Security & Resilience Network Calendar 2009

917 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
917
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
3
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Security & Resilience Network Calendar 2009

  1. 1. January_________________________________________  Lessons from 9/11 & 7/7 for a Safer Mumbai Following the terrorist attacks of 26/11 in Mumbai, London First led a senior delegation of security experts to Mumbai. The team included Richard Barnes, Deputy Mayor of London and Chair of the Independent Report into the Terrorist Attacks of 7/7, and Emily Landis Walker, 9/11 Commission. Keynote speakers from India included the Home Affairs Minister of the Government of Maharashtra, and Director General of Police, Maharashtra. February_________________________________________  Resilient 2012 and beyond The Olympic safety challenge in partnership with the London Business Network. Keynote speakers included: Admiral Lord West, Minister for Security, Home Office; Charles Farr, Director General, Office for Security and Counter Terrorism (OSCT), Home Office; Andy Amery, Head of Security, London 2012; Stephen Cooper, Director of Security, Olympic Delivery Authority, (Host: KPMG, February 4 2008) March_________________________________________  Business Policing Model Project Briefing – Victoria Zone: London First in partnership with the City of London Police, MPS, BT, Lloyd’s of London, UBS, London Bridge Business Improvement District and the London Investment Banking Association (LIBA), is conducting year-long project to identify the most effective business policing model led by government policing adviser Professor Martin Innes and keynoted by MPS Commander Rod Jarman. (Host: Hesperia Hotel and the Victoria Partnership, March 5 2009)  Greenwich Peninsula Security Planning – Olympic Briefing: London First security planning meeting bringing together all of the Greenwich Peninsula stakeholders for a briefing with Dr. Peter Ryan, Security Adviser to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), and Andy Amery, Head of Security, LOCOG (Host: The O2 Arena, 10th March)  Crisis Response: Expert speakers from industry, police and civil society (including Deputy Mayor and 7/7 Committee Chair, Richard Barnes, 9/11 Commission staffer Emily Walker and Andy Williams of Marriott Hotels) share their experiences around responding, managing and recovering from a range of emergency scenarios (Host: Marriott County Hall, March 19 2009)
  2. 2.  G20 London Summit Briefing: A briefing for businesses on the upcoming G20 Summit in London and possible measures to plan for ‘G20 week’ with MPS CO11 head Chief Supt. Ian Thomas and City of London Police Assistant Commissioner Frank Armstrong (Host: Westminster Kingsway College, March 24th)  Metropolitan Police, Leadership Lecture: The first in a monthly series of Leadership Lectures with Nicholas Proto, Global Head of Investigations, Federal Reserve Bank of New York. Followed by drinks and networking at the Orbit Lounge. Organised with the Metropolitan Police’s Leadership Academy (Host: Metropolitan Police, 26th March) April _________________________________________  Business Policing Model Project – City Launch: Briefing for businesses in the Liverpool Street/Broadgate) area of Business Policing Model project to identify most effective policing method in business communities with keynote by City Police Commissioner Mike Bowron (Host: Project sponsor UBS, 8 April 2009)  CONTEST Briefing: A briefing on the Government’s revised Counter Terrorism Strategy (known as CONTEST) by Charles Farr, Director General, Office for Security and Counter Terrorism (OSCT), Home Office (Host: The British Museum, 17th April)  Public Transport Safety: ‘Public Transport Safety: Examining the scope of public/private sector partnership to deliver reassurance and public transport safety’. The audience will hear on the roll out of safer transport and counter-terror measures and discuss whether there can be better business/employer linkages to initiatives such as Shop Watch (currently at Victoria and Waterloo), BTP Special Constables, CCTV and major incident coordination. Keynoted by British Transport Police Chief Constable Ian Johnston QPM and TFL’s Enforcement and Policing team director Steve Burton ( Host: The Policy Exchange, 27th April)  Metropolitan Police, Leadership Lecture: ‘Transformation and Changing Public Perception’ with David Campbell, President and CEO of AEG Europe. David will discuss the transformation of The O2, from white elephant to the world’s most popular music arena (Host: The O2 Arena, 29st April)  Business Policing Model Project – MPS area Launch:
  3. 3. Briefing for businesses in the London Bridge area of Business Policing Model project to identify most effective policing method in business communities with keynote by DAC Rod Jarman (Host: Hewitt’s in partnership with project sponsor Team London Bridge BID, 30th April 2009) May_________________________________________  Insuring against terrorism: Working group to agree the final draft of ‘Counting the Cost’ Guidance Booklet on risk management, insurance and protective counter terrorism measures, developed with NaCTSO, London First and its members. (Host: London First, 27th May 2009)  Metropolitan Police Leadership Lecture: ‘Decision Making in a Crisis’ with Lt Col (Rtd) Nicholas Henderson. Nick’s lecture will focus on decision making, both strategic, as well as operational decisions, and their impact when implemented. How to make the right decisions and what these decisions entail - responsibility and accountability for your actions, and the actions of subordinates. Nick will use as a backdrop to the lecture the rescue operation of SAS personnel that he coordinated in Basra City, Iraq, in September of 2005 (Host: Metropolitan Police, 28th May, 17.00-19.00) June_________________________________________  Home Office Review – Protecting Crowded Places – Business Response: Chaired by London First, employers meet to formulate the business response to the Home Office Crowded Places Consultation (Host: London First, 2nd June 2009)  Information Security: How businesses can build resilience against cyber criminals, cyber terror and insider threats, Colin Cowan, Head of Economic Crime, City of London Police; Hagai Segal, New York University; William Beer, Head of Information Security, PWC (Host: PWC, 18th June 2009)  Police Business Advisory Group: By invitation only. Attended by the Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Tim Godwin, Commissioner of the City of London Police, Mike Bowron, and business sector leaders to oversee and discuss business crime and policing initiative (24thJune 2009, Host TBC)
  4. 4.  Metropolitan Police Leadership Lecture: ‘Taking the Brand Global’ with Peter Kenyon, Chief Executive, Chelsea Football Club. (Host: Chelsea Football Club, 24th June)  Global Terrorism Briefing for CEOs with Jonathan Evans, Director General, of the UK's domestic security and counter-intelligence service MI5, and Assistant Commissioner John Yates, Metropolitan Police Service. Senior government officials brief CEO’s on the current London threat level (Host: Jones Lang LaSalle, 30th June) July_________________________________________  Lessons from 9/11, 7/7 and 26/11 for Safer Cities: in partnership with Bombay First. On the eve of the fourth anniversary of 7/7, Lessons learned and best practice will be shared between London, New York and Mumbai. Speakers included: Sir David Veness, former UN Undersecretary for Security; Joseph Demarest Jr., Assistant Director of the FBI and Head of the FBI Field Office in New York; Assistant Commissioner John Yates; Commissioner Mike Bowron; Charles Farr, DG, OSCT, Home Office; Richard Barnes, Deputy Mayor of London; Narinder Nayer, Chairman, Bombay First; Vikram Oberoi, Joint MD, Oberoi Hotel Group (July 6th 2009, The May Fair Hotel)  Building Resilience Against Domestic Extremism: The National Extremism and Tactical Co-ordination Unit and National Public Order Intelligence Unit lead discussions on threats, methods and mitigation measures in areas of domestic extremism (Host: UBS Bank, 8th July)  Mexican Security Ministry visit to London – House of Lords Dinner – Hosted by McBains Cooper st (21 July)  Technology Den: Business Resilience – pandemic, security threats - a continued challenge with emerging threats: Managing threat assessments, incident management and crisis communications in the face of major events affecting building access and operations, and people wellbeing can highly challenging. This event will enable peers to debate the key issues and then have leading vendors speed pitching ‘Technology Den’ style the solutions that are out there (Host: LexisNexis, July 23rd 2009)
  5. 5. September_________________________________________ Project Argus Hotels Thursday September 10th 2009 Admiral Lord West of Spithead, Parliamentary Undersecretary for Security & Counter Terrorism will deliver the keynote address at this special event for hotel general managers and security directors. Project Argus Hotels will take you through a simulated terrorist attack identifying the measures to take for preventing, handling and recovering from a terrorist attack to a hotel. Other key speakers include:  DCI Chris Phillips, Head of National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO)  Richard Flynn of NaCTSO  The Hon. Michael Chertoff, Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security (2005- 2009) Host: Grosvenor House Hotel Dinner Lecture: The Hon. Michael Chertoff Thursday September 10th 2009 Co-hosted by The Policy Exchange, The Hon. Michael Chertoff, Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security (2005-2009) will deliver a dinner address to mark the launch his recent book. ‘Homeland Security: Assessing the First Five Years’. Followed by discussion. Host: The Garrick Club October___________________________________________ Working together to Secure 2012 and beyond... Friday October 2nd 2009 Co-hosted by the Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC). Sir David Veness, former Chair of the Olympic Advisory Group and Melissa Foynes, Deputy Regional Security Officer, US Embassy in London, open a discussion on Olympic Security. The discussion will be followed by the live announcement of the 2016 Olympic Host City, drinks and networking. Sponsored by: Smiths Detection Host: Quintessentially Soho Metropolitan Police Leadership Lecture with General Sir Mike Jackson, GCB, CBE, DSO, DL Wednesday October 21st 2009 Deputy Commissioner Tim Godwin will introduce guest lecturer General Sir Mike Jackson, who will discuss the unique challenges and leadership lessons learned during a lifetime of military service culminating in his leadership of the British Army as Chief of the General Staff. Host: PA Consulting
  6. 6. Security Specialists Seminar and Champagne Reception Wednesday October 21st 2009 Hosted by ISS Pegasus at Goldman Sachs the Security Specialists Seminar will discuss threats from terrorism, IED’s and the suicide threat and kidnap and ransom. The event will be followed by networking with champagne and canapés. Speakers include:  Ben Dyer, Office of Global Security, Goldman Sachs  Detective Superintendent Chris Greany, Head of Counter Terrorism, City of London Police  Former Flying Squad Detective Superintendent Barry Phillips Host: Goldman Sachs November_________________________________________ Business Policing Conference 4th November 2009 A one day conference organised by London First and the City of London Police Through the course of the day the conference will examine the areas of Economic Crime, Counter Terrorism, Business Continuity and Security Awareness, and has been organised to help promote our recent research programme known as the Business Policing Model. Speakers include:  Thomas Mirrow, President, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)  Commissioner of the City of London Police, Mike Bowron QPM  Sir David Veness, Honorary Chairman of London First Security and Policing Advisory Board and former Undersecretary General for Safety and Security, United Nations  Emily Landis Walker, London First Security and Policing Advisory Board Member & 9/11 Commission  Chris Humphries, Serious and Organised Crime Agency (SOCA)  Chris Phillips, Head, National Counter Terror Security Office (NaCTSO)  John Wilson, National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit (NETCU)  Hagai Segal, Counter Terrorism Analyst & London First Security and Policing Advisory Board Member Host: EBRD
  7. 7. Police Business Advisory Group November 2009 By invitation only. Attended by the Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Tim Godwin, Commissioner of the City of London Police, Mike Bowron, and business sector leaders to oversee and discuss business crime and policing initiative Host: TBC Mumbai-One Year On November 2009 London First will be coordinating a major counter terror conference with our sister organisation Bombay First, and taking a delegation, headed by:  Richard Barnes, Deputy Mayor of London  The Hon. Michael Chertoff, Secretary of the US Department of Homeland Security (2005- 2009)  Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson, Commissioner of the Metropolis  Sir David Veness, Chair of London First’s Security & Policing Advisory Board  Don Randall, Chairman Sister Banks, and London First Advisory Board Member  Emily Landis Walker, 9/11 Commission and London First Advisory Board Member  Hagai Segal, Lecturer at New York University in London and London First Advisory Board Member The conference will address leading industrial, police and political decision-makers in Mumbai, India, and will include 9/11 and 7/7 review leaders. Host: Oberoi Hotel Group, Mumbai, India Metropolitan Police Leadership Lecture Wednesday November 25th, 2009 With Rory Sutherland, Vice-Chairman and Creative Director, Ogilvy Group UK Host: Ogilvy
  8. 8. January _________________________________________________ Police Business Advisory Group Tuesday 12 January 2010 By invitation only. Hosted by the Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Tim Godwin, at New Scotland Yard. Participants include the Chief Constable of the British Transport Police, Andrew Trotter, and Commissioner of the City of London Police, Mike Bowron, and business sector leaders who meet to oversee and discuss business crime and policing initiatives. Host: New Scotland Yard February___________________________________________ The Role of Business in Combating Serious and Organised Crime Monday 22 February 2010 A briefing on the threats of Serious Organised Crime and the European tools to combat them and the development of European security architecture with:  Rob Wainwright, Director, Europol Host: The Hilton Metropole March __________________________________________________ Lothian & Borders Police Business Engagement Conference Thursday 4 March 2010 London First will again be supporting the Lothian and Borders Police in their second Business Engagement week. The themes of the full day conference will include Counter Terrorism and Business Engagement. Speakers will include:  The Rt Hon Elish Angiolini QC, Lord Advocate, Scottish Government  Kenny MacAskill, Cabinet Secretary for Justice, Scottish Government  Professor Max Taylor, St Andrew’s Centre for the Study of Terrorism & Political Violence Host: The Signet Library, The Royal Mile, Edinburgh
