SyI Annual Conference Speakers

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Now in its 9th year, the Annual Conference & Exhibition is the premier educational event for the Institute, its members and specially invited guests. This year’s Conference will explore the security issues that have arisen in 2016 and which will impact on security practice into 2017 and beyond. With just a month to go we are pleased to announce the presentation subjects of the majority of our speakers:

  • ‘Privacy and Security in the Era of Big Data and Terrorist Threats’  by Major General Chip Chapman CB – a regular ‘talking head’ on Sky News as an analyst/commentator on terrorism, radicalisation, government Counter-Terrorist policies and Middle East strategies
  • ‘The Challenge of Managing a Corporate Crisis’  by Sean Cunningham OBE – Group Operations Manager for the Inkerman Group and previously the Head of Hostage Negotiation at New Scotland Yard
  • ‘Current Threats to our National Security’ by Lord Evans of Weardale KCB DL – a senior Associate Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute and an Honorary Professor at the University of St Andrews. Previously Director-General of the British Security Service
  • ‘The Road Less Travelled’by Sue Fish OBE QPM – Chief Constable of Nottinghamshire Police and the National Policing Lead for Business Crime Reduction
  • ‘Developing our ability to manage conflict’ by Bill Fox – Maybo Founder & Executive Chairman. Bill is a leading specialist in the prevention and management of conflict and violence and has helped organisations assess and reduce risks to staff and the people they serve
  • Co-Chair of the Conference and Conference Summary Professor Martin Gill CSyP FSyI – a criminologist and Director of Perpetuity Research. Martin has been actively involved in a range of studies relating to different aspects of business crime and has published 14 books
  • Opening Address and Co-Chair of the Conference Baroness Ruth Henig CBE– President of the Security Institute and a Deputy Speaker in the House of Lords, previously Chairman of the Security Industry Authority
  • Dr Karin von Hippel – Director-General of the Royal United Services Institute and recently served as Chief of Staff to General John Allen, Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition to Counter-ISIL
  • ‘Coming to terms with being a Crisis Leader’ by Brett Lovegrove FSyI – Chief Executive of the City Security and Resilience Network (CSARN), Chairman of the National Business Crime Forum and Chairman of the Defence and Security Group of the London Chamber of Commerce
  • ‘Exploring the security risk in a global business’ by Neil Robertson – Group Head of Security at Unilever
  • ‘Inclusive Safety and Security’ by Sir David Veness CBE QPM – formerly Assistant Commissioner of Specialist Operations in the Metropolitan Police and UN Under Secretary-General for Safety and Security, now Honorary Professor of International Relations at the University of St Andrew
There are still a few delegate places available so please use the booking link below to ensure you don’t miss this opportunity to hear from some of the leading lights of the security world.
Venue: Amba Hotel March Arch, Bryanston Street, London, W1H 7EH
Date: Thursday 22nd September 2016
Following the Security Institute Annual Conference, we will be hosting this year’s Professional Security Magazine’s, Women in Security Awards gala dinner. Women in Security Awards are the security profession’s dedicated awards that recognise and honour the accomplishments, value and contributions of women within the wider world of security. 

This is an ideal opportunity to network with delegates, speakers, sponsors and exhibitors.

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