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Alexander Zippel, CPP

Corporate Security, Deutsche Post DHL Group, DE
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Andy Davis, CPP

Managing Director, Trident Manor Limited, UK
Andy is a security risk management expert having operated within international governmental organisations and senior corporate positions around the world. After establishing Trident Manor in 2013 Andy has continued to support national and international organisations understand and manage the risks that they face. He holds a MSc. In Security & Risk Management, CPP accreditation, is a Fellow of the Security Institute and a Chartered Security Professional (CSyP). In January 2018 Andy became the Vice Chair of the ASIS Cultural Properties Council.



Using Physical and Technical Measures to Protect Cultural and Heritage Venues
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Andy Williams, CPP

Senior Partner / VP Business Development & Quality Assurance, Temi Group / Safe Hotels Alliance, TR
Andy Williams is based in Istanbul with the global security risk management company, Temi Group. Prior to this he was Head of Security for TDIC – a UAE government entity engaged in master development of new city builds and tourism infrastructure This appointment was preceded by 15 years in the hospitality industry, principally with Marriott International- Ritz Carlton as a Regional Director of Loss Prevention within covering Europe Middle East and Africa. On the vocational front, Andy served as a Regional Vice President for ASIS International; is a member of The Security Institute, The Royal Society for Promotion and a former member of the European Institute of Corporate Security Management. He has also worked in liaison with: UK government NaCTSO - The EU Council and United Nations Intelligence Crime and Justice Research Unit on projects relating to counter terrorism and is also an Advisory Board Member of CSARN.





Conference Training module: Travel Risk Management description
Inside Knowledge - Hotel Safety and Security description
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Aurore Chatard

Regional Security Manager Central Europe, International SOS and Control Risks, CH
After graduating in Law and Foreign Languages, Aurore Chatard got a Master degree in Business Intelligence. Officer in the French Navy, she served in a number of appointments (including NATO and UN).

In 2013, she joined International SOS as a Regional Security Manager and now works in Geneva. Responsible for Central Europe, she supports companies/organizations that send business travellers and expatriates abroad. As an expert in risk assessment, training, evacuation operations, she recently deployed to South Korea, Qatar, Uzbekistan and Nigeria. True solution maker, she created crisis management simulation exercises.




Classroom Training 2:Travel Risk Management



The Young Professional's USP


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Axel Petri

Axel Petri

Senior Vice President Group Security Governance, Deutsche Telekom, DE
Axel Petri is responsible for assuring enterprise-wide security for the Deutsche Telekom group; spanning strategy, regulations, and control, as well as steering the group-wide cooperation of all security departments in all security domains. Deutsche Telekom’s operations cover fixed and mobile network infrastructure and cloud solutions for consumers, businesses and the public sector in more than 50 countries.


Masterclass 2: GDPR and its impacts on Enterprise Security description
Security Leaders Panel Debate session description
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Barrie Millett

Head of Group Security, Wesleyan Group, UK
Barrie became Head of Group Security for Wesleyan in Jan 2017 where he has developed and implemented a new function and strategic approach for Security – cyber and physical, BCP and Data Protection. Joining Wesleyan after 8 with EON UK as Head of Resilience and 5 years with GE in senior regional resilience roles. Prior to his corporate roles Barrie was a consultant providing risk management leadership to a variety of corporations across the globe. Barrie started his career as a Royal Marines Commando serving with 40 Commando RM and HQ Commando Forces. Barrie is Honorary President ASIS UK Chapter.






Classroom Training Module 1: Fundamentals of Cyber-Physical Security

ESRM CASE STUDY: From Vision to Reality - Developing and Embedding a Cross-Functional Strategy
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Ben Suurd, CPP

Regional Head of Security Europe / AMESA, Reckitt Benckiser, NL
Ben Suurd is a Global Corporate Security Manager Europe at Reckitt Benckiser. He is responsible for developing and implementing strategic security programs and processes designed to protect Reckitt Benckiser employees, products and assets. These efforts include policy development; physical and operational security; crisis management/business continuity; supply chain security; brand protection; travel safety and security; executive protection and liaison with international, federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.

Ben is well known within the security community as former Board Member and Young Professionals Liaison Officer of the ASIS International Benelux Chapter as an active member of the CSO Center, and as Secretary for the YP council of ASIS International. He has previously worked within several companies and for the Dutch Government, most recently as an Information Security Officer at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands.


Interactive Session: Skillsets of the Security Team Now and in the Near Future
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Bianca Zonne, PCI

Security Manager, TomTom, NL
Bianca looks after security for TomTom’s 4.700 staff and it’s 58 offices in 35 countries. Best known for being a global leader in navigation and mapping products, TomTom also creates state-of-the-art fleet management solutions and industry-leading location-based products. With an MA in English from the University of Amsterdam, Bianca’s is not the typical security background. Over the years this has proved to be an important asset; bridging the communication gap between security principles and the real world and between crisis plans and crisis management.




Crisis Management Training: Preparing for Data Extortion Crises
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Carl Erickson, CPP

CISO, Philips Lighting, NL
Carl Erickson is the CISO of Philips Lighting, the #1 Lighting and Lighting Solutions company in the world. Carl previously held roles with Royal Dutch Philips across two separate periods, most recently as Senior Director of Threat Management within the global Information Security Office. In between, he worked as a Counterintelligence Agent assigned to NATO, specializing in cyber threats and investigations. During his time with NATO, he deployed twice to Afghanistan and worked the full spectrum of Counterintelligence activities

How Digital Asset Valuation Impacts Risk Assessments
Security Leaders Panel Debate: Risk and Responsibility
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Dr. Christoph Rojahn

Christoph Rojahn (Dr.)

Director, Forensic Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers, CEE/CIS, CZ
Dr. Christoph Rojahn is a Director with the Forensic department of a Big4 advisory firm, specializing in complex and multi-jurisdictional investigations. He is a graduate of the universities of Oxford, Birmingham and Munich as well as the ASIS/Wharton Program for Security Executives. He was previously responsible for internal investigations and security threat monitoring of one of the world's largest financial services providers.

Dr. Rojahn has worked for several specialized consultancy firms as well as a German intelligence service and has lectured and published extensively on issues including investigations, intelligence and terrorism.


Masterclass 2: GDPR and its Impacts on Enterprise Security
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Christoph Teuber

Head of Group Security, Swiss Re, CH
Christoph Teuber heads Group Security of Swiss Re and joined the company three years ago. Before he was leading a unit in physical security in a global banking company, worked in the client management and risk engineering at Swiss Re. He holds a master in forensic sciences and criminology of the University of Lausanne, Switzerland.




Introducing Global Physical Access Control at Swiss Re: Challenges and Learnings
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Craig Gundry, PSP

Lead Instructor, Anti-Terrorism Programs, S2 Safety & Intelligence Institute, US
Craig Gundry is the Vice President of Special Projects for Critical Intervention Services (CIS) and S2 Institute’s lead instructor for anti-terrorism and targeted violence mitigation. Mr. Gundry is responsible for directing CIS security and emergency management consulting and training projects pertaining to terrorism, critical infrastructure security, and targeted violence risk mitigation. Mr. Gundry is also the architect of the Guardian SafeSchool Program® and CIS Anti-Terrorism Officer Division.

