Who Should Attend

If you work for or are involved in any of the following sectors, then the World Border Security Congress conference and exhibition is the event for you:

Border management, immigration, customs and security policy makers and practitioners.

Senior representatives from national border services, police, customs, and immigration services, as well as organisations, services and suppliers to the border management and security industry, including:
– Customs and border control officials
– National / Homeland security advisors, policymakers and personnel
– Coast guard officers
– Chiefs of Police and Police and law enforcement officers
– Boundary commissioners
– Diplomats and foreign affairs officials
– Borderland planners and managers
– Defence and security departments
– Consular officials
– Policy analysts
– Global Security Risk Analyst
– Heads of Department of Economic, Management and Operation of Maritime Transport
– Heads of National Analysis Centre
– Heads of Sector, EU and Schengen
– Security system providers


050427-N-1825E-084 Persian Gulf (April 27, 2005) – Coast Guardsmen aboard U.S Coast Guard Cutter Monomoy (WPB 1326) wave good-bye to the guided missile cruiser USS Antietam (CG 74) after the first underway fuel replenishment (UNREP) between a U.S. Navy cruiser and a U.S. Coast Guard Cutter. Antietam completed fuel replenishment with the Monomoy in about two hours and saved the 110-foot patrol boat a four-hour trip to the nearest refueling station. Antietam and Monomoy are conducting maritime security operations (MSO) in the Persian Gulf as part of Commander, Task Force Five Eight CTF-58). U.S. Navy photo by Journalist Seaman Joseph Ebalo (RELEASED)