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Leadership Track 1
Leadership Track 1
Leadership Track 1
Welcome coffee
08:30 - 09:00
Welcome coffee

Opening & Keynote by Bernhard Maier, CEO, ŠKODA
09:00 - 10:00
Opening & Keynote by Bernhard Maier, CEO, ŠKODA

ASIS is honoured to have Mr. Bernhard Maier, CEO, ŠKODA AUTO a.s. as opening keynote at ASIS Europe 2020. Bernhard Maier is driving the company’s reorientation under Strategy 2025. In addition to electromobility and digitalisation, key aspects of the Strategy include new mobility services and connectivity, implementing a large-scale product campaign and the brand’s internationalisation. For example, ŠKODA has assumed responsibility for the Indian market and the Russian region on behalf of the Volkswagen Group. 2018 was the most successful year in the company’s history with over 1.25 million vehicles delivered. Hear first-hand experience about the challenges of leading innovation and navigating change behind the wheel of one of the automotive industry’s global players.

All Leadership and Professional pass holders for Thursday are invited to join us for this essential session, helping to put the rest of the event in context. Purchase your pass now

Leadership session
10:40 - 11:25
Leadership session



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What is an Agile Organisation?
10:40 - 11:25
What is an Agile Organisation?

A presentation showing the management thinking and business case for Agile organisations. It will explain the key concepts, benefits for organisations, and the change process involved.

Speaker: Peter Fischbach, Executive Scrum Coach, Scrum-Events

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What Does an Agile Security Team look like?
11:30 - 12:15
What Does an Agile Security Team look like?

Axel Petri’s team is responsible for all issues relating to Group-wide security strategy at Deutsche Telekom and have already undertaken a restructuring based on Agile methodology. This initiative was not taken because it happens to be "hip" at the moment or to copy what frontrunners like Spotify have been doing. The organisation was restructured for a specific purpose – for greater ownership of every employee and to open up pathways for new impetus and ideas.

A hierarchical structure that was rigidly divided into departments has been dismantled, tailormade agile working introduced with positive results.

As a result, the team has become more flexible and efficient in its work. Plus, staff are much better able to contribute their skills, experience, know-how and interests to areas and projects that were previously off-limits, simply for structural reasons.

Join this session to understand the journey and how it might work for your own security organisation.

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Cyber Threat Landscape
13:30 - 14:15
Cyber Threat Landscape

Cyber security has become one of the major challenges that organisations face today. According to the 21st PwC CEO Survey, 33% of CEOs are extremely concerned about cyber threats. Matthijs van der Wel will provide a high level overview of various threat actors and how their objectives and operations impact your cyber risk profile. He will also discuss various practical models that your organization can adopt today.

Speaker: Matthijs van der Wel, Director Forensic Technology Solutions, PwC, NL

Convergence in Action: A Mastercard Casestudy
13:30 - 14:15
Convergence in Action: A Mastercard Casestudy

Gavin Henderson, Chief Security Officer Of International Markets at Mastercard will present:
- How a converged security function helps the company address a complex risk landscape
- How this team is positioned in the organisation and connected to other management and leadership functions
- The roles involved, including how subject matter experts work together with more generalist team members
- The value of “traditional” security and leadership skills in a highly technical environment

Speaker: Gavin Henderson, Chief Security Officer Of International Markets, MasterCard

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Consolidating all Security Activities to Create a New, Business Enabling Security Department
14:20 - 15:05
Consolidating all Security Activities to Create a New, Business Enabling Security Department

Security at Philips was fragmented and seen as a cost center. Seven members of the ExCo had a responsibility for a security department. Our job was to consolidate these activities into one group security function with a ExCo member as the owner and show the benefits.
Next to the possible cost savings of the consolidation of functions, i.e. removal of double roles, we had to show an additional benefit; how we will become a business enabler.
Our pathway to success is to insert ourselves into business processes. Be part of strategic discussion with M&A to avoid cost after integration, contribute to the perfect delivery with supply chain security, make sure our field service engineers can execute on maintenance contracts, etc.

Speaker: Machiel toe Water, Head Of Physical & Personnel Security,Philips

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Developing and Implementing Global Crisis Management and Business Continuity from Scratch
15:50 - 16:35
Developing and Implementing Global Crisis Management and Business Continuity from Scratch

In 2017, I've started at Booking.com as a regional corporate security manager. After analysing what was the overall crisis response for the company, I discovered that it was too basic and did not have global coverage. In 2019, after multiple technical incidents that were not considered as crises, I decided to proactively develop a global business continuity management system, which was also approved by Leadership.

