Sadara Chemical Company
​SAMREF​Sanofi
​Saudi Aramco​Saudi Chevron
​Saudi Electricity Company​Shell
​Siemens​Sipchem
Saudi Special Security Forces​Thales
​UAE Armed Forces​Uber
UNDP​US Embassy
​Yasref Company​Zurich Insurance Company

 

For more information, please contact the ASIS EMEA Office:

+32 2 318 5751

middleeast@asisonline.org