Security & Counter Terror Expo

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Detecting, Deterring and Disrupting Terror Threat

As nations seek to advance their resilience and ability to respond to the global terrorist threat, there is need for collaboration on shared challenges faced.

Aligned with the UK’s CONTEST strategy and run in close correspondence with the UK’s Home Office, Cabinet Office and Emergency Services, the conference will deliberate best practice to defeat the terrorist threats to our nations.

Featuring an unrivalled speaker line up, the World Counter Terror Congress will hear national updates on counter terror strategy, operations and policy, examining the key areas of Prevention, Pursuit and Protection from international terror threats.

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Security Experts attend from

  • Government, Police & Law Enforcement
  • Intelligence / Security Agencies
  • Border Agencies
  • Military
  • Emergency Services
  • Critical national Infrastructure
  • Corporate and business
     

Over 300 internationally recognised security experts will gather at the high-level paid-for World Counter Terror Congress to debate the threats we face today, define operational strategies and help shape the future policy for national security.

2018 Programme

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09:45
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • International Counter Terror Strategies
    Connecting the dots to protect EU citizens while also protecting data by design and by default Making best use of existing data in EU information systems to support Member States' authorities Detectin ...
10:15
  1. 30 mins
    Integrating investigative and intelligence activities against current and emerging national security threats Approaches to providing useful and timely information and analysis to the intelligence and ...
10:45
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • International Counter Terror Strategies
11:15
  1. 30 mins
    Counter-Terrorism Architecture in Canada The Evolving Terrorism threat against Canada and its Interests Abroad
11:45
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Prevent
    Who becomes radicalised? What are their vulnerabilities? How to counter radicalisation - a Norwegian perspective?
12:15
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Prevent
    Ideological foundations of radicalisation Main triggering elements and actors: What can be done? Challenges to countering radicalisation
12:45
  1. Pillar Room
    45 mins
    • Prevent
13:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Prevent
    Observing danger signals, signs or relationships that may point to radicalisation or planning of a terrorist attack  EXIT conversations with persons to help them out of radicalising environments Count ...
14:00
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Prevent
     Radicalisation and terrorism major challenges within modern European communities  Frontline police officers – community policing officers: Important role in preventing   radicalisation  Output of the ...
14:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Protect
     Protect within the UK and the key capability areas addressed:  Strengthening of UK border security  Reducing the vulnerability of the transport network to attack • Increase the resilience of the UK’s ...
15:00
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Protect
15:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Protect
    Breaking down the Swedish national strategy on terrorism to a plan The importance of attitude Key learning’s from the attack on Drottninggatan 7 April 2017
16:00
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Protect
     Experience gained from managing the IRA threat, what has changed?  Existing security capabilities and approaches  Plans to further develop physical security to mitigate vehicle and firearms attack
16:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • International Counter Terror Strategies
     The threat and feedback from recent operations  Current challenges  Lessons learnt, plans and development of policy for counter terrorism
09:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • International Counter Terror Strategies
    Consideration of the current threat picture Should the attacks change our approach? Key lessons learned
10:00
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    Next phase of counterterrorism in the Netherlands: Anticipating the changing threat picture post-caliphate Strengthening and developing what’s in place: A focus on local intervention capacity and resi ...
10:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • International Counter Terror Strategies
    How to seek to Prevent The link to Pursue, Protect and Response
11:00
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • International Counter Terror Strategies
11:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Protect
     An overview of the mission since its inception in 2015  Successes of the mission in deterrence and response to attackers  Approaches to command and co-ordination on the ground for maximum coverage of ...
12:00
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Protect
     Understanding the changing threat  The role of Technology in criminality  The challenges of counter-technology  The UK prison security response
12:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Pursue
     Dynamics of the threat: From returning foreign fighters to lone wolf attackers  Europol’s approaches to threat intelligence gathering and analysis  How can Europol support the efforts of individual n ...
13:00
  1. Pillar Room
    60 mins
    • Pursue
14:00
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Pursue
     CT intelligence actors in Europe  The EU Intelligence and Situation Centre  Core Capabilities  EU INTCEN's role in support of European CT decision making
14:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • International Counter Terror Strategies
     The current threat landscape and requirements for domestic security  Technologies and measures against terrorism  Feedback from technology implementation and recent successes
15:00
  1. 30 mins
15:30
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    Money laundering services provided by black market transactions through MSB (Money Service Businesses) both licenced and un-licensed Drug trafficking organizations (DTOs) shipping drug shipments from ...
16:00
  1. Pillar Room
    30 mins
    • Pursue
     How unsupervised learning approaches help to detect the unknown unknowns in complex data  The emerging field of Explainable AI and the difference between transparency and justification  What techniqu ...

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5th March 2019 // 9:00-17:45


 

6th March 2019 // 9:00-16:45

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