The 25th International exhibition of security and fire protection equipment and products
19-22 March 2019 • Moscow, Expocentre Fairgrounds, Pavilions 2, 8

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How the World Cup changed the Russian security sector

How the World Cup changed the Russian security sector

By the time you are reading this article the FIFA 2018 World Cup will be over. And while the tournament has transformed the lives of players and fans worldwide during its four weeks, it has also transformed Russia’s security industry.

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Russia security market update July 2018

Russia security market update July 2018

Increased video surveillance in the Moscow region, a huge number of fire safety violations, and a new ranking for Russia in digital competitiveness are top stories emerging from Russia’s security sector in July 2018.

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Securika Moscow – What do our exhibitors think?

Securika Moscow – What do our exhibitors think?

We can sit here and hit you about what makes Securika Moscow the foremost international security and fire protection in Russia, but we know a second opinion is often the strongest.

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Russia security market update June 2018

Russia security market update June 2018

Security in Russia remains as interesting, inspiring and intriguing as ever. This month, we see Samsung invest in developing new technologies in the heart of Russia, new fire extinguisher standards, and some big global news.

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5 future security technologies to watch out for right now

5 future security technologies to watch out for right now

Technology never stops evolving. From the creation of simple stone tools to sophisticated integrated security systems, mankind the forever pushing the tech boundaries. Nowhere is this more keenly felt than in security.

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Security in Russia – the state of the market

Security in Russia – the state of the market

Russia’s security needs are extensive – it is the world’s largest country and a G20 economy after all. Even so, the nation rates poorly when it comes to national safety statistics. Ominous, perhaps, but surely that points towards increased opportunities for security and fire protection specialists?

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