VOICES FROM COUNTER TERROR EXPO 2010
The second edition of the Counter Terror Expo took off in London on April 14, 2010 with participants drawn from all sectors of the security industry across the globe to include also, decision makers, both nationally and internationally, allied industries, the broad security family in and around the world, other interest groups outside the security world – the public sector representatives, other private sector representatives, visitors, to name, but a few.
Never before has an event which is just in its second year drawn such a genuinely concerned and enthusiastic crowd. The long queue of people at the Olympia venue of the exhibition waiting to be vetted and ushered in surpassed that often seen in a new hit film and to the credit of Mr Peter Jones and his great team, the whole event was excellently managed.
Hear it fresh from some of the exhibitors as they made out time to talk about their products and the event. After all, the proof of the pudding is in the eating.
Excerpts of their quotes as recorded by our editorial team led by JOHN ADUMA, editor, Vigilance -The Security Magazine
Sir, I've seen many articles that insist coding and computational thinking should be the building blocks of the UK’s IT curriculum. While this is true, it might not be enough, unless combined with the practical application of coding. This means teaching children how to use technology to solve physical, real-world problems.
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