Detailed Program

Below is a list of our programs with links to details including complete abstracts and speaker bios.

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Sunday, 7 December 2014

18:00-19:00

Welcome Drink in the Exhibition Area - sponsored by Tyco Integrated Security

Monday, 8 December 2014

09:00-09:30

Opening Plenary

09:30-10:00

Keynote
The INTERPOL Global Complex for Innovation: Providing Global Support to Build Regional Digital-Security Capacity
Sanjay Virmani, Director of INTERPOL Digital Crime Center, Singapore

10:00-10:30

Exhibition and Networking Break (Networking Break is sponsored by SimonsVoss Security Technologies (Asia) PTE LTD)

10:30-11:20

Resilience in an Information-Centric World
Breakout 1
The presentation will give answers to the following questions: How does an organisation become resilient in an information centric world? The longevity of companies is sinking rapidly. Why this has occurred? Are there practical steps to become resilient? Details

Alex Webling, Treasurer, Australasian Council of Security Professionals, Australia

Social Media and Crisis Management
Breakout 2
Social Media is double edged sword in today’s world. This presentation will examine how security can set up this tool during pre, during and post incident phases of crisis management. Details

Karan Chawla, Senior Manager, Regional Security Operations Centre, Fidelity Business Services Private Ltd, India

11:25-12:15

Preparing an Enterprise Security Plan Addressing Cyber Threats & Risks
Breakout 1
Is your security plan updated to address today's threats to compromise sensitive information? Step through how to leverage ISO 27000, PCI DSS & NIST to develop an enterprise security plan. Details

Ali Pabrai, CEO, ecfirst, USA

Looking Back to Consider the Crimes of the Future
Breakout 2
What have been some of the major security related events in recent times and how can they be used as a precursor to considering the crimes of the future? Details

Chris Cubbage, CPP, Director & Executive Editor, My Security Media Pty Limited, Australia

12:15-13:30

Lunch and Networking Break (Networking Break is sponsored by SimonsVoss Security Technologies (Asia) PTE LTD)

13:30-14:20

Cobit 5: A Business Framework for the Governance and Management of Enterprise IT
Breakout 1
COBIT5 is the business framework for governance and management of enterprise IT. It incorporates latest thinking in enterprise governance and management techniques, globally accepted principles, practices, analytical tools and models. Details

Leonard Ong, CPP, Honorary Chairman, ASIS International (Singapore Chapter), Singapore
Werner Preining, CPP, Responsible for European Operations, Interpool Security Ltd, Austria

Does Fraud Matter?
Breakout 2
Organisations perceived to lack the willingness or capability to fight fraud run the risk of damaging their reputation. Zurich Insurance deploys a comprehensive framework that addresses fraud and crime pro-actively Details

Torsten Wolf, CPP, Head of Group Security Operations, Zurich Insurance Company Ltd, Switzerland

Conflict with North Korea: Lessons for Leveraging Information and Decisions for Crisis Management
Breakout 3
Crisis management on the Korean Peninsula presents an excellent opportunity to learn how to collect information, make decisions, prepare for a crisis, and execute. The lessons learned are applicable anywhere. Details

Rodney Johnson, CPP, President, Erudite Risk, South Korea

14:25-15:15

Cyber Security – the Role of the CISO and Understanding the Current Threat Landscape
Breakout 1
To identify the current cyber risk international threat landscape and the role and responsibilities of the Chief Information Security Officer, with particular emphasis on partnerships both internal and external. Details

Don Randall, Bank of England, Head of Security, UK

Planning for Corporate Divorce in China
Breakout 2
In the 1990s, joint ventures were a common investment vehicle for MNCs operating in China. Many 'legacy JVs' still exist and are problematic. Neil Marshall will discuss planning for corporate divorce. Details

Neil Marshall, President, Hill & Associates (PRC) Ltd, China

Emerging Risks from Islamic Militancy in South, South-East & East Asia
Breakout 3
This presentation will identify those areas and targets most at risk from Islamic militancy in South, South-East and East Asia. Details

Tim Williams, Managing Director, Stirling Assynt, UK

15:15-15:45

Exhibition and Networking Break (Networking Break is sponsored by SimonsVoss Security Technologies (Asia) PTE LTD)

15:45-16:35

Reducing Security Risks during a High-Risk Investigation
Breakout 1
Conducting an investigation in a complex and high-risk environment can be challenging. Security plays an important role in safeguarding the investigation process and vital human, data and physical evidences. Details

Simon Tan, CPP, Senior Consultant, Control Risks Group Crisis and Security Consulting, Singapore

Transnational Organized Crime, Public/Private Sector Partnerships and the Global Trafficking of Contraband
Breakout 2
Proceeds from the global trafficking of contraband have been tied to transnational organized crime, terrorism, and war crimes. Public/private sector partnerships are critical when developing a comprehensive law enforcement strategy. Details

Eric Ives, Unit Chief, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Headquarters - International Organized Crime Task Forces, USA

Market Differentiation and Competitive Advantage through Supply Chain Security Standards
Breakout 3
Companies traditionally find it challenging to justify security-related investments as it is perceived as a direct expense. This presentation highlights how improving supply chain security can also produce collateral benefits. Details

Max Goh, Managing Director, LSA Consultants Pte Ltd, Singapore

16:40-17:30

Now That's a Lie! Critical Look at Current Techniques and Tactics for Detecting Deceit
Breakout 1
The presentation will look at why people lie, the common myths about detecting lies and what is currently available for lie detection. Are the systems as useful as we think? Details

Totti Karpela, Director, Peace of mind threat management company Ltd, China

Integrity Due Diligence for Security Practitioners
Breakout 2
The ability to identify and mitigate compliance risks is becoming increasingly important. This presentation will explain how the security function can leverage its specific capabilities in the process. Details

