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7:00 Registration And Coffee
8:00 Chairperson’s Welcome And Opening Remarks
Mr. William “Bo” Fielding
Anti Piracy Unit Managing Director
Phoenix Intelligence Support Inc

Keynote Presentation
8:20 Rise Of Piracy And Other Maritime Insecurity In Somalia
Dangers along Somali shores
The legal background
The international naval response
Next steps
Ambassador David Shinn
Adjunct Professor of International Affairs, George Washington University
Former US Ambassador to Ethiopia

IMB Situational Update
9:00 The Global Response To Piracy
The extent of piracy and armed attacks around the world including the numbers, hotspots and types of attacks
Responses that work
The value of public private partnerships
The unique situation off Somalia and responding to piracy in a failed state
Captain Pottengal Mukundan
Director
International Maritime Bureau

09:40 Networking And Refreshment Break
10:25 Victims Of Piracy – The Human Side Of The Crime
Discussion of first hand experiences with Piracy
What crewmembers should and should not do during a pirate attack and when pirates are aboard
Ensuring hostage safety and well being
John Burnett
Author of “Dangerous Waters, Modern Piracy and Terror on the High Seas”

11:05 Multilateral Responses To Somali Piracy -- The Programmes Of The United Nations
John B. Sandage
Deputy Director, Division for Treaty Affairs, Chief
Treaty and Legal Assistance Branch
and Officer-in-Charge
Terrorism Prevention Branch United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Current NATO Operations
11:45 NATO Maritime Component Command Operations To Deter Piracy In The Gulf Of Aden
NATO maritime operations to disrupt and deter piracy in the Gulf of Aden and off the Horn of Africa
Building partnerships for increased security in high risk areas including benefits of the recommended transit corridor
Commodore Hans Helseth
RNoR, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations
NATO MCC Northwood

12:25 Lunch
1:30 Successful Security Alternatives For Combating Piracy
Paradoxes of current lethal and non-lethal tactics and how they are resolved by elite assault K9 solutions
Critical strategies to detect-avoid-repel and deter
Elite assault K9 solutions to combating piracy
Grant Goldin
Director of Security
S.E.A.L Security

2:15 Anti-Piracy Training And Its Role In Piracy Prevention And Mitigation
IMO model maritime security training curriculum
MTSA security training standards
Advanced and non-traditional training methods
CAPT Jon Helmick
USMS, Chairman
MARAD/USCG MTSA 109 Committee

3:00 Networking And Refreshment Break
3:30 Building Public/Private Partnerships To Support Safe And Secure Maritime Operations
Identifying the proper roles of public and private entities
Realistic first steps and direction for collaboration
Data sharing and AIS improvement
CAPT Gordan Van Hook
USN (Ret.), Senior Director, Innovation and Concept Development
Maersk Line, Limited

4:15 The Legal Challenges Of Piracy: Consequences For Public And Private Organizations
Reducing the legal liability of pirate attacks
Overcoming challenges to prosecuting acts of piracy
Defending against civil suits and damage claims
H. Allen Black
III, Partner
Winston & Strawn, LLP

5:00 Long-Term Solutions To Combat Somali Piracy
Dr. James Carafano
Assistant Director, Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies
The Heritage Foundation

5:45 End Of Day One

7:30 Registration And Coffee
8:00 Chairperson’s Welcome And Opening Remarks
Keynote Presentation
8:20 MARAD Efforts And Current Operations To Improve The Safety And Security Of Maritime Transportation
Maritime Administration action plan for addressing piracy off the Horn of Africa
Reducing vessel vulnerability through increased training and standards
Best management practices to counter piracy
James Caponiti
Acting Deputy Maritime Administrator
US Maritime Administration

9:00 USCG Efforts To Deter Piracy And Support Stable Maritime Operations
Developing and improving security directives

