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27-28 SEPTEMBER 2022
OLYMPIA LONDON

International Security Conference

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International Security Conference

International Security Conference

Sponsored by:

Adani Limited & Patriot One

Day 1: CNI, Transport and Aviation

With the rapid expansion of hospitals, the building of the Nightingale hospitals, the changes in volume of traffic through our airports, along our rail networks, the challenges of continuing to deliver power, oil, gas, and imports and exports throughout ports during the pandemic, the security landscape must have changed, or has it? This conference will examine where things have changed and where they haven’t, it will look at the priorities exercising the security decision-makers across a variety of areas across our CNI, Transport and Aviation arenas. One question we will ask is should biosecurity become part of our understanding of global travel and transport?

Day 2: Night-Time Economy, Public Sector, Major Events / Stadiums

Crowded places are the most challenging areas to protect and the new Protect Duty (Martyn’s Law) brings a mandated responsibility to those responsible for the first time. This is ground-breaking for the physical security community and will have an impact on venues, stadia, the night-time economy through nightclubs, casinos and more. 

How are these facilities preparing for this legislation, what are the strengths and weaknesses when combined with other current legislative requirements and how do they exercise their responsibilities to Protect today?

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10:30
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    • What is ISO31030
    • How it can help drive improvements in safety and security in travel and hospitality
    • How should these sectors respond
11:00
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    20 years after 9/11: what are we doing better, what have we got wrong? Vulnerabilities to the aviation security system resulting from the pandemic Championing best practice and creating professionalism in the avsec arena  
11:30
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    • Development of behavioural detection within the UK
    • The component parts for effective use, complying with the latest CPNI guidelines
    • The achievable benefits of using behavioural detection as an added security layer
12:00
  1. 45 mins
    • International Security Conference
    How do you practically spot a liar, what are the skills you need what are the tips for security professionals?
13:30
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    The current cyber threat landscape and current risk: International examples Impact of an attack on the railway and/or its supply chain Solutions and preventative measures Key Learnings: Domestic and i ...
14:30
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference

    Are we viewing convergence as a defence method or an attack method? Does convergence begin, and end at the management level? Is convergence about infosec, physical security, or other? 

17:00
  1. 90 mins
    • International Security Conference
10:30
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    • Improved protection
    • Contemporary security is arising from thoroughly elaborated HVM-Schemes + improved flexibility
    • Combining permanent with transient VSBs is enhancing a projects versatility + improved efficiency
    • Multipurpose driven progress is positively affecting global application of HVM measures  
11:00
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    Introduction to IWM Collection Challenges faced by National museums Strategy 
11:30
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    The operational failures behind the Fishmongers Hall tragedy
    The opportunity for change
    The solution

     
12:00
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    • What are the components of the night-time economy?
    • What risk -generating threats do these components face
    • How these risks can be mitigated 
12:30
  1. 30 mins
    • International Security Conference

    People borne threats are real

    Threats vary across applications

    What treats are relevant to you?

    What technologies are available?

    Many technologies exist o How do they work?

    What are the strengths/limitations of different technologies o An overview – no one technology fits all applications

    How do you decide which is best for you?  

13:30
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference

    Understanding threats to major events

    Developing a major event integrated command, control, communication & coordination structure for event management & incident response

    Principles of protective security layers of operation to enable safety, security & service at major events

14:00
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    • What is the science behind human super recognisers?
    • Methods of finding super recognisers
    • How they can reduce crime by quickly finding suspects and persons of interest
    • How they can link multiple offences from images and increase the likelihood of convictions
14:30
  1. Theatre 3
    30 mins
    • International Security Conference
    • An introduction to hostile reconnaissance
    • Using operations, community engagement, communications to disrupt hostile activity
    • Case studies
15:00
  1. 45 mins
    • International Security Conference
    Threats to the security of people, assets, and places are bolder and deadlier than ever before, however traditional security
    solutions are proving time and time again to be outdated and insufficient to combat both well-planned and spontaneous attacks.
    More sophisticated and modern approaches, utilizing advanced technology, must be employed and this has to include utilizing all
    of the technological advancements available to us.

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