Today, Booking.com has thousands of different systems, 17.000+ employees, 200+ offices in over 70 countries.

Takeaway: share my experience in developing critical programs from scratch and getting Leadership support and commitment in order to develop them.

Speaker: Marlon Guimaraes, Global Corporate Security Manager, Booking.com

Only available for leadership pass holders – register now

Leading Through Innovation: Mindset for Success
16:40 - 17:25
Leading Through Innovation: Mindset for Success

Expert in leadership and soft skills, Balvinder Singh Powar, will focus on working with and leading with an innovation mindset. He will explore how to do this even in large corporate or institutional structures. Balvinder will also cover approaches to collaborate effectively with innovators and disruptors, using external expertise and partnerships to overcome emerging challenges. Join us for a lively exchange of ideas and a boost to your collaborative approach prior to the evening networking functions.

Speaker: Balvinder Singh Powar, Professor, IE Business School

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Refresh & Reconnect
17:30 - 18:00
Refresh & Reconnect

Relax, recharge your batteries and enjoy a drink in the exhibition after a busy first event day. Available for all participants.

President's Reception
20:00 - 22:00
President's Reception

Details will follow soon!

Leadership Track 2
Leadership Track 2
Leadership Track 2
Re-emergence of Geopolitical Issues Part 1: Expert insights
10:40 - 11:25
Re-emergence of Geopolitical Issues Part 1: Expert insights

Speaker tbc

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Re-emergence of Geopolitical Issues Part 2: Debate
11:30 - 12:15
Re-emergence of Geopolitical Issues Part 2: Debate

Interactive session – discuss and debate with your peers how to apply and act on risk intelligence considering business priorities and resource constraints.

Speaker tbc

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Creating and Developing a Comprehensive Travel Security Framework in a Multinational Organisation
13:30 - 14:15
Creating and Developing a Comprehensive Travel Security Framework in a Multinational Organisation

Increasingly mobile workforce, fast changing geopolitical situation, cyber threat, strengthening regulation on “duty of care” but also on data protection, etc. All these elements make the creation and development of a global travels security framework a challenge. The complexity increases again in a vast and decentralized company, making difficult to manage the risk, to control actions taken locally and to react in case of adverse event. This requires highly skilled people, providers and state of the art processes, tools, but also time.

AXA, being present in 65 countries with 160.000 personnel, faced all these challenges in the past decade, but also aims at remaining at the forefront at existing practices.

Aurelien Lambert will present the way AXA has met the transformation challenges and what experiences he has made.

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Leadership session
14:20 - 15:05
Leadership session



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Emerging Technologies - Risks and Benefits - Part 1
15:50 - 16:35
Emerging Technologies - Risks and Benefits - Part 1

With emerging technology and the rate of change, risks and benefits are often difficult to separate. This session will bring you up to speed on key focus areas such as:
o AI and 5G
o Drones, robotics, automation
o Encryption becoming obsolete
o Ethics and other challenges related to perceptions of emerging security tech: societal/management/employee/visitor…
Speaker: Martin Dobiáš, Senior Manager Technology Strategy & Architecture, Deloitte

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Emerging Technology – Risks and Benefits Part 2: Debate
16:40 - 17:25
Emerging Technology – Risks and Benefits Part 2: Debate

Explore emerging technology topics, exchange experience and outlooks, discuss and debate with your peers the greatest challenges and opportunities.

Speaker tbc

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Leadership Training Track
Leadership Training Track
Leadership Training Track
Building a Business Case for Security
10:40 - 12:15
Building a Business Case for Security

In a metrics-focused and data-driven business environment, a business case is a crucial tool to justify budget and capital expenditures. But where to start? Identifying data sources, evaluating the quantitative and qualitative costs and benefits, and outlining risks to various courses of action can be overwhelming.

This workshop will walk you through the process with a series of exercises to help you develop your security business case. You’ll learn what to include, where to find your data, how to evaluate alternatives, and ultimately make your case to management.

