The Security Institute’s next Masterclass will focus on the topic of converged security risk, and explore various high-impact scenarios that can result from advanced and persistent threats.
Taking place between 10.00 am and 4.00 pm on Tuesday 24 September at The Crystal Building in London (home of Siemens), over the duration of the day dedicated speakers will provide anecdotal evidence about priorities for security measures and approaches to dealing with converged threats.
Confirmed speakers include Mike O’Neill CSyP, Dan Solomon, Azeem Aleem and Peter Fraser-Hopewell.
They will illustrate a range of scenarios that best demonstrate converged vulnerabilities or attacks. In a plenary session, attendees will be asked to tackle the implications for security and planning.
The Security Institute’s latest Masterclass will conclude with an interactive Q&A session, in particular designed to consider Best Practice in managing/organising a converged security set-up for both preventative and reactive functions, doctrinal concepts that should be adopted and a methodology for the conduct of appropriate internal security.
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Cost of attendance is £95 for Institute members and £145 non-members.
Venue: The Crystal, 1 Siemens, Brothers Way, Royal Victoria Docks, London E16 1AD
Opened in the autumn of 2012, Siemens’ £30 million centre for urban sustainability is located in the Royal Victoria Docks. The Crystal is a striking glass-faceted structure built as a permanent showcase for sustainable technologies and is an excellent conference and seminar venue.
For further information on The Security Institute’s Masterclass contact Vickie Bailiss (events co-ordinator at The Security Institute) on (tel) 08453 707717 or via e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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