Detailed Programme

Keynote Speakers


Axel Petri (Bio)
SVP Group Security Governance
Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany
It’s a matter of trust – Snowden revelations, digital criminals and their impact on telecommunication service industry.

 

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Prof. Martin Gill (Bio)
Director, Perpetuity Research
United Kingdom
What Are the Characteristics of Outstanding Security Performance?


Dr. Thomas de Maizière (Bio)
Federal Minister of the Interior,
Germany
A comprehensive overview of the security situation in particular for the industry and introduce the economic security architecture in Germany. This includes focus areas of the security authorities, e.g. countermeasures against crime and espionage also in cyberspace.


 

Sunday, 29 March

10:00-12:00 - Professional Tour - Deutsche Bank Headquarters  

13:00-16:30 - EAC Lunch & Meeting (by invitation only)

16:30-17:30 - Region and Chapter Leaders Training (for all current and aspiring ASIS volunteers)

20:00-23:00 - Welcome Party—Powered by NEDAP

 
Monday, 30 March

9:00-10:00 - Opening Session & Keynote Speaker


10:00-10:30
- Exhibition and networking time

 
10:30-11:20

Panel: The Future of Security Technology
Breakout 1  | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Roland Y. Billeter, President Continental Europe, Tyco Integrated Fire & Security, Germany

Ruben Wegman, CEO, Nedap Security Management, Netherlands 

Dirk  Buerhaus, Managing Director, Koetter Security, Germany 

Moderated by Eduard Emde CPP, Past President, ASIS International, Netherlands​

Using War Games to Effect Change in Organisations Resilience
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Dan Solomon, Director, Cyber Risk & Security Services, Optimal Risk Management Ltd, UK

Crisis Management and Country Evacuation Planning – Planning to Go Further Than the Parking Lot
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Geert Coremans CPP, Corporate Security Advisor, Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, Belgium​

CSO Roundtable
Breakout 4

By invitation only

 
11:25-12:15

Terrorism @ Europe 2015-2016
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Glenn Schoen, Director of G4S Risk Advisory, G4S, Netherlands

Social Engineering - a Powerful Investigative Tool
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Bernhard Maier, Owner, BM-Investigations e.U., Austria

Globalisation and the impact onto Security Provision in the Russian Federation
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Dmitry Budanov, CEO, Elite Security Holding Company, Russia

CSO Roundtable
Breakout 4

By invitation only

 
12:15-13:30
- Lunch, exhibition and networking time

 
13:30-14:20

 What do you get from good security that you don’t get from bad?
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Prof. Martin Gill, Managing Director, Perpetuity Research & Consultancy International, UK

Hotel Security: Are You the Soft Target?
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Bill Enright, PCI, Managing Director, Parkton Risk Management, Ireland

Security Industry Trends – Anticipating the Key Drivers and Developments of the Security Industry
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Teemu Santonen, Ph.D. (Econ.), CEO, NeuroRank Oy, Finland

Protecting Soft Targets from Hardline Terror
Breakout 4 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Ivor Terret, Director of Training and Specialized Consulting, AS Solution, Israel

 
14:25-15:15

Large Scale Fraud and Corruption Investigations: A Practitioner’s View on International Trends and Hot Topics
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Christian Muth, Partner, Assurance | Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, Compliance Management Services (FIDS), Ernst & Young, Germany

Islamic State in Iraq: Causes for Success and Challenges Facing the Region
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Nicole Stracke, Director of Research and Analysis, EXOP GmbH, Germany

Social Identity in Crowd Control: Beyond Social Media
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Jeroen van Rest Sr., Senior Consultant, TNO, Netherlands

Develop Your Personal Brand and Enhance Your Career 2.0
Breakout 4 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Mike Hurst, Managing Director, HJA Fire and Security, UK
and Graham Bassett, Managing Director, GBR UK, UK

 
15:15-15:45
- Exhibition and networking time

 
15:45-16:35

Social Media - How Does Policing Respond to Mass Data in Crisis ?
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Christopher Greany, Commander, Association of Chief Police Officers - ACPO, UK

Applied Alternative Analyses: An Innovative Step for Security Professionals
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Erik de Vries, CPP, Director, DutchRisk bv, Netherlands

Managing International Security Risks - Tomorrow
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Mike Croll, Head of Field Security, European External Action Service, Belgium

Expatriate-Management in a Global World: Contractual Obligations and Corporate Responsibility
Breakout 4 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Holger Berens, Senior Partner, HBK Consultancy, Germany and Udo Hempe, Senior Partner, HBK Consultancy, Germany

 
16:40-17:30

Data Center Protection
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Joseph McDonald CPP, PSP, Chief Security Officer, Switch LTD, USA
and Nicolas Le Saux, CPP, CEO, ATAO Consulting, France