Craig Gundry is the Vice President of Special Projects for Critical Intervention Services (CIS) and S2 Institute’s lead instructor for anti-terrorism and targeted violence mitigation. Mr. Gundry is responsible for directing CIS security and emergency management consulting and training projects pertaining to terrorism, critical infrastructure security, and targeted violence risk mitigation. Mr. Gundry is also the architect of the Guardian SafeSchool Program® and CIS Anti-Terrorism Officer Division.

Prior to joining CIS and the S2 Institute in 1999, Mr. Gundry was the President of Palladium Media Group, a company specializing in training and consulting on explosive, chemical, and biological terrorism. Mr. Gundry's expertise in the mitigation of targeted violence began in 1991 as a specialist in force protection and anti-terrorism with the United States Army.

Mr. Gundry is the author of the acclaimed Bomb Countermeasures for Security Professionals CD-ROM and has published numerous articles, manuals, and papers on security design and preparedness for acts of terrorism and targeted violence. Mr. Gundry is also a frequent consultant on issues relating to terrorism, targeted violence, and weapons of mass destruction and has provided expert commentary for numerous media organizations including BBC, CNN, and Fox News Network.

As an instructor, Mr. Gundry has been training security, police, and emergency responders in terrorism-related issues for over 18 years. Some examples of his clients include the US Capitol Police, US Central Command, US Department of Justice, US Special Operations Command, Azerbaijan Ministry of National Security, Iraqi Ministry of Interior, European Commission (EU), European External Action Service (EU), Federal Bureau of Prisons, Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs, Government of the Netherlands, Government of Oman, Organization for Security & Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), Saudi Arabian National Guard, and UAE Critical National Infrastructure Authority (CNIA). In addition to private clients, his previous public students have included over 3,000 security professionals, facility managers, military personnel, police officers, and federal officials from over 40 nations.


Soft Targets and Terrorism Risk Management
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Daniela Valenti

Global Project Manager, Pyramid Temi Group, IT
Daniela Valenti, born in New York (NY), is dual nationality USA and Italian. She has been a member of Pyramid staff since 1995 where she has progressed through the full range of corporate intelligence and security matters.

Since 2012 she has been the head of Pyramid Temi Group, Travel Risk Management, Global Projects, coordinating travel security, of both public and privately owned multinationals, operating in complex environments. She has consolidated experience in managing, and troubleshooting, operations across Asia and Africa, and has assisted large corporations in the development of their TRM Departments.

She is a member of ASIS.






Travel Risk Management - How to set up a Travel Risk Management Programme
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Daniella de Nijs

Student Safety & Security Studies, Inholland Rotterdam, NL
Daniella de Nijs, 22 years old and living in the lively city of Rotterdam. Currently I am in my fourth year of the Safety & Security studies at Inholland Rotterdam. My interests include cybersecurity, which is why I am working as a security analyst and doing my internship at Fox-IT in Delft, a cybersecurity company. I will join the panel Security Profession Game Changers -The Ne(x)t Generation as a Young Professional working in cybersecurity.
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Declan Garrett (Dr.)

Head of Security, Louvre Abu Dhabi, UAE
Dr. Garrett is a Doctor of Security Risk Management and Head of the Security Unit of Louvre Abu Dhabi. He is a member of ASIS Cultural Properties Council and chairs their Museum Committee. He is experienced within all aspects of the private security sector and training and education. Particularly, he is a thought leader on private security career paths, museum security and security management and is a published author. Dr Garrett is Director of Academic Research at the Security Institute of Ireland and chairs the Board of Governors for Academic Standards and has worked on projects internationally professionalizing the private security sector.




Soft Target Protection: Best Practices from Cultural Properties
Private security personnel: the most important aspect of security but what are we doing to develop them?
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Detlev Weise

CEO, exploqii, DE
Detlev Weise founded exploqii with a business partner in 2014. An expert in video communication, he has been a popular partner and service provider to renowned international corporations for more than 10 years. Weise regularly gives lectures and conducts seminars on complexity reduction, simplified communication and presentation techniques to companies, associations and universities.
In 2016, the pre-produced security awareness videos in the exploqii library received the OSPA - Outstanding Security Performance Award - as an outstanding initiative for security training. In January 2018 exploqii was recognized as the Gold Winner in the Security Education product category of the 2018 Cybersecurity Excellence Awards.
Before founding exploqii, Detlev Weise held the position of managing director and was responsible for video producers and online marketing agencies in Germany and abroad. Weise also worked for international companies such as Alcatel, Reuters and Dow Jones.



Information overload: Security Awareness in the Digital Era
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Dominic Turl

Head of Technical Services, Esoteric, UK
A Chartered Engineer, Dom is an experienced engineering manager and technologist with extensive exposure to national security and counter-terrorism technology projects and operations within policing and across government. Dom is responsible for the delivery of Esoteric Ltd’s technical services, its operating standards and its technical innovation and development, working closely with all members of the operational and technical teams to ensure exceptional client service delivery. With over 17 years of TSCM experience and government security vetting at the highest level, Dom is a keen technology enthusiast and works hard to ensure that Esoteric Ltd constantly stays ahead of the curve.



Bug sweeping is dead: the future is a suite of 24/7 detection and protection measures
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Douglas Beaver, CPP

Executive Director of Protective Services, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, DC, US
Doug is an internationally recognized security expert with over 30 years of experience in law enforcement and security. Doug’s broad international security experience took him to many high threat regions in the Middle East, South America and Asia to include Pakistan, India, Jordan and Israel, where he provided high level security expertise and solution based consultation for US companies with operations located abroad. Doug is the former President/CEO of a prominent Washington DC based security business and previously held a TS/SCI government security clearance while working within the DOD intelligence community. Doug maintains the internationally recognized designation of Certified Protection Professional (CPP®) which is acknowledged worldwide as the security profession’s highest recognition of practitioners. Doug is the current Chair of the ASIS Cultural Properties Council and active member of the ASIS Global Terrorism and Political Instability Council.



The Use of Behavioural Analysis in Protecting Cultural and Historic Venues
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Eduard Emde, CPP

ASIS Europe 2018 Conference Chair, Head of the Health, Safety and Security Section, ESA (European Space Agency), NL
Eduard J. Emde, CPP, is with the European Space Agency at the European Space Research and Technology Centre in Noordwijk, The Netherlands. In the year 2012 he was the first non U.S. President of ASIS International.

Eduard Emde has more than 25-years’ experience in security and security risk management. Previously, he served as Corporate Security Capability and Development Manager for Shell. Mr. Emde was Manager Consultancy Services with Interseco (now Pinkerton) in The Hague. He’s also served as a security consultant with KPMG's Forensic & Integrity Services and as vice president, group security with ABN AMRO Bank.

Eduard Emde has served on the boards of various associations in the field of risk management and security, including the Dutch Society for Risk Management and OSAC Netherlands. A member of ASIS International since 1990, he has served on the Board of Directors 2006-2013, as Regional Vice President in Europe and as board member and Chair of the Benelux Chapter. Eduard Emde has also served as a trainer for CPP review courses.

