About the Forum

2nd Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum

Australia’s National Terrorism Threat Level has remained at the “PROBABLE” status since the Sydney siege, underscoring the existence of individuals and/or groups that possess the intent and capability to conduct a terror attack in Australia. In the wake of the terror attack in Manchester, as well as the foiled terror plot on Emirates plane, Australia’s Strategy for Protecting Crowded Places from Terrorism was introduced, outlining how public places and major events will continue to be attractive target for terror groups, and urging Australia law enforcers to step up their efforts in detecting and disrupting terror plots.

As public safety concerns grow, we see that there has been a shift in terror attacks towards low-capability high-impact attacks. This shift in the way attacks are carried out doesn’t just affect how we live, but how the nation’s critical infrastructure should be protected. Terror attacks have gone beyond just causing great loss of lives to taking the war cyber, compromising target systems and crippling the national critical infrastructure. These attacks have the potential to cause much greater destruction than a single, targeted strike.

To address the growing security concerns in Australia, Clariden Global is proud to host the 2nd Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum in Sydney, Australia. Held in Sydney in 2017, the inaugural Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum was attended by high-level senior security enforcers from both public and private sectors. Building on the tremendous success of last year’s Forum, this year’s Forum will see a gathering of a stellar list of speakers to share deep insights into Australia’s security climate. The Forum is designed to address the changing face of security threat and highlighting insightful keynote sessions and real case studies in countermeasures addressing security threats in public venue and major events as well as fortifying Australia’s critical national infrastructure.

Mark 30 April to 2 May 2018 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 Conference

2nd Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum

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

  1. Uncover the latest intelligence on terrorism, security breaches on infrastructures, and counter-terrorism initiatives
  2. Acquire latest insights into next possible point of terrorist attacks within Australia and global landscape
  3. Protect your critical infrastructures from airports/airlines to utilities, major events and locations with new security measures
  4. Bolster your security resiliency with emerging security innovations in response to security threats
  5. Understand the new realities of cyber threats from terrorists, and the cybersecurity measures you need to adopt today
  6. Leverage communication technologies in raising national emergency response and contingency planning

The Forum at a Glance

2nd Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum

PRE-FORUM ACTIVITIES: Monday 30 April 2018

  • Live Simulation of Hostage Negotiation
  • Exclusive Counter-Terrorism and Security Protection Innovation Showcase
    • Panel Discussion on New Intelligence on Terrorism
    • Panel Discussion on Evolving New Technologies Against Terrorists for Public Venue and Critical Infrastructure Security
    • Security Innovation Lightning Talk
    • Live Hacking Session

DAY 1: Tuesday 1 May 2018

  • Highlights on The Changing Face Of Terrorism
  • Sydney’s Counter-Terrorism Raid Case Study
  • Public Venue and Major Events Security Management
  • International Case Study on Public Venue Security
  • Roundtable Discussion on Emergency Response to Public Safety & Security
  • Discussion on Drone Terrorism and Counter-Drone Measures

DAY 2: Wednesday 2 May 2018

  • Discussion on Critical Infrastructure Vulnerabilities
  • Strengthening Aviation and Border Security
  • Exploiting Vulnerabilities in Energy, Utilities and Maritime Security
  • Discover Threats of Cyber Terrorism
  • Panel Discussion on Honing CNI through Public-Private Partnerships
  • Discussion on Australia’s National Security and Counter-Terrorism Initiatives
  • Crisis and Emergency Management Post-Terror Attack

Companies Expected at the Forum

  • 3M
  • Ajilon
  • AtHoc
  • Avigilon
  • Axis Communication
  • BGW Technologies
  • BMD
  • Bosch
  • Broadspectrum
  • Canberra Airport
  • Canon
  • Clayton UTZ
  • Cyberark
  • Defence Housing Australia
  • dexata
  • Digifort
  • Downer
  • Entrust Datacaard
  • Esri Australia
  • Fincantieri
  • FKG Group
  • Genetec
  • HLLS
  • Interlogix
  • Laing O’Rourke
  • Leda
  • MA Security Group
  • Macquarie Telecom
  • Milestone
  • NACP Projects
  • NEC Australia
  • Norship Marine
  • Northern Territory Government
  • NSW Government
  • OAG
  • Oracle
  • Reliance Risk
  • Rheinmetall Defence
  • Samsung
  • SAP
  • Security Lease
  • Selex Es
  • Sitzler
  • Sparke Helmore Lawyers
  • Sparx Systems
  • Spearpoint
  • SX Technologies
  • Sylo
  • Takex
  • Thales
  • Trend Micro
  • Unions NSW
  • Unisys
  • Varonis
  • Veracity
  • Victoria State Government
  • Western Advance
  • WiseNet
  • Zenergy