PORT SECURITY OPERATIONS CONFERENCE & EXPO : Professional Development and Technical Education In a Time of Change
The 9/11 terror attacks on the United States deeply affected port operations internationally. On July 1, 2004, ports worldwide signified compliance with the ISPS code, and U.S. ports with the MTSA, by registering port security plans in their country and becoming listed on the IMO List of Compliant Facilities. Florida ports have been dealing with regulated seaport security since before 2001. Since 2004, much has changed for operators. Implementation of port security plans has been successful and security is being woven into the operational activities of ports daily. Best practices are being learned, and ways to achieve more with less cost are being discovered. But changes continue, and nowhere is that more true than in Florida and the Gulf Ports. Learn More >>
The 2013 PORT SECURITY OPERATIONS CONFERENCE & EXPO (PSOC) is driven by the need for professional development and technical education, especially during a time of change. PSOC will be a forum for practical discussion of how to most effectively implement security in the port environment.
The Port Security Operations Conference & Expo is the premier source of security information sharing for the security sector.