Learning outcomes:
Participants will be able to
- List the elements included in a business case
- Ask appropriate questions
- Evaluate data sources

Make data-driven recommendations to the organization

Instructors:

Lynn de Vries, CPP, PCI, COO, DutchRisk
Stephanie Bergouignan, CPP, Managing Partner, Uniprotect

Only available for leadership pass holders – register now

Crisis Response in Reputational Crises
13:30 - 15:05
Crisis Response in Reputational Crises

Our number one priority is protecting our organisation’s brand. At the same time fake news is increasingly becoming a major threat. How do you respond to fake news from a crisis management perspective?

If fake news threatens your organisation or even jeopardises its continuity, the crisis management team needs to respond swiftly, but wisely. One of the factors to consider is a security response, whether cyber or physical. What would your input be from an Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) perspective if the board requires it?

In this interactive ‘bring it to the boardroom’ crisis management training you will get busy! The training combines theory with a scenario to get you developing solution-oriented response elements on the spot. The quickly developing scenario challenges participants to come up with ESRM-based response suggestions. And you need to explain (and defend) your suggested crisis response to a panel of seasoned senior practitioners (the board) in an elevator pitch manner.

Because of the format, the takeaways of this interactive training are instant. Building on last years’ success, the training format is repeated, but the scenario is new and will confront you with new dilemmas based on actual cases. Nothing faked!

The ASIS International Crisis Management & Business Continuity Council supports this Leadership Training session.

Speakers:
Erik de Vries, CPP, PSP, Director, DutchRisk
Glenn Schoen, CEO, Boardroom@crisis Bv

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In the Know and On the Go: The Information Side of Travel Risk
15:50 - 17:25
In the Know and On the Go: The Information Side of Travel Risk

Global business requires executives to carry or maintain access to valuable information 24/7, either in their devices or due to their company knowledge. Whether travelling on their routine commute, or into areas of heightened geopolitical tension, there is always a risk of industrial espionage due to criminal or state actors.

So how do you take the necessary steps to assess and mitigate physical, cyber and human error risk factors and protect from valuable information being lost?  

This interactive training session will take participants through several scenarios where adversaries try to extract information through high and low-tech means, from sophisticated eavesdropping and cyber-intrusions to social engineering everyday human encounters. If you’re on the road, how do you prepare and respond? And if you can’t be there, how do you brief and inform colleagues so they can protect themselves?

Speakers:
Jason Dibley, Technical Director, QCC Global
Nick Gicinto, Vice President, Executive Guardian, RiskIQ

Facilitator:
Orhan Topcu, Senior regional security manager MEA, Microsoft

Only available for leadership pass holders – register now

Professional Track
For Professional Pass and Leadership Pass
Professional Track
Professional Track
Trends in Convergence - Research by the ASIS Foundation
10:40 - 11:25
Trends in Convergence - Research by the ASIS Foundation

The ASIS Foundation conducted a global research project on the convergence of physical security, cybersecurity, and business continuity programs. We'll discuss the changing nature of the security environment and expectations that are driving executive expectation of a security department and the services they provide; a review of the ASIS Foundation's research; a discussion on convergence trends and the transformational issues within the security industry; and receive input for the future needs and direction of similar research.

Speakers:
John A Petruzzi Jr., CPP, EVP, Northeast Region & Head of ISS - G4S Americas

Brian Allen, ASIS Foundation Board of Trustees, E&Y

Available for leadership pass and professional pass holders – register now

Organization Resilience and Business Continuity, an International Organization perspective
11:30 - 12:15
Organization Resilience and Business Continuity, an International Organization perspective

The presentation aim to share an insight Organization Resilience Management System (ORMS) within the UN system. Providing a perspective and an understanding of the challenges within an international organisation, more so the implementation of business continuity in a non-financial or manufacturing processes working environment. The presentation will provide a view of the general assembly resolution on Organization Resilience. The speaker will share examples comparing the private and the public sector in implementing BC strategy, in particular between telecom companies and his most recent experience in a specialized agency in Vienna and discuss field and headquarter differences when preparing resilience and business continuity plans. The session would address the mission essential function (MEF) specialized agency perspective which is similar to government agencies approach to resilience. It would provide personal insight in the challenges facing during the deployment of BC and resilience culture within an international organisation.

Speaker: Luca Tenzi, ORMS Consultant, International Organisation

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Fraud Cases and Lessons Learned
13:30 - 14:15
Fraud Cases and Lessons Learned

After finishing a fraud investigation an investigator usually looks back and asks: “How could it happen?” Often these reviews arrive at a point where basic principles of security- or fraud-management were neglected or applied half-hearted. This presentation is about case studies from the insurance industry and the banking sector. It points out how crooks could exploit weaknesses of due diligence and internal controls. Finally, it brings basic rules of fraud-management into play and shows how they could have prevented fraud.

