29 - 30 November 2017 Grand Hall, Olympia, London

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29 - 30 NOVEMBER 2017, LONDON OLYMPIA

THE GLOBAL HIGH-END SECURITY SHOWCASE

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Conferences

Aviation & Border Security

Aviation & Border Security

Headline Sponsor : Smiths Detection

Our one day Aviation & Border Security Conference will be held on the 29th November. This conference will explore the effective counter-measures authorities are putting in place to ensure the safe movement of passengers by air.

Major Themes include:

Aviation & Border Security
Evolving Threat Horizon
Terminal Building Security
Passenger Profiling
Cyber Vulnerability
Vulnerabilities and Best Practices - Physical and Cyber Domains
Border Security in the Digital Age
Overlap of Border Security Capability with Aviation Security
Cockpit Security
Insider Threat
Screening: Cargo and Hold Baggage
Screening: Individuals (passengers & staff)
Security vs Facilitation
Smart Security (Checkpoint of the Future)
Drones/UAVs
Biometrics/Smart Gates
On Board Connectivity and Cyber Security

Global Counter Terrorism

Global Counter Terrorism

This top-level two day conference, will be opened by a Senior Minister and followed by a series of world renowned experts, including heads of authorities and government speakers from across the globe.

Major Themes include:

Global Counter Terrorism
Assessment of Key Issues in International Terrorism for 2017-2020
UK Border Security Post Brexit
European Security & Cooperation Post Brexit
Free Movement in the EU and Counter Terrorism
Migration – the 'Trojan Horse' of Terrorism?
The Immigration-terrorism Nexus
UK/Europe/NATO and Trump's America
International Cooperation on Terrorism
Countering Radicalisation & Tackling Extremism
Threat of the Rise of the Extreme Right
Evolving Nature of Terrorism and Hate Crime
PREVENT vs “Low-tech” Terror
New Challenges from Cyber
The Dark Web and Terrorism
Combating Violent & Hateful Fake News
Returning Islamic State fighters
The Threat from “Home-grown” Terrorism
Social Media, the Internet and Engagement with Extremism
Counter-terrorism and Human Rights
The Investigatory Powers Act 2016
Coordination of Security, Policing and Intelligence Operations
Counter-Terrorism Financing
The Police Response to Terror
CBRNE Weapons and Terrorism
IEDs Threats and Countermeasures

Designing Out Terrorism

Designing Out Terrorism

For maximum operational effectiveness and cost management, security needs to be designed in at concept stage. Find out on the 30th November what master planners and engineers need to consider.
 

Major Themes Include

Designing Out Terrorism
Urban Spaces for Counter Terrorism
Mitigating the Risk to Transport Hubs
Protecting Buildings through Design
Smart Buildings, Control Systems & the Cyber Threat
Resilience for the Built Environment
Countering Terrorism through Building Design
Designing for Vehicle-borne Threats
Counter Terrorism Design of Structures & Buildings
Blending Protective Security with Masterplanning and Urban Design
Designing Public and Private Spaces
Blast Mitigation
BIM and Security
Adapting Spaces and Buildings to Mitigate Marauding Terrorist Attacks
Securing Wider Local Areas then Buildings - Layered Resilience
Role of Crime Prevention through Environmental Design
Utilising Resilient Materials and Enhanced Blast-resistant Facades
Occupant Security Strategies

CNI

CNI

This one day conference will be held on the 30th November and will explore effective strategies across cyber, personnel and physical security to help protect national infrastructure. Topics covered will include Energy, Transport, Major Events, Utilities, Finance and Communications.

Major Themes Include:

Evolving Threats to National Infrastructure
Personnel & People Security - The Human Element
Disrupting Hostile Reconnaissance
Combating Insider Risk
Building a Good Security Culture
Physical Security - Multi-layering
Cyber Security
Information Analysis, Protection and Response
Ensuring Cyber-Resilience for Critical National Infrastructure
Resilience and Crisis Management
Contingency Planning for Security, Resilience and Integrity
Crisis and Risk Communication Strategies
Digital Media Crisis Management

Maritime & Transport Security

Maritime & Transport Security

Our Maritime & Transport Security Conference will be held on the 30th November. This conference will explore the effective counter-measures authorities are putting in place to ensure the safe movement of passengers, cargo and freight by road, rail and sea.

Major Themes Include:

Maritime Security
Evolving Threat Environment
Changing Face of Maritime Terrorism
Human Trafficking
Drug Trafficking
Illegal Carrying of Weapons and Artillery
Maritime Piracy & Armed Robbery - SEA and West Africa/Gulf of Guinea
Weapons Smuggling
Securing Port Facilities
Scanning Containers for Illicit Cargo
The Maritime Defence of the United Kingdom - now and post Brexit
Threats from the Mediterranean Sea with the Convergence of IS with Libya
Cyber Threat to Vessels and Shipping
Inland Transport Security (Road/Rail/Cargo)
Cyber Crime and Inland Transport
Mitigating Cargo Theft
Threats from Transnational Organised Crime
Protecting High Value Assets
Supply Chain Security
Threat to Supply Chain Stakeholders from Cargo Crime
Security Threat from Irregular Migration
Creating Weapons by Hijacking Heavy Vehicles
Improving Commercial Road Freight Transport Security
Implication of Autonomous/Driverless Trucks & Supply Chain Security

Major Events & Stadium Security

Major Events & Stadium Security

Our significant one day conference on the 29th November will focus on protective strategies to help keep sporting events, major games, stadia, concerts & festivals and political summits safe and secure.

