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27-28 SEPTEMBER 2022
OLYMPIA LONDON

Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit

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Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit

Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit

The Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit will look at the changing nature of serious and organised crime and terrorism and terror trends currently affecting UK Counter Terror capability, from Prevent to Protect, Pursue and Prepare. It will look at current topics dictated by the Home Office and Counter Terror Police UK focusing on Prevent but looking at how threats have developed during the lockdown periods and what as an industry we need to do collectively to help counter them.

Serious and organised crime is an international threat that transcends boundaries and borders, so it is only right that the threat and countering that threat is examined from an international perspective, drawing lessons from across the globe.

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10:00
  1. 30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
10:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • To understand the fragmented nature of the phenomenon (from Templarism to Satanism).
    • To understand the importance of the far-right evolving symbolic and ideological settings to identify groups' activities and their online presence.
    • To learn current radicalisation strategies and the challenges to contrast them.
11:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • The developing challenges facing the fight to counter terrorism in the UK today.
    • How state-sponsored activities, the rapid growth in extreme right-wing terror and how the threat has developed, throughout the pandemic.
11:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • The Counter Terror challenges in the USA are slightly different to those in the UK, however lessons in dealing with the terrorist threat have a commonality that makes international understanding and cooperation essential.
    • An overview of the US approach will be delivered. 
12:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • People who lead nations and set rules, need to understand the opportunities from
    technology so they can make good decisions
    • Blockchain philosophy and technology is critical to keep us safe and minimise crime
    • Digital trust requires greater investment in opportunity gains through technology strategy
13:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
14:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Peter’s account of being taken hostage for 946 days whilst a contractor in Iraq in 2007 will
    highlight his hard‑hitting reality of living with terrorists for two years, seven months and
    one day. He was the only hostage out of five to be released alive
    • The impact of living in such proximity to his hostage‑takers, and how he has rebuilt his life
    to where he is today, is an inspiration
    Peter Moore, Software Development, Community
14:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • The emotional impact of trauma
    • Empathy and a family approach to leadership
    • Resilience and vulnerability – they are both equally important to thrive 
15:00
  1. Olympia Room
    60 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • The international security landscape has been transformed since the Cold War
    • Terrorist groups and organised crime groups constantly adapt to these changes
    • Terrorists and organised criminals are dark networks, making them difficult to combat 
17:00
  1. 90 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
10:00
  1. 30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
11:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    The UK is a leading global exporter of security capability and products. DIT DSE helps  businesses achieve greater overseas opportunities and Mark Glodsack who heads DSE explains how to get best use of the capability.
11:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    What are the priorities for Homeland Security in the UK. This session gives detailed insights from a senior director.
12:00
  1. Olympia Room
    45 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    The New Protect Duty based on Martyns Law will be debated in Parliament and be the single biggest change to security legislation for years. NaCTSO, leading on advice to meet new requirements are launching their current thinking.
13:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • The face of terrorism is evolving
    • Modern drivers of radicalisation are no longer black and white
    • Nations must rewrite their CVE strategy to win the war on terror
    • Community driven CVE is the antidote to the evolving threat of terrorism
14:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • International partners appetite to harness capabilities in UK Industry
    • Government assurance enhances benefits and reduces risks to all parties
    • CEDE Office has proven the concept
    • Time to grow the model 
14:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Investigating the capacity of Martyn’s Law to save lives through social attitude change
15:00
  1. Olympia Room
    60 mins
    • Global Counter Terror and Serious and Organised Crime Summit

    Information can and does lead to deaths and physical damage, what should security professionals be aware of in todays Information Age?

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