Month: March 2017


Interpol World Singapore


INTERPOL World – Singapore (5-7 July 2017)

INTERPOL World is a trade event which promotes public private partnerships and serve as a business platform for security manufacturers and service providers to offer innovative security solutions to law enforcement agencies, government officials and security professionals from the commercial sectors. INTERPOL World creates an environment for public and private sectors to come together to identify, develop and drive security initiatives for real world security situations across four key domains: Cybersecurity, Safe Cities, Border Management and Supply Chain Security.

July 5, 2017 to July 7, 2017 – Suntec Singapore Convention& Exhibition Centre, 1 Raffles Boulevard, Suntec City, Singapore 039593, Singapore
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ISS World Europe – Prague


ISS World Europe – Prague (13-15 June 2017)

ISS World Europe is the world’s largest gathering of European Law Enforcement, Intelligence and Homeland Security Analysts as well as Telecom Operators responsible for Lawful Interception, Hi-Tech Electronic Innvestigations and Network Intelligence Gathering. ISS World Programs present the methodologies and tools for Law Enforcement, Public Safety and Government Intelligence Communities in the fight against drug trafficking, cyber money laundering, human trafficking, terrorism and other criminal activities conducted over today’s Telecommunications network, the Internet and Social Networks.

June 13, 2017 to June 15, 2017 – Clarion Congress Hotel Freyova 33, Metro B Vysocanska, Prague 9 Prague, CZ, 19000, Czech Republic



King Willem-Alexander Visits The Hague Security Delta


King Willem-Alexander Visits The Hague Security Delta

23 March 2017 – On 23 March 2017, his Majesty King Willem-Alexander visited The Hague Security Delta: a network in which businesses, knowledge institutions and governments work together on knowledge development and innovation in the field of security. The core is the HSD Campus, the national innovation centre for security in The Hague. 50 of the 250 partners of HSD are located at the Campus. These parties vary from governments to knowledge institutions and from startups & SMEs to corporate organisations. All of these partners share a common goal: more business activity, more jobs and a secure world.

At the HSD Campus, the King of the Netherlands spoke with representatives of involved organisations and the HSD Board, followed by a guided tour. Richard Franken, executive director of HSD: “This visit offered us the opportunity to familiarise his Majesty with the diversity on initiatives within HSD. Besides that, we discussed some challenges in the security field, such as the lack of IT and cyber security talent, the tensions between privacy and security, and the cyber security threats with regards to the Internet of Things.”

HSD partners talked about four topics with King Willem Alexander:

  • The education of Cyber Security talent. The University of Leiden, TU Delft and The Hague University of Applied Sciences offer an executive master education in Cyber Security at the Cyber Security Academy. The King spoke with professors and professional students about challenges, such as guaranteeing the sufficient supply of professional teachers, anticipating on the quick developments within the cyber security domain and the protection of the balance between security and privacy.
  • SAM the security robot, which can patrol autonomously. The robot is designed by Robot Security Systems/Lobeco in collaboration with Trigion, TU Delft and end users. With the help of HSD investments and its partners, it is now successfully used at the Port of Rotterdam. In addition to the physical threats, the port of Rotterdam also needs to be resilient against digital threats.
  • The National Cyber Testbed, an investigation by TNO and HSD – in consultation with the Metropolitan region Rotterdam/The Hague – with a focus on how society can be more resilient against cyber attacks. As long as the possibilities of digitalising, ‘The internet of Things’ and ‘Smart Cities’ grow, vulnerabilities for ‘hacks’ will grow as well. The municipality of The Hague and KPN have been the first organisations to support the development of this Testbed.
  • Sweetie 2.0: preventing child abuse. Tracks Inspector, the University of Leiden and Tilburg University work for Terre des Hommes on the development of an advanced version of a ‘chat robot’. Using artificial intelligence it prevents the abuse of children through webcam sex. 

ISS World Middle East – Dubai


ISS World Middle East – Dubai (13-15 March 2017)

ISS World Middle East is the region’s largest gathering of Law Enforcement, Intelligence and Homeland Security Analysts as well as Telecom Operators responsible for Lawful Interception, Hi-Tech Electronic Investigations, DarkNet Monitoring and Cyber Intelligence Gathering.

March 13, 2017 to March 15, 2017 –   JW Marriott Hotel Dubai, Abu Baker Al Siddique Rd, Deira, next to Hamarain Shopping Center, P.O. Box 16590, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


Security & Policing Home Office Event – Farnborough


Security & Policing Home Office Event – Farnborough (7-9 March 2017)

This UK Government event is the largest police, security and National Resilience event in the UK and provides a platform for showcasing world leading technologies, products and solutions to more than 570 police services, Government departments, organisations and agencies from the UK and overseas Security & Policing 2017 will bring together international professionals and experts from Government, law enforcement, police service, CNI and industry to share knowledge and experience.

March 7, 2017 to March 9, 2017 – FIVE (Farnborough International Venue & Events) Show Centre, ETPS Rd, Farnborough GU14 6AZ
Booth: # B15


New website for Group 2000’s solution LIMA Network Protect

New website for Group 2000’s solution LIMA Network Protect
We have launched a new microwebsite for our LIMA Network Protect solution.

Group 2000 LIMA Network Protect is a modular solution that can protect the mobile network against overload caused by disasters and other planned or unplanned events. Barring at cell level, LIMA Network Protect can for example ensure network availability for critical emergency services. Besides cell level barring, group level subscriber barring and control is supported for regulatory purposes.

To find out more about this solution, please visit: