This forward look at possible new Jihadi terrorist trends in Europe in the year ahead aims to give security managers fresh insight into a perennially shifting threat. The presenter will use a ‘from high theory to practical measures’ approach to sketch select potential security management challenges. From late springtime through the summertime Euro Cup 2016 in France he will proceed into the centennial year of the Balfour Declaration, 2017, in an effort to explore possible future issues and event triggers. The presentation aims to give the audience significant added value through original material and readily applicable security management ‘takeaways.’
CEO, Boardroom@Crisis, Netherlands
Glenn Schoen (1963) is a security management and terrorism specialist and CEO of Boardroom@Crisis. An American with Dutch roots, he has deep years international experience starting with political science studies (BA, MA, post-Graduate) through law enforcement, analysis, consulting and management. This includes previous positions at G4S Risk Advisory, Ernst & Young, TranSecur and International Security Management in the course of which he served several hundred clients. He has engaged in terrorism research, analysis, counter-measures and policy studies for over 30 years. Current and past activities aside from ASIS, UNICRI and OSAC (Country Chair, Netherlands) include volunteer work at the White House and lecturing at Georgetown University’s Continuing Studies Program (1996-2007). Mr. Schoen regularly shares his insights with the media (over 1000 interviews) and professional forums. He lives in The Hague, The Netherlands with his wife and two children.