The 7th Annual Summit                                                                 PLUS: Post-Conference Masterclass   ...
The 7th annual AsiaDAY ONE: WEDNESDAY, 21st MARCH 2012                                        AdVANCEd tECHNOlOGY ANd AVIA...
Pacific AVSEC 201110.20       Morning tea                                                        2.35     PANEl dISCuSSION...
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The 7th annual Asia Pacific Aviation Business Magazine AVSEC conference is a leading industry forum delivering the right platform to discuss crucial issues with policy makers, industry leaders and technology experts. Speakers include

Kelly Hoggan, Regional Director Asia Pacific/Middle East, Transport Security Administration, USA
Carolina Ramirez Taborda, Assistant Director Cargo Security and Standards, IATA, Switzerland
Dvir Rubinshtein, Aviation Security Operation Center Manager, Security Department State of Israel
Graeme Power-Hosking, Design Director, Atkins
Andrew McClumpha, Associate, Booz & Co, UK
Philip Baum, Managing Director, Green Light, UK
Paul Retter AM, Executive Director Office of Transport Security, Department of Infrastructure and Transport
Bill Paterson, Australian Ambassador for Counter-Terrorism, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Assistant Commissioner Shane Connelly, National Manager Aviation, Australian Federal Police
Steve Jackson, Head of Group Security and Facilitation, Qantas
Geoffrey Askew AM, Principal, Askew & Associates
Bill Burke, CEO, Mildura Airport

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Asia Pacific AVSEC 2012

  1. 1. The 7th Annual Summit PLUS: Post-Conference Masterclass 23rd March 2012 Engineering Predictive ProfilingHear the latest industry outlook and case studies from expert speakers including: Kelly Hoggan, Regional Director Asia Pacific/Middle East, Transport Security Administration, USA Carolina Ramirez Taborda, Assistant Director Cargo Security and Standards, IATA, Switzerland Graeme Power-Hosking, Aviation Director, Atkins Dvir Rubinshtein, Aviation Security Operation Center Manager, Security Department State of IsraelPaul Retter AM, Executive Director Office of Transport Security, Department of Infrastructure and TransportAssistant Commissioner Shane Connelly, National Manager Aviation, Australian Federal PoliceBill Paterson, Australian Ambassador for Counter-Terrorism, Department of Foreign Affairs and TradeSteve Jackson, Head of Group Security and Facilitation, QantasGary Bowden, Manager Group Security, Virgin Australia Group of Airlines Media Partners:Bill Burke, CEO, Mildura AirportGeoffrey Askew AM, Principal, Askew & Associates SECU RE O RD E R Researched and developed by: REGISTER NOW www.informa.com.au/avsec
  2. 2. The 7th annual AsiaDAY ONE: WEDNESDAY, 21st MARCH 2012 AdVANCEd tECHNOlOGY ANd AVIAtION SECuRItY 3.50 the role of intelligent surveillance and automatic8.30 Registration and welcome coffee information gathering at the airport of the future9.00 Speed networking G Identifying anomalous human actions which may indicate threats Get to know your peers right from the start in this relaxed and G Enhancing the human component of visual surveillance informal speed networking session. Bring your business cards! through the automatic merging of intelligence acquired from large multi-camera networks9.20 Opening remarks from the Chair Prof. Prasad Yarlagadda, Project Director, Airports of the Future Geoffrey Askew AM, Principal, Askew & Associates Project, Queensland University of Technology Dr Tristan Kleinschmidt, Project Officer, Airports of the FutureOutlOOk Project, Queensland University of Technology9.30 OPENING kEYNOtE SESSION Paul Retter AM, Executive Director Office of Transport Security, 4.25 ROuNdtABlE dISCuSSION Department of Infrastructure and Transport the evolving nature of aviation security – Where is the industry heading?10.05 INtERNAtIONAl kEYNOtE This interactive wrap up session will give you the chance to have leveraging security within the Asia and Middle East region an in-depth discussion about the most pressing industry issues G Encouraging better practices in air cargo security with our diverse expert panel. Kelly Hoggan, Regional Director Asia Pacific/Middle East, Assistant Commissioner Shane Connelly, National Manager Transport Security Administration, USA Aviation, Australian Federal Police Dvir Rubinshtein, Aviation Security Operation Center Manager,10.40 Morning tea Security Department State of Israel11.00 Protecting and reducing the vulnerability at our airports Ben Martin, President, Aviation Law Association & Partner, Norton G The evolving threat from terrorism White Lawyers Assistant Commissioner Shane Connelly, National Manager Steve Jackson, Head of Group Security & Facilitation, Qantas Aviation, Australian Federal Police Carolina Ramirez Taborda, Assistant Director Cargo Security and Standards, IATA, Switzerland11.35 AVSEC issues in developing countries G Current standards and procedures and how they can impact 5.25 Closing remarks from the Chair on developed nations G Emphasising the importance of last port of call inspections 5.30 Close of Day One & Networking Drinks Desmond Ross, Principal, Desmond Ross & Associates* *Subject to final confirmation DAY TWO: THURSDAY 22nd MARCH 2012IdENtIfYING