SICUR FORUM, the programme of technical seminars at the SICUR 2022 International Safety and Security Trade Fair will run from 22 – 25 February. It provides a space for analysis and debate that will address the most topical issues and the new challenges in security, as part of a critical event that will reflect the importance of this sector for the functioning of the economy and the progress of society.
Organised by IFEMA MADRID, in partnership with the most important associations and entities representing both industry professionals and consumers, SICUR FORUM offers four days of content focused on information and training, helping to strengthen knowledge and bring safety and security to the forefront of attention for both professionals and consumers.
The SICUR FORUM follows the same organisational format as the trade fair, by sector: Security, Fire Safety and Emergencies, Occupational Health and Safety, and SICUR Cyber.
The Security block will host the seminar presenting the Cluster 3 HORIZON EUROPE FORUM ‘Civil Security for Society’, organised by the Centre for the Development of Industrial Technology (CDTI), as well as the conferences ‘Women and Security: we drive change in trends’ from the Spanish Association of Security Companies (AES) and ‘Are we Contracting Satisfactory Security Services?’ from the Business Confederation of Security and Service Users (CEUSS). There will also be a session entitled ‘ERTZAINTZA’s Commitment to Innovation: some examples of impact’, while AES is organising the seminar ‘40 years of boosting the industry: global security, new challenges and demands’, which will be organised into four talks discussing the disappearance of cash in Spain, biometrics in private security, digitalisation in private security and EU Next
Generation funds, and cybersecurity standards for technology products and services in the security industry.
Occupational health and safety
With respect to occupational health and safety, SICUR will hold a session on the ‘Coordination of Public Health and Occupational Health and Safety in the Control of Pandemics’, organised by the National Association of Accredited Preventive Entities (ANEPA), the National Association of External Prevention Services (ASPREN) and the Spanish Association of Occupational Prevention Services (AESPLA). There will also be a seminar on ‘New Challenges in Occupational Health and Wellbeing: addressing psychological and emotional health and prevention applied to new models for work’, organised by the MAPFRE FOUNDATION, AESPLA and the National Institute of Occupational Health and Safety (INSST), and a session on ‘Personal Protection, Mobility and Sustainability’ from the Association of Personal Protection Equipment Companies (ASEPAL) and the Mapfre Foundation.
Within the framework of SICUR Cyber, the Borrmart publishing house is organising a series of talks by experts on various topics related to cybersecurity, including corporate security, electronic security technologies and other areas.
The first seminar will focus on cybersecurity in the digitalisation of private security, corporate protection, the Spanish cybersecurity ecosystem, what to do after a cyber-attack, and the investigation of cybercrime on the web.
The second day of SICUR Cyber will feature the Guide to Best Practices in Physical Security Projects and explore issues such as Agents Involved in Cybersecurity in Physical Security Systems, Cybercrime, 2022 EU Funding for Security – European Programme Cluster 3: Civil Security for Society, Cybersecurity, Surveillance and Access Control and Cybersecurity and Mobile Phones.