Sunday, 14 April 2013

13:00 - 15:30

EAC Meeting (by invitation only)

15:45 - 18:15

Region and Chapter Officers Training - agenda

18:15 - 19:00

Welcome Drink

Area F

Monday, 15 April 2013

9:00 - 10:00

Opening Session & Keynote Speaker: To be confirmed

F4 + F5

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee Break

Area F

10:30 - 12:15

CSO Roundtable Sessions in Parallel

10:30 - 11:20

Session 1

Klas Friberg
Head of the National Bureau of Investigation of the Swedish Police, Sweden
Christopher Greany
Detective Chief Superintendant, London Metropolitan Police UK

Panel Discussion: Civil Unrest & Major Events

Breakout 1
Session 2

Thomas de Neergaard, CPP
Security Director, Astra Zeneca, Sweden

Business Activism

Breakout 2
Session 3

Axel Petri
Senior Vice President Group Security Policy, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany

Cyber Security - of Hares, Tortoises and Hedgehogs

Breakout 3

11:25 - 12:15

Session 4

Søren Matz
Security Risk Management Advisor, Guardian, Denmark
Tim Hart
Senior Maritime Security Analyst, Control Risks, UK

Panel discussion: Maritime Security

Breakout 1
Session 5

Roger Warwick CPP
Chairman, EU Liaison Subcommittee, ASIS International, Italy
Vassilis Stamatopoulos
Technology Transfer Consultant, Space, Security and Transport NCP, Praxi / Help-Forward Network, Greece

ASIS (Europe) in the EU

Breakout 2
Session 6

Jonas Hartelius CPP
independent analyst, writer and lecturer on security and drug matters, Sweden

Professional Ethics in the Private Security Sector Between the State and the Market

Breakout 3

12:15 - 13:30

Business Lunch

Area F, adjacent to F4/F5 room

13:30 - 14:20

Session 7

Glenn Schoen
Director, G4S Risk Advisory, The Netherlands

CSO @ Crisis - Practical Personal Best Practices for the CSO in Crisis Situations

Breakout 1
Session 8

Oliver C Fein
Executive, Major German Technology Company, Germany

Travel Security for Business Travellers

Breakout 2
Session 9

André Rickardsson
Owner, Security Expert, Bitsec AB, Sweden

The Technology Gap in Computer Forensics or “I Wish CSI Miami was for Real”

Breakout 3

14:25 - 15:15

Session 10

Barrie Millett
Head of Business Resilience, E.ON, UK

Environmental Single Issue Activism - a Real Threat to Business or Minor Distraction

Breakout 1
Session 11

Torsten Wolf
Group Head of Crime and Fraud Prevention, Zurich Insurance Company Ltd, Switzerland

A Framework for Managing Crime & Fraud

Breakout 2
Session 12

David Rubens
Managing Director, David Rubens Associates, UK

Order from Chaos: Crisis Management at the Extremes of Operational Complexity

Breakout 3

15:15 - 15:45

Coffee Break

Area F

15:45 - 16:35

Session 13

Johan Petersson
Director of Security, Nokas, Sweden

The Helicopter Robbery – from the Roof to Jail

Breakout 1
Session 14

Fredrik Lars Rehnstrom, CPP
Executive Vice President, Actea Consulting AB, Sweden

Building a Solid Intellectual Property Protection Program

Breakout 2
Session 15

Erik Ackerfeldt
Founder, Babel Communication AB, Sweden

Verbal Analysis - Reading Between the Lines

Breakout 3

16:40 - 17:30

Session 16

Professor Martin Gill
Director of Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International, UK
Nicolas Le Saux
Owner, ATAO SAS, France
Stein Thorstensen
Group Quality Director, Steen & Strøm, Norway

Creating Value in Shopping Malls Through Security in Europe - The Case of Nordic Countries

Breakout 1
Session 17

Henk van Unnik
Maritime & Logistics Expert / Advisor, Securitas, Netherlands

Support - Upgrading Port Security in Europe

Breakout 2
Session 18

Professor Joshua Bamfield
Director at the Centre for Retail Research, UK
Atul Rajput
Regional Director for Northern Europe, AXIS Communications, UK