Dr. Christoph Rojahn, Director, Forensic Department, Deloitte & Touche GmbH, Germany

Insider Job - the Culprit to Cargo Crime in Malaysia
Breakout 3
The presentation will focus on cargo growth, cargo crime statistics, cargo crime cases in Malaysia related to ‘Insiders Job’ as well as on worldwide cargo crime trend and implementing preventive measures. Details

Ching Eng Leong, SEA Regional Security Manager, Honeywell Global Security, Malaysia

19:00-21:00

President's Reception at the Marina Bay Sands Garden Walk, 4th floor - Sponsored by Tyco Integrated Security

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

09:00-10:00

Keynote: Global Supply Chain Resilience

Professor Mark Goh, Director (Industry Research) The Logistics Institute Asia Pacific at the National University of Singapore, Singapore
and Janet K. Benini, Associate Director, International Preparedness Programs, Secretary's Office of Intelligence, Security and Emergency Response, US Department of Transportation, US

10:00-10:30

Exhibition and Networking Break

10:30-11:20

The Modern Surveillance Threat: Examination of Traditional, New & Emerging Threats Faced By Modern Business
Breakout 1
Educational and informative examination of modern surveillance and espionage techniques. Using real examples and extensive knowledge to study the ways equipment, communications and techniques are used to attack modern business. Details

Jason Dibley, Technical Director, QCC Global Ltd, UK

Cloudy with the Chance of a Data Breach
Breakout 2
In this session will examine a process that allows to identify the key risks of moving to a cloud based service. Details

Wayne Tufek, IT Security and Risk Manager, University of Melbourne, Australia

11:25-12:15

PPS Project Management for Security Managers
Breakout 1
This presentation provides an overview of four project management stages and how they correlate to the six phases of the PPS life cycle. We'll explore attributes of successful project managers. Details

David Patterson CPP, PSP, Principal Partner, Patterson & Associates International Consulting, USA

Spy Versus Spy: How Terrorists Collect and Use Intelligence
Breakout 2
An examination into the methods used by terrorist groups to collect and use intelligence as a component of attack planning. This presentation provides an overview of the intelligence cycle. Details

Paul Burke, National Security Leader, Middle East & Africa, IBM Middle East, UAE

12:15-13:30

Lunch and Networking Break

13:30-14:20

Building a Security-Conscious Business Continuity (BCM) Programme
Breakout 1
This presentation, based on the long standing ASIS CMBC Council’s annual Crisis Management Workshop, illustrates how comprehensive BCM Programs can be developed to include security functions. Details

Sam Stahl, Programme Manager, Professional Services EMC, USA

Value-Based Security Procurement
Breakout 2
Understanding business requirements, appointing a security procurement steering committee, developing the RFI & RFP, evaluating bidder proposals, and touring the vendor facilities are all necessary of effective procurement and governance. Details

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

14:25-15:15

The Contribution of Security to Building and Managing Resilience
Breakout 1
This presentation considers the critical role of security leaders and managers in developing and maintaining support systems for national and global corporate resilience. Details

Jason Brown, National Security Director, Thales, Australia

FCPA Compliance - an Investigator's Perspective
Breakout 2
The FCPA has changed how companies conduct business and remains a constant threat to multinationals. Attendees will gain insight to a fraudster's mind set and learn how to detect potential misconduct. Details

Joseph Picarello, CPP, Senior Manager, Compliance Audit, Pentair Ltd, Singapore

In Harm’s Way: Building Successfully Integrated Travel Risk Management, Crisis Response and Evacuation Capabilities
Breakout 3
Drawn from real-life case studies, these best practices demonstrate how to successfully implement travel risk management, crisis response and evacuation capabilities. Details

Daniel Richards, CEO, Global Rescue, USA

Business Travellers — Keeping Your Greatest Assets Safe While They Are on the Move
Breakout 3
From murder and kidnap to loss of sensitive information, employees traveling on business are one of the biggest risks facing a company. Find out how to protect your greatest assets. Details

Geoff Clark, Principal Security Advisor, BGP International, CNPC, China

15:15-15:45

Exhibition and Networking Break

15:45-16:35

The Security Executive's Role for Governance of Security Risk
Breakout 1
The senior security executive carries the duty for ensuring the board's responsibility for risk management is documented in a risk management policy and plan, duly approved by the board. The security executive is to ensure that the board understands the implications of security risks taken by management in pursuit of returns, plus ensuring that the board's delegation to management adequately incorporates security risk management requirements. Details

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

Challenges of Protecting Your Corporate Travellers and Brand - Case Study World Cup Brazil 2014
Breakout 2
Case study detailing the challenges of corporate brand sponsorship and event management supporting high profile events in challenging environments, including travel and event management, security and brand protection. Details

Corin Dennison, CPP, Senior Manager Profit Protection (Investigations), adidas group, UK

Private Security in High Risk Environments
Breakout 3
Private security service providers are playing an ever increasing role in high risk environments. New contracting requirements, international standards, and liability issues are changing the playing field. How will this affect your business? Details

Dr. Marc Siegel, Commissioner, Global Standards Initiative, ASIS International, Belgium

16:40-17:30

Closing Plenary Session:

Panel Discussion on Geopolitical Risks
Tim Williams, Managing Director, Stirling Assynt, UK
Rodney Johnson, CPP, President, Erudite Risk, South Korea

19:00-22:00

ASIS International Singapore Chapter Year-End Networking Dinner (by invitation)
Venue: Begonia Ballroom, 3001 AB-3, Sands Expo and Convention Hall