Top sleuths from countries across the world will gather in the national capital to discuss global challenges they are facing. 150 detectives from over 50 countries will brainstorm on crucial issues ranging from security scenario, anti-corruption and cyber-security from 10th to 14th October. The 92nd WAD Annual Conference will be organised by the the World Association of Detectives (WAD) and will focus on issues like black money, counterfeit currency, anti-corruption challenges, cyber security threats, Asian Age reported.
“Over 150 super sleuths, global investigators and detectives will gather to discuss emerging challenges in our sector and how to prepare to face them. The conference will bring together international experts from various fields like security, police, defense, private investigation and forensic sciences fields,” said Kunwar Vikram Singh, President of WAD, who is also the head of the Security Sector Skill Development Council (SSSDC), reported The Asian Age.
As per reports, the detectives, private investigators and security experts are likely to call upon key Indian ministers and government officials to discuss challenges and threats in terms of Cyber Security and the Dark Web, Anti-Corruption Partnerships and cyber threats. WAD is a global alliance of investigators & security professionals from all over the world. It strives to promote and maintain the highest ethical practices in the profession of private investigator or security service.