He received a master’s degree in Organisational Analysis & Behaviour from Lancaster University in the UK and degrees in Business Administration and Dutch Law from Erasmus University Rotterdam. He holds CPP and CISSP certifications.


Masterclass 1: How Digital Asset Valuation Impacts Risk Assessments
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Elsine van Os

CEO and Founder, Signpost Six, NL
Elsine van Os, Founder and CEO of Signpost Six, is a Clinical Psychologist and Intelligence and Security Expert. Elsine has worked on high profile assignments for the Dutch Ministry of Defense and Shell International, where she held global responsibility for security threat assessments and management on country, asset and individual levels.

Elsine has worked in various capacities in over 50 countries (often high-risk regions such as Afghanistan, Iraq, Nigeria and Colombia). In her work, she has designed, developed and executed methodologies to develop management team members’ and employees’ security consciousness and risk assessment skills. Elsine founded Signpost Six to teach professionals how to use these skills effectively, but also how to be able to identify ‘signposts’ that could potentially lead to adverse impacts on an organisation. This is an integral part of Signpost Six’s Insider Risk program.



Case Study - Snowden’s Critical Pathway: From Intelligence Contractor to Unleashing an Avalanche of Media Leaks
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Erik de Vries, CPP

Owner, DutchRisk, NL
Erik de Vries, CPP is owner/director of DutchRisk, partner in European Security Academy and Senior Regional Vice President of ASIS Group 9 (Europe). He is also a member of the ASIS International Crisis Management & Business Continuity Council.

He advises, trains and coaches many board level crisis teams - varying from multinationals to SME’s - to be prepared for crises through challenging scenario-based exercises.

Erik has more than eighteen years of experience in the crisis & security profession, including thirteen years of experience conducting CPP certification courses.

He coaches security managers and management teams as a strictly independent consultant.





The Benefits of Certification
Crisis Management Training: Managing Data Extortion Crises
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Eva Mueller

Senior HR Business Partner, EU Corp OPS, Amazon, LU
Eva Mueller, Senior Human Resource Business Partner at Amazon. I have been working for Amazon since February 2016, and I am based in Luxembourg. As HRBP, I am supporting and partnering with the Security & Loss Prevention team as well as other functions, such as IT, Continuous Improvement, Associate and Manager Learning, Project Management, Subject Matter Experts and Real Estate across Europe. When partnering with teams, I am ensuring that Talent and Performance Management Cycles are met and conducted with the highest quality, supporting the teams in individual and team development as well as career progression and amongst others also partnering with the business when defining strategies and setting new organizational structures. I have 10 years’ experience in the Human Resource field, and have worked in different Industries, such as Financial & Editorial Services as well as in Industrial Production.





Diversity and Career Development at Amazon
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Fabrice Moscheni

Managing Director, FASTCOM Technology SA, CH
Fabrice Moscheni is the Managing Director of FASTCOM Technology SA. Fabrice holds a Phd degree from the Swiss Polytechnical School in Lausanne and a senior MBA from IMD.
At FASTCOM, Fabrice leads the business unit focusing on access control solutions. In particular, this encompasses the development and commercialization of the SMACS product line. The SMACS enables to implement a multi-flow access control into a single mantrap. Many renowned companies around the world are using SMACS. Designed to seamlessly integrate into your infrastructure, it maintains high levels of security and adapts to the business requirements. SMACS is compatible with security norms such as PCI-CP and AEO. Typical applications include datacenters, high security production zones and R&D laboratories.




Artificial Intelligence for Secure Access Control
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Florian Haacke

Florian Haacke

Head of Group Security, Innogy, DE
CSO / Head of Group Security innogy SE since April 2016. From 2013 – 2016 CSO / Head of Group Security RWE AG. From 2007 to 2013 he was CSO of METRO GROUP and prior to this he held senior Security Management positions at Deutsche Post DHL. Master degree in Security and Risk Management from University of Leicester, UK. Lieutenant Colonel (res) of the German Armed Forces.


Honorary appointments: Member of the Board of the Security Association in North Rhine-Westphalia; Member of the working group Cyber Security/Security of the Federation of German Industries (BDI), member of the advisory board of the scientific research project “IT security in critical infrastructures”, lecturer for strategic steering of Corporate Security organizations at Frankfurt School of Finance & Management and European Business School. Editor of the online service “www.sicherheitsmelder.de” of Richard Boorberg publishing company.





Interactive Session: Skillsets of the Security Team Now and in the Near Future
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Gal Messinger

Gal Messinger

Head of Global Security, Philips Lighting, NL
Gal Messinger is a visionary leader with over 35 years of security expertise
At STMicroelectronics, he was a CSO for 13 years, dealing with Risk Management, Physical and Logistics Security, Brand Protection, Product Security, Business Continuity and Crisis Response, as well as Business and Competitive Intelligence.

Now at Philips Lighting, he is a CSO of a centralised security department which includes cyber domain.

Gal served in the Israeli Security Forces for 23 years and holds a
BA and MA in studies in International Relations from the (Hebrew University of Jerusalem.


Masterclass 1: How Digital Asset Valuation Impacts Risk Assessments
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Gayle Rosnick

Certification Director, ASIS International, US
Gayle Rosnick is the Certification Director at ASIS International. Gayle oversees the CPP, PCI and PSP certification programs, as well as the development of the new Emerging Security Management Professional (ESMP) certification ASIS is planning to launch in 2019.

Gayle has almost 15 years of experience in the certification field. Prior to joining ASIS, Gayle was the Certification Director for the Certified Meeting Professional (CMP) and the Certified Education Technology Leader (CETL) programs. Gayle started her certification career at the Human Resource Certification Institute, where she conducted job analysis studies, item writing and review workshops, and other certification programs and studies.



The Benefits of Certification

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Gilad Solnik, CPP, PSP

Director Security & Loss Prevention, EMEA Global Security, Amazon, LU
An experienced security executive, driving sustainable, risk based, cost effective and pragmatic security solutions; with more than 35 years of international security experience, holding operational, command and management positions in the military, government and private sectors. He currently directs the large security and loss prevention organization of Amazon fulfillment and logistics operations in EMEA, focusing on mitigating relevant risks and making security a business enabler while adding value and contributing to achieving the organization’s business targets.

Gilad holds M.Sc. degree in Organizational Resilience and he is board certified by ASIS and ACFE for CPP, PSP and CFE.


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Glenn Schoen

CEO, Boardroom@Crisis, NL
Glenn Schoen (1963) is a security management and terrorism specialist and CEO of Boardroom@Crisis. An American with Dutch roots, he has deep years international experience starting with political science studies (BA, MA, post-Graduate) through law enforcement, analysis, consulting and management. This includes previous positions at G4S Risk Advisory, Ernst & Young, TranSecur and International Security Management in the course of which he served several hundred clients. He has engaged in terrorism research, analysis, counter-measures and policy studies for over 30 years.

Current and past activities aside from ASIS, UNICRI and OSAC (Country Chair, Netherlands) include volunteer work at the White House and lecturing at Georgetown University’s Continuing Studies Program (1996-2007). Mr. Schoen regularly shares his insights with the media (over 1000 interviews) and professional forums. He lives in The Hague, The Netherlands with his wife and two children.

