HLS INDONESIA 2018
Homeland Security (HLS) Indonesia 2018 Show
Indonesia / Jakarta
19-20 September 2018
HLS INDONESIA 2018 The International Association of Counter Terrorism and Security Professional (IACSP) South East Asia was proud to be one of the partners in the Homeland Security (HLS) Indonesia 2018 Show held at Jakarta city on 19-20 September 2018.
The event saw the gathering of professionals and experts who are actively engaged in the areas of Counter Terrorism, Internal State Security, Law enforcement, Defense Industry, ICT Corporations and Research Centers; sharing current affairs particularly related to combating acts of terrorism, human and drugs trafficking in the region.
The highlight of the event was the experiences shared by the experts in the field. The 2-day conference programme is fully supported by The Ministry of Law, Indonesia Nasional Police, National Counter Terrorism Agency, National Narcotics Board and the National Cyber & Crypto Agency. Panel discussions was chaired by Mr. Rakyan Adi Brata, IACSP Deputy Director and Indonesia’s Counter Terrorism expert advisor to the House of Representative. He brought about eye opening views from various experts about Indonesia’s new terrorist landscape and its challenges ahead.
IACSP South East Asia Regional Director, Mr. Andrin Raj also delivered a brief presentation on the Periphery of Terrorism in South-East Asia stating his views on the latest development of “Institutionalized Radicalism” being an important area that needs to be addressed by all stakeholders. Many are not aware of such radicalization program. Andrin calls for the need for this matter to be addressed openly, objectively and professionally.
Congratulations to HLS to a well organized event and we look forward to the next HLS event Indonesia 2020.
20th -23rd March 2018
3rd Emergency Management for Airports Summit 2018
The IACSP SEA Region participated in the summit with Andrin Raj speaking on Preparing for Marauding Firearms, Blades and Explosive Attacks Conducted by “Lone Wolf” in airports. Andrin drew the specific concern on the new threats emerging for lone wolf attacks primarily “outside” of the regular aviation security and protection protocols.
The Summit provided open discussions, interactions and networking with speakers and participants throughout the entire summit. The aim was to provide practical and implementable solutions to the day-to-day business challenges and the latest information and best practices to mitigate and resolve pertinent emergency management for airports.