Abu Dhabi, UAE : The Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company (ADNEC) will host and organise the International Exhibition of National Security and Resilience (ISNR Abu Dhabi). The upcoming edition of the event will see Huawei join as technology partner, offering their insights and expertise as a leading global ICT solutions provider.
The exhibition, held in collaboration with the Ministry of Interior, will take place at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Centre (ADNEC) from February 21-23, 2022.
ISNR Abu Dhabi will highlight the latest innovations and solutions, strengthen commercial and business relations, as well as foster partnerships in the fields of National Security, Cyber Security, Policing and Law Enforcement and Critical Infrastructure Protection.
Saeed Al Mansoori, Executive Director of Capital Events, said: "We are thrilled to have the support of Huawei as Technology sponsor and partner for the upcoming edition of ISNR Abu Dhabi. As an event where thought leaders, experts, and change makers in national and cyber security communities convene, ISNR Abu Dhabi is truly the perfect platform to identify avenues in which we can safeguard our communities and countries, as well as spark meaningful change in the industry. With the continued support of Huawei UAE, we are looking forward to witnessing the success and excellence that the upcoming edition of ISNR Abu Dhabi will bring.”
Jiawei Liu, CEO of Huawei UAE said: “We are again pleased to be partnering with ADNEC for this year’s International Exhibition of National Security and Resilience 2022. ISNR will bring the global cyber security community together to accelerate public-private collaboration for a safer, connected world. This mission aligns with Huawei’s vision around cybersecurity. We regard cybersecurity as a shared concern and have long advocated for lasting partnerships to tackle a common threat.”
He added: “The continuous digitalisation efforts across the world has led to a rise in cyberattacks, therefore, we firmly believe that in order to achieve a greater defense, we need strengthened global cooperation. It is not the responsibility of one company or country. We need to cooperate on unified regulations to protect the cyber space and ensure the digital economy is safely guarded.”
Co-located alongside the Unmanned Systems Exhibition & Conference (UMEX) and the Simulation and Training Exhibition and Conference (SimTEX) for the first time, ISNR Abu Dhabi will attract several official delegations, consisting of representatives of the Ministry of the Interior, police and security leaders, as well as a large number of visitors, officials, and decision makers – reinforcing the event's status as the most trusted regional platform.
ISNR Abu Dhabi is expected to see participation from 20 countries from around the world, welcoming more than 26,000 visitors.
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