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30 NOV - 3 DEC 2020
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An innovative virtual event featuring a series of hard hitting topical subjects addressed by internationally renowned experts.

Not the usual webinar format with powerpoint slides and webcams, this is a new innovative format featuring high-level panel discussions, question time style debates, fireside discussions and interactive Q&As all broadcast from a real studio setting at our office HQ.

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30 Nov 2020
  1. Former Security Minister, Admiral the Rt. Hon. Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC PC will provide the opening keynote to International Security Week.

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  2. Deputy Assistant'Commissioner, Specialist Operations' CTPUK, Lucy D'Orsi will set out the priorities Counter Terror Police UK are seeing including the rise of right wing extremism and islamist extremism.

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  3. Steve Rodhouse as the Director General Operations with the NCA will give an overview as to the NCAs priorities, successes and future developments in the fast changing arena of dealing with Serious and Organised Crime

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  4. Collaborative working practices to protect crowded places, uniting our approach across the transport and aviation sector and learning from the areas we are excelling in.

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  5. International border security issues faced by the UK and other island nations, including transnational organised crime, people and drug smuggling, this and more will be discussed by Dr John Coyne.

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  6. While the terror threat in the UK remains 'substantial', minding the gap between the identification of risk and the implementation of measures must be managed

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  7. Figen Murray, mother of Martyn Hett who was tragically murdered in the Manchester Bombings will discuss her campaign for Martyns Law and provide a personal insight to the devestating effects when security fails. Shaun Hipgrave will go on to outline the thinking behind Protect Duty and Fay Tennet amd Barry Palmer will end the session discussing practicalities and the balance needed to ensure access to iconic sites isnt halted.

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  8. Former member of Al Qaeda, one of their bomb making experts, and someone who covertly dedicated his life to undermining them from the inside by passing intelligence to MI6, will discuss Islamist Terror hasn't gone away but is morphing.

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01 Dec 2020
  1. An introduction and welcome to Day Two from Former Security Minister, Admiral the Rt. Hon. Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC PC
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  2. Exclusive opening keynote by Chris Greany, Managing Director, Templar Executives. Using his advanced knowledge and past experiences as the former lead for Economic Crime, City of London Police and former Head of Investigations, Barclays Bank Chris will set out the everchanging cyber threat landscape and specify the reality as opposed to the media hype.
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  3. As the fastest growing and most dynamic sector in security, the research behind cyber security is paramount to fully understanding the threat and keeping up to date with key industry trends, technology and market growth. Westlands advisory will provide a detailed insight into the latest research data and the current cyber security landscape.
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  4. What is the reality of cyber from a CISO's perspective, or from the only body able to provide Cyber Essential Certification on behalf of the UK's NCSC, and what does this mean from a UK export view
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  5. Tripwire’s Emanuel Ghebreyesus will delve into the technical and human aspects of cyber operations. Covering the global cyber security resource shortage, and the demand for operational technology (OT) ...
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  6. Manipulating a person and their physical environment is far easier than hacking a system or network. Cyber is too often looked at as a technical issue, and many companies forget it starts with a person, Jenny Radcliffe 'The People Hacker' will provide huge insights into the reality behind the human factor of cyber terrorism
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  7. Are you looking to protect yourself or your organisation from cyber crime? Understand best practice, the latest updates and benefit from an exclusive Cyber Griffin training session
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  8. The UK is the worlds 3rd largest security exporter and cyber security export sales nearly doubled from '2.1bn in 2018 to '3.9bn last year. Hear from UKDSE as they lead the promotion of UK business globally.
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02 Dec 2020
  1. An introduction and welcome to Day Three from Former Security Minister, Admiral the Rt. Hon. Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC PC
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  2. The Government has a number of priority projects where they require input from industry and solutions to problems. JSaRC is the interface between those Home Office organisations who need help from indistry and industry itself.
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  3. Commissioner Ian Dyson heads the City of London Police who are the national and European lead for financial crime and associate cyber crime.
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  4. Looking at Policy, implemetations from a CNI capability and from a wider Cyber perspective, this discussion will provide a clear undersatanding of the threats and mitigations that must be considered.
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  5. The Coronavirus pandemic may become an irresistible catalyst for change in security screening.   It is clear to most people that such traditional security screening approaches are not appropriate in a world where we are at risk of widespread infectious disease. 
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  6. One of the principals of security is for it to be designed in from the outset. How important is this and how can it be implemented in practice is what will be examined in this discussion.
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  7. Law enforcement is changing as the nature of crime changes. Somehow criminals manage to adapt their 'business' plans quickly to meet new conditions such as a pandemic, but how should law enforcement adapt?
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  8. Serious and Organised crime impacts our prison systems, not just with perpetrators being locked up but the continuation of their activities and netowrks from behind bars.
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03 Dec 2020
  1. An introduction and welcome to Day Four from Former Security Minister, Admiral the Rt. Hon. Lord West of Spithead GCB DSC PC
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  2. As the last DFID Minister, Anne-Marie will outline Britians leading role in disaster response, emphasising that it is not just about reacting to the disaster, but preparing communities before hand in disaster prone zones.
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  3. You cant get a bigger global disaster than a Pandemic. It has been top of the governments risk register for over 10 years, however no matter what the preparations you put in place, the virus has its say first and leads the battle.
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  4. A case study of multi agency cooperation in dealing with the Migrant/Refugee Crisis and more.
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  5. We have seen the impact a human pandemic has had on our economy, our society and the pressure it has put on out borders. However, what of bio security in relation to animals and livestock?
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  6. During a major incident, communicating effectively, especially within the first (or Golden) hour, is crucial. So why is it that emergency services and other organisations struggle to communicate during a multi-agency response?
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  7. Tracy Daszkiewicz led the multi agency team dealing with not one but two major incident of contamination of one of our most iconic cities with one of the worlds deadliest nerve agents, Novichok.
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  8. How often is it that the criticism around disasters is that the information is scarce and people clammer to understand what is going on? Hear perspectives from Sheena Thompson an advisor to corporate entities, government and more and Paul Peachy a leading Journalist.
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  9. What were the challenges associated to the practical response of the NHS and Government building a 3,000 bed hospital with all equipment in 10 days, opening hundreds of testing sites as well as other Nightingale Hospitals across the country and how were those challenges met?
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