Technology & Solutions Track

​The Technology and Solutions Track provides both delegates and exhibit visitors education focused on the most up to date security technology and solutions on offer. These sessions are available to all visitors to the conference or exhibition, free of charge.

Thursday 7 April

Integrating Chemical, Biological, or Radiological Resilience into Physical Security Design
Dan Kaszeta, Managing Director, Strongpoint Security Ltd, UK

New & Emerging Identification Methods in Access Control
Paul Adams, Head of Technology & Product Management, Kaba, UK

Intelligent Anti-Tailgating: The Missing Link in Access Control
Fabrice Moscheni, Managing Director, FASTCOM Technology SA, Switzerland

Intelligent Security: Using Technology to Make Smarter Security Decisions
Craig Robb, Director – Strategic Development, Securitas, UK

Manageability of data in a hyper-connected world – how to safeguard and structure video surveillance data in practice
Robert Verhulst, Business Development Manager EMEA, Bosch Security Systems, Netherlands

The Enterprise Immune System: Using Machine Learning to Detect ‘Unknown Unknown‘
John Dyer, Account Director, Darktrace, UK

Integrated Value Added Solutions for Hotel Security
Jeroen Molle, Head of International Customer Service, Geutebrück, Germany

Taking Measures Against Cyber Security-Attacks, who is Responsible?
Daryn Flynn, Security Business Manager, Nedap, UK

15:15 -15:35
Cloud Services and Managing Your Security Environment
Jean-Philippe Deby, Business Development Director – EMEA, Genetec, UK & Ireland

Presentation of ASIS/HID Study on Access Control and Contactless
Smart Card Technology

Cynet Security, Think Like a Hacker, React Like a CISO
David Leichner, Vice President, Cynet, Israel

Paris Terrorist Attacks and the use of Global Tracking Solutions
Peter Cooper, Regional Security Manager, International SOS and Control Risks, UK
Colin Dale, Business Development Director, Vismo, UK

Do you view an investigation as a risk worth mitigating?
Shaun Reardon, International Project Manager, One Voice AS, Norway

Friday 8 April

10:30 - 14:30 (with lunch break)
Classroom Programme: Preparing for Active Shooter/MTFA Attacks
Craig S. Gundry PSP, Director of Special Projects, S2 Safety & Intelligence Institute, USA

14:30 - 14:50
How to build strategic knowledge in Security
Alexandra Todde, Energy Markets Executive, Expert Systems, Italy

Why Mobile Security matters …
Andrew Lau, Senior Investigator and Casework Lead for Mobile Devices, LGC, UK
David Quoroll, Mobile Device Research & Development Specialist, LGC, UK

Using Real-Time Intelligence to Maintain Network Resiliency – Brussels Attacks and Other Case-Studies
Tobias Larsson,  Head of DHL Resilience360, DHL Resilience360

Site Security KPIs – Measuring and Managing Risk
Simon Oxley, Managing Director, Citicus, UK

Data Science and Machine Learning - the Key to Automating your Threat Management
Matt Walmsley, EMEA Director, Vectra Networks Inc., UK