About The Forum

3rd Safety, Security, Counter Terrorism And Counter Drones Forum

Australia has experienced a number of planned or attempted attacks by extremist individuals since 2014, raising a huge concern for the Australian government and citizens. Despite the downfall of ISIS in late 2017, the matter about the return of foreign fighters is still highly concerning as we can see foreign fighters carrying out attacks in the region, such as in the case of the recent Christchurch Mosque Attack. Furthermore, the potential threat posed by inexpensive drones carrying a home-made bomb near any critical infrastructure such as an airplane or public venue such as a football field is imminent to everyone now, however not much has been done to mitigate this issue.

To address the growing security concerns in Australia, Clariden Global is proud to host the 3rd Safety, Security, Counter Terrorism And Counter Drones Forum in Sydney, Australia. Held annually in Sydney since 2017, the Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum series have been attended by high-level senior security enforcers from both public and private sectors. Building on the tremendous success of 2018’s Forum, this year’s Forum will see a gathering of a stellar list of speakers to share deep insights and exchange views on uncovering the latest intelligence in terrorist threats, including shifting tactics, weapons, ideologies and implications to ANZ’s security environment. You will also hear how terrorists are weaponizing drones, effective counter drones solutions and ways to identify and stop lone wolf terrorism in public venues, airports and critical infrastructures.

Mark 19 – 21 February 2020 in your calendar and book your seat now. Safeguard your future and this will be an eye-opener to you! We look forward to welcoming you!

Why Join This Forum

5 Key Takeaways From Attending The 3rd Annual Safety, Security, Counter Terrorism And Counter Drones Forum 2020:

  1. Discover Australia’s current state of defense and initiatives in counter-terrorism
  2. Discuss strategies to combat the changing security threats and challenges faced by business, government and the broader community, particularly on critical infrastructure and public spaces
  3. Explore strategies in improving security resilience to hone national critical infrastructure
  4. Strengthen your security plan to safeguard against future threat
  5. Discover the pros and cons of UAV and explore solutions in counter rogue drone to prevent terrorism attack

The Forum At A Glance

DAY 1: 19 FEBRUARY 2020 | MAIN FORUM

  • Latest Terrorists Intelligence On Attack Trends, Tactics And Shifting Ideologies
  • Explore Effective Protective Security Management For Critical Infrastructure
  • Identify Critical Terrorism Radicalization, Recruitment And Terror Propaganda
  • Real Case Study On Terrorism Analysis On Recent Melbourne Terror Attack
  • Discussion On Current Risk Landscape On Suicide Attacks And Lone Wolf Terrorism
  • Harness Public Space Security With Public-Private Partnership And Information Sharing Approach

 DAY 2: 20 FEBRUARY 2020 | MAIN FORUM

  • Underscore Emerging Concern On Rogue Drones And Drone Terrorism
  • Examine Measures In Various Counter Rogue Drones Solutions
  • Successful Case Study On Counter Drone Solutions On Public Venue And Critical Infrastructure
  • Explore Australia National Action Plans And Policies On Countering Misuse Of Drones
  • Assessing How Terrorists Are Exploiting Critical Infrastructure Vulnerabilities
  • Fighting Terrorism With Latest Threat Predicting And Responding Tools

DAY 3: 21 FEBRUARY 2020 | POST FORUM COUNTER DRONES & UAVS SITE TOUR

Site Tour A – Drone Detection: Drone-Identifying System In Tracking Illicit Drones

Site Tour B – Drone Defender: Signal-Jamming Drone Gun In Major Events

Companies Expected At The Forum

  • Aces Group
  • AGL Energy
  • ANZ Bank
  • Australia Federal Police
  • Australian Maritime Safety Authority
  • BP
  • Chubb
  • Commonwealth Bank
  • Fredon Security
  • Gallagher Security
  • ISS
  • M.A.
  • Meridian Protection Group
  • Metro Trains Melbourne
  • MSS Security
  • National Australia Bank
  • Newcrest Mining
  • NSW Police
  • Origin Energy
  • Paul-Tec
  • Qantas
  • Queensland Polie Service
  • Scentre Group
  • Secure Events & Assets
  • SNP Security
  • Suncorp
  • Sydney Ports Corporation
  • Tigerair Australia
  • Victoria Police
  • Westpac