Since 2016 Werner Cooreman CPP PSP is Chief Security Officer at Solvay, a market leading international chemistry group. Through 22 years of security leadership experience, Werner has transformed security management in Solvay to a fully converged function, managing the entire spectrum of security risk.
Previously, he held international security leadership positions in other industries and security competence areas. This journey has allowed him to gain insight into what the common denominators for success are that makes security a business enabler.
He is a long-standing volunteer leader with ASIS International and is currently a member of its Global Board of Directors. Prior to this, he was respectively vice-chair and chair of the former Standards & Guidelines Commission, which was transformed to the current Professional Standards Board.
He holds a MA degree from the Belgian Royal Military Academy, as well as various certificates and complementary degrees in multiple security areas.
Mykola MIKHEIEV is a Ukraine bar advocate and SOC Officer (Security Operations Centre) with EUAM Ukraine (European Union Advisory Mission). Mykola is also the due diligence and freelance investigating specialist as a certified CFE (Certified Fraud Examiner). He is an IT sector consultant on the convergence of Physical, Personnel, and Information security. Educated with UK Defence Academy, he is a retiary of Ukraine law enforcement. Mykola worked with the Ukraine National Bureau of INTERPOL, Ministry of Interior personnel, and internal investigation inspection and was seconded to the diplomatic post with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine to the Middle East. Mykola also had experience with international UN, OSCE, and EU peace-enforcing field missions and worked at UN Secretariat in New York as a volunteer. Mykola was acquainted with ASIS in 2015 while working with security subcontracting companies for International Governmental Organizations in Iraq and Afghanistan. In December 2018, he was among the first security professionals who pass the newly introduced ASIS APP certification. Being devoted to continued professional education, Mykola endured ASIS board certifications and passed CPP in January 2020 and PSP in November 2020. Mykola culminated as the first Eastern European crowned with triple ASIS certifications in March 2021 when he gave the ASIS PCI exam. Mykola has been leading the ASIS Ukraine chapter as elected Chairman since 2021 and has been acknowledged by ASIS International as the CPP trainer at the GSX 2022.
Global Head Operations & Security – Corporate Mobility , AXA Partners UK
Shaun has over 27 years of experience in all aspects of security and crisis management since leaving the British Military (13 years’ service). He is currently Global Head of Security and Operations for the Corporate Mobility related services supported corporate clients globally for all aspects of travel risk management. Prior to joining AXA Partners, Shaun was the Head of Crisis and Security Management for a prominent risk consultancy company based in Singapore. During this time he supervised many crisis evacuations and implemented business continuity, crisis management and security and risk management plans and audits for many multinational corporations and high net worth individuals around the world.
Before moving to Asia, Shaun was based in London where he managed the Security & Risk department for Perot systems and was responsible for all European and Indian operations and the safety and security of over seven thousand staff. Shaun has worked as a security advisor to the Qatar Foreign/Prime Minister in Doha for a period of five years after a coup attempt to overthrow the ruling family. During this time he worked and liaised extensively with many foreign governments, military and police forces around the world.
While serving in the British military he specialised in counterterrorism in Northern Ireland, UK mainland, the Middle East and Asia. Shaun holds an MSc from Leicester University in Security & Risk Management. Shaun is also a member and Fellow with the FCiiCM.
Markus joined F24 AG in 2022. He worked in several positions in different security and crisis teams, was one of the first officers in the Kommando Spezialkräfte and his experience from the wars in former Yugoslavia as well as his many years of leadership experience in industry give him confidence when acting in critical events.
Markus studied Security and Crisis Management in Kiel and have more than 20 years of experience in security and crisis management with Lufthansa and Boehringer Ingelheim. During his time in the industry he managed, beside some other crisis, the evacuation of two crews out of Mumbai during the terror attacks and the covid-19 crisis during his time in the pharmaceutical industry.
Markus holds a Degree in security & crisis studies at the Police Administrative College in Schleswig-Holstein Markus is married, has two children, and in his free time, he enjoys riding his roadbike.
Nathan Green is a Senior Subject Matter Expert in cybersecurity risk at Dataminr, a New York-based company that specialises in artificial intelligence to provide real-time information alerts to public and private sector clients. He received an MA in National Security Studies from Georgetown University’s Walsh School of Foreign Service and a BA from the University of Maine. He also serves on the State Department’s OSAC cybersecurity committee.
Glenn Schoen (1963) is a crisis and security management advisor and CEO of Boardroom@Crisis BV. An American with Dutch roots, he has over 35 years’ international experience including work for Ernst & Young, TranSecur and International Security Management in Europe and the USA. In the course of his career he has served over 350 consulting and 250 analysis service clients including corporations, international organizations, associations, family offices and select government agencies, a high number of those engagements involving crisis situations. Key specialties outside crises in general include terrorism, major event security, VIP security, and threat assessment. Secondary activities include volunteer work for global security professional platforms OSAC, ASIS, and UNICRI, and at the White House. He is honored to serve ASIS on its new European Board. He lectured for 10 years at Georgetown University’s Continuing Studies program, still supports two university level learning programs, and regularly provides commentary for the media (1000+ interviews). This includes nearly 30 years of guest appearances on CNN, the world’s largest media platform.
Head of Research & Artificial Intelligence, Crisis24
Matteo Grella is responsible for managing the global artificial intelligence team of Crisis24.
Matteo’s expertise has the distinction of combining vision, leadership, and technical background. His experience includes AI projects at private companies, universities, and government agencies. His research focuses on Natural Language Processing and related Machine Learning models. He is involved in Open-Source projects and publishes papers on these subjects.
Part of Crisis24 since the acquisition of EXOP in 2021, he oversees the application of cutting-edge technologies enabling analysts to track global events faster and have a better understanding of their impact, implications, and outcomes.
Michael Roberts is the Chief Physical Security for AXA Partners, a company that operates from over 75 offices globally, providing everything from roadside assistance, to medical and security evacuation services. Prior to joining AXA, Michael was the Director of Crisis and Security Consulting at Control Risks in the Middle East where he was responsible for the profitability and servicing of the company’s commitments in a wide variety of industries.
Peter J French, CPP, award the Member of the British Empire in 2010. He is the Chief Executive of SSR® Personnel, the leading recruitment consultancy in the field of security risk, permanent or interim hire, with a significant workforce presence in Europe and the Middle East. SSR® has been recognised globally as a best-in-class security recruitment consultancy in the S&FEA. He has been recognised as one of the sectors security visionaries in the IFSEC annual listing. SSR Middle East has also been awarded best security recruitment company in the region. Peter serves on the Chartered Security Professionals Registration Authority. He is a Fellow of the Security Institute, ASIS Certified Protection Professional, a Past Master, Principle Founding Member, and former Trustee of the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals. He is one of the co-founders of the Security Benevolent Fund that supports those in the security profession that require financial support in times of need. With a dedicated team of Volunteers, he organises the WCoSP Spring Dance that has to date raised over £658,000 for good causes. Peter was honoured as the 6th recipient of the Root & Branch award by the City Liveries Club for his ongoing work with the City of London Livery and Charities.
Jason Dibley is the technical director of QCC Global Ltd, a global TSCM provider, serving commercial & government entities with offices in the UK & Singapore.
He has been active in countering espionage operations for the last 25 years & constantly evolves new procedures & solutions for emerging surveillance threats. Previously Jason spent 20 years as a covert surveillance engineer with New Scotland Yard working operationally alongside numerous global security services & military units. He is a founder member of the Technical Surveillance Countermeasures Institute (TSCMi) & an advisory board member of the ERiI (Espionage Research Institute International) both bodies of excellence within the TSCM industry.