10th Anniversary
Port & Maritime Security Summit 2013
www.informa.com.au/portmaritimesecurity
Day One – Monday 29 July 201...
10th Anniversary
Port & Maritime Security Summit 2013
www.informa.com.au/portmaritimesecurity
INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY
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10th Anniversary
Port & Maritime Security Summit 2013
www.informa.com.au/portmaritimesecurity
4.30 Law enforcement in the ...
10th Anniversary
Port & Maritime Security Summit 2013
www.informa.com.au/portmaritimesecurity
OFFSHORE SECURITY
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Port & maritime security 2013 agenda

  1. 1. 10th Anniversary Port & Maritime Security Summit 2013 www.informa.com.au/portmaritimesecurity Day One – Monday 29 July 2013 8.30 Registration and welcome coffee 9.00 Speed Networking Get to know your peers right from the start in this relaxed and informal speed networking session. Bring your business cards! 9.20 Opening remarks from the Chair Susan Fryda-Blackwell, Executive Officer, Ports Australia OPENING KEYNOTE SESSION 9.30 Safeguarding Australia’s maritime environment  Current maritime security issues  Maritime stability and security in the Asia-Pacific region Vice Admiral Ray Griggs AO CSC RAN, Chief, Royal Australian Navy 10.00 Border protection reform and civil maritime security  Reform and modernisation of Australia’s border protection to enhance national security and economic prosperity  Implications for contemporary and future civil maritime security arrangements Nigel Perry CSC, National Director Maritime, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service 10.30 Australia’s current security environment  What are the real security threats and risks facing Australia and the world?  How prepared and resilient is Australia against emerging threats?  What role does maritime play in the total security spectrum? Dr Alexey D Muraviev, Head of the Department of Social Sciences and International Studies, Curtin University 11.00 Morning tea and networking MARITIME & TRANSPORT SECURITY 11.30 Working in partnership with industry to help protect Australia’s maritime transport sector  Drivers of change in transport security policy settings in Australia  How industry can engage in ongoing improvements to the maritime transport security framework  Voluntary reporting: What’s in it for industry participants and the regulator Steve Dreezer, General Manager Maritime Identity and Surface Security, Office of Transport Security, Department of Infrastructure and Transport 12.00 The security of critical transport infrastructure: Building a safer, more disaster resilient Victoria  Promoting and driving organisational preparedness for high-impact security risks and emergencies within the critical transport infrastructure  Preparing, responding and recovering from emergency situations  Working with government, industry sectors and community stakeholders Tony Pearce, Executive Director, Emergency Risk and Resilience Department of Transport, Planning and Local Infrastructure
  2. 2. 10th Anniversary Port & Maritime Security Summit 2013 www.informa.com.au/portmaritimesecurity INTERNATIONAL CASE STUDY 12.30 The evolving maritime security architecture post Mumbai terror attacks: Evaluating the tools, techniques and technology applied  The paradigm shift in the region’s maritime security architecture  New approaches to coastal and oceanic security  Impact on stakeholders: Governments, navies, flag states, international associations, ship owners and security solution providers  Examining the adequacy of measures for shoring up maritime safety and security globally Commodore R.S. Vasan (Rtd), Head of Strategy and Security, Centre for Asia Studies, India 1.00 Lunch and networking PORT & TERMINAL SECURITY 2.00 Security services and port development  Security outcomes commensurate to the risk  Security implications of port expansion  Security technology  Consultation, cooperation and collaboration Steven Sullivan, General Manager Security, Safety and Emergency Management, Port of Melbourne Corporation CASE STUDY 2.30 Port of Brisbane: A preventative maritime security regime  Maritime security from 2002  A port wide layered security approach  A port security system targeting value added services  Future planning and innovation Chris Ham, Senior Security Coordinator, Port of Brisbane 3.00 Security challenges experienced by Australia’s northwest  Security implications of the growth in tourism and oil & gas support  The cost of retaining security personnel  Base porting air and sea surveillance forces  Connecting government and industry in remote area security preparedness Captain Vic Justice, CEO & Harbour Master, Broome Port Authority 3.30 Afternoon tea and networking 4.00 Container terminal security: Integrating security and stevedoring operations  Asciano port security overview  What are the risks?  How does it work: Systems Integration Stephen Kelson, Group Commercial Risk Manager, Asciano
