The past two years have been extremely challenging for most industries but with restrictions gradually easing, we are starting to see transport networks resuming services, tourism experiencing a resurgence and sports and cultural events taking place, albeit all with new rules in place and, in turn, facing new security challenges.
We must not forget that the threats we were concerned about pre-COVID-19 have not disappeared; in fact, as we resume normal operations, the threat to our transportation networks, sporting, music and other large-scale entertainment venues, places of worship, retail parks, hotels, museums, tourist attractions and crowded spaces will be even more complex and diverse than before.
The security industry needs to evolve to protect itself from terrorist, criminal and other forms of attack. Those working in the industry must acquire the necessary skillsets to detect the subtle signs of negative intent and learn how to deal with the threat accordingly.
In line with previous events, Behavioural Analysis 2022 will deliver practical insights into operational techniques used to identify individuals with negative intent. It will allow delegates to develop their knowledge of behavioural analysis through presentations from leading experts from academia and from within the security industry itself.
We recognise the value of face-to-face events and we cannot wait to welcome back our delegates from around the world! Covid-19, with its many devastating impacts, still presents obstacles in travelling and attending events, that is why we want to make this edition as accessible and affordable with a lower delegate rate!