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2011 Oslo Terrorist Attack in Focus at ASIS Europe 2013

 

Only a Few Weeks Left to Submit Your Abstract for ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013

 

Cyber Security Directive Faces Uncertain Fate in Parliament

 

Pakistan's Kaleem Ahmed Wins 2012 Walsh Award 

 

OLAF Accused of Using 'Illegal Means' in Dalligate Probe

 

Be a Speaker at ASIS Middle East 2014 in Dubai

 

EU Data Protection: European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee Backs Uniform Data Protection Rules

 

Europol Identifies 3600 Organised Crime Groups Active in the EU

 

Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor at ASIS Europe 2013, ASIS 2013, ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013 and ASIS Middle East 2014!

 

Firms See Smartphones as Weak Link in Cyber Security

 

Top US Official Calls for 'Careful' Review of EU Data Protection Rules

 

'Smart Borders': Enhancing Mobility and Security

 

Cyber Security Offers Commercial Opportunity, but Also Stokes Trade Tensions

 

EU Border Agency Keen to Expand Mediterranean Sea Surveillance

 

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a12011 Oslo Terrorist Attack in Focus at ASIS Europe 2013

Anders Groenli, Special Adviser for Strategic Security Risk Management of the Central Bank of Norway will be a keynote speaker at ASIS Europe 2013.

 

The ASIS 12th European Security Conference & Exhibition, will be held on 14-16 April 2013 in Gothenburg, Sweden. 

  

During his keynote presentation, Mr. Groenli will discuss the Oslo 22 July 2011 terrorist attack and its impact on current security thinking.

 

On 22 July 2011, one man was able to attack 

at the core of the Norwegian society during three hours. His actions killed 77 people and severely injured an additional 42. The presentation will focus on the consequences of the attack in terms of national security policies, but also for the security industry and security managers. 

 

Anders Groenli has recently left the consulting engineering company Arup in London, where he worked on threat assessments and security strategies for clients worldwide. During the last three years he also headed the development of threat definitions and attack scenarios for the European Union FP7 research project SPIRIT (Safety and Protection of built Infrastructure to Resist Integral Threats). Mr. Groenli formerly worked for the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as a Policy Adviser in the Norwegian Parliament and as a Project Manager for the European Commission.

 

Mr. Groenli has an MSc in Global Security from Cranfield University at the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, and a BA in Organisational Psychology and Political Science from the University of Oslo. In 2009 he received the Imbert prize "for the development of ideas for the advancement of risk and security management in the UK".

 

Book your ticket now for ASIS Europe 2013 and join around 500 senior security professionals that will gather on the occasion of the event.

   

6 Reasons why you should be at ASIS Europe:

  1. Industry leaders from important companies and organisations will speak about the latest developments, trends and innovations in security.
  2. Apply lessons learnt from other industries to your own sector.
  3. Connect with high-level security professionals from all over Europe and beyond.
  4. Get motivated by new ideas and information.
  5. Form new partnerships and reconnect with familiar faces in the industry.
  6. Get social and join discussions on the event on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter

In addition to the educational sessions delegates will get access to networking events and to the exhibition. 
 
  

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a2Only a Few Weeks Left to Submit Your Abstract for ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013

You have spent years honing your skills as a security professional. Now share your experience and knowledge by submitting a proposal for presentation at ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013 before 19 April 2013.

 

The ASIS Asia-Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition, will be held in Macau, China on 3-5 December 2013.

 

Abstracts on all security related topics are welcome. Particular topics of interest are: critical infrastructure protection, supply chain security, loss prevention, hotel security and soft targets protection, intellectual property, maritime piracy, terrorism, executive protection, internal theft and fraud, competitive intelligence, brand protection, physical security, cyber security and convergence, investigations, due diligence and global business issues.
 

Commercial presentations will not be selected. Presentation slots are 50 minutes and should include time for Q&A. Only English-language presentations will be accepted.
 
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a3Cyber Security Directive Faces Uncertain Fate in Parliament

EU attempts to introduce comprehensive new cyber security rules risk failure in the European Parliament, where Senior Administrators doubt the package will pass before the legislature's mandate expires, EurActiv has learned.

 

In addition to the launch of its new over-arching Cyber Security Strategy, the European Commission last month proposed a Directive with measures to ensure harmonised network and information security across the EU.

 

The proposed legislation will oblige companies to be audited for preparedness and to notify national authorities of cyber incidents with a "significant impact."

 

The Directive also suggests that market operators will be liable regardless of whether or not they carry out the maintenance of their network internally or if they outsource it.

 

The EU singled out a number of sectors which it claimed require more action on cyber security including "critical" infrastructure operators in energy, transport, banking and healthcare services. Key internet companies including payment services, social networks, search engines, cloud services, apps providers, e-commerce platforms, video sharing platforms and voice-over-Internet providers were also earmarked by the EU strategy.

