Security & Counter Terror Expo

Protecting critical national infrastructure and businesses

The Critical National Infrastructure & Business Resilience conference is essential for all professionals tackling the issues on how to protect businesses and the assets essential for the maintenance of everyday life.

Our busiest and most popular conference brings together leaders in CNI and business resilience to discuss, understand and create effective strategies in protecting CNI utilising all elements including cyber, physical security and staff.

Join us to hear from experts about real life examples and case studies on how to protect CNI and Business.

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The UK defines nine of these which provide essential services as critical national infrastructure:

  • Communications
  • Emergency services
  • Energy (including pipelines and offshore)
  • Finance
  • Food
  • Government
  • Health
  • Transport (including roads, airports, ports and railways)
  • Water

 

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Speakers for 2018 include:

  • Mr Paul Fyfe, Director, Civil Nuclear Security Division, Office for Nuclear Regulation
  • Dr Monika John-Koch, Head of Division, Critical Infrastructure Protection Strategy and Cyber Security CIP, German Federal Office of Civil Protection and Disaster Assistance (BBK)
  • Mr Bharat Thakrar, Head of Business Continuity & Resilience, BT Global Services
  • Mr Alan Clamp, Chief Executive, Security Industry Authority, Home Office
  • Mr Robert Hall MBCI MSyI, Director, Security & Resilience Network, London First
  • Mr Malcolm Warr OBE, Federation of Small Businesses Home Affairs Committee, Federation of Small Businesses
  • Mr Charles Le Gallias CBE, Managing Director, Via Strategia Ltd

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Official charity

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Venue and opening times

Olympia London

 

5th March 2019 // 9:00-17:45


 

6th March 2019 // 9:00-16:45