Technology and Solutions Theatre

The Technology & Solutions Theatre is the parallel track outside of the main program and specially designed for exhibitors to showcase their products, services and the expertise to the delegates. This theatre which seats about 20 people is positioned in a prominent spot on the exhibition. This track will be featured on the website and onsite program. There are only limited slots available, which are assigned on first-come-first serve basis. The time slots are being confirmed as soon as the official conference program is announced and upon receipt of the payment from exhibitors.

Book your Exhibition space early and take this unique opportunity to speak about your technology, products or services or to do a demonstration!

Monday, 16 February, 2015

10:30 - 10:50

Empowering People and Organisations through Technology-Enabled Processes

Tim Grant, CEO, and David Nicholls, Business Development Executive, Track24, UAE

Persistent global instability, increasingly limited natural resources, volatile financial markets and the emergence of new centres of economic growth are compelling companies to go further afield in order to grow their businesses. Given these developments, companies today have a duty of care for their employees. In order to keep their employees safe, companies need to know where their people are and have an obligation to enhance the safety of their workforce and the role of technology in this regard is crucial. Without robust security systems in place, locating staff in a crisis can be a protracted process, compromising employee safety and incurring unnecessary costs or delays to business operations. However, despite the evident risks and security threats associated with a dispersed workforce, the reality remains that most organisations still struggle to meet their duty of care. As new global trends continue to challenge the way companies operate, the need for security tracking and location management continues to grow. With expertise in providing security processes to organisations in Iraq and Afghanistan for over a decade, Track24 has a unique insight into how technology can help companies address their safety and security challenges in an increasingly volatile world.

11:00 - 11:20

PSIM (Physical Security Information Management)

Ranjan Maini, B.E., CPP, CHS-III, LEED-AP®, President, Apex Consultants, UAE

PSIM provides a single platform to integrate multiple & disparate Security Systems, Building Management Systems, Network Management & Social Media for total Security Situational Awareness. It allows management of an entire enterprise, city, state etc. through a single user interface. PSIM allows local customization to evolving issues and additions or replacement of sub-systems. This minimizes operator training & improves operator effectiveness ad training is limited to a single platform regardless of sub-systems changes or additions.

11:25 - 11:45 Available

11:50 - 12:10 Available

13:30 - 13:50

Modern Surveillance Threat

Jason Dibley, Technical Director, QCC Global, UK

Jason Dibley Technical Director at QCC Global investigates some of the traditional, new and emerging technical surveillance threats faced by modern business, examining how modern technology can be used to spy on commercial entities, and steps that can be taken to protect from corporate espionage attacks.

Tuesday, 17 February, 2015

08:00 – 09:00

ASIS Dubai Chapter Meeting

10:30 - 10:50

A Holistic Approach to Perimeter Security

Kenneth M. White, PSP, Managing Director, Ameristar Fence, USA

Establishing and maintaining the perimeter of a facility or asset is a key component to an effective physical site security program. After defining the anticipated threats, physical security products and procedures can be put into place and implemented to better achieve the protection objectives. Fences, barriers, gates, bollards, planters, and pedestrian and vehicular access control systems establish the perimeter. These products can be integrated with intrusion detection sensors, cameras, lighting, and communication equipment to effectively deter, deny, delay, detect, and respond to threats. Policies can be adopted to address procedural security threats. Recent product developments (with test video clips), design/build technologies, and procedures will be highlighted and discussed, focusing on a holistic approach to physical site security.

11:00 - 11:20

HID Global

More information to come.

11:25 – 11:45

The Treasure that is not being secured. Damaged, faulty or end of lifecycle hard drives, solid state drives and data tape. The incredible risks to your organization and how to avoid them.

Jason McMillen, Business Development and Sales Manager, Garner Products, Inc., USA

A 1TB hard disk drive could have 70 million pages of information on it or 100 million credit card files or the blueprints for every structure in all of the Middle East. Just one drive. How does your organization keep track of its electronic media? We will discuss security solutions used by government and Fortune 500 companies that can protect that critical information. We will also give attendees an understanding of the methods and underlying technology.

14:25 - 15:10

Five Must-Have Tools in Young Professional Career Toolbox (Panel discussion)

Mirza Husein, CPP
Fatima Alnowais
Moderator: James Butler

More information to come.

15:45 - 16:05

Women in Security

Leight Sherwood, WIS Lead, Abu Dhabi Chapter, UAE

More information to come.

16:10 - 16:30

Women in Security

Priyanka Uthman

More information to come.