Major Themes Include:

Securing Stadia and Venues
Crowd Management for Major Events
Major Incident Response
Project Argus for Stadia
Resilience Planning
Planning and Managing Security
Ensuring Resilience so Infrastructure can Rapidly Recover from Disruptions.
Threat and Risk Assessments for Major Event Security
Linking Security, Efficiency and Resilience
Enhancing Capacity-building for Major Events
Command and Control for Major Events Safety and Security
Emergency Services Coordination - Joint Emergency Services Interoperability Programme (JESIP)
Human Rights Concerns vs Major Event Security

Protecting Crowded Places

Protecting Crowded Places

Our one day conference on the 30th November will examine innovative design considerations, effective surveillance, target hardening and pioneering policing methodologies.

Major Themes Include:

Protecting Crowded Places
Protective Security Measures & Advice
Hostile Vehicle Mitigation
Preventing Vehicle-Ramming Attacks
Preventing Suicide Bombings in Crowded Places
Crowd Management
Major Incident Response
Responding to Crowded Places Incidents
Lessons from London’s Lone Wolf Attack
Learning from Marauding Paris-style Gun Attacks
Video Surveillance and Analytics

Cyber Security

Cyber Security

Cyber is a major focus at UK Security Expo 2017. Held on the 29th November this conference will explore what staff need to do to protect against Cyber Threats, how to  spot vulnerabilities and how to lead recovery from major Cyber Attacks.

65% of large businesses reported a cyber breach or attack in the last 12 months. Yet nine out of ten businesses don’t even have an incident management plan in the event of a cyber breach.

 

In a world where everything is connected in some way having the necessary cyber and physical security systems and processes in place is more important than ever. No longer can physical and cyber security be looked at separately as an attack on an organisation’s systems can also cause physical infrastructure to fail.

More and more security professionals are realising the importance of integrating cyber solutions with physical security technologies. Business must sharpen its approach as the scale of the threat from cyber increases and intensifies.

The Cyber conference will provide security professionals with an overview of the cyber landscape, and practical guidance to manage the threats facing them.

Key topics to be addressed:

Assessment of the current and future threat landscape
Convergence of physical and cyber security
Threats and opportunities with the Internet of Things
Privacy, data protection, impact of GDPR and terrorism
Is cyber insurance the way forward
Are people the weakest link – insider threat, training, skills
Growth of cyber terrorism
PLUS – The Great Cyber Debate

 

 

 

Counter Terrorism for Facilities Management

Counter Terrorism for Facilities Management

This one day conference will be held on the 29th November. This conference will look at the security measures you can add to your business/ building to reduce your vulnerability to terrorism.

Facilities mangers, the new front line in the fight against terrorism. 

Looking at a variety of sectors, including commercial buildings, education, major events, visitor attractions and hotels, this conference is aimed at increasing the understanding of the security and terrorism issues faced by those with responsibility for providing a safe and secure work-place. 

The conference will review the threats and learn from experience and best practice from across the world.

This conference is a must for anyone with buildings and facilities management responsibilities. 

Major Themes Including:

Setting the scene - Terrorism Threat & counter terrorism planning for Facilities Management

Incorporating Counter Terror Security into Facilities Management Procurement

Sector Specific Security Best Practice – Case studies from a range of organisations including Hotels, Religious Sites, Education, Hospitals, Music Venues, Stadia, Galleries

Protecting Tall Buildings

Cyber Security for FMs: Focus on BIM, Internet of Things, Mobile Devices, Smart Buildings

Crisis Management, Response & Communications

Training/Skill Set

Lock Downs & Evacuations Best Practice in Light of Emerging Security Threats

Engagement with Counter Terrorism Security Advisor – Project Argus

Workshops & Live Demonstrations

Technology Workshops

Technology Workshops

Providing invaluable insight into what technologies, training and consultancy are available to help keep your business safe and secure.

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Tactical Demonstration Theatre

Tactical Demonstration Theatre

Live scenarios featuring tactical equipment such as: CBRN - PPE - IED/ROV - Tactical Vehicles/Armored Vehicles - Tactical Training and Consultancy - Counter UAV

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Live Operations Centre

Live Operations Centre

A major new initiative that has not been seen at any security exhibition before, the Live Operations Centre will recreate the exact environment used by Security, Intelligence Agencies and Police globally.

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Other Show Features

Cyber Intelligence Zone

Cyber Intelligence Zone

  • A dedicated platform for cyber security suppliers to come together to counter the increasing threat of cyber-attacks
  • Attracting end users looking for technologies to integrate into their existing infrastructure 

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Global VIP Buyers Club

Global VIP Buyers Club

  • Detailed information provided to club members on each buyers' requirements
  • Dedicated private lounge provided for meetings and introductions
  • Real procurement opportunities that can lead to major contracts

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Primes & SME Engagement

Primes & SME Engagement

  • Brings SMEs with relevant solutions together with prime contractors such as  QinetiQ, Leonardo, Thales, BT & Babcock
  • Face-to-face meetings in a private area
  • Prime Contractor Capability Lounge to continue the conversations.

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