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26-27 SEPTEMBER 2023
OLYMPIA LONDON

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International Risk & Resilience Conference

International Risk & Resilience Conference

The International Risk & Resilience Conference will unite influential industry leaders, offering actionable insights into one of the key areas to have had a fundamental impact on organisations, Government and people in recent years. View the full timetable below.

Both days will be Moderated by Tony Thompson, fellow, Institute of Civil Protection and Emergency Management.

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Resilience First

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10:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    Mike Croll considers the risk of terrorism in the UK and the impact of proposed Protect legislation: What are the conundrums around protecting the public and do JTAC terrorist threat levels reflect re ...
11:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    Gain an understanding and awareness of: The current risk landscape and emerging threats Why Ecosystem thinking is the way forward The importance of sector wide approaches to building resilience
11:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    It has been said that lifelong learning is one of the few means by which the challenges of a rapidly changing world can be met. But in a world of evolving risks and cascading consequences, can our abi ...
12:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • How inclusion impacts risk, resilience and innovation
    • A brief summary of the lessons from leading the Inclusive Security Special Interest Group for the past 2 years & key findings from the D&I survey conducted in 2021
    • 3-tier approach to inclusive security in practice (what the sector can do) - individual, organisational and industry collaboration
13:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    Resilience First and CIS Security will explore what learnings we picked up during the pandemic; how this has enhanced our resilience; and whether we could be better prepared next time.
14:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    Compliance requirements can be externally and internally generated (e.g., legal / regulatory, customer, insurance, ISO, management systems). A critical, indivisible relationship exists between effecti ...
14:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • Your value to your clients' resilience
    • Security within a resilient business
    • Continuity of the security service provider
    • Resilient organizational competence
15:00
  1. 60 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • How issues and crisis management has changed in recent years
    • Right and Wrong – a tale of two media case studies
    • The relationship between crisis communications and crisis management
    • Checklist to ensure robust, responsible and resilient response measures are put in place
16:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • Introduces 'creative practice' as a critical, innovative strategy for personal debriefing;
    • Explores the risks of continued 'crisis mode' working and offers 'creative' means of addressing this;
    • Addresses the importance of 'creative practice' as a core competence of the emergency planner and resilience professional.   
16:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference

    Chaired by Barrie Millett | Mitigating risk through sound coordinated security practices.

    Defining the risk - Defining effective coordination - Understanding holistic security, risk and resilience solutions.

10:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • Inadequate Human Aspects Planning
    • Risks further suffering for victims, families & friends
    • Risks suffering for responders
    • Risks severe damage to organisational reputation.   
11:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    Resilience lessons from Grenfell, gas explosions, large fires, complex portfolios, emerging and exotic hazards looking at best practice not only for public sector but across the board.
11:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • What are your critical business functions and the assets which enable them?
    • Need to understand the risk against this these functions and assets based on the threat
    • How to tabletop exercise the loss and recovery of these functions and assets preparing for your 'WHEN'
    • Education and awareness are key, the weakest link is human
12:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • An understanding of pre-election dynamics in Nigeria as we approach elections in Feb 23
    • An explanation of how risk alerts can be tailored to an individual's profile, activity and geolocation
    • Insight into how the use of resources from technology and academic partners can be leveraged in a commercial context
12:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    Risk is a factor we cannot eradicate, we can understand it and diminish the outcome.
13:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    The cyber security industry has failed us. If you agree our industry was founded on the fundamental objective of preventing information technology systems from breaches and data theft, then you must s ...
13:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    Based on a recent report developed by Resilience First in conjunction with Accenture and Cranfield University, this session will explore the impact of technology transformation driven by AI, quantum and cloud computing on business operations ' looking at both the risks and challenges as well as the opportunities when embracing a digital resilience strategy.
14:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • Geopolitical biases prevented Europe from heeding early warnings from China on the severity of COVID-19
    • Harsh lockdowns were positioned as brutalisation of citizens rather than an appropriate threat response
    • Through this, COVID-19 has shown us how global risks can be politicised and weaponised
    • Geopolitical alliances need to be strongly critiqued to respond appropriately to the growing environmental crises
14:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    It has been said that lifelong learning is one of the few means by which the challenges of a rapidly changing world can be met. But in a world of evolving risks and cascading consequences, can our abi ...
15:00
  1. 30 mins
    • International Risk & Resilience Conference
    • Framing the issue: the global impacts of disinformation and misinformation on migration flows
    • Case studies: migration from Central Africa to Europe & human trafficking in Asia-Pacific
    • Connecting solutions to securing vulnerable communities: platforms, civil society organisations, governments and international agencies

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