Post Brexit Resilience – New Thinking Required! / 23rd March 2017

CSARN

Thursday 23rd March 2017
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly
London
W1J 7PX
13:00 - 17:00
Directions

    The United Kingdom is about to start the process of exiting from the European Union in front of a backdrop of controversy of the past, hope for the future and debates about what it all means for our well-being.  One of the main areas of concern for most of us is how all the changes activated by Article 50 will impact on our ability to protect ourselves from disaster.  

    No matter what positive aspects of this decision exist, plans will need to take account of the movement of the UK’s workforce, the sharing of intelligence with international partners, security screening of visitors and international employees, the identification of suspects, the resilience of our cyber platforms and our reliance on our overseas partners to assist in any recovery.  What are the logical next steps?  What does the business sector need to think about and prioritise to stay in sync with national decision making?  How do we prepare our workforce for the changes ahead?  

    These are important national issues and CSARN is delighted to host this discussion. As one of the biggest changes that we as a nation have had to manage in many years, this CSARN briefing is timely and we encourage you and your teams to attend.

        The areas that will be covered:

        • How will we identify international terrorism at our borders?
        • Does Brexit lessen or increase our ability to secure intelligence?
        • What does Brexit mean to UK businesses and personnel travelling abroad?
        • Are we more or less vulnerable to cyber attack?
        • How do we now work with our international recovery partners?
        • What critical things to we need to do to remain as competitive and resilient as possible?

        Leaders who should attend:

        • Corporate strategists
        • SHEQ leaders
        • Business recovery team managers
        • Cyber resilience planners
        • HR managers
        • Intelligence agencies

        Confirmed Speakers

        13:00 Registration and Refreshments
        13:30 Chair
        13:35 Justin CrumpCEO, Sibylline Limited
        Brexit – the World View
        14:05 Dr Alison Wakefield / Senior Lecturer in Security Risk Management
        What are the Security and Resilience Implications of Brexit?
        14:45 Mike O’Neill / Managing Director, Optimal Risk
        Post-Brexit Security - Keep calm and carry on!
        15:15 Q & A
        15:35 Coffee & Networking

        Delegate Fee

        CSARN Members | FREE

        Standard Fee | £149.00

        Public Sector | £95.00



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