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As a media partner of the ASIS 11th European Security Conference & Exhibition, Professional Security Magazine would like to invite you to register for this important event taking place in place in London on April 15 to 17, 2012. The event is expected to attract 500 to 600 senior security executives from all over Europe and the world.


The programme includes:

  • Sessions on professional skills and certification, convergence of physical and information security, public-private cooperation and international standards;
  • Sessions dedicated to Chief Security Officers (CSOs) organised by the CSO Roundtable of ASIS International;
  • An enlarged exhibition featuring the latest in security technology and services;
  • Unrivalled networking opportunities at the President’s Reception, business lunches and networking breaks.


Delegates will be able to choose between 44 high-level educational sessions divided over four parallel tracks. Featured keynote speakers are:

  • Bernard Hogan-Howe QPM, Commissioner of the London Metropolitan Police
  • Adrian Kendry, Senior Defence Economist and Head of Defence and Security Economics, Political Affairs and Security Policy Division, NATO HQ 
  • Baroness Angela Harris of Richmond, Deputy Speaker of the House of Lords and Patron of ASIS UK Chapter 208
  • James Brokenshire MP, pictured, Minister for Crime and Security
  • Sir Ian Andrews, Chairman of the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA)
  • Stephen Cooper, Head of Security, Olympic Park and Olympic Village.

Programme highlights:

Dealing with Civil Disturbance – A Tale of Two Cities

Didier Joubert, Inspector General, Interior Ministry, France and Christopher Greany, Detective Chief Superintendant, London Metropolitan Police, UK.

Diplomatic Security – Exercising Duty of Care in a Strange New World

Mike Croll, Head of Field Security, European External Action Service, European Union, Belgium.

Olympic Terrorism Concerns – Past & Present

Glenn Schoen, Executive Advisor, G4S Risk Advisory, The Netherlands.

The Case for Converged Security

Volker Wagner, Senior Vice President Group Business Security, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany; Martin Smith, Chairman and Founder, The Security Company (International) Ltd, UK; and Mark Brown, Group CISO, SABMiller, UK.

Security in the Future: the Positive Business Differentiator

Professor Martin Gill, Director of Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International.

Security Strategy – Public and Private Partnership

Don Randall MBE, Head of Security, Bank of England.

Piracy and the growth of the maritime security industry

Peter Cook, Founder, Security Association for the Maritime Industry (SAMI).

Panel Discussion: Protecting Public Health: Successful Strategies for Tackling Illegal Online Pharmacies

Moderated by Richard E. Widup, Jr., CPP Senior Director, Corporate Security Purdue Pharma L.P. , USA

Panel: Detective Sergeant Stephen Truick; Police Central e-crime Unit, Metropolitan Police.

Nimo Ahmed; Head of Intelligence, Enforcement Unit, UK Medicines and Healthcare Regulatory Agency.

Simeon Wilson, Director, Corporate Security, AstraZeneca, UK.

Recertification Points/CPD credits

The ASIS 11th European Security Conference & Exhibition has been recognised for ASIS Recertification Points as well as CPD credits of the Security Institute. ASIS-board certified (CPP, PCI, or PSP) practitioners can earn up to 13 recertification CPEs. 

–        Those who register for a single day registration can claim seven CPE credits for day one, or six CPE credits for day two.

–        Those who register as Exhibits-Only can claim 3 CPE credits (copy of the name badge is required as a form of documentation).

Security Institute members and those professionals who have joined their CPD scheme, can claim the following credits for attending the educational sessions at the ASIS 11th European Security Conference & Exhibition:

• Those who register for the single-day one conference can claim twelve (12) CPD points

• Those who register for the single-day two conference can claim ten (10) CPD points

• Those who register for the full two-day conference can claim twenty two (22) CPD points.

Women in Security & Young Professionals

During the plenary session on Tuesday 17 April, Professional Security Magazine will present its Women in Security Award, the security profession’s first ever dedicated awards that recognise the accomplishment, value and contributions of women within the wider world of security. The award will be presented by Baroness Ruth Henig, Chairman of the Security Industry Authority (SIA). ASIS has reserved separate tables at lunch that day for anyone interested in the ASIS Women in Security initiative. Tables have also been reserved for the ASIS Young Professionals initiative.


The 2012 Conference & Exhibition will kick off on Sunday 15 April with a new members and first-time attendees reception at the Hilton Metropole. On Monday 16 April, the President’s Reception will take place at the Inner Temple (included in the conference delegate rate). Finally, a spectacular closing reception on Tuesday 17 April at the House of Lords, organised by the ASIS UK Chapter and hosted by Baroness Angela Harris of Richmond (separate registration through Numbers are strictly limited to 250).


Conference and exhibition only tickets are available for purchase on


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