- Security TWENTY
- Women in Security
As ever, UK speakers are to the fore at the ASIS 14th European Security Conference & Exhibition. It’s running from March 29 to 31, at the Messe Frankfurt Congress Centre in Frankfurt, Germany.
Commander Christopher Greany, of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) is speaking on social media and how policing responds to ‘Mass Data’ in a crisis. The consultant James Willison is part of a panel on convegence, asking – are your organisation’s security systems secure from a cyber-attack?.
Prof Martin Gill of trainers and consultancy Perpetuity will describe some of his most recent research into what excellence looks like in security management, or put another way: What do you get from good security that you don’t get from bad? Other UK speakers include Corin Dennison, CPP, Senior Manager (Global Investigations), Adidas Group on investigative interviewing; Dan Solomon, Director, Cyber Risk & Security Services, Optimal Risk Management Ltd; David Hurley, Head of Operational Security and Risk, Fujitsu; Martin Smith, Chairman and Founder, The Security Company; Rowena Fell, CPP, Associate Director, Intellectual Property & Trade Secrets Protection Programme, Merck Sharp & Dohne; and on personal branding and development, Mike Hurst, Managing Director, HJA Fire and Security, and Graham Bassett, Managing Director, GBR.
Topics range from resilience to risk management, security of hotels and data centres; ‘smart building’ security; procurement; investigations, industrial espionage; fraud and corruption, and terrorism. For the programme in full visit the event website.