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The Modern Surveillance Threat: Examination of Traditional, New and Emerging Threats Faced By Modern Business

Tuesday, 9 December
Breakout 1

The aim of the presentation is to inform and educate security professionals of the very real threat organisations face from modern surveillance technology and techniques. Different threat vectors will be examined and described, with real world examples. Looking at commercially available devices and techniques that; exploit, mobile and fixed communications, spoken word, building systems, procedures and infrastructure to collect unauthorised information. The correct countermeasures for each included threat, will be examined and explained. The presentation will convey valuable specialist information allowing attendees to become more informed on the subject and address the problem with clearer knowledge of this fascinating topic.

Presented by: Jason Dibley, Technical Director, QCC Global Ltd, UK

Jason Miles Dibley is a founding Director of QCC Global. Holding HND’s and a Diploma in Engineering Management for Electronics and Communications. Having also trained extensively in the field of covert technical surveillance/counter surveillance. Jason has a long and established career in this field spending 21 years in Overt/Covert deployments as an engineer with the TSU Metropolitan Police in London, supporting technical operations undertaken Met Police and Security Services in worldwide operations commanded from Scotland Yard’s Specialist Crime Directive. Between 1998 and the present Jason and his team of TSCM specialists have been involved in many complex /sizable technical inspections spanning over 77 countries on 5 continents. Leading to the successful discovery of active industrial/state sponsored espionage attacks and evidence of past hostile activity. A member of ASIS, DISA, The Security Institute an Advisory Board member of the Espionage Research Institute (Washington) and a founder member of the TSCM Institute.