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REGISTER TO ATTEND CLICK HERE! 14-17 MAY 2012 NEC BIRMINGHAM


SECURITY MANAGEMENT THEATRE


– HALL 3A Brand NEW for 2012, The Security Management Education Theatre, has been produced in association with TalAcq, a free-to-attend, CPD points-earning programme to inform and educate Security Managers on some key issues they face within their roles.


DAY 1 – MONDAY 14TH MAY


10.30 - 11.30


12.00 - 13.00


14.00 - 15.00


15.30 - 16.30


Dealing with the Insider Threat Speaker: Mr Martin Smith FSYl, Chairman and Founder, The Security Company (International) Dealing with the insider threat presents an opportunity for organisations to quickly and significantly reduce their exposure.


Procuring Security Services: Some thoughts on why and how to change Speaker: Mr Mike O’Neil CSyP, CPP, PSP, FSyl, Managing Director, Optimal Risk Management This session addresses the key questions which need to be addressed during a procurement process.


How to ensure your Security Technology Investment delivers the result you expect Speakers: Mr Jon Roadnight MSyl, Director, CornerStone; Mr Narinder Dio MSyl, Director, CornerStone The presentation will focus on 3 new/developing areas of security technology and discuss the importance of clear operational requirements.


State of the Security Nation Speakers: Mr Brian Sims BA (Hons) Hon FSyI, Editor, Security Management Today Online; Mr James Kelly, CEO, BSIA; Mr Jeff Little OBE, CEO, National Security Inspectorate As the CEOs of two of the security sector’s leading organisations, James Kelly and Jeff Little will offer their views on the current state of the security industry.


DAY 2 – TUESDAY 15TH MAY


10.30 - 11.30


12.00 - 13.00


The CSO and the Board Speaker: Mr Mike Alexander BEM. MSc. FSyI, Global Head of Security & Safety, Henderson Global Investors


Understanding how the CSO can interface with the Board and influence business decisions based on perceived risk and compliance.


Legal Briefing for Security Managers Speaker: Claudia Gerrard, Legal Director, Ortolan Legal Limited


A whistle stop tour of some of the key areas affecting the security industry, including contracts with clients and suppliers; employment issues, TUPE transfers, and data protection.


14.00 - 15.00


Carbon Cost of Crime and Security Speaker: Mr Chris Carpenter MSyl, Security Risk & Technology Manager, Wilson James This presentation will explain how your security team can reduce the carbon footprint and drive down energy costs.


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