Minister of State for Security and former MI5 Chief to address UK Security Expo

  • 23 Nov 2016

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The Minister of State for Security, Ben Wallace MP, is set to deliver a keynote address at UK Security Expo on the 30th November, as the security sector grapples with the fallout from Brexit and the election of Donald Trump in the US.

The event will provide a timely opportunity to hear from the Minister, as well as insight from Sir Charles Montgomery, the Director General of Border Force, who will deliver a presentation on the UK’s Border Security Strategy following Brexit.

Sir Jonathan Evans, the former Chief of MI5, will also be on hand to discuss the security implications for the UK arising from the vote to leave the EU following the referendum in June.

UK Security Expo will feature over 150 speakers discussing the industry’s most pressing issues and more than 200 exhibitors showcasing the latest products and technologies.

The Home Office JSaRC and CPNI will also be at the London Olympia on the 30th November – 1st December to demonstrate its Securing Crowded Places initiative.

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