  9. 9. 2012 Olympic Sponsors Consultation Tuesday 23 March 2010 By invitation only. London First invite the Heads of Security for all of the 2012 Olympic Sponsors for a roundtable discussion on security measures for sponsors concentrating on the unique challenges that sponsors face in the run up to the 2012 Games. :  Sir David Veness, Chairman of London First’s Security & Policing Advisory Board and former Chair of the Olympic Advisory Group (Athens 2004) Host: British Petroleum, St James Square London First/ Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) Spring Conference Friday 26 March 2010 London First in partnership with the US Department of State’s Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) bring their members together for a Spring Conference. The themes of the half day conference will be Bribery and Corruption; The Role of New Media post Mumbai; Working together to secure the 2012 Olympic Games. Speakers will include:  Baroness Jo Valentine, CEO, London First  The Rt. Hon. Dr. John Reid, former Home Secretary  Victor Myer, Global Security Director, Deutsche Bank  Mark Hipp, Regional Security Officer, US Embassy in London  Paul Kelly, Director of Security EMEA, Disney  Andy Amery, Head of Security, London 2012  John Solomon, Global Head of Terrorism Research, World-Check  Mark Stollery, Overseas Bribery and Corruption Unit, City of London Police Host: Deutsche Bank Chairman’s breakfast March 2010 The first in a new series of quarterly breakfast discussions for members with the Chairman of London First’s Security & Policing Advisory Board, Sir David Veness, and members of the advisory board. Host: TBC
  10. 10. April __________________________________________________ NaCTSO/ London First launch of ‘Counting the Cost’ April 2010 ‘Counting the Cost’ Guidance Booklet on risk management, insurance and protective counter terrorism measures, developed with NaCTSO, London First and its members. Keynote speakers include:  Chris Phillips, Head of NaCTSO Host: TBC Counter Terror Expo: ‘The Role of Business in Countering the Terrorist Threat’ 14-15 April 2009 London First is pleased to support the Counter Terror Expo for the second year. Bringing together governmental agencies, security services, law enforcement, leading specialists and technologists for two days of high level debate. Five key conference strands including one supported by NaCTSO (National Counter Terrorism Security Office) will form the forum through which specific counter terrorism themes will be addressed by in excess of 85 speakers from across the globe, to view the full conference programme please visit www.counterterrorexpo.com/conf London First will host a special afternoon session on Wednesday 14 April, ‘The Role of Business in Countering the Terrorist Threat’, chaired by Sir David Veness, he is joined by London First Security and Policing Advisory Board members Emily Landis Walker and Hagai Segal. Members of London First’s Security and Resilience Network can claim a 20% discount on the advertised conference prices by quoting CTX20 at time of booking, register today at www.counterterrorexpo.com/lf Host: London Olympia Business Policing Model Conference Monday 19 April 2010 A half day conference organised by London First and the Metropolitan Police Service. Through the course of the day the conference will examine the areas of Economic Crime, Counter Terrorism, Business Continuity and Security Awareness, and has been organised to help promote our recent research programme known as the Business Policing Model. Speakers include:  Sir David Veness, Chairman of London First Security and Policing Advisory Board and former Undersecretary General for Safety and Security, United Nations  Commander Steve Bloomfield, Territorial Policing, London Metropolitan Police