 

The Commission has sent the proposal to the Parliament, where it is awaiting distribution amongst the committees likely to play a key role in the debate.

 

Which committee should lead the process remains to be decided, whilst rapporteurs and shadow rapporteurs will also need to be appointed.

 

The mandate of the current Parliament expires next year, and with elections set for May 2014, MEPs are likely to cease considering legislative matters weeks before as they prepare to canvass for votes.

 

Parliamentary sources told that the body has already signalled to the Commission that it will not be in a position to manage the debate of new legislative measures proposed by the EU executive after April this year.

 

Source: Euractiv

 

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a4Pakistan's Kaleem Ahmed Wins 2012 Walsh Award

The ASIS Foundation awarded its 2012 Timothy J. Walsh APC I Award to Kaleem Ahmed, member and secretary for ASIS Chapter 287 in Pakistan. "It is my strong desire to get acquainted with modern security practices, as what I first learned in the Pakistan military is somewhat different from corporate security," noted Ahmed in his application. Ahmed currently serves as security officer for Pakistan Petroleum Limited.

  

The Timothy J. Walsh APC I Award is intended for those practitioners with limited industry experience who are serving in a supervisory role.   

Applicants should have an interest in developing asset protection skills. The award is based on an applicant's performance and commitment to earning their ASIS certification.

 

 Since the award was established in 2005, 13 members have attended an APC I course.  Four of the winners have been from outside North America which evidences that every Foundation program or award is available to all ASIS members. 

 

 This annual award covers travel and registration expenses for one member to attend an ASIS APC I course. Ahmed plans to attend the March APC I course in Denver, Colorado, USA. "This course will be a positive impact on my career and support me in achieving my growth plans," offered Ahmed. 

 

Ahmed, who joined ASIS in 2007, is now focused on introducing his colleagues in Pakistan to the resources of ASIS. In his efforts to expand his network, he recently delivered a presentation at the ASIS 3rd Middle East Security Conference on the topic of "Pakistan-Dynamics of Terrorism."

 

Learn more about the Walsh Award and others offered annually by the ASIS Foundation. 

a5OLAF Accused of Using 'Illegal Means' in Dalligate Probe

Euractiv reported that green members of the European Parliament have accused the EU's anti-fraud office, OLAF, of using wire taping and other "illegal means" in the investigation which led to the resignation of John Dalli as Health Commissioner. Senior MEPs called for the OLAF Director to resign.

 

The so-called 'Dalligate' investigation took an unexpected turn on 21 March when the OLAF stood accused of using illegal means in its enquiry.

 

Dalli was forced to resign as EU Health Commissioner in October 2012 after an investigation connected him with an attempt to influence EU tobacco legislation.

 

But Green members of the European Parliament said that the accusations against Dalli were unfounded and that a meeting that allegedly took place between the former Commissioner and a Swedish tobacco manufacturer never happened.

 

Johan Gabrielsson, an official from the snus company Swedish Match, told Green MEP José Bové that Dalli had never held a meeting with tobacco lobbyist Gayle Kimberley, contradicting the OLAF inquiry. The conversation was recorded by Bové.

 

Gabrielsson said he was pressured by OLAF to conceal his knowledge that the meeting never took place when he appeared before Parliament on 9 January.

 

Source: Euractiv

 

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a6Be a Speaker at ASIS Middle East 2014 in Dubai

The call for presentations for ASIS 2014 is now open. Share your experience and knowledge by submitting a proposal for presentation before 15 July 2013.
  
The ASIS Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition, will be held in Dubai, UAE on 16-18 February 2014.

 

Abstracts on all security related topics are welcome. Particular topics of interest are: oil and gas security, offshore security, port security, critical infrastructure protection, supply chain security, loss prevention, hotel security and soft targets protection, intellectual property, maritime piracy, terrorism, executive protection, internal theft and fraud, competitive intelligence, brand protection, physical security, cyber security, investigations, due diligence and global business issues.

 

Commercial presentations will not be selected. Presentation slots are 50 minutes and should include time for Q&A. Only English-language presentations will be accepted.
 
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a7EU Data Protection: European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee Backs Uniform Data Protection Rules

The European Commission welcomed on 19 March the adoption of an opinion by the European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee (JURI) on the Commission's proposal for a Data Protection Regulation reforming the EU's data protection rules that date back to 1995. The opinion on the proposed Data Protection Regulation, drafted by MEP Marielle Gallo keeps up the momentum that is building towards the rapid adoption of new EU data protection rules. The JURI committee also voted on rapporteur Axel Voss' opinion on the Data Protection Directive for the law enforcement sector. The opinions voted will be submitted to the Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs Committee (LIBE), which will vote on its own reports in spring 2013.

