Global EMC are delighted to announce that we will be attending the upcoming Security and Policing event at the Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre.

Starting on Monday 12th March, Global will be exhibiting our latest products and services to the Police and Security industry, including demonstrations of a brand-new product.

The new product we will be demonstrating is the Forensic Evidence Box (FEB). The FEB addresses the secure storage and data-safeguarding needs of individual mobile phones. They are impenetrable by electromagnetic radiation, including RF cellular and Wi-Fi signals to eliminate connectivity and ensure that phones and digital assets inside remain safe from remote lock and wipe commands. Devices are also protected from GPS signals to prevent location tracking.

Global EMC’s Forensic Evidence Box (FEB) is designed for secure crime scene collection and seized mobile phone transportation. Used by police forces, law enforcement and security agencies to isolate seized phones, FEB closes the data integrity gap by removing device vulnerabilities while in transit to a forensic lab for triage.

Global EMC’s Commercial Operations Director had the following to say regarding the upcoming event. “As a first-time exhibitor last year, Security and Policing proved rewarding and allowed for many insightful conversations with visitors from national and international law enforcement. So, this year we have selected the event to launch a pioneering security product – the Forensic Evidence Box. We have taken our Faraday cage expertise, with ultra-high-performance shielding technology, and re-engineered it into a portable solution. In law enforcement and security applications, the impenetrable FEB solution will prevent remote wireless access to smartphones and portable digital devices, safeguarding critical data. I am really looking forward to demonstrating this at the show and engaging with customers regarding our wider RF shielding products and solutions”.

The Security and Policing exhibition runs from the 12th to the 14th of March and gives people within the industry the opportunity to meet and discuss the latest advances in delivering national security and resilience with leading UK suppliers, UK and overseas Government officials and senior decision makers across the law enforcement and security sectors. Anyone wanting to visit the event can apply for their free pass by visiting Security and Policing 2024 – Apply to attend

If you would like to arrange a meeting with Lee, please contact us by emailing or by calling 01623 755539.