SICUREZZA, Europe’s leading security and fire exhibition, will host more than 500 companies with solutions for every field of application, a busy schedule of conferences, many of them certified, and vertical areas dedicated to the hottest topics.
Whether a simple residential solution, or a more complex project dedicated to the business world or critical infrastructure, making something secure means more than simply selecting and installing a single product. Regardless of context, it means proposing an integrated solution that is tailor made, while also evaluating the risk and the necessary investment.
SICUREZZA 2023 will offer a complete overview of integrated solutions designed for different fields of application, from residential to retail, from cities to airports, from large-scale events to companies, and even customised proposals for contexts with particular requirements, such as hospitals or museums.
Four halls and 539 companies that will present innovation across all market segments, including video surveillance, passive safety, anti-intrusion and access control, fire fighting and drones.
With an eye to integration, the event once again runs simultaneously with Smart Building Expo, the event dedicated to digital technology for networked buildings and smart cities, a technological synergy that allows all operators to have a more rounded view of the market and its potential.
Intelligent video cameras that warn in case of potential risk, anti-intrusion solutions that can be managed remotely, integrated cloud systems, facial recognition, and artificial intelligence are just some examples of the significant development the security world is experiencing as it moves towards growing digitalisation. A momentous change that brings new risks, drawing attention to the protection of data and the activation of strategies to protect against attacks of various nature. For this reason, SICUREZZA makes room for the Cyber Arena, a new exhibition, training and information area dedicated to the theme of Cyber Security and designed to help companies best manage IT threats. Cyber Security Talks will take place over the course of the three days of the show, with experts in the field offering their views on the main effects of IT threats in order to prepare players in the security sector in terms of tackling the new scenario.
A wide-ranging exhibition offer, but also three days packed with opportunities for professional updating, with conferences and workshops that also offer training credits. Organised by associations, editors and companies, the meetings will cover a range of topics, from urban security to cyber security, without forgetting the latest regulations and standards, indispensable for operators who want to remain updated and competitive. The importance of continuous training is fundamental for the sector: skills can no longer be improvised and, particularly following the application of GPDR, those who are not aware of their civil and legal responsibilities put both themselves and the company they work for at risk. See the conferences program here.
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