The Security Event

25-27 April 2023
NEC, Birmingham

Seminar Agendas

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Seminar Agendas

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10:30
  1. Security in Practice
    45 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    What are the priorities for the security industry today and how do we see this changing in the coming months and years?  IS technology the answer to all our woes? 
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
  3. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    Knowledge is important for personal growth and development. Knowledge sharpens our skills in the challenging environment of designing, implementing, and managing security solutions. David will set out clear rationale to justify consideration of specialist courses for security professionals in project management, security consultancy and control room management. He will illustrate why such training opportunities can benefit the individual and add value to an organisation delivering or employing professional security services. Through education and training, a security professional is able gain control of their workplace practice by using that knowledge, function more smoothly and deliver effective services. We become smarter with the power of knowledge. "
11:15
  1. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    The provision of automatic smoke vents is a requirement of Approved Document B in specific applications. The Smoke Control Association, in answer to Dame Judith Hackitt's call on industry to raise the bar, has recently published detailed guidance on Natural Smoke and Heat Exhaust Ventilators (commonly referred to as AOVs) and in particular, how full compliance can be achieved. A common and potentially dangerous misconception is that by installing an actuator onto a window, the contractor is fulfilling their obligations. This is wrong. This presentation, by the SCA's Will Perkins, sets out how compliance can be achieved, the regulations underpinning this mandatory requirement and plenty of useful information to help contractors deliver legally compliant solutions.
11:30
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    • Biometric surveillance is changing fast – what are the key trends and issues?
    • How is the regulation shaping up in response?
    • What are the implications for the security sector?  
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
12:00
  1. Designing Out Crime Zone
    45 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
    Michael Brooke, Kenny McHugh & Michelle Kradolfer discuss how the Government can approach new threats in both the physical and cyber world. Comp'red by Simon Newman
  2. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre

    Choosing the right software for your Fire and Security business is something you need to get right first time if you can.  Making the right choice requires not only that you understand what options are out there, but what will work for your business. We will cover the essentials of what key factors to look for, cloud vs pc-based software’s, Industry specific vs generic field service software, and how to evaluate your options. We will also discuss the process of selection, the importance of self-review and team involvement.

12:15
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre

    The Evolution of the Cyber Essentials Scheme

    • Description of how the scheme has changed over the last 6 years and why
    • The effects seen from the growth of Cyber Essentials in the UK
    • How will the scheme continue to change to stay relevant and effective?   
12:45
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    A fireside chat looking at the current influences on businesses, why the Russian threat over Ukraine hasn’t happened and what businesses should do to keep ahead of the game
  2. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    The world is recovering from the devastating Covid-19 pandemic, and we are threatened by war in Eastern Europe. The cost of shipping containers around the world has skyrocketed as had the cost of raw materials such as copper and, increasingly, rare earth materials. Energy costs have gone through the roof. There is a global shortage of computer chips. All these things, taken together, threaten our businesses and the security systems we used to protect those businesses.
13:30
  1. ASIS Networking Lounge
    30 mins
    • ASIS Networking Lounge
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
  3. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    Neil Gibbins, Past President of the Institution of Fire Engineers and CROSS lead for fire safety, will explain what CROSS is, how it has expanded to cover fire safety matters and how CROSS works. He will describe how CROSS helps individuals and organisations, in particular its impact on culture and competence. Neil will share learnings from recent published reports relevant to everyone involved in specifying, designing, installing or maintaining fire safety systems.
14:00
  1. Security in Practice
    45 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    This session will give an overview of the tactical approach that can be taken to keep major events safe and secure, including case studies from recent major events.
    • An introduction to hostile reconnaissance, including case studies and the hostile mindset
    • How the police use Project Servator to disrupt hostile reconnaissance 
    • See Check and Notify (SCaN) – training to help event organisers disrupt hostile reconnaissance
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
  3. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre

    This presentation will highlight key drivers behind the latest 2021 edition of BS 8418, the standard for monitored CCTV systems capable of summoning a Police response and will explore:

    • the two types of compliant system, both of which qualify for a URN. Each of these tiers should be selected based on site risk assessment, one tier for high security applications and the other for lower security applications
    • the change of the phrasing and document structure, describing what should be achieved in lieu of prescriptive requirements defining how they should be achieved.
14:45
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    • For years Fire and Life Safety and HSE have been formally regulated – but anyone can call themselves a Security Consultant or Security Manager
    • The Manchester Arena Enquiry found that shortcomings in training, qualifications and competencies of security management at all levels contributed to the tragic outcome that evening
    • With the PROTECT Duty due to come into law some time this year, is it now time to formally regulate the professional requirements for those security consultants and managers who will be involved in discharging the Duty
15:30
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre

    - Understanding the synergy between corporate and infosec distributor models
    - Developing opportunities for cross sector partnerships, bundling and whitelabelling
    - Underlining future technology that will transform the Channel

  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    30 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
10:30
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    • The 5 common problems associated with on-premise video surveillance
    • No need to retrofit with Cloud-based video surveillance
    • End user case study – London riverside apartment
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
  3. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    Steve Hamm, IFE Chief Executive, discusses the importance of competency and professionalism in an ever-changing fire landscape for installers and the wider fire engineering community. While exploring some of the latest developments in our sector and how these are driving new ways of working and learning, Steve will explain how the role of a professional body can help individuals navigate the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
11:15
  1. Security in Practice
    45 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre