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Maritime Piracy Summit 2009

  1. 1. Reduce your operational risk Presents: and liability! See Page 4 Maritime for Details… Piracy Speakers confirmed to present at this year’s conference include: Summit TM James Caponiti Deputy Administrator, MARAD Ambassador David Shinn Adjunct Professor of International Affairs, George Pre-Summit Vessel Security Training Washington University, Former US Ambassador to Ethiopia Workshop: September 21, 2009 Commodore Hans Main Summit: Helseth, RNoR Deputy Chief of Staff for September 22 – 23, 2009 Operations NATO MCC Northwood The Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center, Washington, DC Dana Goward Director, Assessment, Integration, and Risk Management, USCG Pottengal Mukundan Director, International Maritime Bureau Nicola Arena Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mediterranean Shipping Co. (USA) Chairman, MSC Cruises Sponsor: Don’t miss the best opportunity of the year to: • Receive training on cutting edge and Media Partners non-traditional tactics to improve vessel security • Survey NATO, EU, and national naval operations designed to improve safety and security in high risk areas • Reduce your legal liability through better application of current maritime law To register call Andrew Drummond at 416-597-4728! See Page 5 for Early Registration Discounts
  2. 2. Who You Will Meet: Maritime IDGA’s Maritime Piracy Summit provides a venue for commercial shipping organizations, equipment suppliers, risk management consultants, military officials, Piracy TM and defense industry integrators to review issues-at-hand, discuss options, and integrate solutions to deter piracy. You will have the unique opportunity to interact and network with senior level Summit professionals from military units, government agencies, contractors, and technology service providers. Delegates will include leaders with a variety of responsibilities, including: • Vessel Security • Military Plans and Policy • Operations • Training • Maritime Law • Insurance Providers and TM Underwriters Dear Colleague, • International Military • Risk Management Consulting IDGA’s Maritime Piracy Summit brin Commercial Shipping gs the global shipping community • those responsible for the safety and together with security of the world’s oceans. This present strategies for partnership event will between the public and private sect the stability of maritime operations. ors to improve About IDGA The conference will also present the The Institute for most innovative security measures reduce vessel vulnerability. and tactics to Defense & Government Advancement (IDGA) is This year’s event will emphasize the a non-partisan information based following key issues: • Public/private security partnerships organization dedicated to the promotion • Vess el safety and security of innovative ideas in public service and • Mar itime law defense. We bring together speaker panels • Inte comprised of military and government lligence integration and vessel trac • NAT king professionals while attracting delegates O operations • Nati with decision-making power from military, onal Naval Operations government and defense industries. For more information, please call Andrew Take the time now to block off Sept Drummond at 416-597-4728. ember 21-23, 2009 in your calenda your place among your peers and r, and reserve key leaders in the Maritime commun yourself and your team today ity. Register via email at andrew.drummond by phone at: 416-597-4787. @iqpc.com or Hereis what people are I look forward to meeting you in Sept saying about IDGA events: ember! “Wow! These guys came in with “real V/R, et to sign PS: Don forg ’t world” experiences and took the time and ssel up for the Ve effort to present the information in an shops! organized manner. What a wealth of Security W ork knowledge they freely shared. Thanks!” Thomas Engelman - Operations Analyst, Northrup Grumman Program Director Integrated Systems, Western Region Institute for Defense and Governm ent Advancement “Great knowledgeable cadre of speakers…Right on target” -Miami Dade Police Department 2 Register Now! Call Andrew Drummond at 416-597-4728 or email andrew.drummond@iqpc.com
  3. 3. Vessel Security Training Workshop Vessel Security Training Workshop Monday, September 21, 2009 Give time to the issues that matter most. Sign up for the Vessel Security Training Workshop and dedicate more time to dialogue and networking in a classroom environment. This in-depth and interactive series of workshops will examine current training models designed to improve the safety and security of commercial vessels. Receive training on cutting edge and non- traditional tactics designed to help your organization deter piracy in high risk areas. These practical application sessions will deliver high impact training led by globally recognized experts. During a Training Workshop you can expect smaller, classroom-style sessions, detailed materials, live applications, in-depth discussions with the class leaders and fellow attendees. 