Jihadi Terrorism Trends in Europe: A Look Ahead
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Graham Bassett

Managing Director, GBRUK Ltd, UK
Graham is Vice Chairman ASIS UK (and Member of the European Advisory Council), Chairman of the London Project Griffin Board, Security Alliance Governance Board member, Skills for Security Manned Guarding Consultation Group, City Security Magazine Editorial team, Liveryman of the WCoSP, Member of the Security Institute (MSyI), Freeman of the City of London, Member of the City of London Crime Prevention Association and a Fellow of the Institute of Recruitment Consultants. He is also the founding director of GBRUK, a niche London based security recruitment consultancy.




How to Build a Winning Resume
Preparing for a Job Interview
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Ibrahim Bulut

Senior Security Consultant, ALLSECCON Security Consultancy, BE
Ibrahim Bulut is an experienced safety & security consultant with a Master in Economics and Qualifications in Safety. His expertise is situated in the domain of safety (Compliance, Risk Analysis & Management and security (Total & Integrated Security Risk Management). His career started as a safety & security manager for the distribution centres of NV IKEA Distribution BENELUX SA. From 2009 till 2015 he was a security consultant at Optimit where he was responsible for providing consulting in the domains of risk analysis, strategy & planning, security design, organisational procedures and instructions, tendering process, project management, training and audit. From 2015 till 2017 he was the Business Development Manager for Meyvaert Glass Engineering worldwide securing the most valuable art works with bespoke showcases. Now he will return to the security industry as a senior security consultant.




Soft Targets - Reducing Soft Target Risks through Staff Awareness Programs


Opening Session - ASIS Cultural Properties Council Seminar
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James Brandon

Director Geopolitical Intelligence, Falanx Assynt, UK
James has headed Falanx Assynt’s security and political risk forecasting unit since 2016. He previously worked for various political and security risk consulting firms, including Control Risks, Maplecroft and IHS Janes. He has an MA in Near and Middle Eastern Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), and has lived and worked in a range of countries, including Iraq, Yemen, Qatar and Singapore. He is also a regular commentator on international media, and has appeared on CNN, Al-Jazeera, BBC, Sky News and others.




Predictive Intelligence: Enhancing Resilience - Adding Value
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James Morris, CPP

Regional Security Manager, EMEA, Corporate Protection Services, Aon UK
James Morris is the Regional Security Manager for the EMEA region for Aon, and has over 14 years’ experience protecting assets to enable business operations across the financial, mining, military and government sectors. He has held operational roles in the UK, Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe and Central Asia with a focus on critical issues such as enterprise security risk management, travel security, political and social risk, crisis management, and business continuity. James has been a member of ASIS International since 2006, is a member of the ASIS Physical Security Council and is the Young Professionals’ Mentoring Lead for the ASIS UK Chapter.




Insurance As Part of the Risk Management Strategy -Not as Dull as it Sounds



The Young Professional's USP
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James Willison

Founder, Unified Security Ltd, UK
James Willison BA MA MSyI is Founder of Unified Security Ltd and Vice Chair of the ASIS European Convergence/ESRM committee. James was awarded the Imbert Prize for an ‘outstanding contribution to the Security Industry in 2011’ for his work on convergence with ASIS Europe and the Information Security Awareness Forum. He has more than 20 years of management experience in the physical and information security industry, including posts as Advisor on Convergence to the Mitie TSM Board, Senior lecturer in Security Management at Loughborough University, Advisor to IFSEC 2018 Converged Security Centre and Digital Security Expert with the European Union. He is an ISACA Academic Advocate and member of the Security Institute. James is a member of the ASIS International Board ESRM initiative, on the working group for the draft ASIS/ISC(2)/ISACA Security Awareness Standard and an Advisor to the Internet of Things Security Foundation, Smart Buildings working group.
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Jason Dibley

Technical Director, QCC Global, UK
Jason Dibley is the technical director of QCC Global Ltd, the largest global TSCM provider, serving large commercial and government entities. He has been active in countering espionage operations for the last 20 years and constantly evolves new procedures and solutions for emerging surveillance threats. He is security cleared and is a founder member of the Technical Surveillance Countermeasures Institute (TSCMi) and a advisory board member of the ERiI (Espionage Research Institute International) both bodies of excellence within the TSCM industry.




Physical Prevention of Industrial Espionage by Eavesdropping
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Jean-Philippe Deby

Head of Building Industrial Market Segment, Genetec, BE
Jean-Philippe Deby is Head of Building Industrial Market Segment at Genetec. He is responsible for developing new sales initiatives in focused geographies. JP Deby has been with Genetec for 8 years where he was responsible for the sales organization in Western Europe and the development of the Genetec channel partner program for EMEA. Prior to Genetec, JP Deby has held various sales and marketing functions for distributor, system integrator and manufacturers of IP based solutions. He holds a bachelor degree in Finance and Economy from De Paul University, in Chicago, USA.



GDPR and Cyber Threats: Getting your Video Surveillance operation prepared for May 25th

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Jeroen Wildenbeest

CTO, DigiNova, NL
Jeroen is co-founder and CTO at DigiNova, and a (tele-)robotics expert. He is responsible for the development and implementation of DigiNova’s robotic systems, which offer full services solutions in the hospitality and care domain. Prior, he developed remote handling solutions in the nuclear field, and he was responsible for the development and implementation of robot Rose, a service robot to assist elderly and people with impairments in activities of daily living. Jeroen holds a MSc degrees in mechanical engineering, and is awaiting his PhD degree in the field of (tele-)robotics, both from the Delft University of Technology.




Robotics in Corporate Security - Does the Technology Live Up to the Hype?
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Jo Day, CPP

Regional Loss Prevention Manager, Amazon, UK
Jo Day, CPP, Regional Loss Prevention Manager at Amazon. I have been working at Amazon for almost 4 years and I cover eight sites across the North of England and Scotland. I am the subject matter expert on all things relating to the training & development of the LP team and am currently supporting a group of Loss Prevention Specialists in studying for their CPO exam.
I have over 20 years’ experience in the Loss Prevention Industry having worked with some of the big high street names.





Diversity and Career Development at Amazon
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John Davison

Managing Director, F-24 UK Limited, UK
John Davison is the Managing Director for F-24 UK Limited and is responsible for the recent growth and expansion of the F24 Group’s business in the United Kingdom and the Middle East. John is nearing 6 years of service with F24 and his experience in working with leading organisations for business continuity and crisis management makes him well placed to understand the new age of crisis management. He has established his business acumen by spending over 10 years with Global Payment Systems Inc. in the early 90’s working in a number of roles from customer support, sales and sales management, achieving multiple President Club successes in the process. Prior to F24 John worked for over 9 years as a Senior Sales Executive and Sales Manager for ICM Continuity Services selling business recovery services and supporting key accounts for business resilience purposes.



Crisis Communications in Action: Terrorist Attack Case Studies
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John Flanderhijn

Sr. Director Marketing Strategy & Business Development, Johnson Controls, NL
John works as Director Marketing Strategy & Business development for Johnson Controls, the world leader in integrated building security, fire safety, controls and services solutions. Tyco Integrated Fire & Security which recently merged and rebranded into Johnson Controls in 2016, has supported the ASIS Europe events as the top sponsor every year since 2007. John has over 24 years of experience and has a strong knowledge of the physical and operational security solutions, business intelligence and supply chain efficiencies within the international security and retailing industry. He is member of ASIS.

