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S 003 Transport Security


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SMi proudly present their inaugural Transport Security event to be held in London on Monday 13th & Tuesday 14th February 2012. Building on the success of the SMi security portfolio, this launch event will take a global perspective on all key issues surrounding transport security from security and protection of people and cargo at airports to maintaining security over the entire transport network for major international events.

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S 003 Transport Security

  1. 1. EARLY BIRD BOOK BY OCTOBER 31ST SAVE £300 DISCOUNTS BOOK BY NOVEMBER 30TH SAVE £100 sents it’s SMi pre ansport al Trinaugur ent - part evSecurity xpanding e of SMi’s ent Security Ev Portfolio • ANALYSE transport security for major KEY SPEAKERS INCLUDE: events through case study presentations for Stephen Thomas QPM, Assistant Chief Constable, Operations, the London 2012 Olympics & UEFA EURO British Transport Police 2012 • LEARN from key note presenters in Aurelio Rojo Garrido, General Secretary, dedicated sessions for each industry sector ALAMYS • COMPARE and contrast the sessions and Dvir Rubinshtein, Aviation Security Operation Center Manager, implement lessons in to your business Security Department, State of Israel • STUDY hot topics surrounding aviation security Alan Pacey, Assistant Chief Constable, • DEVELOP a comprehensive overview of British Transport Police public transport network security Christian Dupont, Deputy Head of Unit, DG MOVE, • UPDATE your understanding of maritime EU Commission security and international cooperation Commander Stein Olav Hagalid, Branch Head, Exercise Rolling Defence • EXAMINE cargo and road haulage security strategy NCAGS/NATO Shipping Centre Tony Smith, SRO – Olympics Programme Management Office, UK Border Agency Home Office Lieutenant Commander Zachary Koehler, International Port Monday 13th & tuesday 14th February 2012 Security Liaison Officer, US Coast Guard Copthorne tara hotel, london Tadeusz Kaczmarek, Director of International Cooperation Office, HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP PKP Polskie Linie kolejowe S.A Wednesday 15th February 2012 9.00am – 12.30pm Mike Fazackerley, Group Security Director, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London Manchester Airport Roberto Mugavero, President, Osdife - Observatory on Security and CBRNe Defence Workshop leader: Florin-Marius Dumitru, Chief Commissioner, Romanian Ministry Charlie Swanson, Owner, STC of Administration and Interior Andy Blackwell, Head of Aviation Security, Virgin Atlantic Airways Ally Shearer, Manager, Border Security & Facilitation Corporate Security & Resilience, Virgin Atlantic AirwaysRegister online or alternatively fax your registration to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 BOOK BY OCTOBER 31ST SAVE £300 I BOOK BY NOVEMBER 30TH SAVE £100
  2. 2. 8.30 SESSION 2: MARITIME SECURITYRegistration & Coffee 13.309.00 Reducing Vulnerability through Multi-National CollaborationChairmans Opening Remarks • Overview of the coalition forces Mike McBride, Consultant Editor, Police and Homeland • Conduct of Operations Security, IHS Jane’s • Guidance and advice to the shipping community • The “See-and-Avoid” principle as third line of operation – enhancing SESSION 1: TRANSPORT SECURITY FOR Merchant Situational Awareness. MAJOR INTERNATIONAL EVENTS • Utilising Best Management Practices (BMPs) and the effectiveness of implementation9.10 Commander Stein Olav Hagalid, Branch Head,Providing A Secure Transport Network For The London 2012 Games NCAGS/NATO Shipping Centre• Transport security challenges for 2012• Preparations for securing Londons public transport networks 14.10• BTP’s 2012 Games security operation Port Security – EU strategy review Stephen Thomas QPM, Assistant Chief Constable, Operations, • SOLAS conventions and ISPS code British Transport Police • Future of EU policy • Co-operation between EU, NATO, UN and USA9.50 Christian Dupont, Deputy Head of Unit, DG MOVE,CASE STUDY: Inbound accreditation process: London 2012 Olympics EU Commission• Preparing operations for increased inbound human traffic transpor• Upgrading technology at ports of entry 14.50day one I Monday 13th February 2012• Use of biometrics The U.S Coast Guard as global partners in Port Security initiatives• Legacy of procedure • The US Coast Guard and the ISPS code Tony Smith, SRO – Olympics Programme Management Office, • Future planning and strategy UK Border Agency Home Office • Secure and profitable cooperation Lieutenant Commander Zachary Koehler, International Port10.20 Security Liaison Officer, US Coast GuardMorning Coffee 15.3010.40 Afternoon TeaTransport Security at the FIFA World Cup• Strategy for Brazil 2014 SESSION 3: CARGO & SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY• Lessons learned from South Africa 2010• Learning to be a first time host 15.50• Adapting to hosting increased numbers of travellers across the Dealing with Cable Theft transportation network • The increasing problem of cable theft Chris Eaton, Head of Security, FIFA • Hotspots on the network that prove vulnerable • Preventative measures11.20 • Future policyPreparations of PKP Polskie Linie kolejowe S.A. and Poland to Alan Pacey, Assistant Chief Constable,maintain rail security during hosting of UEFA EURO 2012. British Transport Police• PKP overview• Preparations undertaken to prepare for Euro 2012 hosting 16.30• New stations, new lines, new security strategies Securing the International Supply Chain• Lessons learned from other countries • Supply chain security overview• Legacy • The TAPA collective Tadeusz Kaczmarek, Director of International Cooperation • Co-operation and co-strategising Office, PKP Polskie Linie kolejowe S.A David Reid, Vice Chairman, TAPA EMEA12.00 Register online at • Alternatively fax your registration to +44Brazilian Security Preparations for Major Event hosting 17.10• Brazils preparations for major events with respect to the network Secure road haulage of goods across nations – adapting to local transport and security procedures regulations• Brazilian Logistics and its key processes of Security (security modes • Current commercial security regimes. in logistics) • Current government regimes and their interactions.• Port Security and ISPS Code / Case Brazil • Gaps, strengths and weaknesses.• Preparations for the security of the Brazilian World Cup and • Future scope. Olympics • Future focus. Anderson Fagundes da Silva, Port Facility Security Peter Cullum, Head of International Affairs, Coordinator, Port of Santos Road Haulage Association12.30 17.50Networking Lunch Chairmans Closing Remarks and Close of Day OneSupported by
  3. 3. 8.30 13.10 Registration & Coffee Networking Lunch 9.00 SESSION 6: PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION NETWORK SECURITY Chairmans Opening Remarks Mike McBride, Consultant Editor, Police and Homeland Security, 14.10 IHS Jane’s Security analysis in metros belonging to ALAMYS SESSION 4: AVIATION SECURITY • Metro de Madrid case study • Analysis of the metro systems of ALAMYS 9.10 • Safety & security conclusions of ALAMYS forum Assessing Threats and Managing Emerging Risks – Virgin Atlantic’s Aurelio Rojo Garrido, General Secretary, Viewpoint ALAMYS • Identifying the real potential risks to aviation security from the high volume of threats which are currently out there 14.50 • How Virgin Atlantic takes steps to manage those risks and what are Overall approach to security management and emergency the challenges in doing so preparedness • Future thinking – how and why Virgin Atlantic is embracing the move towards Outcome Focussed Risk Based Security • Overview Andy Blackwell, Head of Aviation Security, • European Case Study analysis Virgin Atlantic Airways • COUNTERACT (FP6) Ally Shearer, Manager, Border Security & Facilitation Corporate • SECUR-ED (FP7, demonstration project). Security & Resilience, Virgin Atlantic Airways Gilad Rafaeli, Vice President, MTRS3 9.50 Paul Abbott, Managing customer, staff & regulator responses to the introduction of MTRS3t security new technologies into the security process • The potential benefits of introducing new technology into the security process day two I tuesday 14th February 2012 15.30 • Considering and managing the customer response • Keeping staff on your side Security Risks related with different types of transport and trends • What the regulators look for and how to satisfy their needs • Theoretical major event case study • Press & PR considerations • Related risks with transportation Mike Fazackerley, Group Security Director, • Starting points in transport risk management - Graph analysis and Manchester Airport Mass behavior Florin-Marius Dumitru, Chief Commissioner, Romanian 10.30 Ministry of Administration and Interior In and outbound aviation security strategy • How to Implement High-Tech Security Measures and Technologies? 16.10 • What is the role of the Aviation Security Operation Centre during 24/7? Afternoon Tea • The Security Code System – managing security information for all the aircrafts, flights, crews and passengers SESSION 7: COUNTER TERROR Dvir Rubinshtein, Aviation Security Operation Center Manager, Security Department, State of Israel 16.30 11.10 Implementation of Project Griffin initiative Morning Coffee • Overview of Project Griffin • Primary mission – engage and encourage public/police partnership 10.50 • Deterrence, detection and countering of terrorist/criminal activities Countering Security threats to Civil Aviation • Success of London initiative and adoption across the UK • Overview of the ECA • Implementation strategies for overseas • Insight and input of 38,000 pilots • Safety concerns and strategies Ian Mansfield, Counter Terrorism Security Adviser, City of London Police Martin Drake, Chairman, Security Group, ECA 17.10 12.00 Public/Private Partnership against CBRN Threat in Mass Transport Ensuring effective and efficient passenger and staff screening at Security aviation security screening checkpoints • Presence of strong emerging challenges related to CBRN threat in • The requirement to achieve effective and efficient staff and passenger crowded/mass transport places; screening • Importance of human factor in preparedness-mitigation and • The impact of balancing operational, organisational, and human factor response phases in case of natural/accidental/intentional CBRN aspects • Requirements to sustain and maintain standards of detection and events; • Needs to implement strategies, with a holistic, comprehensive and4 (0) 870 9090 712 or call +44 (0) 870 9090 711 • GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE deterrence • Future challenges and needs integrated approach, to create a homogeneous and collaborative Andrew McClumpha, Associate, environment involving both institutional entities and private actors Booz&Co so to create a broad and integrated network system; • Opportunity to have a special support provided by enterprises, SESSION 5: IDENTITY MANIPULATION employees workers, on place, during the different emergency cycle phases; 12.30 • Opportunity to have a significant contribution given by the operators Manipulating identity to evade detection of affected facilities, especially in the initial phase of the event, in • What is ‘identity’? • How trusted are the ‘trusted credentials’ we rely on? order to mitigate effectively the severity of the damage product. • Exploring strengths and weaknesses in existing systems Roberto Mugavero, President, Osdife - Observatory on • Emerging risks in identity abuse Security and CBRNe Defence • How identity manipulation can affect transport security Gareth Evans, Adviser, UK Police Service, 17.50 ACPO TAM Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Conference
  4. 4. Exercise Rolling Defence HALF-DAY POST-CONFERENCE WORKSHOP Wednesday 15th February 2012 9.00am – 12.30pm Copthorne Tara Hotel, LondonHOSTED BY: Security Training Consultancy (STC)Overview of workshopExercise Rolling Defence is an interactiveworkshop aimed at all personnel currently, orabout to work in the supply chain. The workshopwill consist of a number of interlinked scenarioswhich are dynamic and challenging for allinvolved. Delegates will be divided into groups,and will be presented with a terrorism threatwhich will evolve throughout the workshop,culminating in a powerful ending to the morning.Why you should attendThe workshop will benefit all those involvedin logistics; either by land, air or sea. In particularit will be a major advantage to all securitymanagers or those with a managerialresponsibility to protect their particularlogistics assets from the threat of terrorism.This is an opportunity to become involved inwhat may be required in the management ofa terrorist attack against the supply chain; andwill offer delegates the opportunity to have aninsight into areas of the supply chain whichmay not necessarily sit comfortably with them.Programme9.00 Introductions9.30 Phase 1-Briefing10.00 Phase 2-The search10.30 Morning Coffee11.00 Phase 3-Decisions11.30 Phase 4-Right or wrong?12.00 De briefAbout the workshop hostCharlie Swanson MSc FSyi SIRM has beeninvolved in supply chain security for almost twentyyears, and has similarly been involved inoperations and training globally at all levels.Charlie is a former Royal Military Policeman,holding an MSc in Security Management, andcurrently reading for an MLitt in TerrorismStudies at St Andrews University.About the organisationCharlie is the owner of Security TrainingConsultancy (STC), offering training andconsultancy in all matters relating to securityand risk.
  5. 5. SECURITY FORWARD PLANNER Cyber Security Asia 9th & 10th November Singapore Border Security Asia Pacific 30th & 31st January 2012 Singapore Transport Security 13th & 14th February 2012 London, UK CBRN-E Asia Pacific 22nd & 23rd February 2012 Singapore Border Security 29th February & 1st March 2012 London, UKSMi offer sponsorship, exhibition, advertisingand branding packages, uniquely tailored toSPONSORSHIP AND EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIEScomplement your companys marketingstrategy. Prime networking opportunities existto entertain, enhance and expand your clientbase within the context of an independentdiscussion specific to your industry. Should youwish to join the increasing number ofcompanies benefiting from sponsoring ourconferences please call: Alia Malick,SMi Sponsorship on (0)20 7827 6168 or Are you interested in promoting your securityservices to a targeted industry sector? SMi offer tailored marketing packages so that your association / publication can gain access to a global market and key decision makers in transport security and logistics. Contact Cheryl Chan, SMi Marketing on +44 (0) 20 7827 6066 or email:
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TRANSPORT SECURITY 4 WAYS TO REGISTER ONLINE at www.transportsec.comFAX your booking form to +44 (0) 870 9090 712 POST your booking form to: Events Team, SMi Group Ltd, Great Guildford EARLY BIRD CONFERENCE PRICES Conference: Monday 13th & Tuesday 14th February 2012, Copthorne Tara Hotel, London Workshop: Wednesday 15th February 2012PHONE on +44 (0) 870 9090 711 DISCOUNT Business Square, 30 Great Guildford Street London, SE1 0HS, UKDELEGATE DETAILS Book by October 31st and save £300 off conference price Book by November 30th and save £100 off conference price I would like to attend: (Please tick as appropriate) Fee TOTAL VENUE Copthorne Tara Hotel, Scarsdale Place, Kensington, London, W8 5SR. □ Conference & Interactive Workshop £1498.00 +VAT £1797.60 □ Conference only £899.00 +VAT £1078.80 □ Interactive Workshop £599.00 +VAT £718.80Unique Reference NumberOur Reference COMMERCIAL ORGANISATIONS □ Conference & Interactive Workshop £1998.00 +VAT £2397.60 DOCUMENTATION □ Conference only £1399.00 +VAT £1678.80 GROUP DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE □ Interactive Workshop £599.00 +VAT £718.80Title: Forename: PROMOTIONAL LITERATURE DISTRIBUTIONSurname: □ Distribution of your company’s promotional literature to all conference attendees £999.00 +VATJob Title: PAYMENTDepartment/Division: □ Please contact me to book my hotel The conference fee includes refreshments, lunch, conference papers and access to theCompany/Organisation:Please complete fully and clearly in capital letters. 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