The Key Video Surveillance Trends Set to Change the Face of Retail Loss Prevention

Breakout 3

17:35 - 18:00

Members Forum


President's Reception

Gothenburg Town Hall

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

9:00 - 10:00

Opening Session & Keynote Speaker:
Fadel Soliman, Director, Bridges Foundation (Egypt)
Demystifying the concept of Jihad: how to separate Jihad and terrorism

F4 + F5

10:00 - 10:30

Coffee Break

Area F

10:30 - 11:20

Session 19

Berndt Rif CPP
Senior Policy Adviser Security Operations, Dutch Central Bank (De Nederlandsche Bank NV), The Netherlands

Pre-employment and In-employment Screening: The Israëli Approach

Breakout 1
Session 20

Volker Wagner
Senior Vice president, Deutsche Telekom, Germany
Alessandro Lega CPP
Chairman, European Security Convergence/ESRM Subcommittee, ASIS International, Italy
James Willison
Founder, Unified Security Ldt, UK

Organisations Should Adopt a Comprehensive and Integrated Strategy that Encompasses all Areas of Security Risk

Breakout 2
Session 21

Erik de Vries, CPP
Director, DutchRisk, The Netherlands

Project X - Social Media or Social Crisis

Breakout 3

11:25 - 12:15

Session 22

Hugh McLeod
Director, Stirling Assynt, UK

Syria - the Revolution that Shook the Middle East

Breakout 1
Session 23

Charles Randolph
Senior Director - Executive Protection and Intelligence, Microsoft, USA

Perspectives on the Modern Global Executive Protection Environment

Breakout 2
Session 24

Dr. Peter Speight
Director of Security Risk Management, Securitas Security Services Ltd, UK

Why Security Fails

Breakout 3

12:15 - 13:30

Business Lunch

Area F, adjacent to F4/F5 room

13:30 - 14:20

Session 25

Professor Martin Gill
Director of Perpetuity Research and Consultancy International, UK

Criminals and security professionals, who now has the upper hand?

Breakout 1
Session 26

Sirra Toivonen
Risk and Reliability Management,VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland
Johan Scholliers
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland

New Possibilities of Using Monitoring Technology to Improve Supply Chain Security

Breakout 2
Session 27

Mark Johnson
Chairman, The Risk Management Group, UK

Risks and Controls in a Social Media World

Breakout 3

14:25 - 15:15

Session 28

Håkan Hagberg
Analyst, Swedish Social Insurance Agency (Försäkringskassan), Sweden

Systematic Computer Analysis to Identify Fraud

Breakout 1
Session 29

Dr. Gertjan Burghouts
Lead Scientist, TNO, Netherlands
Maaike Lousberg
Project Manager, TNO, Netherlands

A Comprehensive Approach Toward Detecting Deviant Criminal Behaviour

Breakout 2
Session 30

Andrew Williams, CPP
Senior Partner, Temi Group, Turkey

Will Hotels Remain as the Terrorist Attack Soft Target of the Future?

Breakout 3

15:15 - 15:45

Coffee Break

Area F

14:25 - 15:15

Session 31

Eyþór Víðisson
Senior Lecturer and Consultant, VSI - Fire Protection & Security Design, Iceland

Responding to Increased Violence towards Staff Following a Financial Meltdown

Breakout 1
Session 32

Steve Surfaro
Business Development Manager, Industry Liaison, Axis Communications

Securing Cities: Physical and Cyber Case Studies

Breakout 2
Session 33

Dr. Marc Siegel
Commissioner, Global Standards Initiative, ASIS International, Belgium
Allison Wylde
Assistant Professor, London Metropolitan University Business School (LMBS), UK

Security Managers No More – We’re Business Managers

Breakout 3

16:40 - 17:30

Closing Session & Keynote Speaker:
Anders Groenli, Special Adviser for Strategic Security Risk Management, Norges Bank (Central Bank of Norway), Norway
The Oslo 22 July Terrorist Attack and Impact on Current Security Thinking

F4 + F5

Disclaimer: Please not that this programme may be subject to change. The organiser reserves the right to adjust or change the programme.