 

"Today's votes by the European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee take us another step towards the swift adoption of a modern data protection reform in Europe," said Vice-President Viviane Reding, the EU's Justice Commissioner.

 

"I thank the JURI Committee and, in particular rapporteurs, MEPs Marielle Gallo and Axel Voss, for their effective work. All the elements are falling into place to make decisive political progress on this critical dossier in the months to come. What we need for Europe is a deal that is good for citizens and that is good for business. The data protection reform will also enhance trust among law enforcement authorities by facilitating exchanges of data to fight serious crime, while ensuring a high level of protection for citizens," Vice-President Reding added.

 

Source: European Commission - Directorate-General for Justice

 

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a8Europol Identifies 3600 Organised Crime Groups Active in the EU

In the most detailed study ever undertaken of its kind in the European law enforcement community Europol has identified an estimated 3,600 organised crime groups currently active in the EU. The EU Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment (SOCTA), published by Europol on 19 March, found that international drug trafficking remains the most active organised crime activity but it also identified the emergence of new criminal phenomena, many linked to the current economic crisis and the internet.  These new developments are changing the nature of organised crime towards a model based around a networked community of heterogeneous, international groups.

 

"A new breed of organised crime groups is emerging in Europe, capable of operating in multiple countries and criminal sectors. These groups are no longer defined by their nationality or specialisation in one area of crime but by an ability to operate on an international basis, with a business-like focus on maximising profit and minimising risk. They are the epitome of our new globalised society," says Rob Wainwright, Director of Europol.

 

The 2013 Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment (SOCTA) delivers a set of recommendations based on an in-depth analysis of the major crime threats facing the EU. The report draws on significant intelligence collected from law enforcement agencies in the EU Member States, other EU Agencies, and Europol's own databases.  The Council of Justice and Home Affairs Ministers will use the report's findings and recommendations to define priorities for the next four years.

 

Source: Europol

 

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a9Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor at ASIS Europe 2013, ASIS 2013, ASIS Asia-Pacific 2013 and ASIS Middle East 2014!

 

  

 

 

 

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a10Firms See Smartphones as Weak Link in Cyber Security

The explosion in smartphone use is leaving businesses vulnerable to cyberattacks since almost half of their employees' mobile phones can become a target, according to new research.

 

The 2012 Cyber Security Risk Report - published by Hewlett-Packard at the recent RSA security conference in San Francisco held on 25 February-1 March 2013 - found that mobile phone vulnerabilities rose significantly (68%) from 2011 to 2012, mirroring the growth of mobile applications and the use of smartphones.

 

Of the mobile applications tested by HP, 48% of them were found to be vulnerable to unauthorised access.

 

The HP report backed up other recent studies in finding that security risks faced by businesses and governments of all sizes are complicated and increasing and that anonymous "hacktivism" is on the rise.

 

"With the recent reports of attacks on Microsoft, Apple, Facebook and the New York Times, it further demonstrates that everyone is a target. Mobile devices have become a lucrative asset to hackers due to BYOD ['Bring your own device'] unmanaged security," said Itzhak Avraham, Chief Executive of the Israeli tech security company Zimperium.

 

"It is estimated that 81% of employees now use at least one mobile device for their work-related tasks. This trend exposes enterprises to a host of security risks which can't be ignored, yet most organisations have not even begun to address these risks," Avraham explained.

 

Source: Euractiv

 

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a11Top US Official Calls for 'Careful' Review of EU Data Protection Rules

America's Ambassador to the EU has called for a "coordinated international response" from both the EU and US in tackling organised crime.

Speaking in Brussels, William Kennard also called for a "deliberate and careful" review of EU data protection proposals.

Addressing a conference on serious crime, he said that crime rings not only smuggle tobacco and other excisable goods, but also traffic drugs, weapons and contraband.

This, he said, harms "both legitimate business and society as well."

In a keynote speech at the conference, organised by Europol and the British chamber of commerce in Belgium, Kennard said, "All of our countries are dealing with the costs and consequences of organised crime on a daily basis, from human trafficking to illicit drug smuggling and cybercrime."

He added, "Criminal enterprises engaging in this activity are increasingly sophisticated and fluid in their operations, often forging new alliances with other networks around the world."

Networks and the crimes they commit pose "serious threats" to vital infrastructure, economies, communications systems and citizens, he said, adding that "they demand a coordinated international response".

He told the one-day conference, "This coordinated international response requires the ability to effectively cooperate and demands responsible information sharing. It's frankly not very useful to hold a discussion of crime-fighting across borders that doesn't recognise the crucial role that information- and data-sharing plays. Getting the policy right is important. Involving law enforcement practitioners who can tell us whether these policies will help or hinder their pursuit of criminals is indispensable," added Kennard.

