Agenda

TIME AGENDA
Latest Terrorists Intelligence On Attack Trends, Tactics And Shifting Ideologies
 09:00  Welcome And Opening Speech By Conference Chairperson
michael-dalton-rounded Michael Dalton
Director of Security Risk Management
Marriott International
Michael Dalton_Marriott
09:15 Latest Intelligence In Global Terrorist Attacks: New Development In Tactics, Weapons, Tools And Shifting Ideologies

  • Ever-changing on primary terrorist threat from offshore to onshore attack planning
  • Paradigm shift from large-scale attack to lone actor attacks such as Christchurch Mosque Shooting
  • Shifting from conventional weapons such as guns and bombs to advanced weapon technology like drones, AI, MANPADS and chemical weapons
Michael_Zekulin_photo-rounded Dr. Michael Zekulin (Invited)
Terrorism Expert & Academic of School of Politics & International Relations
Australian National University (ANU)
Michael Zekulin_ANU logo
09:45 How Pakistan Is Manufacturing The Next Wave Of Terrorist Attacks: Insights And Intelligence To Pakistan’s State Sponsored Terrorism And Its Impact To Australia
  • The emerging sign of new wave of terrorism from the Pulwama Attack in India
  • Major concerns on the tension between India-Pakistan in Affect Australia Security and Resiliency
Stephen-McGee-rounded Stephen McGee
Executive Manager Protective Security
Westpac Group
Westpac
10:15
Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
10:30 Interactive Roundtable Discussion: Protective Security Management For Critical Infrastructure For Better Smart City
Roundtable A: Safety Design In Managing Public Venue And Major Events Security
Maksym-rounded Maksym Szewczuk
Safety and Security Design Engineer
Western Sydney Airport, Bechtel Australia
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Roundtable B: Evolving New Technologies In Securing Public Venues And Critical Infrastructure Security
David-Crossley-rounded David Crossley
Head of Security, Emergency Planning & Response
Sydney Opera House
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Roundtable C: Effective Surveillance Tools In Detecting Danger In Crowded Places
Roundtable D: Emergency Response Management Planning For Terror Attack
ISIS Radicalization, Recruitment And Propaganda
11:30 Latest ISIS And Jihad Recruitment And Radicalization Trends
  • Use of new technologies and its risk with encrypted platforms in setting new trends in radicalization, recruitment and planning
  • Rising of concern on radicalization with in-mates upon return to home soil
  • Important lessons about the spread of extremism through deliberate and non-deliberate forces
Peta-Lowe-rounded Peta Lowe
Former Director Countering Violent Extremism (CVE)
Juvenile Justice, NSW Department of Justice
12:00 Fireside Chat with Anooshe Mushtaq: De-Radicalized From Far-Right Extremist Group
Anooshe-Mushtaq-rounded Anooshe Mustaq
Founder & Chairperson
The Raqib Taskforce
Anooshe Mushtaq_Raqib Taskforce
12:30 Lunch & Networking
13:30 Reducing Risk And Ensuring Social Cohesion Post Terrorist Attacks On Diverse Communities
Lynda-Voltz-rounded The Hon. Lynda Voltz, MP
Shadow Minister for Police and Counter-Terrorism and Shadow Minister for Sport
NSW Parliament
14:00 Facing Ways To Enhance Public Safety & Security
 