Smart Buildings: Fundamentals for Security Professionals
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John Petruzzi, CPP

Vice President of Integrated Security Solutions, G4S Americas, US
John Petruzzi, Jr. CBCP, CISM, CPP, currently holds the position of Vice President of Integrated Security Solutions for G4S Americas. John’s department is responsible for providing a seamless customer experience from an initial risk assessment to a fully deployed technology and staffing solution designed to meet each customer’s specific needs
John has extensive security industry experience with in-depth expertise in implementing risk-based security programs, deploying technology enhancements, and managing organizational resiliency programs within Fortune 500 companies. Additionally, John managed the international operations of a large security services firm where he focused on organizational engagements to corporate partners providing services in the physical security, investigations and regulatory compliance space.
John holds a Bachelors in Information Security Management and an Associates in Criminal Justice and also served in the United States Marine Corps as a Non-commissioned Officer. John is an active industry volunteer and is currently the Secretary of ASIS International’s (ASIS) Board of Directors.


ESRM: A Management Philosophy
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Juan Muñoz, CPP

Chair, ASIS Spain Chapter, ES
Juan has more than 35 years of professional international experience in business intelligence, corporate security, crisis management and risk management. He is one of the few Spanish professionals who has experience on the three sides of the security industry triangle: services provider, client and consultant. Moreover, he has been the managing director of a large guarding company and also CSO (Chief Security Officer) of two large industrial companies being member of the executive committee or C-Suite.



Security as a business enabler
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Jurgen Klijn

Senior Sales Director EMEA North, IndigoVision, NL
Jurgen’s background is in Electronic Engineering and he held positions in R&D, Product Management and sales management for manufacturers as well as with system integrators and IT companies. Jurgen is with IndigoVision since 2006, initially as Regional Sales Manager for Benelux, after this he was responsible for business development in the airport vertical and currently Senior Sales Director for Northern Europe. He is very passionate about video security and the migration from analog CCTV to managed IP video as part of the IT world.



Surveillance Systems Network Integrity in a Cyber World

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Koen ten Holter

Manager Cybersecurity, PwC, NL
Koen is a Manager in the Cyber Forensics & Privacy practice of PwC. Koen is able to quickly switch between technical and managerial roles. History in threat intelligence, red teaming, social engineering, team management, research and development, government and military work. Extensive network in the government security and intelligence community, as well as in the hacking community and at managed security providers. Koen holds CISSP and CEH certifications.



Game of Threats – A cyber threat simulation

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Laura Poderys

Business Continuity Manager, Group Physical Security, Danske Bank, DK
Laura Poderys works as Business Continuity Manager for Danske Bank, one of the biggest banks in the Nordic Region. Her work is focused on helping the bank to increase its business resilience. She has extensive experience in consulting demanding clients such as Swiss governmental institutions, EU agencies, and private companies in resilience building and disaster risk management. Laura also led ISO standardization work on business resilience in Denmark. She is a speaker at various international conferences and meetings for both the private sector and academia. Laura has MA degree in Comparative and International Studies from ETH Zurich.

Adapting and Improving: Understanding and Measuring Business Resilience
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Lynn de Vries, CPP, PCI

Partner, DutchRisk, NL
Lynn de Vries CPP is a partner in DutchRisk, advising and supporting clients to balance their risks with their security ambition. As liaison for Women in Security in the Benelux chapter and member of the Leadership and Management Practices council, she is an active ASIS volunteer.

Lynn holds a degree in accountancy and has nearly twenty years experience in the security industry. This includes several operational roles in G4S - from Prisons and Aviation security to Oil & Gas and currently as advisor and trainer of DutchRisk clients. She combines security management with business management skills to achieve results in both disciplines.





Crisis Management Training: Preparing for Data Extortion Crises
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Marc Weissberg

Founder and CEO, PITAGONE SA, BE
Marc Weissberg is the founder and CEO of PITAGONE, a Belgian company specialized in perimeter security. Active in over 20 countries, PITAGONE’s industrial production focuses on mobile, handy and modular products, in order to give an efficient answer to modern threats. PITAGONE has also a subsidiary, PITAGONE SECURITY & SERVICES (PSS) dedicated to secure perimeters with specific agents. Trained to highly demanding situations PSS agents are able to manage crews of security agents. PSS adapts permanently its security strategy to the evolution of terror, in order to give an appropriate answer to unexpected threats.
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Marisol Zorrilla

Executive Programs Coordinator, IE Business School - Madrid, ES
Marisol Zorrilla works as an Executive Programs Coordinator at IE Business School - Madrid. She is a multilingual professional constantly driven to add value and participate in the development and management of educational programs. She is a passionate and dependable coordinator that strives to maintain and improve educational quality and facilitate high-impact training experiences at the level of IE. In charge of event and program organization, Marisol ensures participant satisfaction with a detail-oriented attitude to provide unique student services.

Marisol speaks fluently Spanish, English and French.




Security as a business enabler

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Martin Finkelnberg

Head of the Art and Antique Crime Unit, National Criminal Intelligence Division, National Police, NL
Martin Finkelnberg (1954) is Head of the Art and Antiques Crime Unit of the Netherlands National Police Force.

Martin started his police career in 1976. Until 2006 he was involved various fields of expertise such as firearms, counter terrorism, counterfeit currency and questioned documents. In 2006, because of his experience with data bases on passports and firearms, he was asked to build a police data base on stolen works of art. And one thing led to another. What started off as a one man team in 2006 is now a well-organized “artcrime “ intelligence hub of 4 FTE based in Zoetermeer, supported by 10 dedicated police officers, one in every police region. He is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars organized by Interpol, Europol, ARCA, Cultnet, Esterdad Biladi and others.




Outlining the threats that exist across the cultural sectors and anticipated going forward
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Prof Martin Gill

Martin Gill (Prof.)

Director, Perpetuity Research, UK
Professor Martin Gill is a criminologist and Director of Perpetuity Research. Martin has published widely (14 books including the second edition of the 'Handbook' of Security' published in 2014). He is a Fellow of The Security Institute and a member of the Company of Security Professionals .

Martin is a member and a Trustee of the ASIS Foundation Board, he was also formerly Chair of the ASIS Research Council and remains a member, as well as an overseas representative on the ASIS International Academic and Training Programs Committee. In 2010 he was recognised by the BSIA with a special award for ‘outstanding service to the security sector’. In 2013 IFSEC placed him in the top 40 most influential fire and security experts in the world.


Security Leaders Panel Debate: Risk and Responsibility
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Matthijs van der Wel

Director Forensic Technology Solutions, PwC, NL
Matthijs is a cyber security professional, with over 15 years of relevant hands-on and management experience. He has specialized in Incident Response and Threat Intelligence. Matthijs has worked on many global investigations with international teams of outstanding and diverse professionals. Together, they have investigated some of the world largest payment card related data breaches, suspicions of fraud and have provided litigation support. He has conducted risk assessments and red teaming exercises, including social engineering and obtaining physical access to secure locations.


