17 January 2014, 09:30 - 13:00, IBM UK, Hursley House, Winchester
Private sector businesses constantly need to be in a position to put in place effective measures to protect themselves from an 'all hazards' risk. 'Black Swans', spontaneous events that have a major organisational impact, can and will happen. The critical aspect of whether or not a business survives is how quickly and effectively businesses can identify a threat and then recover from the effects of a major incident. Of equal importance is the need to work seamlessly with public sector authorities in order to establish normality.
This conference discusses some of the most relevant potential threats to the UK private sector. Crucially, the sessions will focus on operational solutions and best practice. Therefore, this conference will be important to any leader charged with protecting the full range of corporate assets. This CSARN conference also offers invaluable networking opportunities and promotes the exchange of ideas that will get you thinking.
This conference will discuss:
- Understanding and mitigating the risk from domestic and international terrorism
- Understanding the need for effective Business Continuity strategies, and how to embed them into your organisation
- Resilience as a 'root and branch' responsibility
- How we can lessen the chances of being a victim of a cyber attack
Those who should attend are:
- Executive level decision-makers
- Business continuity change managers
- Emergency planners
- Local authority executives
- Solution providers
- Public sector responders
- Government level strategists
Speakers confirmed so far.
- Deputy Chief Constable Craig Denholm / Hampshire and the Isle of Wight Constabulary
- Steve Watts / Strategic Security and Policing Consultant and Associate Director CSARN
- Justin Crump / CSARN Security Risk Monitor / Security Intelligence and Management Process Consultant