The ADNEC group unveils the agenda of the ISNR Talks program

ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates: Under the patronage of His Highness General Sheikh Seif bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior, ADNEC Group has unveiled the exciting program for the all-new ISNR talks, which took place held during the seventh edition of the International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience (ISNR) Abu Dhabi.

Taking place October 10-12, ISNR Abu Dhabi, organized by ADNEC in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior and Abu Dhabi Police Headquarters, provides a unique networking platform connecting regional government agencies with security solution providers around the world. The event will bring together the national community and the cybersecurity community to accelerate public-private collaboration for a safer connected world.

As a key part of the event agenda, ISNR Talks offers three forums over the three days of the event, free to all attendees. International experts and thought leaders will offer fresh perspectives and insight into the most inspiring case studies, with keynotes and engaging panel discussions. Over three impactful days, ISNR Talks sessions will shed light on the future of policing, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection.

On the first day, participants will benefit from key learnings from the Forum on the Future of Policing. It will include an opening session on “The Future of Policing: Embracing Innovation for Crime Prevention Now and in the Future”, a panel discussion on “Smart Cities: Securing the Future: Innovations and New Techniques Transforming Policing in Changing Communities”, and a case study on “Challenges and Opportunities of Harnessing Technology for Better Crime Prevention”. In addition, topics such as “Integrated Multi-Agency Training and Collaboration for Better Oversight”, “Preventing Crime with Technology-Enabled Community Policing”, “Analyzing the Enhanced Skillset Required for Sustaining Order in the 21st Century” and “Social Media Policing: Who Should Be Held Accountable for User Comments and How Should Individuals and Organizations Be Held Accountable?”

Focusing on artificial intelligence, day two will feature two keynotes, “Highlighting the Impact of AI and Machine Learning on Homeland Security” and “Policing the Metaverse – Challenges and Opportunities”. Speakers will share their insights through an “Embracing Digitization in Homeland Security for Better Information and Intelligence Sharing” case study. In addition, panelists will discuss topics such as “The Future of Threat Management – Smart and Intelligent Technologies”, “Fighting the Digital Battle: Maintaining Security, Data Sovereignty and Scalability in Systems Could” , “Ensuring reliable, unbiased and non-discriminatory data for AI learning and decision-making” and “Predictive policing – Separating fact from fiction”.

The final day will see interesting discussions on cybersecurity and critical infrastructure protection. Topics such as “Building Multi-Party Security Mechanisms in Critical Infrastructure”, “Analyzing the Role of Public-Private Partnerships in Securing Supply Chains”, “Robot-Assisted Autonomous Techniques to Mitigate Evolving Threats” and “Using robotics, UGVs and electric vehicles for emergency response” will be explored. Participants may also have the chance to attend panel discussions on “Cybersecurity and Business Continuity: Defending National Assets and Mitigating Possible Threats through Better Cross-Border Collaboration and Intelligence Sharing” and “Doing More with less: Addressing the Resource Challenge with Technology in Infrastructure Protection”. in addition to a keynote on “Smart cities and new threats presented with integrated systems”.

ISNR Abu Dhabi will showcase a wide range of technologies in the areas of digital forensics, anti-malware and anti-spam and anti-virus, human factors, governance, compliance, business continuity, disaster response accidents, identity and access management and application security. The exhibition will also highlight the latest developments in Internet of Things (IoT) security, cloud security, mobile phone security, cyber terrorism and cyber warfare protection, network security, data security, managed security services (MSS) and encryption.

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