Securex West Africa rescheduled to 30 June-1 July

Securex West Africa Logo 307x210 Following the escalation of COVID-19, Securex West Africa has been rescheduled to take place at the Landmark Centre on Victoria Island in Lagos from 30 June - 1 July 2020, encompassing fire and rescue, commercial, perimeter, homeland and cybersecurity

A high-level conference will be running alongside the exhibition and the programme will include technical classes, presentations and panel discussions hosted by industry-leading minds from across the region as well as international names.

The conference is created in close collaboration with leading industry associations, commercial partners and ministries to ensure its relation to issues most relevant and vital for West Africa.

The year 2020 will welcome back West African Cyber Security Summit (WACSS) once again. A full day is dedicated to this high-level conference that will focus on analysing the most effective methods of cyber protection from growing threats posed by new technology such as the internet of things, and up to 300 cybersecurity professionals from within the region will be in attendance.

Securex West Africa 2020 will see the return of Firexpo, a dedicated fire and safety pavilion, that will be running alongside the exhibition. This will be a good opportunity for business owners to explore overlapping interests in fire and safety, as Firexpo will be concentrating on these sectors.

With sister events Securexpo East Africa and Securex South Africa, Securex West Africa is part of a bigger brand and guarantees to deliver an international trade platform for its visitors and exhibitors. Discover the prominent issues affecting security, hear industry experts and leading brands as they share insight and key knowledge to strengthen your security measures.

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