Speaker: Bernhard Maier, Private Investigator, BM-Investigations e.U.

Available for leadership pass and professional pass holders – register now

Security & Procurement Collaboration – The Power of a Strategic Partnership
14:20 - 15:05
Security & Procurement Collaboration – The Power of a Strategic Partnership

The Security as well as the Procurement Function, even as independent business partners, provide operational success and improvement to the business. But from a business management perspective there are clear win-win scenarios, if both become aligned and collaborative they grow into strategically embedded business enablers. To achieve this, it is pivotal to understand not only the business, but moreover the functions performance management, tools and processes. The session will highlight known challenges, real-life examples and best practices when generating partnership opportunities in a joint playbook, to improve efficiency and returns for the business.

Speaker: Alexander Zippel, CPP, Senior Global Security & BCM Operations Manager, DHL Supply Chain

Only available for professional and leadership pass holders – register now

Dealing with Risks and Uncertainty: Scientific Insights into Human Behaviour, Risk Assessments and Decision Making
15:50 - 16:35
Dealing with Risks and Uncertainty: Scientific Insights into Human Behaviour, Risk Assessments and Decision Making

Security practitioners deal with risks on a daily basis and they are assumed to be familiar with the concept of risk. So far, however, little is known about the psychological processes of individual security professionals. How do they perceive probabilities and assess uncertainties? Which aspects of security risk are considered valuable? What is the role of individual security expertise on risk assessments? During the past years the presenter committed empirical scientific studies in the field of individual decision making concerning security risks. During this interactive lecture the audience participates and their results are compared to the results of scientific research.

Speaker: Johan de Wit, FPhd Candidate & Technical Officer Enterprise Security, TU Delft, Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management & Siemens

Available for leadership pass and professional pass holders – register now

Professional track session
16:40 - 17:25
Professional track session



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Innovation Track
Innovation Track
Innovation Track
Information Management During Crises
09:25 - 09:45
Information Management During Crises

Whenever a crisis hits a well-prepared organisation, the crisis management team (CMT) will be alerted, so they can start their crisis management process. One of the major difficulties in crisis management is the quick development of events and in many cases, the difficulty of getting clear on what precisely is the problem.

This situation can be improved by making sure all verified information is disseminated to the right people immediately, wherever they are. So that they in turn can make the right decisions.

In this talk we will focus on the hurdles that might be encountered when implementing a digital solution for information management, and what the perceived benefits are when the transformation has been made.

Speaker: tbc ‎

How to Gain a “Crisis Advantage” with Real-Time Information
09:50 - 10:10
How to Gain a “Crisis Advantage” with Real-Time Information

To reduce the impact of an unfolding crisis, companies need a clear, accurate and early line of sight into emerging risks. Leaders can then act with confidence and seize opportunities to preserve brand reputation while driving operational excellence.

To ascertain how real-time information can help companies gain advanced warning of an incident and use that information to their advantage, Dataminr analysed 100 crises affecting international organisations in the past year.

Watch this seminar to learn:

- How long companies have, on average, to act from initial indication of a crisis until its peak
- How crises impact sectors such as energy, finance, manufacturing, retail and transport
- How real-time alerts can be used to prepare for, respond to, and recover from a crisis

Speaker: Tim Willis, Director of Corporate Risk, Dataminr

How to manage crisis situations professionally – best-practice examples in the health & event industry
10:40 - 11:00
How to manage crisis situations professionally – best-practice examples in the health & event industry

What would you do if you were a hospital amidst a mass-casualty incident and had to get as many physicians as possible into your filling surgery rooms immediately? Let’s say you are organising the woman’s soccer world cup and are expecting hundreds of thousands people. How do you coordinate and communicate with the whole operations team at the same time? In this short talk we will take a look into how two very different companies are tackling their challenges with alerting and crisis management.

Speaker: Eske Ofner, Head of Sales, F24 AG

How to manage crisis situations professionally – best-practice examples in the health & event industry
10:40 - 11:00
How to manage crisis situations professionally – best-practice examples in the health & event industry

What would you do if you were a hospital amidst a mass-casualty incident and had to get as many physicians as possible into your filling surgery rooms immediately? Let’s say you are organising the woman’s soccer world cup and are expecting hundreds of thousands people. How do you coordinate and communicate with the whole operations team at the same time? In this short talk we will take a look into how two very different companies are tackling their challenges with alerting and crisis management.

