26 – 27 Μαΐου 2017 – Αθήνα, Divani Caravel

Time for Security

Through extroversion & professionalism

This age’s modern challenges and the constantly shifting landscape of risks, make the need to update security, more crucial than ever.

One basic perquisite to achieve this goal is to change the mentality in managing security issues, centered around extroversion and professionalism, both in the public and private security sectors. That will lead to more effective protection services to civilians and businesses, while establishing relations based on mutual appreciation, trust and cooperation.

The 5th Security Project Conference will take place on the 26th and 27th of May 2017, in Athens, at the Divani Caravel Hotel, by Smart Press and the Security Manager magazine. It’s time to talk openly about security issues, without preconceptions and obsessions, through scheduled discussions panels on this age’s challenges, highlighting any and all critical issues in risk management, as well as practical applications of administration and modern technologies in security projects.

The Security Project event will once more be the leading annual meeting place for specialists and professionals in security, in Greece, where they will have an opportunity to participate in an event of keeping up to date, interactive communication, knowledge and information exchange, highlighting thoughts, and extroversion for this sector.

The conference will be split, as always, into 2 themed days. On the 1st day -Friday 26 May- we’ll hold the Security Managers Forum, while on the 2nd day -Saturday 27 May- we’ll organize the Security Technology Day.

Friday 26 May 2017 –

Security professionals talk openly about today’s challenges

The time has come for the preventive security to get the recognition it deserves. To be highlighted more vividly as a value totally associated with prosperity, development, productivity, social peace and democracy.

The time has come for Public security forces to meet the modern age and come closer to civilians, through higher efficiency and more professional staff.

The time has come for the Private security sector to upgrade the services they offer, approaching the demands of the industry through reliability.

The time has come for security managers to persuade business clients to choose security services and solutions, based on quality, not just cost.

During the 1st day of the conference, we’ll organize discussion panels, speeches and presentations that aim to address the above, and at the same time highlight challenges concerning criminality of any kind, modern forms of terrorism, as well as optimal management practices of security projects in all sectors.

Saturday 27 May 2017 – 

When projects themselves speak for the benefits of technology

The time has come for professionals who implement technology projects to offer end clients what they really need, based on each project’s special requirements.

The time has come for any who deal in security systems -retailers, integrators, installers- to think out of the box, and provide their clients with complete solutions.

The time has come for clients -whether individuals or businesses- to seek and select brands and systems that addresses their needs, judging first by quality and reliability.

During the 2nd day of the conference, totally dedicated to security systems, specialists and managers from both Greece and abroad, will present practical applications of new technologies in this sector. They will highlight several projects as Case Studies, for small installations, like houses and small businesses, as well as large spaces of complex requirements.

Sponsors expo

During 2017’s Security Project, there will be a dedicated expo area for sponsors, offering all attendees an opportunity to contact companies from the private security sector in Greece, in order to have “face to face” meetings and keep up to date on their solutions and services.

Who should attend?

Security Project is the annual Greek event for:

  • Security Systems integrators, distributors, resellers, dealers, installers​​
  • Security Service Providers
  • Enterprise Security Risk Management executives
  • Security Managers in Private Companies and Public Organizations
  • Government/military professionals
  • Homeland security professionals
  • Law enforcement professionals
  • Security consultants
  • Security trainers
  • Architects & Engineers
  • End-Users from various vertical markets including Healthcare, Education, Finance, Retail, Transportation/Public Safety, Hospitality & Entertainment, Oil/Gas/Utilities and more.