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Lockheed Martin's UAE chief executive delivers keynote address at Interpol Security Forum

Posted 28 March 2017 · Add Comment

Robert S. Harward, chief executive of Lockheed Martin UAE, has delivered a keynote speech to 500 global attendees at the Unity for Security Forum, in Abu Dhabi.

Harward shared candid lessons learned from his forty-year national security career, including the challenges and sacrifices necessary to answer professional calls of duty to make the world a safer place.

The Interpol forum, organised in partnership with the United Arab Emirates and the Interpol Foundation for a Safer World, is a platform for participants to discuss how to implement a global framework to combat future security threats, and best practices in tackling counter-terrorism, organised and emerging crime, and cybercrime.

 Harward said: “This Forum and its theme: Unity for Security, come at a very critical time for us here in the region. We are witnessing one of the most dynamic geopolitical threat landscapes that we have ever seen before. I am honoured to be a part of this forum and share my story, which I hope will benefit the individuals and nations gathered together with common purpose and determination to serve and protect what matters most."

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