Agenda

12 February 2018, Monday

TIME AGENDA
9:00am Welcoming Speech, Opening Remarks by Conference Producer
9:05am Conference Introduction and Day 1 Highlights by Chairperson
david-rubens-112x128 Dr. David Rubens
CEO
Deltar Training Solutions Ltd

David is CEO of Deltar Training Solutions, which develops and delivers accredited strategic risk and crisis management training programmes across the world. He completed his Professional Doctorate in Security and Risk Management at the University of Portsmouth and is widely recognized as an authority on all aspects of strategic management of complex operations operating in high-pressure and crisis environments. David has worked with government agencies, global corporations, major events, NGO’s and emergency response organisations across Latin America, SE Asia, Middle East, East and West Africa and Eastern Europe, as well as being a keynote speaker at, and chairman of, major conferences worldwide.

9:15am Panel Discussion: Next Point of Terrorist Attack – Where, What Infrastructure and How It Will Be Executed?

  • The shift from physical attacks to cyber attacks
  • Where is next Point of Target in UK and Europe, and which infrastructure would be the most vulnerable?
  • Understand different types of threats to CNI
10:00am How Terrorists are Innovating the Next Point of Attack: Convergence of Cyber and Physical Security

  • Assessment of the Current and Future Threat Landscape
  • What are the challenges for security professionals in security planning
  • Solutions to overcome security planning challenges
  • Issues that need to be considered when making decisions about security policies for a critical infrastructure facility
  • Lessons Learnt From Recent Terrorist Attacks: London, Barcelona and Brussels
  • What has changed since the Manchester attack?
Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
11:15am
How Terrorists are Spying on Your Infrastructure: Physical, Remote, and Cyber Surveillance by Terrorists

  • Insider threat risk in bringing down your critical infrastructure
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle such as Drone in detecting critical infrastructure data
  • Cyber espionage as an intelligence-gathering method to spy on critical policies
12:00am Digital Caliphate: How ISIS is Taking Terrorism Digital – Social Media, the Internet, and Engagement with Extremism

  • The Dark Web and Terrorism
  • Countering Radicalisation & Tackling Extremism
  • Understanding New Waves of Terrorism and Security Threats
  • Combating Violent & Hateful Fake News
Networking Luncheon
2:00pm Public-Private Partnerships for Critical Infrastructure Protection

  • Capabilities of public and private sector in identifying solutions in emerging threat
  • Collaborative approaches on Critical Infrastructure Protection and Critical Information Infrastructure Protection
  • Innovative solutions that public and private sector can collaborate on to secure assets against security threats
barrie-millett-112x128 Barrie Millett
Head of Group Security
Wesleyan
2:45pm Vulnerabilities in Major Events and Stadiums Security and How to Improve Protection

  • Enhance protective security measures for crowded events
  • Venue or facilities protection operations and physical security consideration in securing event sites/locations
  • What is the best contingency plan for unexpected changes
  • Greater deterrence via CCTV and Biometric Recognition to boost security vigilance
  • Enhancing security response such as preventive and protective measures to adapt to threats
Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
4:00pm Vulnerabilities in Aviation and Border Security & How to Improve with Multi-Layering Security

  • Evolving Threat Horizon
  • Terminal Building Security
  • Passenger Profiling
  • Border Security in the Digital Age
  • Overlap of Border Security Capability with Aviation Security
  • Insider Threat
4:45pm Emerging Threats of Cyber Security in Power and Energy Sector: New Entry Points for Terrorist

  • Understanding grid vulnerability
  • Case Study: How Hackers took over Ukraine’s power grid and caused rolling blackouts for up to 225,000 people in what was the first cyber-attack on a power grid.
  • Critical Data Centres: How Secure Are You?
toby-harris-2-112x128 Lord Toby Harris
Chair of Independent Reference Group,
National Crime Agency (NCA)
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5:15pm Live Hacking Session to Gain Control of a SCADA/Smart City Network
5:30pm Q&A Session & Closing Remark by Forum Chairperson
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Champagne Networking Session

Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most interest to you and fellow delegates.

13 February 2018, Tuesday

TIME AGENDA  
9:00am Conference Introduction and Day 2 Highlights by Chairperson
9:05am Highlights on Conference Day Two Key Sessions by Chairperson
9:10am Drone Terrorism – Countering Drone Attacks by Terrorists

  • Disrupting Hostile Reconnaissance
  • Regulation in UAV registration
  • Implement Geo-Fencing to prevent drones in defined areas
  • Active Measure vs Passive Measures in Countering Drone Terrorism
  • Jammer and Spoofer to disrupt unwanted drones’ radio connection or GPS
  • Fire Arms, Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP), and laser & net canons to take down drone
9:55am Integrating Surveillance Drones into Critical Infrastructure Protection

  • Surveillance drones for security management
  • Transmit GPS coordinates
  • Create 3D maps of terrain in advance
  • Detect chemicals or radiation
  • Safety Control vs Privacy Control
Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
11:00am
What is Operation Temperer and How It Would Help Security Resiliency

