(CONCLUDED) Physical Attacks - Keeping People safe & responding effectively to attacks


Wednesday 21 February 2018 
1 Churchill Place
Canary Wharf
London E14 5HP.

12:00 - 17:00

    In light of recent and tragic events in the UK  and globally, it is clear that the active shooter, IED and hostile vehicle attack tactics to kill innocent people remains a real threat to our society and isn’t going away anytime soon.  As leaders, we are all duty bound to have the most up to date information not only to identify the threat, but to train for, manage and recover quickly from such incidents.  CSARN is duty bound to gather together the best speakers in order to properly brief you on what you can do to mitigate these threats.

    In this briefing, we will discuss the latest tactics, the ideology of the attackers, the law enforcement response and the training available to the corporate sector.  This is a critical briefing for critical times and attendance is highly recommended.

    Leaders who should attend:

    • Chief Security Officers
    • Crisis Response Team members
    • Business Continuity Leaders
    • Local Authority Teams
    • Law Enforcement Agencies
    • C-Suite Leaders'

        Confirmed Agenda

        12:00 Registration and Lunch
        13:00 Chair
        13:05 Stuart Tootal / Chief Security Officer for Physical Security, Barclays
        Welcome from our Host
        13:10 Dick Highmore / Director, Barclays
        13:40 Government Security Advisor / CPNI
        "Protective Security Measures to Counter Current Threats"
        14:10 Brian Dillon / Managing Director, Rubicon Resilience
         “Exercising Physical Security”
        14:40 Q & A
        15:00 Coffee & Networking
        15:20 Tom Huntley / Head of Physical Operations, The ANVIL Group
        "A Case for a Partnership Decision Making Model"
        15:50 Laurence Freeman / MD, Precedence Global Ltd
        "Preparing, Reacting, Surviving"
        16:20 Q & A 
        16:45 Networking & Close

        Delegate Fee

        CSARN Members | FREE

        Standard Fee | £189.00

        Public Sector | £109.00

        Collections: Events

        Category: 2017, Crisis :eadership

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