Speaker: Eske Ofner, Head of Sales, F24 AG

Preparing for the GSOC of the future
11:05 - 11:25
Preparing for the GSOC of the future

The intersection between people, process and technology has evolved over the past decade. Traditionally, GSOCs would rely on human detection of security incidents but most incidents would go unnoticed. With efficiency in mind, the market moved towards analytical algorithms that would detect the incidents while the operators would respond. But analytics introduced an overwhelming amount of nuance false alarms that has desensitized the operator. With the growth in machine learning, correlative engines and process management systems, the future GSOC promises drastically fewer nuances alarms and procedural guidance for operators.

Speaker: Jean-Philippe Deby, Head of Building Industrial Market Segment, Genetec

Innovation session
11:30 - 11:50
Innovation session

Innovation session
11:55 - 12:15
Innovation session

The Nedap Trend Report 2020: How physical access control adds value to your business
13:30 - 13:50
The Nedap Trend Report 2020: How physical access control adds value to your business

Often security is perceived within companies as a necessity and a cost center…. During our session at the ASIS Europe 2020 we will share the outcomes and insights of our Annual Trend Report in which we would like to touch upon several topics; how access control can add value to your business, Identity flow management, information management, staying in control of your organization and access control & the future. Always wondered how access control can add value to your business? This is the moment to find out!

Speakers:
Timon Padberg, Sales Manager Global Clients, Nedap

Indoor Positioning: Changing the Paradigm of Situational Awareness
13:55 - 14:15
Indoor Positioning: Changing the Paradigm of Situational Awareness

This presentation features actual customer deployments of an indoor positioning solution in conjunction with command and control technology which is transforming how security leaders attain true situational awareness to coordinate and respond to individual and widespread incidents. The ability to see not just the building where incidents and resources are located, but also, the floor, wing and even meeting room inside a high-rise building with a high degree of accuracy is a game-changer. The technology is particularly well suited for corporate security leaders and risk officers who are looking to fulfill their duty of care and boost their team’s performance with medical emergencies, PEEPs, building evacuations and of course, active threats.

Speaker: Laurence Perkins, Head of Security, University of Leicester

Harassment during Air Travel
14:20 - 14:40
Harassment during Air Travel

Dr Sophie Harwood has over ten years experience in the travel security field and has been the Women Travellers' Advisor for beTravelwise since 2015. She previously worked as a security analyst and crisis management communications associate in Hong Kong and London for Goldman Sachs, a Fortune 100 investment bank, and as a travel security training specialist in Paris for International SOS, the world's largest medical and travel security services firm. She is currently based in Berlin, where she is a senior editor for the language-learning app Babbel, and a member of the teaching faculty at Humboldt University.

Given the stringent levels of security and identity checks that travellers have to pass in order to take their seat on a plane, you'd be forgiven for thinking that it was a pretty safe space. Think again. Recent reports and court cases show that sexual harassment and assaults can and do take place during flights a lot more frequently than you may think. In this session, Dr Sophie Harwood will give an outline of the current situation and an overview of some recent cases, some practical advice on how to mitigate the risks of encountering it, suggestions on what to do if it happens to you or someone you know, and what airlines and airports could be doing to help put a stop it.

Speaker: Dr Sophie Harwood, Women Travel Advisor, beTravelwise

Enhancing Duty of Care with Local Intelligence and Geofencing
14:45 - 15:05
Enhancing Duty of Care with Local Intelligence and Geofencing

In our digital era, geofencing technology provides an innovative life-saving solution. If matched with the right travel intelligence that’s highly detailed and local, it can greatly boost the success of travel risk management (TRM) while enhancing the commitment to duty of care of an organisation. The benefits for TRM of a geofencing-based traveller tracking tool are found not only in high-risk destinations but also in seemingly much less risky locales. However, simply applying geofencing to TRM is not enough if it is not built around appropriate travel risk intelligence. As we move further into a digital world, organisations need to start building an enhanced TRM programme not just on geofencing but also on access to relevant, detailed travel risk intelligence.

