Morocco participates in the exhibition to prevent risks

The activities of the seventh edition of the International Exhibition for National Security and Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi 2022) began this Monday in Abu Dhabi, with the participation of delegations from various countries, including Morocco.

Morocco is represented at this event, organized by the “ADNEC” group, in collaboration with the UAE Ministry of the Interior, and in which important national, regional and international companies specializing in the field of national and cyber security, a delegation composed of Idris El Gohary, Wali, General Director of Internal Affairs, and Mohamed Moftakir, Wali Director of International Cooperation of the Ministry.

The expo, which will run until October 12, is a platform for networking and building relationships between various government agencies in the region, security solution providers from around the world, and stakeholders in the cybersecurity sector.

Within the framework of the exhibition, high-level workshops will be organized, with the participation of a group of experts and opinion leaders from all over the world, to present new ideas and visions on cybersecurity issues; As well as interactive discussion sessions highlighting a variety of topics, such as “the future of surveillance and artificial intelligence” and “cyber security and protecting critical infrastructure.”

The event also addresses a variety of topics related to integrated training and cooperation to improve policing, crime prevention through technology-enabled policing, in cooperation with society, analysis of the enhanced skill set needed to work in the police in the 21st century, and surveillance of social networks.

The meeting will also discuss the topic of artificial intelligence and how it affects homeland security, as well as issues primarily related to the future of threat management, security maintenance, data sovereignty and proactive surveillance.

In addition, the event will showcase a wide range of technologies specifically related to digital forensics, antimalware, spam and viruses, human factors, governance, incident response, identity management, and application security; It also highlights various topics, such as IoT security, mobile security, cyber terrorism, cyber warfare protection, network and data security, and border security.

It is noteworthy that the exhibition attracts 120 official delegations from all over the world during this session, an increase of 20 percent compared to the previous session.