Next to his role at PwC, Matthijs is a guest lecturer at Erasmus School of Accounting and Assurance, part of Erasmus University. He is also trained and certified as an expert witness to the Dutch court and certified to handle financial data and IT systems holding that data in Luxembourg.



Game of Threats – A cyber threat simulation


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Michael Foynes

Senior Director of Global Operations, Global Security, Microsoft, US
Michael Foynes, Senior Director of Global Operations, oversees physical security and life-safety covering: Virtual Security Operations Center (VSOC), field operations services for global campuses, global incident management governance and response, Global Security business continuity, travel security, Retail Loss Prevention (Store & Online) and High Value Asset (HVA) security and secure transportation.

As Director of Global Operations for Microsoft Global Security, Michael Foynes is responsible for strategic development of regional teams, process, programs and initiatives. Leveraging the Virtual Security Operations Center (VSOC) his team supports development, incubation and demonstration of Microsoft and Microsoft Partner technologies in delivering comprehensive and cost-effective physical security solutions on a global scale. He is also responsible for Global Security Operations Digital Transformation; enabling new technologies, processes and operating models to positively impact Microsoft business objectives globally.

Virtual Security Operation Center Transformation: How to Utilize the Cloud, Big Data and Machine Learning
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Michael Gips, CPP

Chief Global Knowledge & Learning Officer, ASIS International, US
Michael Gips is the Chief Global Knowledge and Learning Officer at ASIS International, responsible for Publishing, Education, Certification, Standards and Guidelines, and Information Services. He is also the staff lead to the CSO Center for Leadership & Development (formerly the CSO Roundtable. Mike joined ASIS in 1994 as an editor for ASIS’s Security Management magazine, and he was promoted to senior editor in 1997. In 2007 he created and led a Strategic Operations division at ASIS. Mike returned to the Publishing division at ASIS as vice president in 2013 and began his current position in 2016.

Mike has a B.A. in history and Spanish from Tufts University, and a juris doctorate from Harvard Law School. He has a certificate from ASIS’s Wharton program, a certificate in executive protection from R.L. Oatman and Associates, and a certificate in homeland security studies from ASERO Worldwide and Tel Aviv University International.



Insider Threat Interactive Session – Chasing Shadows or Targeted Defence?
Interactive Session: Skillsets of the Security Team Now and in the Near Future


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Mike Howard

Chief Security Officer, Microsoft, US
Mike Howard, Chief Security Officer for Microsoft, holds global responsibility for physical security including; operations, investigations, crisis management, executive protection, technology, intelligence, and communications.
Mike led development of Microsoft’s Global Security Operations Centers, which oversee monitoring and response, which became a leading industry model. He is currently leading the transition to Virtual Security Operation Centers, leveraging cloud and mobility. Mike contributes through the following industry organizations: ASIS CSO Center Advisory Board, Past President; U.S. State Department Overseas Security Advisory Council; International Security Management Association, Past President; and the Security Industry Association, Board of Directors. Mike spent 22 years with the Central Intelligence Agency.




Security Leaders Panel Debate: Risk and Responsibility
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Mike Hurst

Director, HJA Fire & Security Recruitment, UK
Mike Hurst has spent almost thirty years in the security and fire profession, twenty-five of which have been as a specialist recruitment consultant with HJA Fire and Security where he is a director, dealing with a wide range of clients and roles. He is Vice Chairman of the UK Chapter of ASIS International and serves on its European Advisory Council. He is also currently a Member of the BSI GW/3 Committee. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Recruitment Professionals and was awarded the ASIS President’s Award of Merit for his services to security in the UK and Europe.





How to Build a Winning Resume
Preparing for a Job Interview
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Mike van Drongelen, CPP, PCI, PSP

Physical Security Advisor, SWIFT Global Corporate Security, NL
Mike van Drongelen is a Physical Security Advisor for SWIFT Global Corporate Security. Prior tot his he held senior security positions with organisations such as the Organisation for Prohibition of Chemical Weapons , University of Amsterdam and the Academic Medical Center.

Mike was the first ASIS-member within the BeNeLux who obtained the triple-certified status. He served as a member of ASIS International’s Law Enforcement Liaision Council and is currently active a Certificate Representative for ASIS Benelux Chapter. Furthermore he is since 2008 active as a moderator to assist peers in the security industry to obtain their PSP and PCI certification.




Classroom Training 2: Travel Risk Management
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Nicolas Le Saux, CPP

CEO, ATAO SAS & UNIPROTECT, FR
Nicolas Le Saux past experience includes a partnership at Accenture and several senior risk management positions. He is a board member of USP the French private security professional organization and serves as ASIS European Advisory Council Chairman for Europe. He has been appointed by the Interior Ministry as a member of the licensing and control commission of the Private Security Regulatory Body (CNAPS). He holds a reserve commission as a senior officer in the French Army, specializing in high level security and policing issues and also served as a professional soldier. He has a PhD in public law, is CPP certified. He runs a security group among the top 30 French security companies with subsidiaries in guarding, security consulting and training.





Roundtable discussion: Transitioning from the Military and Law Enforcement
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Orhan Topcu

Senior regional security manager MEA, Microsoft, TR
Mr. Topcu has served in Turkish National Police over 24 years before his retirement as a ranking police chief mainly focusing on ICT. After the 1999 Marmara Earthquake, he was assigned to Turkish National Civil Defense and later Emergency Management Agency under Office of Prime Ministry, till 2005. He also participated several international humanitarian operations, UN Missions in Bosnia, and Kosova. He is also holding a master degree on Strategic Analysis and Risk Assessments. Today he is working as Microsoft / Senior Regional Security Manager for Middle East and Africa and managing Extreme Risk Traveler programme for Microsoft.



Blockchain for future security
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Peter French, CPP

CEO, SSR Personnel, UK
Peter French CPP is CEO SSR® Personnel who are the leading consultancy in the field of security, permanent or interim placement. SSR® have partnered with ASIS Europe to produce an annual salary survey. Peter has lead a number of initiatives to develop awareness with future business leaders as to the performance and contribution they should expect from the security risk function and impact on a corporation’s performance.


A Fellow of the Security Institute and Past Master and former Trustee of the Worshipful Company of Security Professionals. He helped establish the Security Benevolent Fund that supports welfare requests from those are / have been employed in the security profession. For 15 years Peter has been a volunteer leader for ASIS Europe. In 2010 he was appointed a Member of the British Empire for his work with Charity.




ASIS/SSR European Salary Survey
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Peter Zmiyarch, CPP, PSP

Assistant Head Operations Security, Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), NL
Peter J. Zmiyarch PSP CPP, is currently the Assistant Head of Security Operations at the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague, and also serves as a Member of the Board for the U.S State Departments’ Overseas Security Advisory Council in The Netherlands. In 2013, the Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the OPCW "for its extensive efforts to eliminate chemical weapons". Prior to joining the OPCW Mr. Zmiyarch worked with the United Nations and the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia where he was the Assistant Chief of Security. Mr. Zmiyarch started his career in The United States Marine Corps where he held various billets in the infantry and intelligence fields. He is a decorated combat veteran of Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, and is an Honorary Life Member of the United States Marine Raider Association. He holds a BA in Business Management and an MPA in Security Management.



