ABU DHABI, UAE, April 28, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- The 3rd Annual National Security Middle East (13 to 16 June 2010, Le Meridien Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates) is back by popular demand. In 2010, the summit will address highly topical issues and strategies to overcome the barriers to information-sharing between government and private agencies for enhanced border protection.

Speakers include Major General Prof. Mohammad Ahmad Bin Fahad, Director, Dubai Police Academy who will inaugurate the conference and present on the Academy's role in improving border protection. This is followed by Dr. Mahir Ali Nayfeh, Chief Technology Officer, Abu Dhabi Systems and Information Centre (ADSIC), who will share the Centre's initiatives in facilitating information-sharing for the region while Major Khalifa Ebrahim Al Salais, Director, Department of Protective Systems, Dubai Police, will give a first-hand update on the framework and requirements for security training and systems.

Other regional and international experts speaking at the event include Marwan Gharaibeh, Director of Customs Support Services, Abu Dhabi Customs; Roy Mente, Chief Innovation Officer, Staff Royal Marechaussee; Ihab Minabbawy, Regional Expert, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime; Captain Mohammed Aziz, Advisor to the Chairman, Middle East Airlines and Chairman of Aviation Safety Committee, Arab Air Carriers Organisation; Ian Neill, Deputy Director e-Borders, Home Office; and Peter Hanel, Board Member, European Biometrics Forum.

In addition to this gathering of top quality speakers, security experts from IBM, ESRI, Harris Corporation and Control Risks will also unveil cutting edge technology and solutions for border security, detection and sensing and integrated security platforms.

Grace Chng, Director of National Security Middle East Summit 2010 says: This year, the agenda has shifted its focus to discuss effective and transparent information-sharing strategies to facilitate better border control. This issue has been put under the microscope, especially in light of the findings from the failed Nigerian bombings in December 2009. Recent news has also indicated that the collaboration with security experts in the Middle East region is critical to global security ''

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CONTACT: For more information please contact: Michaela Heidenfelder,Marketing Manager, IQPC Middle East FZ LLC, Block 11 Office #111, KnowledgeVillage, PO Box 502397, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Tel: +971-4-4331420,Fax: +971-4-363-1925