  3. 3. 10th Anniversary Port & Maritime Security Summit 2013 www.informa.com.au/portmaritimesecurity 4.30 Law enforcement in the Victorian maritime environment SPOTLIGHT: TRIDENT TASK FORCE  The role of state police services in combating organised crime  Crime in the wider maritime environment and port security arrangements  Working across agencies Detective Superintendent Gerry Ryan & Detective Inspector Anthony Silva, Trident Task Force, Victorian Police Force SOCIAL MEDIA 5.00 The potential of social media as a crisis and security communication tool  How has social media impacting on the security of major public events?  Working on-site with media, law enforcement, government and security industry sectors  Monitoring social media channels for signs of a crisis  Activating a crisis communication plan  Examples from the transport industry and lessons learnt Allan Briggs, Managing Director, Briggs Communications 5.30 Close of Day One 6.30-10.30pm - Port & Maritime Security 2013 Dinner at Bottega Restaurant, Melbourne Take the opportunity to relax and network with industry peers at this social highlight! Day Two – Tuesday 30 July 2013 9.00 Opening remarks from the Chair Susan Fryda-Blackwell, Executive Officer, Ports Australia CRIME PREVENTION 9.10 Strategies and legislation to counter terrorism and cargo-related crime  Measures to address organised crime at the waterfront Iain Anderson, First Assistant Secretary, Criminal Justice Division, Attorney-General’s Department CYBERSECURITY 9.40 Trends in cyber crime & security David Campbell, Director, CERT Australia 10.10 Responding to terrorism and cyber threat: An aviation perspective 10.40 Morning tea SHIPPING SECURITY 11.00 Security as a business imperative  Security as a whole of organisation priority  Improving security through investment in training and technology  The cost of risk: Ensuring the protection of ships, cargo and personnel  Security risks and current threats to shipping
  4. 4. 10th Anniversary Port & Maritime Security Summit 2013 www.informa.com.au/portmaritimesecurity OFFSHORE SECURITY 11.30 Old threats and new challenges: Securing offshore oil and gas facilities in Australia Kevin Buckley, Manager Security and Emergency Response, Inpex 12.00 Securing offshore assets  Offshore facility security planning and management  Security culture  Access control and methods for facility, information, equipment, and personnel Lachlan Simpkins, ISPS Superintendent, Wheatstone Project LNG Plant, Bechtel MASS PASSENGER VESSEL SECURITY 12.30 Updates to cruise passenger terminal capacity and security  Project review: White Bay Cruise Terminal  The role of consultation with customers, local government, regulators and service providers  Managing the media and community spotlight: Impact of public and passenger perceptions of security levels for tourism  Planning the security of major public events Saskia Starr, Port Security and Traffic Safety Manager, Sydney Ports Corporation 1.00 PANEL DISCUSSION: Creating a safe traveling environment for passengers  Adapting security practices to the evolving nature of terrorism: What are the trends in security?  Technological initiatives for security improvements  Raising training and evaluation standards for security personnel at embarkation and onboard ships  The relationship between ports, police and government bodies PANELISTS: Saskia Starr, Port Security and Traffic Safety Manager, Sydney Ports Corporation Captain Vic Justice, CEO & Harbour Master, Broome Port Authority Steven Sullivan, General Manager Security, Safety and Emergency Management, Port of Melbourne Corporation 1.30 Lunch and close of conference 2.00 -3.30 Boat tour of the Port of Melbourne Hosted by Port of Melbourne Corporation, the boat tour will offer a unique perspective on the security, safety and emergency management arrangements for Australasia’s largest container and general cargo port. Attendees will be transferred to and from the Hilton on the Park and the boat.

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