India’s Leading Security Conference Returns to New Delhi!  

India’s leading security conference, the SECURITY TODAY Knowledge Summit 2023 is back in its physical avatar! It’s scheduled to take place on the 4th of December 2023 at The Lalit in New Delhi.

The SECURITY TODAY Knowledge Summit is an annual flag-ship event organised by the SECURITY TODAY magazine to enable the protection industry to come together on a common platform and discuss various security related problems faced by the security professionals and offer implementable risk mitigation solutions. Each year the event gathers the top CSO’s, Security Risk Management Practitioners and Technology Evangelists from the private security industry with industry leaders putting forward their perspective on various security related issues and acquaint the invited audience with the latest developments.

The event invites participation from categories such as CSOs, CISOs, Risk Managers, CROs, Disaster and Crisis Managers, Professional Security and Safety Practitioners, End Users, Government Representatives, Police, Paramilitary and Defence Personnel, Consultants, Researchers & Students and anyone who has an interest in these areas. Registrations are now open.

Over the years The Knowledge Summit presented by SECURITY TODAY has gained universal recognition for providing in-depth coverage of leading edge technical and security management issues facing Protection Professionals. It is meticulously curated to cater to the distinct needs of industry stalwarts and security practitioners.

Reliance Industries hosted the most recent physical event at their Jio Talks auditorium in Navi Mumbai. Additionally, the Karnataka Police have also hosted the STKS event at their Police Headquarters in Bengaluru in the past.

Please stay tuned for upcoming announcements regarding the most relevant topics and renowned guest speakers. Currently, delegate registrations are open and can be completed at:

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