About
SRIEE 2017

The Security Research, Innovation and Education Event (SRIEE2017) will be held in Tallinn on 14 and 15 November, 2017 providing access to innovation. Find out the latest trends, seek for new parterships and initiatives for research and development projects, get together with EU representatives, practitioners, academics.

As part of the SRIEE2017, the European Commission organises its Security Research Event 2017 (SRE2017). The SRE2017 offers a Security Research Conference and Expo, where the European Commission presents their latest projects and policy initiatives in the field of security research.

In the SRIEE2017, the focus will be on how to reduce the gap between research and the market so that innovative solutions can meet the needs of practitioners and other users.

More information about the whole programme of the Security Research Innovation and Education & Event

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Main Topics:

  • The future of security research
  • From research to practitioners and end-users
  • Responding to terrorist attacks
  • Dematerialized border contol
  • Managing multi-country disaster situations
  • Counter Terrorism and Organised Crime
  • Cybercrime and the use of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) and situational awareness

The Programme Includes:

Approximately 400 participants – researchers, industry representatives, public security providers and practitioners (i.e. fire departments, police, intelligence agencies, etc.), and policymakers from across Europe – are expected to attend this year’s event.

So mark your agenda in advance of the full SRE programme and registration details – all to be made available soon for this free-of-charge event.

Working language of the Conference is English. English-Estonian simultaneous translation will be provided.