8:30am – 9:30am Registration and Coffee 9:30am – 11:30 am Non-Lethal Weapons Options Non-Lethal Weapons and Procedures for Combating Piracy This workshop will present effective non-lethal weapons and How you will benefit: tactics for combating piracy. The session will also examine the • Decide whether non-lethal options are appropriate for your advantages and disadvantages of non-lethal weapons and help circumstances you determine which methods are most appropriate for your • Discover new types of weapons and how they may improve organization. the safety of your vessels • Learn proper methods and procedures for the use of non- What will be covered: lethal weapons • Overview of the types of effective non-lethal weapons • Practical and non-traditional tactics to deter and disrupt Session Leader: Captain Joseph Ahlstrom, USMS, pirate attacks Professor, SUNY Maritime College • Current regulations and guidelines for use of weapons on board commercial vessels 11:30am – 12:00pm Lunch 12:00pm – 2:00pm Current onboard tactics Piracy Security Training Workshop This workshop will address training and security designed to How you will benefit: help mariners deter and disrupt piracy. The session will • Learn the most effective techniques for preventing piracy on provide an in-depth survey of advanced tactics coupled with board marine vessels lessons learned from recent events. • Determine whether lethal force would be effective for your organization What will be covered: • Reduce your liability with practical applications of vessel • Countermeasures, tactics, and tools for preventing piracy on security commercial vessels • Examination of lethal and non-lethal methods as well as the Session Leader: CAPT Joseph Murphy, USMS-Professor, pros and cons of each Massachusetts Maritime Academy • Training opportunities and next steps to improve vessel security 2:00pm – 4:00pm Combating the root causes of piracy Maritime Disorder Workshop This workshop will propose a framework for understanding the - For industry – what is the role of industry and how might it complex issues that lead to maritime disorder and examine the be affected or lead any initiatives? implications for governments, maritime forces and the shipping industry How you will benefit: • Develop a better understanding of the complex factors that What will be covered: contribute to maritime disorder • The factors that lead to maritime disorder • Gain insights as to how the actions of government, maritime • The complex interactions between these factors forces and industry can impact exploitation of persistent • The impact on the coastal society and the maritime domain maritime disorder by perturbed coastal societies • The options for exploitation of maritime disorder from a • Draw on your own experience and knowledge to reflect on perturbed coastal society these complex issues • The implications: - For governments – the importance of a multi-agency, cross Session Leader: Laurence Smallman, Senior Analyst, RAND disciplinary approach to establish a strategy for engagement Corporation - For maritime forces – what are the roles for maritime forces and what might be the implications for the types of vessels needed? 4:00pm End of Workshop Day Register Now! Call Andrew Drummond at 416-597-4728 or email andrew.drummond@iqpc.com 3
  4. 4. Main Summit Day Tuesday September 22, 2009 Wednesday September 23, 2009 7:30 Registration and Coffee 7:30 Registration and Coffee 8:20 Chairperson’s Welcome and Opening Remarks 8:20 Chairperson’s Welcome and Opening Remarks 8:30 Rise of Piracy and Other Maritime Insecurity in Somalia 8:30 MARAD Efforts and Current Operations to Improve the Safety and Presentation • Dangers along Somali shores Security of Maritime Transportation Presentation Keynote The legal background Keynote • • Maritime Administration action plan for addressing piracy off the Horn • The international naval response of Africa • Next steps • Reducing vessel vulnerability through increased training and standards Ambassador David Shinn, Adjunct Professor of International Affairs, • Best management practices to counter piracy George Washington University, Former US Ambassador to Ethiopia James Caponiti, Deputy Administrator, US Maritime Administration 9:15 The Global Response to Piracy 9:15 USCG Efforts to Deter Piracy and Support Stable Maritime Operations IMB Situational • The extent of piracy and armed attacks around the world including the • Developing and improving security directives for commercial vessels to numbers, hotspots and types of attacks Update deter piracy • Responses that work • The risk of arming commercial vessels and possible alternatives • The value of public private partnerships • Coast Guard regulatory authority and security directives releases • The unique situation off Somalia and responding to piracy in a failed state Dana Goward, Director, Assessment, Integration, and Risk Captain Pottengal