Big Data Breadcrumb Trails – How IoT Sensor Data Creates New Risks
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Pierre Falconetti

Cyber-risk analyst, CybelAngel, FR
Pierre is a cyber-risk analyst at CybelAngel, a French cybersecurity startup that finds data leaks where others don’t. The CybelAngel system scans billions of documents each second to find leaks for our customers across the Visible, Deep and Dark webs as well as Connected Storage. As soon as a leak is detected, Pierre and his team come into play. They qualify and conduct further investigation on the leaks so that customers can swiftly remediate them. Pierre has a solid background in risk analysis combined with a focus on Russian security affairs and North-Caucasus conflict. He has worked for the risk management firm GEOS, where he was responsible for the zone of CIS/Eastern Europe. He has also worked for the French think-tank IRIS. Pierre holds a Master's degree in International Relations from Paris’ renowned Sciences Po. When Pierre isn’t investigating data leaks for CybelAngel clients, he is most likely goalkeeping for his Handball team, or devouring books about history and politics.



Data leaks on IoT: the physical risks

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Ricardo Sanz Marcos

Partner and Manager, ProArPa, Assets and Heritage Security Consultancy, ES
Ricardo is Managing Partner of the consulting firm PROARPA- Security Asset Protection and Cultural Heritage since 2003. Offering independent security services focused on the preparation, awareness, prevention and intervention to manage risk effectively and provide optimum security, based in Spain. Ricardo is reference security adviser in the institutions of Cultural Heritage of Spain, managing security projects Museums, Cathedrals, Archaeological and Cultural Sites in his country. Following the increase in the terrorist threat worldwide, Ricardo, anti-terrorist management consultant to institutions and companies related to tourism as well. Ricardo, belongs to the Council of Cultural Heritage of ASIS International and has made management of cultural heritage their leitmotif.



Archaeological Site Security Case Study: Clunia, Huerta De Rey Spain
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Richard Bond

Senior Consultant, Arup, UK
Richard works in Arup’s Resilience, Security and Risk team. He specialises in assessing malicious threats to property and infrastructure in urban areas. Richard draws on 10 years of professional experience in political violence analysis where he helped insurers and corporates assess the likelihood and severity of terrorism risks facing their business. At Arup, Richard helps clients to identify and prioritise the terrorism, disorder and crime risks to their property to inform their decisions on how best to make their businesses more resilient against a malicious attack. In his this role, Richard has conducted in-depth research on the use of UAVs by threat agents, including advising clients on UAV-borne risks to their buildings and delivering two presentations on future UAV-borne risks at conferences held in 2017.



Emerging Drone Risks: A Case Study on Drone Swarms
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Rinske Geerlings

Managing Director, Business As Usual, AU
Rinske is an expert in Business Continuity Planning (BCP), InfoSec, Risk Management and Disaster Recovery (DR) consultancy and training, with key focus on making simple, practical BCPs that are easy to maintain, test and 'sell' across all levels of an organization. She has trained over 1,000 people globally and presented in front of over 10,000 conference delegates. Rinske’s experience includes Banking, IT, Manufacturing, Transport, Government, Hospitality, Education, Logistics, Retail, Legal, Insurance and related industries - in permanent as well as consulting roles. She is a certified PECB ISO trainer, including ISO27001 (Information Security, ISO31000 (Risk Management), ISO28000 (Supply Chain Security) and ISO22301 (Business Continuity). Her company Business As Usual (www.businessasusual.net.au) has successfully competed against the Big Four, achieving major projects across Europe, Australasia, Latin America and Africa.





Cyber Crime Simulation Game
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Robert Carotenuto, CPP, PSP, PCI

Associate Vice President for Security, The New York Botanical Garden, US
Robert Carotenuto, CPP, PCI, PSP has over 20 years of experience protecting cultural properties and currently serves as Associate Vice President for Security at The New York Botanical Garden, where he has been head of security since 2010. Prior to joining The Garden, he was a member of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Security team for sixteen years, serving as Associate Security Manager for Physical Security and Emergency Operations from 2004 to 2010. He is past chair of the ASIS International Cultural Properties Council and is current chair of the American Alliance of Museums’ Security Committee. He has spoken at the ASIS International and the AAM annual seminars on cultural property emergency management and risk assessment, soft target hardening strategies, developing tabletop exercises, and security customer service training. Most recently, he has spearheaded an ASIS Foundation CRISP Report on security guidelines for the Clunia archaeological site in Huerta de Rey, Spain. Robert is one a select group of security professionals to have earned ASIS International triple certification in security management, physical security, and investigations, was profiled in the January, 2016 Security Management Magazine Certificant Spotlight, and was awarded ASIS International Council 2016 Chairman of the Year. He holds an MS in Computer Information Systems from Baruch College and an MS in Protection Management from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, where he is an Adjunct Lecturer in the Department of Security, Fire, and Emergency Management.




Keynote: Developing Cultural Property Standards and Guidelines
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Roger Warwick, CPP

CEO, Pyramid Temi Group, IT
Roger has 35 years experience in security. He is the CEO of Pyramid Temi Group, a Security & Investigations company, specialised in Travel Risk Management, based in Italy, the Chairman of Temi Group International Verein, an International S&I consultancy, a certified ISO 27001 and 28000 Lead Auditor and Security Management Systems Skill Examiner. He has pioneered the involvement of ASIS in International Security Standards and received the ASIS Presidential Award of Merit for the provision of information to leadership and the encouragement of member involvement in the development of International Security Standards. He is a consultant to ISO, CEN, UNI and the European Commission on security matters. He is the Chair of the EU Liaison Sub Committee.





Travel Risk Management - How to set up a Travel Risk Management Programme
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Sandi Davies

Executive Director, International Foundation for Protection Officers, US
In 1988 she joined the newly formed International Foundation for Protection Officers (IFPO). In 1991 she was elected executive director and has been a driving force in Foundation program development and administration. Sandi became a member of the ASIS International in 1985 and has served in executive positions at the chapter level. She served as council chairperson for the Security Services Council. Currently she is a member of the Private Security Officer Guidelines and Book Awards Committees. Most recently Ms. Davies was commissioned by Butterworth-Heinemann to produce the first of its kind book entitled: "Women in the Security Profession: A Practical Guide to Career Development" which was released in Spring of 2016.





The Benefits of Certification
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Sarah Armstrong-Smith

Head Continuity & Resilience, Fujitsu, UK
Sarah has over 20 years’ experience managing the response to major incidents which enables her to take a holistic and strategic view of enterprise risk. She has designed and implemented Fujitsu’s internal BC management system taking it through to ISO22301 certification. As well as being a Distinguished Engineer, she has a diploma from Coventry University Centre of Disaster Management, and has helped many organisations to become more resilient and cyber aware. Sarah is a Member of the Business Continuity Institute, British Computer Society and International Association of Privacy Managers. She was nominated for CIR Business Continuity Manager of the Year in 2016, and BCI European Continuity & Resilience Professional of the Year in 2017.