  • Ways to turn passive CCTV Surveillance into active alerting via Face Recognition
  • How to debunk contemporary face recognition myths and misconceptions
Terry-Hartmann-rounded Terry Hartmann
Vice President, Asia Pacific
Cognitec Systems
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Suicide Attacks And Lone Wolf Terrorism
14:30 Current Risk Landscape: Latest Threats And Developments In Rising Lone Wolf Terrorism And Suicide Attacks
  • The return of violent Far-Right terrorism in the age of lone wolf attacks
  • The key role of social media as a strategy in influencing the rise of lone wolf attack
  • Case studies on global lone wolf attack and key takeaways from it
Noel-Whelan-rounded Noel Whelan
International Anti/Counter Terrorism Consultant
 15:00 Lessons Learnt From Recent Christchurch Mosque Attack: Insights And Counter-Measures That Could Have Been Taken
Patrick-Walsh-Photo-rounded Dr. Patrick Walsh
Associate Professor in Intelligence and Security Studies
Charles Sturt University
Patrick Walsh_CSU
15:30 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
16:00 Countering Lone Wolfs: Crowdsourcing Intelligence To Prevent Lone Wolf Attacks
16:30 Public Security Panel: Developing A Stronger Public-Private Partnership And Information Sharing Approach To Counter Terrorism In Crowded And Public Spaces
  • Building stronger partnership between the public and private sector in combat terror attack at crowded places
  • Enabling  better information sharing and guidance across Australia between all governments, industry sectors, business, and communities
Stephen-McGee-rounded Stephen McGee
Executive Manager Protective Security
Westpac Group
Westpac
Grant-McKay-Photo-rounded Grant McKay
Enterprise Protective Security Consultant
National Critical Infrastructure Sector
Stuart-Dixon-Photo-rounded Stuart Dixon
Manager Regional Security NSW/ACT
nbn™ Australia
Stuart Dixon_nbn
Neil-Sweeney-Photo-rounded Neil Sweeney AM MBA
Deputy Commander
Australian Army
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Maksym-rounded Maksym Szewczuk
Safety and Security Design Engineer
Western Sydney Airport, Bechtel Australia
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17:00 Closing Remarks by Conference Chairman
17:10 Champagne Networking Session
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Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most interest to you and fellow delegates.
TIME AGENDA
Drone Terrorism
 09:00  Welcome And Opening Speech By Conference Chairperson
michael-dalton-rounded Michael Dalton
Director of Security Risk Management
Marriott International
Michael Dalton_Marriott
09:15 Drone Terrorism Intelligence: How Terrorists Are Weaponizing Drones To Carry Out Next Stage Of Terror Attacks
  • Case Study on Saudi Aramco Drone Attack
  • Case study on attempt assassination of Venezuela President with powerful plastic explosives attached to drone
  • State sponsorship of terrorist groups also increases the likelihood of drone attacks, with necessary equipment and training ensuring that terrorist attacks featuring weaponized drones
Craig-Sheridan-rounded Craig Sheridan
Managing Director
Sheridan Consulting Group
Craig Sheridan_Sheridan Consulting
09:45 Global Threat On Rogue Drones And How Advanced Anti-Drone Technologies Are Stopping It
  • Gatwick Airport incident raised awareness on how drones could disrupt the security despite its power in surveillance
  • Debate on effectiveness between drone detector and defender
  • Key challenges in implementing anti-drone technologies in public venues
Malcolm-Davis-rounded Dr. Malcolm Ronald Davis
Senior Analyst – Defence Strategy and Capability
The Australian Strategic Policy Institute

Malcolm Davis_ASPI
10:15
Morning Refreshments & Networking Session
Countering Drones Measures
10:30 Case Study On Operations Quebec Tailspin: Major Threat From Rogue Drones Led By Extreme Right Wing Offender
  • How Simon John Hickey utilised drones and designed ‘Hik Deploy’ to launch spikes against law enforcement.
  • The concerning threats from weaponized extremists with Extreme Right Wing ideology
  • How cyber and digital plays a role in influence such ideology to others
Michael-Thiesfield-rounded Detective Inspector Michael Thiesfield
Counter Terrorism Investigations Group, Security and Counter-Terrorism Command
Queensland Police Service
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Queensland Police logo Detective Sergeant Ross Dobbie
Counter Terrorism Investigations Group, Security and Counter-Terrorism Command
Queensland Police Service
11:00 Countering Drones Case Study: CASA Running Drone Detection Trial At Sydney Harbour
  • CASA has installed DJI Aeroscope drone detection technology at Sydney Harbour in their drone monitoring program
  • How the surveillance system functions its drone-spotting system and identifying the types of drone, serial numbers and identify the location of the pilot?
  • What are challenges in this implementation compare to Sydney Airport?
Countering Drones Roundtable
11:30 Countering Drones Roundtable: Discussion On Comparison Between Various Counter Drone Solution From The Perspective Of Effectiveness, Implementation And Challenges
Roundtable A: Radar And Jamming System
Roundtable B: Shoulder-Mounted ‘Guns” / Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP)
Roundtable C: Anti-Drone Lasers
Roundtable D: Geo-Fencing
Nadine-De-Lile-rounded Nadine De Lile
Head of Safety & Security Intelligence
Metro Trains Melbourne
Nadine De Lile_Metro Melbourne
12:00 Australia National Action Plans, Approaches, And Efforts To Counter The Misuse Of UAVs
  • In response to growing safety and privacy concerns, local governments have become increasingly active in restricting and banning RPAS operations in public spaces
  • How government initiatives on banning drone launches within certain restricted public space would challenge the policing authority
Joe-Urli-rounded Joe Urli (Invited)
President & Chairman
ACUO – Australia Certified UAV Operators
ACUO - Australia Certified UAV Operators
12:30 Lunch & Networking
Latest Technologies in Predicting and Responding to Threats
13:30 Innovations In AI And Big Data Analytics In Predicting And Responding To Security Threats
  • Can Predictive AI Be Used Legitimately as a Tool for Detecting Terrorism?
  • Practical Applications of AI in Counterterrorism
  • Challenges Associated With the Current Use of Predictive AI in Counterterrorism
Chris-Cubbage-rounded Chris Cubbage
Director & Executive Editor
My Security Media Pty Ltd
Chris Cubbage_My Security
14:00 How Technology And Open Source Intelligence Is Fighting Terrorism And Crime And Striking The Balance Between Public Confidence, Public Safety And Privacy
 
