ABOUT
ASIAN MARKET
INTRODUCING ISDEF
ISDEF is part of the Avnon Group and is Israel’s largest international tradeshow organiser in Defence, HLS, and Cyber.
For over a decade, ISDEF has received recognition and broad support from government bodies and prominent leaders in the private sector, the security community, and military and law enforcement both in Israel and abroad.
ISDEF takes place once every two years in Israel and is alternately hosted in different countries. The 11th event occurred in March 2022 in Tel Aviv and was the first post-Covid exhibition. It successfully solidified its reputation as Israel’s most significant international defence expo. Furthermore, ISDEF 2022 hosted a record number of official trade and defence delegations from around the globe.
ABOUT
ASIAN MARKET
INTRODUCING ISDEF
ISDEF is part of the Avnon Group and is Israel’s largest international tradeshow organiser in Defence, HLS, and Cyber.
For over a decade, ISDEF has received recognition and broad support from government bodies and prominent leaders in the private sector, the security community, and military and law enforcement both in Israel and abroad.
ISDEF takes place on ce every two years in Israel and is alternately hosted in different countries. The 11th event occurred in March 2022 in Tel Aviv and was the first post-Covid exhibition. It successfully solidified its reputation as Israel’s most significant international defence expo. Furthermore, ISDEF 2022 hosted a record number of official trade and defence delegations from around the globe.
WHY THAILAND, AND WHY NOW?
Every nation faces threats. These threats can be social, such as aggression from a neighbouring country, infiltration from a terrorist group, or global economic trends that compromise the nation’s welfare. Other threats can be natural, such as hurricanes or viral pandemics. Any threat challenges a nation’s power and disrupts its well-being.

The latest ASEAN Security Outlook report (ASO) looks at all security-related challenges in the area. It offers perspectives and shows concerns about the regional security environment, national defence, and security policies. Member States emphasise the transboundary and cross-cutting nature of terrorism and violent extremism, transnational crimes, cybersecurity and natural disasters and call for strengthening cross-sectoral and cross-pillar coordination and collaboration to address these issues.
The main regional threats shared by all member states:
CYBERSPACE
Another issue identified as a security concern by most member States is the security of cyberspace. More than any other security issue, cybercrime recognises no national borders or boundaries, and thus addressing cybersecurity issues demands cooperative and collaborative approaches.
HOSTILE GOVERNMENTS
Some national security threats come from foreign governments with hostile intentions. These threats may include direct acts of war and aggression. But they can also be subtler and harder to detect. Examples include espionage and election interference.
NATURAL DISASTER
Hurricanes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters can seriously damage a nation’s people and physical infrastructure.
MARITIME SECURITY
Maritime security is a concern identified by all nine maritime ASEAN Member States.
SEE YOU SOON AT THE EXHIBITION!
WHY THAILAND, AND WHY NOW?
Every nation faces threats. These threats can be social, such as aggression from a neighbouring country, infiltration from a terrorist group, or global economic trends that compromise the nation’s welfare. Other threats can be natural, such as hurricanes or viral pandemics. Any threat challenges a nation’s power and disrupts its well-being.

The latest ASEAN Security Outlook report (ASO) looks at all security-related challenges in the area. It offers perspectives and shows concerns about the regional security environment, national defence, and security policies. Member States emphasise the transboundary and cross-cutting nature of terrorism and violent extremism, transnational crimes, cybersecurity and natural disasters and call for strengthening cross-sectoral and cross-pillar coordination and collaboration to address these issues.
The main regional threats shared by all member states:
CYBERSPACE
Another issue identified as a security concern by most member States is the security of cyberspace. More than any other security issue, cybercrime recognises no national borders or boundaries, and thus addressing cybersecurity issues demands cooperative and collaborative approaches.
HOSTILE GOVERNMENTS
Some national security threats come from foreign governments with hostile intentions. These threats may include direct acts of war and aggression. But they can also be subtler and harder to detect. Examples include espionage and election interference.
NATURAL DISASTER
Hurricanes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters can seriously damage a nation’s people and physical infrastructure.
MARITIME SECURITY
Maritime security is a concern identified by all nine maritime ASEAN Member States.
SEE YOU SOON AT THE EXHIBITION!