For the fourth year running, CSARN and MITIE’s Total Security Management business are working together to bring a range of expert panellists together to explore the ‘future of security’ with British business leaders.
A day of presentations will be heard from leading security and business resilience commentators at the fourth annual '20:20 Vision: Business Security in the Next Decade' conference, pioneered and delivered by CSARN, the UK's leading not-for-profit business security group.
Richard Bingley, Senior Lecturer at Buckinghamshire New University (who led CSARN as CEO until 2012), and CSARN Advisory Council member said:
"We are delighted to be working in partnership with MITIE to run this business risk briefing and conference. By working to support UK Plc and critical national infrastructure, MITIE always demonstrates that it is a knowledge-leader in the UK security and resilience sphere."
Bob Forsyth, Managing Director of MITIE Total Security Management, said:
"We look forward to working with CSARN to provide a day of forward-looking presentations and learning around the UK security and risk environment. The day always provides tremendous networking and education and we are delighted to be principal sponsor partners to this illustrious event."
Topics to be covered on the day will include:
- the future of Northern Ireland
- prospects for Transport security
- cyber security and hacktivism
- reform and prospects for peace in the Middle East and North Africa
The event will be chaired by CSARN Chief Executive Officer, Brett Lovegrove.
The event is kindly hosted by CSARN corporate member, Clifford Chance LLP and will take place in Canary Wharf on 7th March 2013 between 9am and 3.30pm.