18-19 June 2018
Kempinski Hotel Gold Coast City, Accra, Ghana

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West Africa National Security & Armoured Vehicles 2018 Agenda

West African nations are investing millions into their critical security.Download the agenda now to find out the topics to be discussed in tackling West Africa's national security threats.Ghana Armed Forces, G5 Sahel, ECOWAS, Cameroon Police, National Drug a ...

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Agenda at-a-glance

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Articles

Global Armoured Vehicles Market Report 2018

The market for armoured vehicles and related equipment has become wide-ranging. Technological advancements have seen a significant rise in the use and utility of unmanned ground vehicles, artificial intelligence, virtual training and survivability equipment. Active protection systems – having long been seen as the preserve of wealthy states – are...

Security Considerations in Africa

Africa has been on something of a spending spree in the past few years, upping their stake in the global defence market while addressing urgent security challenges at home. For most states, reinforcing the reputation of a secure and civilised environment is the first step in encouraging foreign investment and...

Combating transnational organised crime fuelled by escalating instability across Africa

Africa’s steady creep towards being the global hub for transnational organised crime and violent terrorism is becoming one of this decade’s key security concerns for international actors. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) estimates that 13 percent of global cocaine traffic moves through West Africa, meaning that...

All of West Africa under threat of militant insurgency, says Ghana president

Ghana's President John Dramani Mahama has warned that Islamist militancy poses a threat that could destabilise the whole of West Africa. Download this article now to learn more.

Additional Event Information

Post-Event Report: West Africa National Security Conference 2017

Download the 2017 Post Event Report now to find out the calibre of people who attended the event, key speakers and much more!Contact us at enquiry@iqpc.ae to receive a copy via email.

Whitepapers

Market Report: What are African countries focusing on to combat national security threats?

West Africa currently faces a widening range of threats to its security, including drug and arms trafficking, human smuggling, violent extremism and cybercrime. Download our new report now to discover how emerging security solutions and technologies are rapidly changing the size and nature of the West African security market, as...

Market Report: Ghana's National Cyber Security Centre

West Africa is waking up to the risks of cybercrime, prompting a rapid rise in cybersecurity investment across the region.Download our report now to discover the developing solutions to the cyber threats currently facing West Africa, including the establishment of Ghana's National Cyber Security Centre.Contact us at enquiry@iqpc.ae to receive...

Market Report: Combatting African Border Threats

Africa faces a highly fluid and challenging threat landscape with regard to its border security situation.Download our report now to gain insight into the wide range of threat types and the security solutions necessary to counter them, which are gaining attention and investment across Africa. These include: fixed surveillance and...

West Africa National Security - Challenges faced and solutions required

Download this article now to find out more about:Security issues relevant to the West Africa region and how they are uniquely compounded by factors such as terrain and criminal activities Cutting-edge security solutions necessary to combat said issues, including advanced technologies and up-to-date strategic and logistical planning How the Tema...

What are African countries focusing on to combat border security threats?

Borders have become a major source of conflict in Africa over the years. Porous borders are common in the region, resulting in cross border crimes and instability. A high level of porosity makes countries easily penetrable by smugglers of drugs, weapons and contrabands.Download the whitepaper now to learn more or...