Speaker: Emanuele Scansani, Director of Partnerships and Strategic Relations, Riskline

The Path to ESRM
15:50 - 16:10
The Path to ESRM

2020 is shaping up to be the year where ESRM is not just an abstract concept, but the year where corporate security leaders need tangible plans to execute ESRM programs to keep up with peers in the industry and meet executive expectations. The road to ESRM is long and takes hard work to change the culture and visibility of security in the company.

Join us to learn the best practices from companies who are at different points on their ESRM journey from engaging the global workforce, to continuously assessing risks to advanced usage of temporal data to identify root cause and mitigate risks.

Speaker: Jeff Sieben, Product Manager, Resolver, & IT Security Community Chair of ASIS International

Innovation session
16:15 - 16:35
Innovation session

Turning the perception of security on its head: how to reframe security as a value-add business enabler
16:40 - 17:00
Turning the perception of security on its head: how to reframe security as a value-add business enabler

In many organisations, the security function is still viewed purely as a necessity there to protect the business and its employees from potential risk. Although risk mitigation must always be paramount, the capabilities, insights and strategic vision of today’s security professional can provide organisations with so much more. Far from stifling innovation, the security function can actually stimulate new ways of thinking and add tangible value. This session looks at how security professionals can best position themselves as the business diplomat and encourage real interdepartmental cooperation and collaboration. It includes real-life examples of global organisations who’ve successfully broken down the silos, turned the perception of security on its head, and are helping to deliver significant bottom-line value across the business.

Speaker: Matthew Judge, Group Managing Director, The Anvil Group

Boosting your Cyber Security Resilience by enabling the Human Factor and AI
17:05 - 17:25
Boosting your Cyber Security Resilience by enabling the Human Factor and AI

Did you know that 97% of cyber attacks focus on the human factor and not the machine? And did you know that 91% of successful attacks started with a so-called phishing attack?

Imagine what would happen if these attacks against companies and their employees would increase and think about what could happen if you don't train your employees against such dangers!

Together with his customer Robert Bosch LUCY Security shows what the threats and cyber attacks are. The current damage costs are also highlighted. The impacts of awareness measures such as phishing simulations and trainings are shown. Through AI-enabled cyber security awareness, Robert Bosch now has a fraction of the click-through rates of the past and more vigilant employees.

Futhermore, reporting and AI based analysis procedures for suspicious email communication will be presented. Recommendations on how to significantly reduce the risk of burglary and damage round off the presentation.

Speakers:
Samantha Danilowski, IT Security Analyst, Robert Bosch LLC
Palo Stacho, Head of Operations, LUCY Security AG

Career Centre Track
Career Centre Track
Career Centre Track
ASIS Women in Security + Young Professionals Breakfast
08:00 - 08:45
ASIS Women in Security + Young Professionals Breakfast

Organized by Lynn de Vries, CPP, PCI, James Morris, CPP, and Denis Ziga. Join us for this unique opportunity to network with young professionals and women in security from all over the globe.

Certification
10:40 - 11:25
Certification

European Salary Survey
11:30 - 12:15
European Salary Survey

ASIS and SSR® Personnel have teamed up for the 2020 salary survey which reviews more than 12,000 security professionals across the finance sector, manufacturing, extractives, FMCG and logistics. SSR® offer a unique prospective on European recruitment reviewing the trends and developments for management risk and resilience professionals in Europe. They will benchmark salaries and identify how similar professionals have demonstrated their value in their organisations. If you are looking to join the security profession they will also answer any questions you may have.

Speaker: Peter French, CPP, CEO, SSR Personnel

Young Professionals - The Future of the Industry Part 1
13:30 - 14:15
Young Professionals - The Future of the Industry Part 1

Opening with views on the state of the industry for YPs followed by a presentation on the ‘Future of the Industry’ from Bruno Kalhoj, Head of Division, Security & Safety, European Central Bank.

Facilitator:
James Morris, CPP, Head of Security Services, EMEA, Corporate Protection Services, Aon

Young Professionals - The Future of the Industry Part 2
14:20 - 15:05
Young Professionals - The Future of the Industry Part 2

Presentations of part 1 will be followed by a facilitated panel in an interactive session talking about what the future of the industry could look like and what YPs need to be thinking about in early stages of their careers to direct them to be a leader in 2030. Discussion around threats, jobs, and technology.

Facilitator:
James Morris, CPP, Head of Security Services, EMEA, Corporate Protection Services, Aon

Career Centre session
15:50 - 16:35
Career Centre session

What skills are needed to flourish and inspire in a world of increasing VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous)?
16:40 - 17:25
What skills are needed to flourish and inspire in a world of increasing VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous)?

