(CONCLUDED) CSARN / Global Fallout, Local Consequences - Safeguarding resilience in extraordinary times



Thursday 14 June 2018 
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly 

13:00 - 15:30

World affairs frequently have implications for resilience and  business continuity.  We cannot ignore the fact that our communities and business sectors are vulnerable to geopolitical tectonic shifts that play out thousands of miles away.  There are many types of major events, but the Salisbury chemical attack this year is a good example of how businesses should be aware of the collateral effect on them and their ability to survive the government level response.  It is appropriate to imagine the same attack happening in Manchester, Birmingham or London (Litvinenko) and plan for what our respective responses should be.  What challenges does this type of scenario present?  How can we prepare so we are able to absorb the impact of business disruption whilst responding effectively?  How do we protect our colleagues in extremis?  This CSARN briefing will reflect other possibilities of major disruption and discuss solutions; it is therefore a critical session to attend.

Areas to be covered are:

  • Types of negative business impact and how to survive
  • How to build a cushion against geopolitical fallout
  • How to identify when the ‘storm’ is coming
  • Why is the UK a target?
  • What can we do now to minimise a major impact?

Those who should attend:

  • C-Suite level Crisis Response leaders
  • Emergency Planners
  • Government crisis managers
  • Corporate analysts
  • SHEQ and Human Resources experts

          Confirmed Agenda

          13:00 Registration and Refreshments
          13:30 Chair
          13:35 Ed Johnson
          Senior Analyst for Eurasia, Sibylline Intelligence Solutions
          'Global Geopolitical Threats to the UK'
          14:05 Dinos Kerigan-Kyrou PhD CMILT
          Cybersecurity Coordinator, Senior Command & Staff Course, Defence Forces Ireland / Instructor, NATO DEEP (Defence Enhancement Education Programme)
          'Emerging, Asymmetric Security Challenges Facing Business and Wider Community'

          Jerry Smith OBE
          Managing Director, RameHead Consulting International
          'The Salisbury Incident - Lessons for Business'

          15:05 Q & A
          15:25 Coffee & Networking


          Delegate Fee

          CSARN Members | FREE

          Standard Fee | £189.00

          Public Sector | £109.00

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