Home / Our news and views / Upcoming European security conferences & exhibits (15/11/2012)

Upcoming European security conferences & exhibits (15/11/2012)

Events Calendar

Here are some upcoming events related to European civil security we think readers should be aware of:

Safety and Security aspects of Civil-Military Co-ordination in Air Traffic Management
(organised by the Cyprus Presidency of the European Union Council)
23 November 2012, Athens, Greece

ENISA High Level event 2012 – EU Cyber Cooperation
27 November 2012, Brussels, BE

Privacy and Emerging Technologies: International Conference of the FP7 PRESCIENT Project
27–28 November 2012, Berlin, DE

BSC Berlin Security Conference
27-28 November 2012, Berlin, DE

Public Safety Communication Europe Forum (PSCE) Annual Conference 2012
28-29 November 2012, Rome, IT

Maritime Security Round Table 2012
29 November 2012, Brussels, BE

ENISA Workshop on Minimum Security Measures for Smart Grids
29 November 2012, Brussels, BE

5th Annual Defeating IEDs Training Workshops and Technology Exhibition
3-4 December 2012, Brussels, BE

3rd Annual European Data Protection & Privacy Conference
4 December 2012, Brussels, BE

RPAS CivOps: Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems Civil Operations Conference
4-5 December 2012, Brussels, BE

Securing Organisations against Cyber Attacks
6 December 2012, London, UK

Piracy Incident Management Workshop
12-13 December 2012, Antwerp, BE

5th Annual Conference on EU Space Policy
29-30 January 2013, Brussels, BE

Lone Actor Terrorism: Implications for Border Security
26 February 2013, Bucharest, RO

Border Security Conference
27-28 February 2013, Bucharest, RO

European Smart Grid Cyber and SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) Security
11-12 March 2013, London, UK

Infosecurity Europe – Information Security Conference
23-25 April 2013, London, UK

Counter Terror Expo
24-25 April 2013, Olympia, London, UK

Check Also

The EP pushes for international ban on the use of killer robots

By BROOKS TIGNER, with KYLE ATTAR
BRUSSELS – Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are demanding a ban on weapons that have no “meaningful human control”.The resolution, passed overwhelmingly on 12 September by a majority of the MEPs (566)  is non-binding, however, on the 28 member states but is supported by Federica Mogherini, the EU’s policy chief for security and defence policy. She has already begun an international dialogue to try and bring the world into consensus as to the direction of autonomous warfare. The resolution notes that lethal autonomous weapons (LAWs) are machines without the ability or capacity to make human decisions and, as such, remote operators must take responsibility for life or death decisions. Much like drones, these weapons bring up strong ethical and moral dilemma regarding...