tHREAtS tHROuGH INtEllIGENCE 8.30 Welcome coffee and networking12.10 kEYNOtE AddRESS 9.00 Opening remarks from the Chair How security politics in the Asia Pacific region will affect Geoffrey Askew AM, Principal, Askew & Associates international security G The present and future threat environment in the Asia HuMAN fACtORS ANd AVIAtION SECuRItY Pacific Region Bill Paterson, Australian Ambassador for Counter-Terrorism, 9.10 Incorporating behavioural analysis into the Checkpoint Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of the future The Checkpoint of the Future was discussed in detail at Asia12.45 Lunch Pacific AVSEC 2011, but the concept is fast-gaining international support and trials are now well underway. Philip Baum examinesAVSEC ANd BORdER PROtECtION how behavioural analysis can form part of the Checkpoint of the1.45 CASE StudY Future and discusses: One jump to the uSA – CBP challenges G Operational best practice G Dublin T2 experience 2010 G Calibre of behavioural analysis staff G Passenger pre-clear documentation and bag match G Training requirements for behavioural analysts G Secondary search and baggage delivery systems G Quality control and proof of concept G Risks & benefits – passenger, airline, airport Philip Baum, Managing Director, Green Light, UK Tony Middleton, Managing Director, Periploi Aviation 9.45 Supporting effective and efficient security screening through prioritised human factorsSECuRING AIR CARGO G Competing demands on security screening workforce2.20 Strengthening security of the air cargo supply chain G Prioritising human factors to improve operational effectiveness G Extending partnerships to enhance cargo security and efficiency Carolina Ramirez Taborda, Assistant Director Cargo Security and G Operationally managing workforce imperatives: Standards, IATA, Switzerland G Sustaining motivationlEGAl PERSPECtIVE G Enhancing threat detection2.55 the rights of revue against the OtS in relation to tSPs G Ensuring performance sustainability Ben Martin, President, Aviation Law Association & Partner, G Managing passenger facilitation Norton White Lawyers G Future needs and requirements3.30 Afternoon tea Andrew McClumpha, Associate, Booz & Co, UK www.informa.com.au/avsec
  3. 3. Pacific AVSEC 201110.20 Morning tea 2.35 PANEl dISCuSSION the influx of technology in aviation security: “SecuritytAkING A PROACtIVE APPROACH IN SHAPING tHE theatre” or mitigating risk?futuRE Of AVSEC G In what areas can technology reduce risk and detect threats? Where can it make the security process easier and more10.40 10 years after 9/11 – towards a targeted security risk efficient? reduction strategy G Technology and intelligence: how can we work more G Considering ‘the over-the-horizon threats’ into the next collaboratively? decade that could impact on the commercial aviation industry G Where do we need more skilled staff? G Understanding of the complexity and dynamic nature of the emerging threat Gary Bowden, Manager Group Security, Virgin Australia Group of Airlines G What are the ‘over-the-horizon’ threats we can expect to confront? Andrew McClumpha, Associate, Booz & Co, UK Steve Jackson, Head of Security and Facilitation, Qantas Prof Michael Breadmore, Associate Professor - Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS), University of Tasmania11.15 INtERNAtIONAl CASE StudY Aviation Security Operation Center in Israel 3.20 Afternoon tea G How to implement high-tech security measures and technologies? SAfEGuARdING REGIONAl AVIAtION G What is the role of the Aviation Security Operation Centre? 3.40 AIRPORt CEO fORuM G Security code system procedures Safeguarding our regional infrastructure assets G How do we manage the security information for all the G Do cost-effectiveness and security have to contradict each aircrafts, flights, crews and passengers? other? Dvir Rubinshtein, Aviation Security Operation Center Manager, G What is the best practice in hiring and retaining staff in Security Department State of Israel regional areas? G What lessons can be learned from the way security isStREAMlINING SECuRItY PROCEduRES managed at regional airports abroad?11.50 INtERNAtIONAl CASE StudY Bill Burke, CEO, Mildura Airport Creating an almost imperceptible level of safety and For further updates on the conference agenda please visit our website: www.informa.com.au/avsec security which extends into many aspects of the multi modal journey to, through and from the airport 4.40 Closing remarks from the Chair The safety and security journey through the modern airport: G What are the challenges now and in the future? 4.45 Close of conference G How does the passenger experience align to these requirements? G What are the design and operational solutions? Graeme Power-Hosking, Aviation Director, Atkins Post-Conference Masterclass 23rd March 2012 Engineering Predictive Profiling12.25 Lunch Workshop Leader: Kim Langton, Director & Managing Partner Australia, Chameleon AssociatesCYBER SECuRItY ANd tHE AVIAtION INduStRY 9.00 Introduction to the Workshop1.25 does cyber-terrorism pose a threat to critical aviation 9.10 Building a Predictive Profiling based security system infrastructure? and Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) G How should operators, businesses and regulators react to the threat? 