 

Source: Theparliament.com

 

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a12'Smart Borders': Enhancing Mobility and Security

The EU is moving towards a more modern and efficient border management by using state-of-the-art technology. On 28 February, the Commission proposed a 'smart border package' to speed-up, facilitate and reinforce border check procedures for foreigners travelling to the EU. The package consists of a Registered Traveller Programme (RTP) and an Entry/Exit System (EES) that will simplify life for frequent third country travellers at the Schengen external borders and enhance EU border security.

 

"The use of new technologies will enable smoother and speedier border crossing for third country citizens who want to come to the EU. Our aim is to facilitate the access of foreign travellers to the EU. This will not only be in the interest of the travellers but also the European economy. It has been estimated that in 2011 alone foreign travellers made a €271 billion contribution to our economy. Modernising our systems will also lead to a higher level of security by preventing irregular border crossings and detecting those who overstay'', said Cecilia Malmström, EU Commissioner for Home Affairs.

 

The package consists of:

  • A Registered Traveller Programme (RTP) will allow frequent travellers from third countries to enter the EU using simplified border checks, subject to pre-screening and vetting. It is estimated that 5 million legitimate non EU-travellers per year will make use of this new programme. The RTP will make use of automated border control systems (i.e. automated gates) at major border crossing points such as airports that make use of this modern technology. As a result, border checks of Registered Travellers would be much faster than nowadays.
  • An Entry/Exit System (EES) will record the time and place of entry and exit of third country nationals travelling to the EU. The system will calculate the length of the authorised short stay in an electronic way, replacing the current manual system, and issue an alert to national authorities when there is no exit record by the expiry time. In this way, the system will also be of assistance in addressing the issue of people overstaying their short term visa.

Source: European Commission - Directorate-General for Home Affairs.

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a13Cyber Security Offers Commercial Opportunity, but Also Stokes Trade Tensions

The European Commission wants new cyber security rules to spur industrial growth by turning Europe into a showcase for lucrative security products, but the use of cyber security as a proxy for protectionism is also stymieing trade.

 

The European Commission last month launched its over-arching Cyber Security Strategy, including measures to ensure harmonised network and information security across the EU. Whilst consultations were under way on this last June the EU Executive simultaneously launched an action plan for the security industry.

 

The programme intends to empower the industry to stay in Europe and to continue producing high quality security products. The Commission action plan includes proposals to harmonise standards and certification procedures for security technologies and exploit synergies between security and defence research.

 

Next month the EU Executive is organising workshops in Ispra, Warsaw and Edinburgh, to set roadmaps for standardisation in the general security sector as part of the action plan.

 

The current fragmented market weakens the competitiveness of Europe's security industry, said European Commission Vice President Antonio Tajani, responsible for enterprise and entrepreneurship.

 

"This lack of an "EU brand" is especially critical as the future key markets for security technologies will not be in Europe but in emerging countries," Tajani said.

 

Source: Euractiv

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a14EU Border Agency Keen to Expand Mediterranean Sea Surveillance

Spanning some 2.5 million square kilometres, the Mediterranean Sea remains largely outside the surveillance scope of Member States and the Warsaw-based EU border agency Frontex. "We do not know at present what is going on in the Mediterranean Sea. We do not know, nor do the Member States," Edgar Beugels, Head of Research and Development at Frontex, told on 18 March.

 

Beugels said the agency is looking at different technologies to increase the "situational awareness" of the EU's external borders, including the use of drones or so-called remotely piloted aircraft (RPA).

 

"Remotely piloted aircraft is just one of the technologies we are looking into. At this moment we do not know if this is a technology that we could potentially give to the border guard community," he noted.

 

The unmanned aircraft have the potential to fly for longer periods of time when compared to piloted planes.

 

Patrol aircraft have a four to five hour run time before having to return to refuel and for crew rest, explained Beugels. The EU agency says the cost effectiveness of RPAs is still relatively unknown and needs further study, however.

 

Source: EU Observer

 

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a15Global Agenda

14-16 April 2013 - ASIS 12th European Security Conference & Exhibition - Gothenburg, Sweden

8-9 May 2013 - ASIS 23rd New York Security Conference & Expo - New York, USA

24-27 September 2013 - ASIS 59th Annual Seminar & Exhibits - Chicago, USA

 

3-5 December 2013 - ASIS 7th Asia-Pacific Security Forum & Exhibition - Macau, China

 

16-18 February 2014 - ASIS 5th Middle East Security Conference & Exhibition - Dubai, UAE 

a16Professional Development

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 2 April: Seven Sins of Executive Protection

 

17 April: Check Your ID at the Door

 

e-Learning

 

This month highlighting: Fiber Optics and IP Networking.

 

Classroom Programmes

 

2013 at a glance.

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