Mukundan, Director, International Maritime Bureau Management, USCG 10:00 Networking and Refreshment Break 10:00 Networking and Refreshment Break 10:45 Victims of Piracy – The Human Side of the Crime 10:45 International Efforts to Combat Piracy • Discussion of first hand experiences with Piracy • Overcoming the legal obstacles of prosecuting piracy • What crewmembers should and should not do during a pirate attack and • Examining the benefits and challenges associated with arming when pirates are aboard commercial vessels • Ensuring hostage safety and well being John Burnett, Author of “Dangerous Waters, Modern Piracy and • The next steps for the international community Terror on the High Seas”, Director of Maritime Intelligence and RADM William Baumgartner, USCG-Judge Advocate General and Research, Maritime and Underwater Security Consultants, London Chief Counsel, US Coast Guard 11:30 NATO Maritime Component Command Operations to Deter Piracy in 11:30 Increasing the Safety and Security of Commercial Maritime Vessels the Gulf of Aden • Examining the economic impact of piracy on the shipping industry Current NATO • Safety and security advancements for commercial vessels Operations • NATO maritime operations to disrupt and deter piracy in the Gulf of Aden and off the Horn of Africa • Goals and objectives for public-private partnerships • Building partnerships for increased security in high risk areas including Nicola Arena, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mediterranean benefits of the recommended transit corridor Shipping Co. (USA), Chairman, MSC Cruises Commodore Hans Helseth, RNoR, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, NATO MCC Northwood 12:15 LUNCH 12:15 LUNCH 1:15 The Shipping Community’s Next Steps towards Deterring Piracy • Updated needs assessment for improved security capabilities 1:30 Successful Security Alternatives for Combating Piracy • How the international community can support safer maritime commerce • Paradoxes of current lethal and non-lethal tactics and how they are • Practical next steps and realistic goals for improving safety and security resolved by elite assault K9 solutions Joseph Cox, President and CEO, Chamber of Shipping of America • Critical strategies to detect-avoid-repel and deter • Elite assault K9 solutions to combating piracy 2:00 Building a Comprehensive Strategy to End Piracy in Somalia Grant Goldin, Director of Security, Seal • Bolstering political and financial support of the new Somali government • Working with International military and civil authorities to undermine 2:15 Anti-piracy Training and Its Role in Piracy Prevention and Mitigation the legitimacy of piracy • IMO model maritime security training curriculum • Tying international support for Somali economic development to • MTSA security training standards explicit anti-piracy initiatives • Advanced and non-traditional training methods Hady Amr, Director, Brookings Doha Center CAPT Jon Helmick, USMS, Chairman, MARAD/USCG MTSA 109 Committee 2:45 Networking and Refreshment Break 3:00 Networking and Refreshment Break 3:15 Public/Private Information Exchange Initiatives in the CENTCOM AOR Command Perspective 3:30 Building Public/Private Partnerships to Support Safe and Secure • MARLO support to the commercial maritime community currently Maritime Operations Navy Central in the Horn of Africa through the Arabian Gulf region • Identifying the proper roles of public and private entities • Recent changes in local port infrastructure and management in and • Realistic first steps and direction for collaboration around the Gulf of Aden • Data sharing and AIS improvement • Maintaining information exchanges between the commercial shipping CAPT Gordan Van Hook, USN (Ret.), Senior Director, Innovation and industry, naval forces, and regional governments Concept Development, Maersk Line, Limited CAPT Thomas Hastings, USCG, Officer in Charge, Maritime Liaison Office, US Naval Forces Central Command 4:15 The Legal Challenges of Piracy: Consequences for Public and Private Organizations 4:00 The Convoy Solution to Combating Piracy • Reducing the legal liability of pirate attacks • Establishing a realistic cost-benefit analysis for implementing convoys in • Overcoming challenges to prosecuting acts of piracy high risk areas • Defending against civil suits and damage claims • Utilizing unmanned aerial vehicles for more expansive military coverage H. Allen Black, III, Partner, Winston & Strawn, LLP • Building coalitions for effective convoy operations Michael O’Hanlon, Senior Fellow, Foreign Policy, Brookings 5:00 Long-Term Solutions to Combat Somali Piracy Institution Dr. James Carafano, Assistant Director, Kathryn and Shelby Cullom Davis Institute for International Studies, The Heritage Foundation 4:45 End of Main Conference 5:45 End of Day One Register Now! Call Andrew Drummond at 416-597-4728 or email andrew.drummond@iqpc.com 4