11.00 Morning tea Dr Christopher Beggs, Director & SCADA Security Risk Specialist, 11.20 developing a threat Oriented SOP – first Step: threat Security Infrastructure Solutions and Risk Attendees will be assigned a facility (protected environment)SCREENING tECHNOlOGY & ExPlOSIVE dEtECtION for which they will describe all possible terrorist methods of operations. The threats (MOs) identified will then be analysed2.00 Advancements in explosive detection technology using a risk matrix to evaluate the ease of execution vs. the G Developing screening technology to detect inorganic, consequences of a security failure. improvised fertiliser-type explosives G Supplementing existing screening systems at ports of entry 12.30 Lunch into a country 1.30 developing a threat Oriented SOP – Second Step: Prof Michael Breadmore, Associate Professor - Countermeasures and Proactive Procedures Australian Centre for Research on Separation Science (ACROSS), Given the threats and risks identified, attendees will be asked University of Tasmania to draft proactive procedures to instruct security and non- security personnel how to detect suspicion, determine the SPONSORSHIP ANd ExHIBItION OPPORtuNItIES threat and then deploy against it. To discuss promotional opportunities through event sponsorship 4.40 Conclusion and exhibition, contact: Sarah Cullen on +61 (03) 8842 2430 or email sarah.cullen@informa.com.au 5.00 Close of workshop Please visit the website for regular updates and changes to the program. Be kept in the loop with this event via LinkedIn, Twitter, You Tube and our Blog. Full details at www.informa.com.au/avsec
  4. 4. The 7th annual Asia Pacific AVSEC 2011 21st – 22nd March 2012 | Realm Hotel Canberra3 EASY WAYS TO REGISTER STAY CONNECTED WEb www.informa.com.au/avsec LinkedIn Group www.informa.com.au/linkedin/airportavsec Telephone (+61 2) 9080 4307 – Please quote the event Twitter twitter.com/transportevents (#apacavsec) code P12M04 with your booking. blog informatransport.wordpress.com Email info@informa.com.au – Please quote the event code P12M04 with your booking. YouTube www.youtube.com/informaoz Network with leading professionals and learn from key case studies by registering yourself or your team today. Early BirD ratE StaNDarD ratEREGISTER EARLY & SAVE UP TO $200 Book & pay on or before 27/01/11 Book & pay from 28/01/11 PRICE GST TOTAL SAVE PRICE GST TOTALTwo day conference $2,195.00 $219.50 $2,414.50 $200 $2,395.00 $239.50 $2,634.50Two day conference + Masterclass $2,995.00 $299.50 $3,294.50 $200 $3,195.00 $319.50 $3,514.50Masterclass only $995 $99.50 $1094.50 $200 $1,195.00 $119.50 $1,314.50 Testimonials from Asia Pacific AVSEC 2011 Conference Venue “The conference brought me up to date with Realm Hotel Canberra industry trends and presented the opportunity to interface with my peers.” 18 National Circuit, Barton ACT 2600 CEO, Mildura Airport Phone: (02) 6163 1888 “The content, pace and environment were www.hotelrealm.com.au Use your QR Reader App on very conducive to interesting and informative your smartphone and scan discussion.” Accommodation & Travel this code to take you directly Regional Sales Manager, Smiths Detection Australia For your convenience, please access this event via our website and to the website click on the ‘Venue, Accommodation and Travel’ tab or call the Lido Group on 1800 817 339. Travel and accommodation fees are Registration Fees Include not included in the conference fees. We do not refund airfares or hotel Entrance to the relevant conference package purchased plus refreshments, expenses if the event is cancelled. lunch and online access to available presentations (five working days Privacy Policy & Updating Your Details post event). Please note: travel and accommodation is not included. Please visit us online for our full privacy policy at Dress Code www.informa.com.au/privacy. Database amendments can be sent to Smart casual wear is suggested along with a sweater or jacket in case database@informa.com.au or by calling (+61 2) 9080 4307 asking for the conference room is cool. the database department. Cancellation Policy & Substitutions Payment Terms Cancellations must be advised in writing at least 10 working days Payment must be made prior to the event or admittance will not be prior to the event. An administration fee of $550 (inc 10% GST) will be permitted. A tax invoice and confirmation letter will be emailed to the incurred for cancellations. A refund will not be given if a delegate fails to attendee upon completion of a valid registration. Payment may be made attend or cancels within 10 working days prior to the event. by EFT, cheque or credit card. Credit card payments will not be accepted Fully paid delegates unable to attend will be provided with on line by email or fax and must be made via our secure credit card gateway. access to speaker presentations post event. Substitutions can be made Please reference the Event Code below when making your at any time before the event without penalty. Informa reserves the right booking. to cancel, alter the content and/or speakers on any program. Paid registration fees will be fully refunded for cancelled events. A.B.N. 66 086 268 313 REGISTER ONLINE via our secure server www.informa.com.au/avsec SE CUR E O R DE R REGISTER NOW EVENT CODE P12M04WEBPDF

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