(CONCLUDED) CSARN / Resilience 2027


Tuesday 16th May 2017 
The Cavalry and Guards Club
127 Piccadilly
13:00 - 17:00

    In this fast moving world, the need to plan for its resilience requires a constant focus and huge effort.  Any plan also benefits from the ability to look forward to potentially challenging threats and risks.  The movement of the workforce, changing geospatial issues, shifting political emphasis and the development of new technology all contribute to the continually changing face of successfully leading businesses and the ‘forward look’ therefore becomes critical when planning for the effective positioning of assets.  This briefing explores some of the most enduring issues facing businesses today and will take the lead on discussing solutions for the future.  Delegates will be able to question some of the leading speakers on the subject of ‘Resilience 2027’ and this briefing should not be missed.

    Leaders who should attend:

    • C-Suite leaders
    • Crisis responders
    • Local authorities 
    • Government agencies
    • Law enforcement 


      13:00 Registration and Refreshments
      13:30 Chair

      Dr Daniel Falkiner / Senior Analyst, Sibylline
      Jack Nott-Bower / Analyst, Sibylline
      Evolving and Emerging Threats in the next decade

      14:15 Bruce Braes / Director Resilience Consulting, Optimal Risk
      Resilience in Business - Recognise, Adapt, Survive and Win - Confronting Complexity
      14:45 Q & A
      15:05 Coffee & Networking

      David Buston /  Senior Consultant, Frazer-Nash Consultancy
      Tim Arridge / Principal Consultant, Frazer-Nash Consultancy
      Future blended threats


      Geoff Revill / Managing Director Krowdthink Ltd, Partner at Ethos Valuable Outcomes
      The future impact of a more tightly regulated Internet on trust in digital engagement

      16:25 Q & A 
      16:45 Networking & Close

          Delegate Fee

          CSARN Members | FREE

          Standard Fee | £149.00

          Public Sector | £95.00

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