  5. 5. Sponsorship Opportunities Register by Email, Phone or Fax Why Sponsor or exhibit at IDGA’s Maritime Piracy Summit? IDGA sponsorships and exhibits are an excellent opportunity for your company to showcase its products and services to a highly targeted, senior-level military audience. IDGA helps companies achieve sales, marketing and branding objectives by setting aside a limited number of event sponsorships and exhibit spaces – all of which are custom-tailored to help your company maximize its exposure at the event and reach key decision-makers in your field. Email: andrew.drummond@iqpc.com FOR MORE INFORMATION To learn more about these and other marketing opportunities, please contact Phone: 1-416-597-4728 Andrew Drummond at 416-597-4728 or via e-mail at andrew.drummond@iqpc.com Fax: 416-598-7934, 24 hours a day Venue and Lodging Call Andrew Drummond at 416-597-4728 for updated venue information. Upcoming IDGA Events: Pricing Register & Register & Standard Military, Government & Pay by Pay by Price Academia Pricing October 2009 7/31/09 8/28/09 5th Annual Main Summit Only $799 $899 $999 TM Vessel Security Training Workshop $500 $500 $500 Register & Register & Standard Industry Pricing Pay by Pay by Price 7/31/09 8/28/09 November 2009 Main Summit Only $1,299 $1,399 $1,499 Vessel Security Training Workshop $650 $650 $650 Team Discounts* Number of Attendees Savings of: 3 to 4 10% 5 or more 15% MARITIME * Discounts apply to registrations submitted together, at the same time. Cannot be combined with any other discount. April 2010 HOMELAND MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE IN U.S. DOLLARS TO: IDGA SECURITY A $99 processing charge will be assessed to all registrations not accompanied by credit card payment at the time of registration. Summit 2010 * CT residents or people employed in the state of CT must add 6% sales tax. Sponsor Details for making payment via EFT or wire transfer: JPMorgan Chase Penton Learning Systems LLC dba IQPC: 957-097239 ABA/Routing #: 021000021 Reference: Please include the name of the attendee(s) and the event number: 18037.001 Payment Policy: Payment is due in full at the time of registration and includes lunches, refreshments, and detailed conference materials. Your registration will not be confirmed until payment is received and may be Media Partners subject to cancellation. Please contact Andrew Drummond at 416-597-4728 for cancellation, postponement and substitution policy Special Dietary Needs: If you have a dietary restriction, please contact Customer Service at 1-416-597-4728 to discuss your specific needs. ©2009 IDGA. All Rights Reserved. The format, design, content and arrangement of this brochure constitute a trademark of IDGA. Unauthorized reproduction will be actionable under the Lanham Act and common law principles. 5 Register Now! Call Andrew Drummond at 416-597-4728 or email andrew.drummond@iqpc.com
  6. 6. REGISTRATION CARD ❑ Yes, please register me for Maritime Piracy Summit TM ❑ Summit ONLY ❑ Summit plus Vessel Security Training Workshop ❑ Vessel Security Training Workshop ONLY See Page 5 for pricing details. Your customer registration code is: TLS/AD When registering, please provide the code above. Salutation/Rank________________________Name_____________________________ Job Title_______________________________________________________________ Unit/Division____________________________________________________________ Organization____________________________________________________________ Approving Manager______________________________________________________ Address_______________________________________________________________ City__________________________________State______________Zip___________ Phone________________________________Fax_______________________________ 3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER: 1 Email: andrew.drummond@iqpc.com E-mail__________________________________________________________________ 2 Phone: 1-416-597-4728 ❑ Check enclosed for $_________ (Payable to IDGA) 3 Fax: 416-598-7934, 24 hours a day ❑ Charge my __Amex __Visa __Mastercard __Diners Club Card #____________________________________Exp. Date___/___ ❑ Please keep me informed via email about this and other related events. 18037.001/D/AK Reduce your Presents: operational risk and liability! Maritime See Page 4 for Details… Piracy Speakers confirmed to present at this year’s Summit TM conference include: James Caponiti, Deputy Administrator, MARAD September 21 – 23, 2009 Ambassador David Shinn, Adjunct Professor of International Affairs, George The Georgetown University Hotel & Conference Center, Washington, DC Washington University, Former US Ambassador to Ethiopia Commodore Hans Helseth, RNoR, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations, NATO MCC Northwood Dana Goward, Director, Assessment, Integration, and Risk Management, USCG Pottengal Mukundan, Director, International Maritime Bureau Nicola Arena, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mediterranean Shipping Co. (USA), Chairman, MSC Cruises

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