What to expect at IFSEC International 2022

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IFSEC International will be taking place 17-19 May 2022 in London. Find out what we can expect from the show this year  

IFSEC International will take place 17-19 May 2022 at the ExCel in London. IFSEC provides the largest gathering of security installers and integrators, end-users, distributors and manufacturers. As well as the opportunity to meet hundreds of leading security suppliers across access control, video surveillance, perimeter protection, cyber security and more.  

What sessions will take place?  

Over the three days there will be a diverse range of sessions and courses exploring different topics within the security sector. You can find the full agenda on IFSEC’s website, some sessions include:  

Cyber Security by Hikvision on Tuesday 17th May, 9:30am – 1:30pm  

This course will cover the basics of cybersecurity, cybersecurity in the physical security world, privacy & compliance and best practice for all fire and security engineers.  

Implementing a SmartBuilding solution in our 500 offices worldwide, to save over 40M€ a year on Tuesday 17th May, 10:30am – 11:00am  

Four years ago Capgemini developed a SmartBuilding system for its own use. Sensors (desk, room, air quality, people counting), a workplace app and dashboards. Hans Scholten,  

Corporate Real Estate Manager at Capgemini will be leading this session.  

Digital Service Masterclass by Texecom on Wednesday 18th May, 9:30am – 1:30pm  

This course looks at the benefits of cloud technology over software-based platforms including alarm signaling and integrated apps.  

Optical Fibre Overview and Fusion Splicing Workshop by Tavcom on Wednesday 18th May, 9:30am – 1:30pm  

This is where you get hands on with Optical Fibre, you will get to prepare and strip optical fibre (removing the protective polymer coating) in preparation for fusion splicing.  

Mind the gap – Upskilling fire systems installers, ECS card changes and FESS on Thursday 19th May, 10:45am – 11:25am  

As the skills gap remains an issue for those installing fire and security systems, how will the changes to ECS card requirements support the push for improved competency standards?  

LPCB Attack Testing Zone  

Technicians from the Loss Prevention Certification Board (LPCB) will put a range of security doors, perimeter fencing, shutters and covers to the test by attacking them with hammers, wire cutters and other handheld tools at IFSEC 2022.  

The LPCB, which is part of BRE Global, has worked with industry and insurers for more than a century to set the standards needed to ensure that fire and security products and services perform effectively.  

Burnished by third-party certification LPCB’s Loss Prevention Standards (LPS) are widely recognised and applied in fire and security sectors around the world. At the LCPB Attack Testing Zone LPCB technicians will put non-approved products to the test alongside LPCB-approved alternatives that have achieved a minimum of LPS 1175 SR-3 compliance.  

The results should demonstrate starkly the difference in quality between approved and unapproved versions of security products.  

 

To read more exclusive features and latest news please see our April issue here.

Media contact

Rebecca Morpeth Spayne,
Editor, Security Portfolio
Tel: +44 (0) 1622 823 922
Email: editor@securitybuyer.com

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