  • What is Operation Temperer?
  • Challenges in deployment of Operations Temperer
  • How will the military operating on our streets make a difference?
11:45am Facial Recognition Technology for Tighter Security Measures during Major Events

  • Challenges on the first implementation on facial recognition technology in public events
  • Results from the first trial of Facial Recognition Technology in Notting Hill Carnival
  • Legal aspects in fencing civil rights issues on facial recognition technology implementation
Networking Luncheon
1:45pm Preventing Terrorism Through Effective Design

  • Urban Spaces for Counter-Terrorism
  • Protecting Buildings through Design
  • Resilience for the Built Environment
  • Countering Terrorism through Building Design
  • Designing for Vehicle-borne Threats
  • Counter Terrorism Design of Structures & Buildings
  • Blending Protective Security with Master planning and Urban Design
  • Designing Public and Private Spaces
  • Blast Mitigation
  • Securing Wider Local Areas then Buildings – Layered Resilience
  • Role of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
nick-mackenzie-112x128 Nick Mackenzie
Head of Safety & Security
The Ned
2:30pm Leveraging Communication Technologies to Expand National Preparedness and Response

  • Contingency plans during an attack incident with National Emergency Alert for Telecommunication
  • Leveraging social media to establish a greater situational awareness, as well as making effective decisions
  • Understanding the risk to have better incident response
Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
3:30pm Contingency Planning for Security, Resilience, and Integrity

  • Planning contingency measures that will need to be implemented in the event of a security incident
  • Partnership between City of London and City of London Police in establishing effective business continuity plan
  • Case study: Importance of Community Resiliency from the Grenfell Tower Fire incident
cameron-mann-112x128 Cameron Mann
Ex-Chief Inspector for Police National CBRN Centre
The Home Office

Cameron is a specialist in the field of CBRN counter terrorism having spent ten years in leading roles with responsibility for developing the UK’s multi-agency CBRN capabilities and response plans. Cameron recently retired from the UK police service as Deputy Head of the UK’s National CBRN Centre where he held the rank of Police Chief Inspector and was also Chair of the UK’s National Emergency Services CBRN Practitioners Forum. Cameron is an experienced police commander and leader with a wide variety of qualifications and experience in the fields of specialist operations, crime investigations, major incidents, emergency planning, and multi-agency interoperability. Cameron continues to work internationally on the design and delivery of training courses, workshops and exercises and acts as an expert advisor to various organisations, including the European Commission, on CBRN and counter-terrorism.

4:15pm Increasing City Resilience, Crisis Communications, and Emergency Management

  • Contingency Planning for Security, Resilience, and Integrity
  • Crisis and Risk Communication Strategies
  • Digital Media Crisis Management
 
5:00pm Q&A Session & Closing Remarks by Conference Chairperson

Post-Conference Workshop – 14 February 2018, Wednesday

Workshop Timetable:

Workshop A will run from 9:00 am – 12:30 pm with a mid-morning and luncheon breaks.
Workshop B will run from 1:30 pm – 5:00 pm with a mid-afternoon refreshment break.

Registration begins 30 minutes before each workshop commences.

TIME AGENDA
9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Post-Conference Workshop A: Strategic Risk & Crisis Management Table Top Workshop

Preparing for and responding to the high impact threats that are becoming increasingly common in the modern world can no longer be left to isolated security management departments, or be dependent on simple plans and protocols. This programme will demonstrate how organisations can develop a sensitivity to threats and dangers that will allow them to respond to potential crises at the earliest opportunity, it will also help you to:

  • Understand the chaos associated with modern crisis and disaster events and how to either prevent or deal with it
  • Create an integrated security management framework
  • Identify stakeholders from across the range of associated sectors
  • Design a road map for security development
  • Establish a training development programme, including major multi-agency exercises
  • Execute a strong and speedy response in the event of a crisis
  • Ensure the greatest safety for organisations, operations, and personnel
male-silhouette Dr. David Rubens
CEO
Delta Training Solutions
1:30 pm – 5:00 pm

Post-Conference Workshop B: Integration of Contingency Plans and Response with the Emergency Services

This workshop will explore how your organisation can develop an emergency plan and response that integrates with those of the emergency services. Using a CBRN case study, participants in this interactive workshop will work through the planning, response, and recovery phases of a terrorist attack. The workshop will enable participants to understand the challenges and issues facing their organisation during each phase and how to best protect the public, their staff, their estate, and their business interests. The workshop will address:

  • Understand what it means to receive, cooperate, and interoperate with the emergency services based on case studies of real events
  • Exercise the most valuable lessons learned in emergency incidents across the UK
  • Learn how to be well-prepared to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of the combined emergency response and avoid costly mistakes
male-silhouette Cameron Mann
Ex-Chief Inspector for Police National CBRN Centre
The Home Office