Security Watch India (SWI) is a non-partisan, not-for-profit organization that addresses
issues in the space of the relatively new homeland security sector. SWI works towards
a secure tomorrow by enhancing security awareness and consciousness in Indian industry
and civil society.
The rapid growth of the Indian economy is having an undesirable side effect in the
form of social unrest caused by the urban-rural divide, accentuating internal security
challenges. We at SWI believe that these challenges need to be addressed adequately.
Our mission is to assist in the transformation of the India homeland security apparatus
to meet these challenges by bringing in new technologies, training methods and awareness,
through the involvement of the international homeland security industry. SWI is
one of the few international platforms which provide cutting-edge information for
technology providers and investors about the emerging opportunities in the Indian
homeland security market.
A mix of youth and experience, the research team consists of experts from various
fields like police, law enforcement, government, military, industry and young scholars.
CREATE security consciousness among all stakeholders.
PROMOTE business opportunities in the Indian homeland security sector.
GUIDE homeland security enterprises who are seeking a profitable future
EDUCATE and train businesses in business resilience.
PROVIDE an unbiased platform for communication that cuts across hierarchy
and dimensions of homeland security landscape in the world.
This is done through a series of conference, seminars and meetings held across the
globe to create security consciousness among citizens, industry and the government.
Creating the groundwork for improved homeland security, these conferences also serve
as a vehicle to educate the stakeholders about state-of-the-art security methodologies,
technologies and training programs. In addition to provide a cerebral platform to
all the stakeholders, SWI also undertakes original research on key emerging business
opportunities in the homeland security space in India. SWI seminars and initiatives
have had participation from the highest level of government, industry and other