Security Trade Shows

Security Trade Shows: The Direction of Security Trade Industry for 2013

If you wish to know where the security industry is headed this 2013, then attending various trade shows is highly recommended. It is wise for people in the security industry to know what’s hot and what’s not. The Security Industry is one of the fast developing and changing industries there is. In fact, the security issues that we are having today will play a big role in the development of the Internet. 2012 was filled with various developmental trends in the security industry and this 2013, these changes are expected to greatly influence the trends that will be coming this year.
Here are some trends that we will be seeing in various security trade shows this 2013:
More mobile security attacks. Today, there is an increase usage of mobile devices— smartphones, PC tablets, laptops and many more. For over many years now, security experts have always been worried about the security of these mobile gadgets. This 2013, it is expected that more and more people will be using these mobile gadgets. As a result, there will also be an increase in the security problems that are commonly associated with these gadgets. In fact, almost millions of people were harmed by mobile malware last year. That number is only of those people who live in the U.S. Although this trend is just slowly increasing, this is one trend that will not go away anytime soon.
Desktop threats. Although, the major focus of security experts today is on mobile threats, the desktop threats are still here to stay. This 2013, desktop will still be a probable target of many security threats.
Increased importance of Internet for government use. Government from all over the word has realized the importance of the Internet when it comes to monitoring, surveillance, espionage and many more. Because of this, there is an increased need for protection against cyber-attacks.

Mining Trade Shows

We all know that the mining industry is one of the toughest industry out there. As of now, mining companies are working hard against various factors such as increasing operation costs, strong Australian dollar as well as unstable prices of commodity. With all the uncertainty in the mining industry, it is quite hard to predict the pattern of future demands of the industry. If you would like to know what the future trends are, it is best that you regularly visit mining trade shows all over the globe.

According to some mining experts, here are some mining trends we are likely to see this 2013:
Continuous investment. Indecision is one of the biggest cause of failure for a lot of companies and industries. This 2013, it is expected that companies who fail to expand or make only marginal investment may promote supply constraints in the long run. They can also be a great hindrance to the industry’s capability to meet the future demand of consumers in a cost-effective manner. Because of this, mining companies should continue to invest.
Remote locations equals bigger responsibilities. These days, more and more mining companies are moving to more remote locations. Even though this is the case, the focus of most experts and authorities is still on how they operate. Since this is the case, the authorities will have bigger responsibilities—not only for their own behavior, they have to take into consideration their suppliers’ and contractors’ behaviors as well. An increased demand in corporate social responsibility (CSR) is required.
Innovations equals greater efficiency. The mining industry still has a great need for innovation. This 2013, this will be the focus of most mining authorities. For one, a lot of people use the Internet to keep updated regarding the activities of mining companies. In addition to that, this is also used to communicate with various mining companies.


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