General Police Equipment Exhibition & Conference (GPEC)
Event submitted on Monday, July 22nd 2019, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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Although not purely about cybersecurity and even though not everyone can attend, we still included this event on our list because it includes topics and technologies that are related to cybersecurity.
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Since its inauguration event in 2000, GPEC has developed to be one of Europe’s biggest closed specialized trade fair for Police and security authorities. The event is regularly held under the patronage of the Federal Minister of the Interior. GPEC comprises all subject areas, serves as One-Stop-Shop with regards to resource conservation with authorities and is in constant exchange about current requirements. A framework program including conferences, official working group meetings, and practical training makes GPEC again and again to be an indispensable branch forum.
In its 11th edition as specialized trade fair exclusively for members of authorities, GPEC®provides again the confidential framework for the exchange with top leadership personnel, procurers, technicians and end-users on Federal and Länder level, from Germany and all over the world.
GPEC is not open to the public – it is only accessible for visitors from national and international security authorities who will present a service ID card.
Access is granted to decision-makers, executives, procurers, technicians, instructors and end-users from police, border guard, customs, justice, prison service and government intelligence and security services as well as special task force and infantry units of armed forces and members of other government departments and authorities using police technologies, professional ICT, security and rescue technology as well as special equipment. Members of parliament responsible for security tasks or budget matters are also admitted.