Andrin Raj together with Terence Fernendes, Media and Communication’s Director of IACSP with Malaysian Defence Minister, YB Mohammad Sabu at his office in Mindef. The meeting took place to address the IACSP’s 2018 Asean Security Symposium and the support of the event by the Minister himself in engaging with the IACSP in countering the threats of terrorism.
The meeting also provided the Minister with IACSP’s previous trainings provided to the Ministry of Defence on countering terrorism. The IACSP 2018 Symposium was opened and graced by the Minister himself giving the keynote speech during the Symposium.
The IACSP will ensure key support to the Minister on needs of advise and consulting on terrorism and its threats to Malaysia and globally as a specialist centre with its international experts operating locally and abroad
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Nations across Africa are investing heavily to enhance their border security capabilities in an effort to effectively deter illicit cross border activity. For example: The launch of the Border Management Authority (BMA) in South Africa proved the significance of joint operations to maximise border security and improve the resilience of border authorities.
To give you a better understanding of what challenges Africa’s borders are facing and the requirements they need in order to combat them, we’ve put together an interactive map which gives you a glimpse of:
Threats faced by some of the major countries in the continent
Steps and actions taken by authorities to combat these threats
Major spending by each country to solve their border security challenges and develop upcoming requirements