This week witnessed the opening of the 2012 Global Security Summit, which ran at London’s Olympia on Wednesday 10 and Thursday 11 October.
The Global Security Summit’s Advice Centre was staffed by experts from The Security Institute, ASIS, the BSIA and the FPA and specifically designed to offer unrivalled expert opinion and advice on the varied security challenges facing today’s end users.
In addition, London’s Deputy Mayor Kit Malthouse opened proceedings on Thursday (talking about Mayor Boris Johnson’s apprenticeships drive), and we confirmed a speaking session for LOCOG’s head of security Andrew Amery.
Andrew Amery, head of security co-ordination for London 2012 organiser LOCOG, has been confirmed to speak at the inaugural Global Security Summit
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Learn how to avoid the pitfalls of security procurement by attending the Advice Centre
Info4Security outlines the high level education programme for the inaugural Global Security Summit in London
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James Willison and Sarb Sembhi bring the thoughts behind ‘The Security Convergence Movement’ to GSS
We speak to TSI and ASIS UK chairmen Mike Bluestone and Mike Alexander about the future for the security sector
The BBC documentary ‘Britain’s Private War’ investigated the UK’s armed private security industry
Kit Malthouse – the Deputy Mayor for London – will be delivering an address on Mayor Boris Johnson’s Apprenticeships Campaign
Analytics, ‘big data’ and smart technologies in the security space will be the focus for IBM’s Ron Fellows during his conference session