Networked security is top topic at BeNeLux Day

September 14, 2022

From 20 to 23 September 2022, the international security industry will be guests at Messe Essen. Security Essen will be the platform for innovative products and knowledge exchange. On 21 September, the BeNeLux Day will provide an opportunity to learn from each other. Security Essen, the German-Dutch Chamber of Commerce (DNHK) and the Dutch Cluster Security Delta (HSD) invite you to the German-Dutch Security Forum. The subsequent networking meeting will enable the participants to intensify their contacts.

Criminals do not stop at national borders. Advancing digitalisation also increases the risk of becoming a victim of cyberattacks. What can security experts from Germany and the Netherlands do to counter this? Can we learn from the experiences of our neighbouring country? To what extent do products and services from both countries complement each other? Where are the greatest market opportunities? This is precisely where the German-Dutch Security Forum comes in, providing answers and new input. Industry experts and entrepreneurs from Germany and the Netherlands will report on practical experience and discuss current trends with the audience.

The programme in detail

The forum area in Hall 6 / Stand 6B41 will be open to interested parties from 9:30 am. After a brief welcome at 10 a.m., there will be a joint keynote address entitled “Trends in the security market in Germany and the Netherlands – _a comparison” by Wouter Goudswaard, Eye Security, and Patrick Grihn, networker NRW. Afterwards, the audience will have the opportunity to ask questions before the event continues at 10:45 a.m. with a cross-national panel discussion. Dennis Ochmann, Weckbacher Sicherheitssysteme GmbH, Jan Martijn Broekhof, Guardian360, Bastiaan van Hamersveld, Edgeway, and Dominic Schneider, Telenot, will exchange views on stage on the topic of “Networked security technology and cybersecurity in practice. Market trends, country-specific differences and business opportunities in the neighbouring country”.

At 11:30 a.m., all participants are invited to the networking event in the Security Experts Meeting Area (Hall 6 / Stand 6E42) to make new contacts and expand existing ones. In the afternoon there will be enough time to discover the fair and its innovations together or on your own.

Registration

To participate in the German-Dutch Security Forum, registration is required at https://www.dnhk.org/veranstaltungen/details/german-dutch-security-forum. A day ticket for Security Essen is included.

Security Essen welcomes further international visitors

Exhibitors from 36 nations will present their innovations at Security Essen. The interest of the experts is also characterised by a high degree of internationality. The transnational exchange distinguishes the fair. Thus, numerous international experts have already announced their participation. The United Nations will send a delegation for purchasing to Essen. The European umbrella organisation of the DIY sector, EDRA, will also be making a stop in the Ruhr metropolis. Kenya will now join other country delegations. Security Essen is part of an information trip from the East African state, which is also inviting interested parties to an information event on 20 September 2022 at 10 a.m. in the Future Safe House in the immediate vicinity of the fair.

Further information at: www.security-essen.de

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