CSARN / UK 2012 : Business Security Briefing
Radicalised lone attackers, dissident and extremist groups, always continue to pose a risk to businesses and challenge employers to deliver staff safety and reassurance. And international disagreements and crises also influence domestic security considerations.
On the eve of London's 2012 Olympics and Paralympics, and dynamically changing political unrest, CSARN's latest business briefing in partnership with information security experts, Esoteric will update UK employers around threat assessments and counter-measures to help businesses and staff become safer and more resilient.
FREE attendance CSARN MEMBERS and Registered Security Risk Monitor subscribers
Speakers and Agenda
|08:30||Registration and Coffee|
|09:00||Richard Bingley / CEO, CSARN
|09:05||Emma Shaw / Managing Director of Esoteric Ltd
|09:15||Justin Crump / CSARN Security Risk Monitor Senior Analyst
Threat assessment: analysing London and 2012
|09:45||Mike Whine / Director, Government & International Affairs, Community Security Trust
The terror threat from Iran and its proxies
|10:15||Q & A|
|10:20||Coffee and Networking|
|10:40||Daren Rapley / VOCAL
Communications and Staff Tracking during major incidents and events
|11:00||David Nordell / CEO of New Global Markets
Cyber security: risks to business and critical infrastructure
|11:25||Andrew Gilligan / London Editor, The
Disagreement over the Falklands (Malvinas). How serious is it? Should business communities be alarmed?
|12:10||Networking / Close|
This network briefing forms the second in a series run by the CSARN Security Risk Monitor team, in partnership with Esoteric, CSARN Member Partners and Technical Surveillance Counter-Measure specialists.