Eliminating Syria’s Chemical Weapons – the Security Challenges for the OPCW
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Chris Stretton, Head, Office of Confidentiality and Security, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, Netherlands

Best Practice: Creating Corporate Security Attention & Visibility within Organizations
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Uwe Röniger, Managing Director, mybreev GmbH, Germany

"Hello, My Name Is Dave and I'm Here to Help" - An introduction to Hostage/Crisis Negotiation
Breakout 4 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: David Hurley, Head of Operational Security and Risk, Fujitsu, UK

 
19:30-22:00
- President's Reception

 
Tuesday, 31 March

9:00-10:00 - Opening Remarks & Keynote Speaker

 
10:00-10:30
- Exhibition and networking time

 
10:30-11:20

​The Rise of the Jihadists - the Second Stage of the Arab Spring

Breakout 1  | Abstract & Speaker Bio
Tim Williams, Managing Director, Stirling Assynt, UK
Mazen SaadahDirector, Middle East, Stirling Assynt, UK

 

Value Based Security Procurement
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Malcolm Smith, CPP, Head: Group Security & Safety Services, Nedbank Group Ltd, South Africa

Security Awareness - Sharing Best Practices
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Hans-Roland Ludwig, Head of Regional Security Services, Global Facility Management / EMEA, SAP SE, Germany

CSO Roundtable
Breakout 4

By invitation only

 
11:25-12:15

Are All Your Organisation’s Security Systems Secure from a Cyber Attack? the Converged Response
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Volker Wagner, Senior Vice President, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany,
Dave Tyson, CPP, Senior Director, Global Information Security, Business Process & Technology, S C Johnson & Son Inc, USA,
James Willison, Founder, Unified Security Ltd, UK

Unnoticed Crisis Industrial Espionage: Professional Attacks with IT and Non-IT Means
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Florian Oelmaier, Head of IT-Security and Computer Crime, Proxy Holder, Corporate Trust, Germany

Current and Emerging Trends in China
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Neil Marshall, Regional Head - North Asia, Hill & Associates (PRC) Ltd, China

CSO Roundtable
Breakout 4

By invitation only

 
12:15-13:30
- Exhibition and networking time

 
13:30-14:20

How to set up security management for managing supply chain risks in the 21st century
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Frank Ewald, CPP, Head of Corporate Security, Deutsche Post DHL, Germany;
and Tobias Larsson, Director, DHL Innovation Center, Germany

Internet Addiction Disorder - Cyber Junkies, Social Media Obsessives, Online Gamblers and Cybersex Nuts
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Martin Smith, Chairman and Founder, The Security Company, UK

Kidnap for Ransom-How Specialized Consultancies Can Help Your Organization
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Jan Kestner, Crisis Consultant, red24 Deutschland, part of red24 PLC, Germany

Emerging Risks in the Rise of the Smart Building
Breakout 4 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Mike O'Neill CPP, PSP, Managing Director, Optimal Risk Management Ltd, UK

 
14:25-15:15

A Global Competency Model for Security Professionals
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Jason Brown, National Security Director, Thales, Australia

A Pharmaceutical's Approach to Mitigating the Insider Threat
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Rowena Fell, CPP, Associate Director, Intellectual Property & Trade Secrets Protection Programme, Merck Sharp & Dohne, UK

Internal Investigations in a Corporate Environment
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Eric Strootman, Investigation Manager, ING Bank, Netherlands
and Rene Van den Bosch, Senior Legal Counsel, ING Bank, Netherlands

Cryptography Tools As Identity Vector in Jihadist Groups
Breakout 4 

 
15:15-15:45
- Exhibition and networking time

 
15:45-16:35

Investigative Interviewing - Interrogation or Conversation with a Purpose?
Breakout 1 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Corin Dennison, CPP, Senior Manager (Global Investigations), Adidas Group, UK

The New Norwegian Standard On Security Risk Analysis - Breaking The Mold
Breakout 2 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Roy Stranden, CPP, Director of Security / CSO, Schibsted Media Group, Norway

Security, Risk and Resilience Standards Changing the Business Landscape
Breakout 3 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Dr. Marc Siegel, Commissioner, Global Standards Initiative, ASIS International (Belgium) and Allison Wylde, Visiting Lecturer, Regent’s University London (UK)

“Can You Hear Me Now” Using the Power of Social Media and Security Applied Sciences
Breakout 4 | Abstract & Speaker Bio

Presented by: Steve Surfaro, Industry Liaison, Axis Communications, USA and Donald Zoufal CPP, Independent Consultant Safety and Security Consultant (USA)

 
16:40-17:30
- Closing Session

Axel Petri, SVP Group Security Governance, Deutsche Telekom AG, Germany