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The 2023 high-level Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit offered a unique opportunity to hear directly from those setting the policy and leading the charge to counter the threats we all face, alongside combatting the wide-range of serious and organised crime issues. This included key updates on the Terrorism (Protection of Premises) Bill (aka Martyn's Law) from those who drafted the legislation, alongside those who will be implementing and enforcing it.

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10:00
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit

    The University Engagement Project is a voluntary project led by young people for young people. We deliver events in universities where young survivors of Terrorism, former extremists and practitioners talk about their experience in relation to terrorism/counter terrorism. Those aged 18-25, and are most vulnerable, but otherwise hard to reach. It helps to respond to and reduce anti-prevent sentiments in universities and assists in raising the historically low referral rates at universities.

    • Why are young people more vulnerable to radicalisation?
    • How can we safeguard young people from being drawn into terrorism?
    • How effective engagement with young people ensures that the next generation have a culture of awareness, both for preventing radicalisation and for emergency responses to terrorism.
10:30
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • The growing threat of cyber espionage in terrorist activities
    • The use of cyber espionage to collect intelligence and disrupt critical systems
    • The impact of cyber espionage on law enforcement and government agencies
    • Effective cybersecurity measures to prevent and respond to cyber espionage
11:00
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    A keynote address from the UK Minister of State for Security, Rt Hon Tom Tugendhat MP.
11:30
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • Looking at the evolving national security challenges and how Counter Terrorism Policing is asking the public and business to help counter those threats
    • The role of Counter Terrorism Policing in the updated Government Contest Strategy
12:00
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Countering the prevailing view of waves of ideological terrorism, this presentation discusses how evolutions in information communication technologies are a critically important factor in determining global jihadist organisation and their targeting. The presentation provides a new handrail for understanding both recent global jihadist, and other terrorist group, evolution in the last two decades and into the future.
12:30
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • How we must tackle the challenges of environmental crime and law enforcement preparedness to enable a secure and sustainable future
    • Why we need to apply a top-down, transnational approach to building capacity, sharing knowledge, and training first responders
    • Climate change requires global solutions, and law enforcement and security services can play a pivotal role in protecting both people and planet in the years ahead
13:20
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • 'Peace' in Northern Ireland has led to worrying developments in the relationship between Terrorism and Organised Crime
    • There is drive to maintain a perverse veneer of ‘respectability’ amongst deluded and necessary supporters
    • Concurrently organised criminals are developing ever more dangerous associations impacting into the realm of political violence
    • These evolving situations affect the security of the whole of the UK, and have international parallels.  
13:50
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    The International Protect & Prepare programme supports the sharing of best practice to reduce the risk of terrorism overseas by raising awareness and building capability.  Kish Naidoo provides insight on the capacity building program, including training, mentoring and collaboration with the travel industry, overseas law enforcement and private industry.
15:00
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • Ports of Antwerp and Rotterdam are main gateways of narcotics shipped into Europe from Latin America
    • Authorities in both countries remain alarmed at the amount of hard drugs being smuggled into Europe via container ships
    • The mayors of Amsterdam and Rotterdam are warning of a 'culture of crime and violence' that is gradually acquiring Italian traits
10:30
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    Our reliance on technology as the fix for cybersecurity problems has left gaps in our resilience. In this session, veteran FBI agent, Miguel Clarke, will talk about his experience of leading counterintelligence investigations and his work as a member of the National Infrastructure Protection Centre and will tell us why he believes we must put the ‘human factor’ at the centre of creating a truly resilient environment.
12:00
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    The global war on dirty money engages hundreds of thousands of full-time professionals across the financial sector, international institutions, national governments and the criminal justice sector. It costs well over $200 billion per year and rising. Yet its victories seem few and far between, with no measurable overall progress.
    • FATF Definition vs TBML in Practice
    • Measuring the Immeasurable: TBML Prevalence
    • TBML Blind Spots Allow Criminals to Run Free
    • Nobody Wants to "Rock the Boat" with New Perspectives  
12:30
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    This talk will assess the key role Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs) play within the world of serious and organised crime. I will detail the internal processes, management structures, and custom tooling that cybercriminal groups use to conduct malicious activities.  This will be explored via my research into the prolific cybercrime group known as Trickbot.
    Overall, this talk aims to provide an overview of serious and organised cybercrime and how a deep understanding of threat groups can help build a defensive stance against them.
13:00
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • Understand the use and prevalence of OSINT in support of traditional Policing functions across the globe
    • Learn to harness Open Source information to tackle organised crime and terrorism
    • How can OSINT technology assist and support out intelligence collection capabilities  
13:30
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • Cocaine trade in Europe notoriously exploits legal trade routes with large container ports representing key entry points for the narcotic
    • Organised crime groups must adapt to the changing market, maritime routes and geopolitical shocks (i.e. Brexit) to remain competitive
    • Their skills and resources are highly indicative of their potential for success
14:00
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit

    What is Human Trafficking?

    • Tell Tale signs of Human Trafficking.
    • How Human Trafficking Awareness training can enhance security culture and networks.
    • Benefits to the organisation from awareness training.
14:30
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • How to make best use of UK Defence & Security Exports
    • Our global reach and Influence
    • Understanding how security is a priority for government exports
15:00
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    • Global Counter Terror & Serious and Organised Crime Summit
    • Insight into the development of the Global Organized Crime Index
    • Understanding potential use of the Global Organized Crime Index
    • Overview of work and mission of the Global Initiative Against Transnational Organized Crime  

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