  • Explore how video analytics, facial recognition and open source intelligence gathering are able to combat and detect terror attack
  • Challenges in privacy and building public confidence in these smart systems
  • Real case study on implementing smart technology and the key impact from its deployment
Luke-Schibeci-rounded Luke Schibeci
Security Professional
Australia Government
Luke Schebeci_Australia Government
Illicit Terrorism Financing’s Latest Trends
14:30 An Overview Of Latest Trends In Illicit Terrorism Financing: Lessons From The Islamic State In Iraq And Syria And Other Emerging Threats
Dametto-Stephen-rounded Stephen Dametto
Barrister
Banco Chambers
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15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking Session
15:30 How Terrorists Are Exploiting Critical Infrastructure Vulnerabilities
  • Assessment of the Current and Future Threat Landscape
  • What are the challenges for security professionals in security planning
  • Terrorism duty of care to staff
  • Holistic security including physical, people and Cyber
  • Issues that need to be considered when making decisions about security policies for a critical infrastructure facility
  • Training staff in response
  • Crisis communications
  • Lessons Learnt From Recent Terrorist Attacks: London, Barcelona, and Brussels
  • What has changed since the Manchester attack?
Grant-McKay-Photo-rounded Grant McKay
Enterprise Protective Security Consultant
National Critical Infrastructure Sector
16:00 Hostile Vehicle Defence In Crowded Places
Shane-Brady-rounded Shane Brady
Manager, Strategic Security
Department of Premier and Cabinet
Department of Premier and Cabinet
Security Measures With Drones
16:30 Case Study: Victoria Police Set To Take To The Skies With Drone Patrols
  • Melbourne Police Air Wing has recently leveraged police drone in scanning for crime and terrorism incident for public surveillance
  • How the police drone deployment can assist Victoria Police to attend emergency situation virtually
17:00 Closing Remarks by Conference Chairman

 

TIME AGENDA
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Drones Technology can be essential for the security landscape particularly with its capability in providing surveillance at public venues. However if a drone falls into the wrong hands, it can be misused for malicious purposes and lead to crime cases or even terror attack. As the concern grows around the potential security threats from malicious and rogue drones, the market of counter-drone technology has been emerging rapidly.

In this site tour, delegates will be reviewing live demonstration on the latest counter drone solutions. You will discover the latest counter drone technologies available, including radar and jamming system, shoulder-mounted electromagnetic pulse and anti-drone lasers. These technologies will help you identify illicit, track and counter drones that are potentially a threat to major public venues, critical infrastructure and potential terrorist attacks.

Morning Site Tour A: Drones Detection: Live Demonstration On How To Identify & Track Illicit Drones
Afternoon Site Tour B: Counter Drones: Live Demonstration Of Signal-Jamming Drones That Pose A Threat To Public Security
Space In Each Site Tour Is Limited, Registrations Will Be Available On First Come, First Reserved Basis