ISSEE to speak and exhibit at the Transec show this December

Submitted by Anonymous on Thursday, 8th October 2015

In addition to exhibiting this year for the first time, at the  Transport Security Expo  (Transec) on 2 & 3 December 2015, you can also listen to our CEO,  Gordon Storey who will be speaking at the event.

Gordon’s presentation will cover the range of risks to the Transport Industry from  terrorism, focussing on transportation hubs like railway stations, airports (land side), and underground / subway systems.

He will look at the different interfaces between the full support offered by Police and other government agencies, and day to day security management, responsibilities and training.

If you like to know more about ISSEE can help, come and see us at stand H13.

This will be Transec’s  13th edition,  and over the years it has become the main global platform bringing Government, Industry & Academia together to counter the threat against the world’s transportation networks.

As terrorist organisations look to increase an attack impact they are turning to all means of mass transport to deliver that terror. Therefore organisations in the transport industry need a sound counter terrorism development philosophy based on the overarching strategic aim of building long-term sustainable capability to deal with these threats.

ISSEE delivers first class counter terrorism training and disciplines with confidence and credibility.  Our experience of designing and delivering bespoke training courses in for instance  ‘Consequence Management’ and ‘Critical Incident Solutions’, together with our knowledge of EOD, IED-D and Explosives Management and our partnership with Portsmouth University’s forensics department, shows our professionalism and expertise in Counter Terrorism training and Homeland Security.


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