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Vulnerable to Global Shifts? How Prepared Are You for Future Trends

Across the world old paradigms are shifting. Immigration, terrorism, pandemics and global warming are but a few of changes happening now on a scale often underestimated. The next 15 years will see more mega-cities, changes in transportation, food and water shortages brought on by growing populations and climate changes, and with more people and instability comes the potential for wars, pandemics and massive population movements. Leading-edge research conducted by 2 universities and private institutions on both sides of the Atlantic lays down interesting insights in what may still happen as well as how to dynamically reduce vulnerabilities.


Dr Nicolas Le Saux, CPP
Nicolas Le Saux is a recognized expert in the security and safety field. His past experience includes a partnership at Accenture and several senior risk management positions. He is a board member of USP the French private security professional organization and serves as RVP for ASIS International Region 9A (UK, France, Benelux and Ireland). He has also been appointed by the Interior Ministry as a member of the licensing and control commission of the Private Security Regulatory Body (CNAPS). He holds a reserve commission as a senior officer in the French Army, specializing in high level security and policing issues and also served as a professional soldier. He has a PhD in public law, is CPP certified and lectures and conduct research on security matters at Paris and Nice Universities. He runs a security group among the top 30 French security companies with subsidiaries in guarding, security consulting and training.

Bruce Mcindoe
Chief Executive Officer at iJET International,is a recognized leader in the risk management, travel, and intelligence industries. Prior to joining iJET, Bruce was founder and CEO of CSSi, an Inc. 500 company that developed software and systems for the intelligence community. A trustee of Allegheny College, where he received a BS in Physics he holds a MS in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University. Bruce is also on the adjunct faculty of the University of Maryland University College (UMUC) where he teaches intelligence related courses.A member of the National Capital Chapter (238877)he has presented at ASIS conferences several times in the past (Middle East 2015,Strategic Thinking about Operational Risk Management, US 2012 The Next Generation in Open Source Intelligence, UK 2011 Managing International Operations Risk ).