Security Leaders Panel Debate: Risk and Responsibility
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Saul Shanagher

Director, beTravelwise, UK
Saul Shanagher is founding Director of beTravelwise, a boutique company providing travel safety training and education to help organisations with their travel risk management. He developed a flair for travel safety training working for International SOS and Control Risks, first as a regional training manager and then as their global head of travel security training. This field perfectly combines his passions for travel, training and security. He developed a deep understanding of risk management and training to mitigate risk during an extensive security and military career. Leading youth volunteers on jungle expeditions taught him to make risk-related training more accessible and engaging.




Are the Most ‘At-Risk’ Failed by Equality in Travel Risk Management Programmes?
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Scott Klososky

Founding Partner, Future Point of View, US
Throughout his career, Scott Klososky has been on the forefront of technology and industry. He is renowned globally for his ability to recognise and capitalise on future trends regarding the ways technology is shaping business and our world. He is currently invested in guiding leaders through the digital transformation.

Scott is the founder and principle of technology consulting firm Future Point of View and regularly advises C-suite executives. Through Future Point of View, he works with organisations of different sizes and industries to assess and improve their digital maturity.

Scott has developed the innovative concept of HUMALOGY®, the blending of technology and humanity. Humalogy provides a framework on how leaders can best balance technology and human effort to make processes more efficient and effective.


A widely sought-after speaker, Scott speaks to audiences around the world on a range of topics including cybersecurity, leadership, data intelligence, trendspotting, digital marketing, and finding the Humalogy balance. He has developed a reputation for delivering informative, thought-provoking, and entertaining presentations.



A Cyber-Physical Future – Security Implications
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Scott Stewart

Vice President of Tactical Analysis, Stratfor, US
Scott Stewart supervises Stratfor's analysis of terrorism and security issues. Before joining Stratfor, he was a special agent with the U.S. State Department for 10 years and was involved in hundreds of terrorism investigations. Mr. Stewart was the lead State Department investigator assigned to the 1993 World Trade Center bombing and the follow-up New York City bomb plot. He also led a team of American agents assisting the Argentine investigation of the 1992 bombing of the Israeli Embassy in Buenos Aires. As protective intelligence coordinator for Dell, he served as a member of Michael Dell's executive protective team. He has also consulted on terrorism issues for the Texas Department of Public Safety.




Risk Mitigation and the Importance of "How"
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Steve Soar

Commercial Director EMEA, Darktrace, UK
Steve Soar is a member of the Darktrace management team. Prior to joining Darktrace, Steve held a number of senior positions in UK Government, and has detailed insight into the global cyber threat landscape. Steve has in-depth experience in assisting global companies address their most complicated cyber challenges. Notably, Steve has extensive experience in the corporate, financial and legal sectors.




The Shift to Self-Learning, Self-Defending Networks
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Stuart Eustace, CPP

Global Lead Risk, Security & Crisis Management, pladis, UK
Leaving high school at 16 with basic qualifications, Stuart began his career 1999 with 7 years’ service in the British Military before naturally falling into the high-risk protection industry at the start of 2006. Working as an operator in various troubled locations around the world, Stuart embarked on a journey to further educate himself in the field of security and risk management. He obtained the ASIS Certified Protection Professional (CPP®) designation in 2013 and added the Physical Security Professional (PSP®) certification in 2017.

Over time, Stuart gained experience in security risk management consulting and joined Control Risks as Lead Consultant to a major mining organisation in West Africa, before a move to the United Kingdom from Spain in 2015 saw Stuart join United Biscuits as Group Security Manager.

Since that time, United Biscuits has become a member of the pladis family and Stuart became the Global Head of Risk, Security & Crisis Management for the pladis organisation, the position he occupies today. Stuart has a busy life with a young family and a demanding day job spanning a global estate represented in over 112 countries across the world, yet continues to find the time to strive to better his own and others in the industries experience, knowledge and level of education by leading the ASIS UK Young Professionals initiative.




Interactive Session: Skillsets of the Security Team Now and in the Near Future
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Theo Stevens, CPP

Senior Security Officer, NN Group Corporate Security & Investigations, NL
Theo Stevens currently works for NN Group and is worldwide responsible for business continuity management , personal & physical security and the executive protection programme.

He has over 35 years of experience in the field of crisis and security management in several countries.
He also is a motivational speaker and teacher who loves to share information, always with a smile!





Crisis Management Training: Managing Data Extortion Crises
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Thomas Vonier, CPP

President, International Union of Architects (UIA, Paris) and Immediate Past President of the American Institute of Architects (AIA, Washington DC), FR/US
Thomas Vonier is a consulting architect with offices in Paris and Washington DC. His work supports public and private clients with global business, industrial and hospitality operations. He also assists municipalities and public agencies with security improvements for urban spaces. He was international professional advisor for the federal Triangle program in Washington DC and authored "Urban Security," a comparative study of security approaches in Paris and other major metropolises.


Public Spaces: Today's Front Line Against Extremist Violence
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Tim Willis

Director, EMEA Corporate Security, Dataminr, UK
Tim Willis is Director, EMEA Corporate Security Sales for Dataminr, a technology platform that creates real-time, actionable breaking news alerts from public social media activity. Dataminr's powerful algorithms instantly transform all publicly available Twitter data and other public datasets into alerts that enable security, operations, financial, & communications professionals to be alerted to critical information as events unfold. Prior to joining Dataminr, Tim spent over ten years in a variety of corporate security roles across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
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Tom Raftery

Global VP, Futurist, and Internet of Things Evangelist, SAP, US
Tom Raftery is a Global Vice President for multinational software corporation SAP, an adjunct professor at the Instituto Internacional San Telmo, and a board advisor for a number of start-ups.
Before joining SAP, Tom worked as an independent industry analyst focusing on the Internet of Things, Energy and CleanTech and as a Futurist for Gerd Leonhardt’s Futures Agency.
Tom has a very strong background in technology and social media having worked in the industry since 1991. He is the co-founder of an Irish software development company, a social media consultancy, and is co-founder and director of hyper energy-efficient data center Cork Internet eXchange – the data centre with the lowest latency connection between Europe and North America.
Tom also worked as an Analyst for industry analyst firm RedMonk, leading their GreenMonk practice for over 7 years. Tom serves on the Advisory Boards of SmartCities World and RetailEverywhere.com.




Opening Plenary & Keynote: The future of Digital – where the next 10 years of AI and IoT will bring us
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Volker Wagner

Vice President Security, BASF Group, DE
Volker Wagner is Vice President Security at BASF Group. Since 2014 his focus is on the development and implementation of security strategies for the German economic community. In this respect he is chairman of the German Association for Security in Industry and Commerce (ASW)) and board member of its regional branch in North Rhine-Westphalia (VSW-NW). Additionally he was appointed to the board of the Subcommittee on Economic Protection of the Federation of the German Industry (BDI) from 2011 to 2016.

Internationally he is engaged in ASIS International where he is member of the European Advisory Council, CSO Roundtable, commission member of the ASIS strategic initiative on Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) and chairman of the European Convergence Subcommittee. He attended the Federal College for Security Studies in Berlin and he holds a business management degree. A total of more than 20 years of management experience in various fields including Business Security at Deutsche Telekom AG.

Fundamentals of Cyber-Physical Security
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