How would your organisation manage a staff evacuation from hurricane-hit Florida, whilst monitoring US & Middle East tensions? How do you ensure your teams in Hong Kong are not impacted by increasingly unpredictable protest activity alongside a Coronavirus outbreak in mainland China? In a VUCA environment, organisations face a lack of predictability across political, economic, cultural, financial and technological structures. Not all will be well positioned to successfully manage the security threats this radical environment presents. Explore the competencies required to build a versatile, multicultural and highly competent security team for this current climate. What diversity should you consider in the profile of those you bring onboard? Examine best practices for detecting, hiring, recruiting, training and promoting (+ retaining) security professionals to be best positioned for success.

Speaker: Xavier Carn, Vice-President Security, EMEA, International SOS

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From Resilience to Antifragility
10:00 - 10:45
From Resilience to Antifragility

You know the structure of building a good security program, right? In broad strokes, the first step is understanding risks. The second step is identifying vulnerabilities. Next, you identify the gaps between your current position and your desired position. But then what? What do you do to go from risk mitigation to resilience? Or, even better, from Resilience to Antifragility?
Antifragility is the state of growing stronger as a result of volatility, shock, stressors, noise, attacks and failures.
How do we build programs which get stronger through experiencing stress? We will discuss the common stressors of a security program, good program design practices, and the required outlook and attitude for developing and maintaining an antifragile business enabling security program.

Speaker: J. Nicole Mc Dargh, CPP, Regional Director Physical Security, Health, Safety And Building And Office Services, Richemont

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How Security Data Adds Value to the Organisation
11:30 - 12:15
How Security Data Adds Value to the Organisation

With a holistic view on resilience you can identify security processes and information that fit into a bigger picture for your organisation’s operation, and add value beyond the day to day security function. This presentation will outline how to approach this challenge, what components are included when thinking resilience rather than “just” security, and how to identify the key stakeholders in your organisation.

You will see examples of how security expertise together with organisational knowledge generated valuable data from security systems and how this was used differently to support the bigger picture of the organisation in addition to their “traditional” security use.

Finally, you will see how to create awareness and communicate the benefits to key actors across the organisation, using soft skills to present this data in the right way and demonstrate how your team contributes to resilience.

Speaker: Bruno Kalhoj, Head of Division, Security & Safety, European Central Bank

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Building an Enterprise Wide Security Risk Management Programme in Just 3 Years
12:20 - 13:05
Building an Enterprise Wide Security Risk Management Programme in Just 3 Years

1. Solvay has built an enterprise wide security risk management programme and advanced its security to mature level in a 3-year timewindow
2. This presentation describes the journey Solvay has taken, and provides key insights in critical success factors as well as detractors and obstacles observed along the way.
3. In addition, the presentation will also focus on the essential organisational conditions for successfully implementing an enterprise security risk management philosophy

Speaker: Werner Cooreman, CPP, PSP, SVP - Group Security Director, Solvay

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Closing Keynote: A Secure Space - Multi-Dimensional Decision Making
14:15 - 15:30
Closing Keynote: A Secure Space - Multi-Dimensional Decision Making

The task of the security professional has always been broad but what does the European Space Agency have to consider in its role as a key enabler for Europe’s citizen? From security in space, security from space and physical security at its wide variety of operating locations this keynote will highlight some of the challenges that must be confronted. Some aspects might be cutting edge, but the realities of guaranteeing secure environments will resonate with all.

Speaker: Paul Cannock, Head of the Estates and Facilities Management Department, European Space Agency

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Farewell Drink
15:30 - 16:00
Farewell Drink

President's Reception
20:00 - 22:00
President's Reception

Leadership Track 2
Leadership Track 2
Leadership Track 2
Security Risks from Extreme Weather, Part 1: Outlook/Predictions
09:10 - 09:55
Security Risks from Extreme Weather, Part 1: Outlook/Predictions

The World Economic Forum Global Risks Report 2020 ranked Extreme Weather Events as number 1 in terms of likelihood and number 4 in terms of impact. How well do you understand this risk and how does it relate to the role of the security leader?

This session provides an expert, global overview of the type of risk, key locations impacted, potential damage, and organisational perceptions and preparations for these risks.

