Border Security – Conference

by: Matthew Potter
November 14, 2011

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Border Security
Date: 29 February & 1 March 2012
Venue: Sheraton Sofia Hotel Balkan, Sofia, Bulgaria

SMi proudly presents its 5th annual Border Security conference. Following on from the success of last year’s event, Border Security 2012 will be hosted in Sofia, Bulgaria for the second time. This must-attend event will provide a timely appraisal of Border Security concerns in Eastern Europe and around the world and will allow delegates to network with key industry players.

Industry-leading presentations from:
• Brigadier General Marek Adamczyk, Liaison Officer, Polish Border Police
• General Commissioner Zaharin Penov, Director, Chief Directorate Border Police, Bulgaria
• Nenad Banovic, Chief of Border Police, Serbian Border Police
• Cristina Cica, Head of Unit Management of Telecommunications & IT Systems, Romanian Border Police
• Adriano Baptista, Head of Operations Division, EU Satellite Centre
• Petia Karayaneva, Protection Officer, UNHCR
• Roberto Mugavero, President, Osdife – Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence
• Margreet Lommerts, Manager Security & Cargo, Association of European Airlines

To view our conference programme and full speaker line-up, please visit

PLUS – Don’t miss our pre-conference workshop:
Border Security & DocEx: Controlling the Manipulation of Personal Identity
28th February 2012, Sheraton Sofia Hotel Balkan, Sofia
Led by: Jerry Hart, Global Security Risk Analyst, SGS
Gareth Evans, Advisor, UK Police Service

Alternatively, contact Shilan Chandi: +44 (0)20 7827 6738 /

SMi Group offers direct access to key decision makers in this sector through tailored sponsorship and exhibitor packages
For details contact Fiona Punter: +44 (0) 20 7827 6098 /

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