  11. 11.  Chief Superintendent Ian Thomas, Public Order Unit, London Metropolitan Police Service  Emily Landis Walker, London First Security and Policing Advisory Board Member & 9/11 Commission  Chris Phillips, Head, National Counter Terror Security Office (NaCTSO)  John Wilson, National Extremism Tactical Coordination Unit (NETCU) Host: Microsoft Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics Security Debrief Monday 26th April 2010 A briefing on lessons learned from the recent Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics:  Francesco Norante, Director of Security Vancouver 2010, former Director of Integrated Security Turin 2006  Dr Peter Ryan, Security Advisor, International Olympic Committee (IOC) Host: Canada House, Trafalgar Square, London Public Order Briefing: May Day and the General Election Wednesday 28th April 2010 Against a back-drop of the forthcoming General Election, Chief Superintendent Ian Thomas, will debrief the network on the public order issues surrounding May Day. Host: Details on application May_______________________________________________ 2012 Olympic Sponsors Consultation May 2010 By invitation only. London First invite the Heads of Security for all of the 2012 Olympic Sponsors for a roundtable discussion on security measures for sponsors concentrating on the unique challenges that sponsors face in the run up to the 2012 Games.  Sir David Veness, Chairman of London First’s Security & Policing Advisory Board and former Chair of the Olympic Advisory Group (Athens 2004) Host: TBC
  12. 12. IFSEC 10-13 May 2010 Against a back-drop of terrorism, crime and economic turmoil, London First will host a briefing on security and resilience issues during the IFSEC Conference. The IFSEC conference and accompanying trade exhibition will provide you with advice, solutions and systems you need to keep your organisation and staff protected and secure. London First members will enjoy Select VIP status to London First members – this includes access to the lounge, quality catering, free parking at the NEC and opportunity to be involved in all VIP events taking place in the lounge. Host: NEC Birmingham International Public Private Preparedness Global Roundtable May 2010 New York University's International Center for Enterprise Preparedness (InterCEP), the world's first academic center dedicated to private sector preparedness, is proud to host its fourth International Public- Private Preparedness Summit at NYU, Washington Square, NYC, May, 2010. Designed for senior leaders, this exclusive two-day summit will promote public-private cooperation in emergencies and enable international sharing of preparedness strategies and best practices. London First will coordinate a senior delegation to attend from London – for more information contact Gerard McAtamney. Host: New York University, Washington Square, New York. Leadership Lecture with John Amaechi. May 2010 John Amaechi is a psychologist, New York Times best-selling Author and social entrepreneur working in both the US and Europe. John is the first and only Britain to have a place in the U.S. Basketball Hall of Fame. John captained the England squad since his arrival to the team in 1997 and even in ‘retirement’ led the English Squad to Bronze in the 2006 Commonwealth Games in Melbourne. In addition to maintaining broadcast interests in the United States, he is currently the face of Sport England’s latest "Everyday Sport" campaign as well as an Ambassador for the London 2012 Olympic Bid. He is now one of four people to be hold a post as a director for the London Organising Committee for the Olympic Games (LOCOG) Diversity Board that sets strategy for procurement, recruitment and standards for every employee, supplier and volunteer for the 2012 Olympic games effort. Host: TBC
  13. 13. June______________________________________________ Chairman’s breakfast June 2010 The quarterly breakfast discussion for members with the Chairman of London First’s Security & Policing Advisory Board, Sir David Veness, and members of the advisory board. Host: TBC Police Business Advisory Group June 2010 By invitation only. Hosted by the Deputy Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police, Tim Godwin, at New Scotland Yard. Participants include the Chief Constable of the British Transport Police, Andrew Trotter, and Commissioner of the City of London Police, Mike Bowron, and business sector leaders who meet to oversee and discuss business crime and policing initiatives. July_______________________________________________ 2012 Olympic Sponsors Consultation July 2010 By invitation only. London First invite the Heads of Security for all of the 2012 Olympic Sponsors for a roundtable discussion on security measures for sponsors concentrating on the unique challenges that sponsors face in the run up to the 2012 Games. :  Sir David Veness, Chairman of London First’s Security & Policing Advisory Board and former Chair of the Olympic Advisory Group (Athens 2004) Host: TBC Leadership Lecture with Dr. Stephen Covey July 2010 Recognized as one of Time magazine's 25 most influential Americans, Stephen R. Covey has dedicated his life to demonstrating how every person can truly control their destiny with profound, yet straightforward guidance. As an internationally respected leadership authority, family expert, teacher, organizational consultant, and author, his advice has given insight to millions. Dr. Stephen R. Covey has sold over 20 million books sold (in 38 languages) and his book, The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, was named the #1 Most Influential Business Book of the Twentieth Century. Host: TBC

×