CSARN proactively develops inter-city business networks, between regions and countries, to ensure best practice and key contacts are kept alive.
Please note that in addition to scheduled events below, CSARN will also schedule fast-time briefings to tackle emerging business resilience issues such as the August 2011 riots which will present additional hosting opportunities for CSARN members.
CSARN Members can attend and recieve priority to any Conference or Briefing for FREE throughout their membership. (excludes Training events)
CSARN / Securing Business: Mitigating the 'Black Swans'
IBM UK, Hursley House near Winchester Hampshire
17 January 2014 / 09:30 - 13:00
CSARN / Pushing the Boundaries - Hardening the 'Soft targets'
In recent years, the World has witnessed an upsurge in mass casualty terrorist attacks in the heart of business communities. More recent examples are the explosions in London in July 2005, the failed 'Tiger Tiger' nightclub attack in London in 2007, the Mumbai attacks in 2008 and the Westgate Shopping Mall attacks in Nairobi earlier this year.
Dentons One Fleet Place LONDON
19 March, 2014 / 09:30 - 15:30
CSARN : Foreign & Commonwealth Office / Overseas Business Risk, Lancaster House
In the luxurious surroundings of Lancaster House, CSARN's annual Overseas Business Risk briefing, in partnership with the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office, will examine the man-made and natural risks for UK companies and employers engaging in low, medium and higher risk overseas markets.
Lancaster House Stable Yard St James's, LONDON
31 March 2014 / 09:30 - 15:00
CSARN / Integrated Protective Technology – new thinking in resilience
The protection of corporate assets continues to be a main focus of senior leaders across the private, public and government sectors. New thinking and integrated flexible strategies are crucial if UK PLC maintains its ability to continually adapt to changing threats.
Floor 30 Clifford Chance 10 Upper Bank St Canary Wharf, LONDON
7 May, 2014 09:30 - 15:30
CSARN / Corporate Espionage – The Hidden War
The act of espionage is one of the oldest professions in the World. It continues to dominate the thoughts of leaders and executive boards within all business sectors, but often the risk can be mitigated by taking simple preventative action. Corporate Espionage quite rightly remains high on all government and organisational agendas and the need for counterintelligence seems endless. CSARN continues to deliver solutions for this type of attack by bringing to this briefing a significant range of leaders in this field.
Linklaters, 1 Silk St, London EC2Y 8HQ, LONDON
10 July, 2014 09:00 - 15:30