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26-27 SEPTEMBER 2023
OLYMPIA LONDON

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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, alongside terrorism and the terror trends currently affecting UK Counter Terror capability, in a global context. There will also be a strong focus on the upcoming Protect Duty legislation and a return of the popular 'Realities of Terror' thread. View the full timetable below.

Both days will be Moderated by Roy McComb, former Deputy Director of the NCA.

SPONSORED BY 

Skopenow

SUMMIT MEDIA PARTNER

Counter Terror Business

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10:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Priorities within the Homeland Security Group and in particular the development of the new Protect Duty.
11:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Looking at recent successes in countering terror attacks through lockdown, emerging threats and trends and what initiatives are being asked of the public and wider security sector to assist in counter ...
11:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    What is the problem?  How do we know?  What can be done?   
12:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Afghan and Regional Security issues from the perspective of a refugee who was lucky to escape the Taliban with his family and the potential impact these could have on other countries including the UK.
13:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • Describe a range of hidden criminality that exists within digital marketplaces
    • Plan and conduct legal and ethical Internet Intelligence and Investigation activity on digital marketplaces to disrupt serious and organised crime
    • Apply proven OSINT tradecraft to investigate criminality on digital marketplaces
    • Understand how to increase time savings and investigator efficiency during digital marketplace investigations
14:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Figen Murray, Private Individual/Campaigner/Activist, Mother of Manchester bomb victim Martyn Hett and Protect Duty Campaigner, will discuss her personal journey for the Protect Duty.
14:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Insights into how JSaRC acts as the bridge between Government agencies and industry, what JSaRC does and how best to work with it and some insights into current projects all aimed at improving our national security.
15:00
  1. Olympia Room
    60 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Recent terrorist attacks in EU (France, Germany, Austria); threats and trends.
16:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit

    NaCTSO delivers the Government CONTEST strategy and is growing in size and role. Superintendent Adam Thomson explains:

    • the key role of NaCTSO to deny terrorists access to materials that may be used in terrorist attacks;
    • the operational capabilities NacTSO commands that support the highest profile public events; and
    • as the Authority on Protective Security Guidance for Crowded Places (soon to be PALs), Hazardous Site & Substances, National Infrastructure and Personal Security, progress of the ‘ProtectUK’ platform, the official source of CT advice and guidance.
10:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    •  How Serious Organised Crime is changing and adapting 
    • The importance of collaboration between agencies, nations, public and private sectors to combat the threat
    • How the National Crime Agency is responding to the evolving threat 
    • What can we all do, working together, to combat Serious Organised Crime  
11:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    An understanding of the FBI's priorities and working practices in dealing with the terror and serious and organised crime threat and the importance of working with international partners.
11:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Understand the role of British Transport Police and demonstrate the value specialist capabilities provide to the Rail Industry. 
12:00
  1. 30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit

    Insights into how JSaRC acts as the bridge between Government agencies and industry, what JSaRC does and how best to work with it and some insights into current projects all aimed at improving our national security.

12:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • How 5G as a commercial technology can be used across the Defence sector to enhance global security and revolutionize the battlespace. 
    • To include learnings from early trials and experimentation.   
13:30
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • Tools to help new exporters 
    • Innovations in DIT/UKDSE’s approach since the last ISE conference (to recognise the impact of Covid) 
    • A plug for the UKDSE Capability brochures   
14:00
  1. Olympia Room
    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • Life before the incident
    • Immediate aftermath and consequences
    • Raising your head above the parapet and cyber "terrorism"
    • Living with long term trauma
14:30
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    30 mins
    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • The benefits of the CEDE model to government and industry stakeholders
    • Adaptation of the model into other CT sectors (C-sUAS, C-CBRN +)
    • Key considerations for government colleagues to qualify
    • Key considerations for industry colleagues to qualify

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