About the Forum

2017 Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum

Australia has experienced a number of planned or attempted attacks, presenting huge challenges for the government and enforcement authorities. The rise of cyber attacks and the paradigm shift to low-capability, high-impact attacks have given rise to an urgent need to gear up technology and solutions to ensure safety for everyone.

Clariden is launching the 2017 Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum to allow delegates to:

  • Discover Australia’s current state of defence and initiatives in Counter-Terrorism
  • Discuss strategies to combat changing security threats and challenges faced by government and the community
  • Explore strategies in improving security resilience
  • Strengthen security plans to safeguard future threats

International Crisis and Emergency Risk Communications Forum 2017

Panama Papers, iCloud leaks of celebrity photo, Wells Fargo Accounts Scandal, Ebola Virus Disease, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, New South Wales Bushfires and others are just some of the many crises that have occurred in the past 2 years. All these events are proven to be poles apart from each other yet share the same traits of a crisis. Lucid communication is essential in limiting the damage that could be done to an organization in time of crisis and a highly agile crisis management plan could ensure that the crisis could be mitigate or well attended.

With these issues in minds, Clariden Global is proud to present to you our inaugural International Crisis and Emergency Risk Communications Forum that will equip government and business leaders with the necessary skills to effectively improve your crisis communication strategies.

Why Join This Conference

2017 Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum

6 Revolutionary Drivers to Help You Stay Ahead From Security Threats:

  1. Uncover the latest intelligence on terrorism, security breaches on infrastructure, and Counter-Terrorism government initiatives
  2. Protect your Critical Infrastructure Points – airports/airlines to utilities, major events and locations – with new security measures
  3. Acquire the latest intelligence on possible targets for terrorist’s attacks within the Australian and Asian landscape
  4. Bolster your Security Intelligence and efforts with new insights on Counter-Terrorism Financing (CTF)
  5. Understand the new realities and risks of cyber terror threats, and the foremost cybersecurity measures you need to adopt to mitigate risks
  6. Formulate and develop new strategies, designs and plans to adapt to the uncertain security landscape

International Crisis and Emergency Risk Communications Forum 2017

Defend Your Organization’s Reputation with 6 Proactive Crisis Communications Game Plan:

  1. Anticipate Changes. Understand the crisis landscape today and avoid the crisis communication blunders
  2. Build Relationships. Understand today’s media agenda to build a sustainable relationship with it
  3. Convey Message. Optimize all channels to convey your message to the right audience
  4. Demolish the Communication Silos. Demolish the traditional communication silos and create an effective crisis communication plan
  5. Evolutionary Media. Time to integrate traditional media with new media to form an impeccable crisis communication strategies
  6. Forward Thinking.  Be at the forefront of the crisis management landscape to secure your organization’s image and value

The Forum at a Glance

2017 Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum

DAY 1: Wednesday 19 April 2017

  • Intelligence on Terrorism: Where They Are Targeting Next
  • Global Discussion: Australia, Indonesia and Singapore partnership in Counter-Terrorism
  • Build strong security resiliency on critical points such as aviation, maritime, public venues, utilities, mining and major events
  • Case study: Origin Energy’s achievement in raising its cybersecurity visibility and Cyber Threat Intelligence in countering cyber warfare

DAY 2: Thursday 20 April 2017

  • Assess terrorists’ financing and uncover effective Counter-Terrorist Financing (CTF) strategies
  • Discuss the controversial issues of the revolutionary police drones and unfold new opportunities
  • Panel Discussion: Addressing the threats and gearing up for the future of the security industry

POST FORUM WORKSHOPS: Friday 21 April 2017

  • Workshop A: Risk Management in Counter-Terrorism
  • Workshop B: Design, Implement and Assess Effective Crisis Management Plan

International Crisis and Emergency Risk Communications Forum 2017

DAY 1: Wednesday 19 April 2017

  • How to Respond Effectively Within the First 24 Hours During a Crisis
  • Shaping Your Crisis Communications Message
  • Regain Control in a Media Interview to Reduce Damage of Crisis
  • Understand How the Media View You
  • Multi-Channel Crisis Communications Response Plan

DAY 2: Thursday 20 April 2017

  • Dealing with Crisis Communications in a Digital Age
  • Managing Your Reputation with Public Scrutiny
  • Developing a Resilient Crisis Communications Plan
  • Demonstrating Leadership in Crisis Management

POST FORUM WORKSHOPS: Friday 21 April 2017

  • Workshop A: Using Social Media To Improve Crisis Communications: Developing Effective Engagement Plans and Messages
  • Workshop B: Dealing with the Media During a Crisis – Handling Interviews, Negative Publicity and Difficult Situations

Companies Expected at the Forum

  • AGL Energy
  • BHP Billiton
  • BP
  • Caltex
  • Department of Defence
  • ExxonMobil Australia
  • Glencore
  • Its Australia
  • John Holland
  • Melbourne Rail
  • Minister for Agriculture
  • Minister for Foreign Affairs
  • Minister for Health
  • Minister for Immigration and Border Protection
  • Minister for Industry
  • Rio Tinto
  • Shell
  • Total
  • United Energy and Multigas