(CONCLUDED) Travel Security - Protecting Our Moving Critical Infrastructure / 24th November 2016


Thursday 24th November 2016
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly
13:00 - 17:00

    Some of the most impactful tragedies in recent years have taken place in or near transport hubs or travelling on the transport systems.  This time of year will mean that more of your people will be travelling extensively and they need to remain safe.  The different types of security strategies, technology and equipment that is required to be put in place needs to be understood by urban planners, architects, local authorities, travellers and security specialists and this briefing will present these critical areas of discussion.  

    Delegates will be able to take away new thinking about how they can plan to keep their staff and assets safer and very much in line with today’s (and tomorrow’s) threats and will also be able to network with members and speakers who face similar challenges and have different solutions.  This briefing is important to all of us and attendance is highly recommended.

        Leaders who should attend:

        • Urban Engineers
        • City Planners
        • Local Authority Teams
        • Corporate Leaders
        • Architects

        Confirmed Agenda

        13:00 Registration and Refreshments
        13:30 Chair

        Sam Bramall / Vice President, Physical Security Operations Support, Barclays
        Travel Security – The Corporate Perspective


        Nigel Furlong / Head of Resilience Planning, Transport for London
        Building resilience into Transport for London

        14:35 Gwyn Winfield / Editorial Director, CBRNE World
        The Risk and Consequences of a CBRN attack on the transport infrastructure
        15:05 Q & A
        15:25 Coffee
        15:45 Andy Challen / Resilience and Crisis Management, Risk Advisory, Deloitte LLP
        Airports - the complexities of landside security
        16:15 CI Ricky Twyford / Chief Inspector – Specialist Operations, British Transport Police
        Project Servator -  Disruptive Effects on Mass Transit Systems
        16:45 Q & A 
        17:05 Close

        Delegate Fee

        CSARN Members | FREE

        Standard Fee | £149.00

        Public Sector | £95.00

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        Category: 2016, Transport Security

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