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Protecting Major Events from Terrorism

Protecting Major Events from Terrorism

Major Event Security at Security & Counter Terror Expo

Major Events Security at Security & Counter Terror ExpoPlaces of mass gathering not only present terrorists with potential opportunities for large scale casualties and high impact media coverage, they pose a broad range of security challenges for their owners and operators.

Recently we have seen terrorists target crowded places and Major events with devastating effect. The threat against sporting events from IS and other Islamist militant groups is set to remain a long-term concern.

Attacks involving the use of bladed weapons, tools, and even vehicles, as well as single active shooters, improvised explosive device (IED) attacks in various forms, or a coordinated attack as seen in Paris involving multiple gunmen, are considered the most likely form of terrorism against a sporting event.

Security & Counter Terror Expo will provide a unique platform for those tasked with protecting major events and crowded places from terrorism.

FREE REPORT: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF COUNTER TERRORIST SECURITY AT MAJOR EVENTS

Major Events Report from security & Counter Terror ExpoWith potentially thousands of victims in a confined space, crowded places are becoming the preferred choice of target for terrorists in Europe.

With recent attacks in France and Germany highlighting how vulnerable crowded places such as major events are, security professionals are looking at how to best protect against the threats. Our latest white paper looks at countering terrorist threats at major events and the capabilities needed to protect against them.

Download your report here

Major Events International: Trade Mission to Japan

Major Events InternationalThe Rugby World Cup 2019 and Tokyo Olympics 2020 in Japan presents a once in a lifetime opportunity for major event experts and suppliers to establish a presence in this important market and Asia more generally.

MEI is leading a second delegation to Japan during the week 6 March and we invite you to register your interest. The visit aims to deliver enhanced market profile, gain new business and collaboration relationships, understand how best to pursue opportunities and meet key stakeholders.

The programme is split into two parts with a focus on Tokyo and on the Rugby World Cup host city of Sapporo. For the Sapporo part of the programme we will collaborate and participate in the Japanese Sports Tourism Alliance 2 day conference. Details of the outline progamme and MEI support is outlined below but we welcome your questions so please get in touch.

For more information, please download the brochure

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