    What are the key issues with security in the games, Public Private cooperation an essential, how we make best use of that, key points for supporting a national event

  2. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre

    Matthew will share a thought provoking session on the need for cyber security in the Fire and Security sector, considering not only the installing/maintaining organisation but also products and touch points with the customer. The presentation will explore:

    • how cyber security might be implemented, at both an organisational level and for installations at customer sites
    • who may/should take responsibility for the different elements of cyber security, and the risk to your organisation if not defined
    • what is happening in relation to regulation and standardisation in the UK and EU.
12:15
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    • Managing emergencies - The role of security teams and resources in creating the conditions for business continuity throughout the organisation.
    • How security can manage its own recovery and support that of the wider organisation.
    • How the security manager and team can promote resilient business practices through risk management, awareness, training and exercising.
12:45
  1. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    Security is much larger than just packets, firewalls, and hackers. In this talk Darren will be discussing the following aspects of Cyber Security and exploring their risk level, origination, and prevention methods so today's security manager can be better prepared to guard against the threat of attack
13:30
  1. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
  2. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    While the principle of Smoke Control systems is generally known and understood across UK industry, complexity of designs is evermore increasing. Building designers are challenged to achieve regulatory requirements while meetings evermore demanding customer expectations.
14:00
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
  3. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    With an objective to improve fire system installation quality including system documentation and to encourage proper system verification when a new maintenance provider takes over an existing installation. The intent would be to improve the quality of new installations and minimise the perpetuation of poor existing installations.
14:45
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    This presentation will review the key findings of the Manchester Inquiry, the Wembley Stadium Inquiry and will anchor these in how the Protect Duty is likely to be developed
  2. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    Modern security technology is becoming ever-more complex, both in terms of the technology but also in the operational sense. In short, there is a lot of sophisticated technology to understand, manage and maintain.
15:30
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    • What is Cyber Essentials
    • What is the value of Cyber Essentials to your organisation
    • How is Cyber Essentials changing to stay relevant to your organisation
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    30 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
10:30
  1. Security in Practice
    45 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    • What are the risks we are seeing in business?
    • How do we balance the needs of the business against the security requirements?
    • Can Security be delivered as business enhancing and if so how?
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
  3. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    The key objective of this guide is to raise awareness of the need to ensure that any powered smoke extract fans which are selected, manufactured and installed in accordance with EN 12101-3:2015, must then be correctly maintained to ensure that they continue to offer building occupants the highest degree of smoke protection and reassurance possible.
11:15
  1. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    Security is much larger than just packets, firewalls, and hackers. In this talk Darren will be discussing the following aspects of Cyber Security and exploring their risk level, origination, and prevention methods so today's security manager can be better prepared to guard against the threat of attack.
12:00
  1. Designing Out Crime Zone
    45 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
    Michael Brooke, Kenny McHugh & Michelle Kradolfer discuss how the Government can approach new threats in both the physical and cyber world. Comp'red by Simon Newman
  2. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre

    Following the publication of Dame Judith’s Hackitt’s report “Building a Safer Future” and the ongoing Grenfell Tower inquiry there has been a hugely increased focus on the competency of contractors and especially those contractors whose work could affect the fire integrity of, or life safety within a building.

    This presentation looks at how Third Party Certification can help to demonstrate competency especially in relation to the provision of Life Safety Fire Risk Assessments and Evacuation Alert Systems.

12:15
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    • The Security Institute doubled in size and tripled revenue in 5 years. 
    • These books were instrumental in developing the business, engaging the customers and retaining 92% to continue as members year on year. 
    • Leadership development is paramount in maintaining the value proposition, business growth and increasing market share. 
    • All the above are applicable to any security business, irrespective of the product or service being offered.
12:45
  1. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    Modern security technology is becoming ever-more complex, both in terms of the technology but also in the operational sense. In short, there is a lot of sophisticated technology to understand, manage and maintain.
13:20
  1. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    You have decided it was time to take on more work and grow your business. However, have you thought about what that actually means for you, your staff and your cash flow? This panel session brings tog ...
13:30
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre

    This presentation discusses how Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning can be applied to a variety of disparate data sets for intelligent decision making, enhancing security and better informing operators in control & situation centres.  

    •    Systems and available data 
    •    Integrating systems & applying intelligence. 
    •    Outcomes, Goals & Benefits

  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
14:00
  1. Security in Practice
    30 mins
    • Security in Practice Theatre
    • Cooperation between city polices with video surveillance and national police
    • Cyber_Trackers work as Cyber_Investigator bots that mimic human police investigation knowhow
    • Bot proposes decisions to command interoperable forces and to control great events or military operations 
  2. Designing Out Crime Zone
    20 mins
    • Designing Out Crime Zone
  3. Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    30 mins
    • Fire & Security Installer Theatre
    What are the planned changes regarding regulatory requirements for competence when the Building Safety Bill gains Royal Assent later this year and what work is being undertaken to clearly define what competence might look like in the future

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