Speaker: Michael Szoenyi, Flood Resilience Program Lead, Zurich Insurance Company

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Security Risks from Extreme Weather, Part 2: Perceptions and Preparedness Debate
10:00 - 10:45
Security Risks from Extreme Weather, Part 2: Perceptions and Preparedness Debate

A facilitated discussion with expert and audience input on how security professionals perceive and prepare for this risk. Explore topics of such as working across silos, quantifying different types of risk, communicating and prioritising.

James Morris, CPP, Head of Security Services EMEA, Aon, as facilitator

Michael Szoenyi, Flood Resilience Program Lead, Zurich Insurance Company, as expert contributor

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How Supply-Chain Optimisation Practices Help Criminals Get Rich!
11:30 - 12:15
How Supply-Chain Optimisation Practices Help Criminals Get Rich!

Attacking supply chains in order for criminals to operate their business has grown into a global enterprise scenario with double digit profit margins with acceptable risks.

As such supply chain interruptions are likely to increase causing your company financial and or reputational harm.

In this presentation we think as a criminal using normal management practises (cost reduction, flexibility, and you name all buzz words) as a way of inspiration to build up a succesful "criminal" enterprise.

As a takeaway we want you to look at your supply chain from a different angle and review if some easy and or cheap adjustments can reduce your companies risk.

Speaker: Björn Hartong, CPP, Senior Risk Engineer Marine & Security, Zurich Insurance

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Implementing Global Solutions to Current and Emerging Threats in Critical Infrastructure
12:20 - 13:05
Implementing Global Solutions to Current and Emerging Threats in Critical Infrastructure

The evolving global threat landscape requires a comprehensive approach of sharing information and lessons learned with international partners on how to manage risk and build resilience to critical infrastructure.

Brian Harrell, Assistant Director for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) Infrastructure Security Division in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will share a strategic perspective on how DHS works with international partner agencies and the private sector on a global scale to mitigate the threat to critical lifeline sectors, and the latest resources and information DHS offers to help build a culture of sustainable resilience.

DHS’s CISA, as the nation’s risk advisor, focuses on cyber-physical convergence, soft target protection, countering the UAS threat, supply chain, and compliance efforts.

Speaker: Brian Harrell, Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Security, Department of Homeland Security

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President's Reception
20:00 - 22:00
President's Reception

Leadership Training Track
Leadership Training Track
Leadership Training Track
Investigations – Collaboration and Tension between Security and HR
09:10 - 10:45
Investigations – Collaboration and Tension between Security and HR

A purely security driven view of the investigative mission and process is likely to create friction within today’s increasingly flexible, collaborative and trust-based company cultures.

In addition, employment laws and GDPR may present challenges for the security team in pursuing their investigative path, and security practitioners will need to foster collaborative approaches with their HR colleagues to achieve results within legal and ethical frameworks.

Using a recent well-publicised example of a high profile employee investigation gone wrong as one of several scenarios, this interactive training session will take participants through some of the most complex and potentially controversial judgements that may arise when juggling investigative objectives, maintaining a positive company culture, and the risk of reputational damage.

Speakers:
Eva Mueller, Global HR Business Partner, Hilti Corporation
Werner Cooreman, CPP, PSP, Senior Vice President – Group Security Director, Solvay Group

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Smart on the Outside, Smart(er) on the Inside – Securely Upgrading Your Building’s Technology
11:30 - 13:05
Smart on the Outside, Smart(er) on the Inside – Securely Upgrading Your Building’s Technology

The Francis Crick Institute is a world-renowned scientific research centre located in central London. The building was designed to be as smart and sustainable as the tech of the day allowed, utilising an array of technological solutions for both security and building management purposes. The vision now is to make this a smart(er) building, by connecting disparate systems by hard integrations and API’s.

With the public profile of the centre and its easily accessible location, a number of specific challenges are presented to the in-house security team. In addition, the pace of technology developments means there is always a “newer, better” system on the market presenting potential developments.

Following an introduction to the facility and its threat profile, this workshop will take you through several interactive scenarios so you can:
- Learn from real-life experience on implementing integrated security and smart building systems
- Understand specific challenges around systems integration and potential new risks brought by connected building systems
- Discuss when smart(er) may not be better and where lower tech solutions might be safer, or more cost effective
- Exchange with experienced peers on creative uses of security technology to improve the building users’ experience

Led by Iain Macpherson, Security Systems Manager and Leo Kelly, Security and Risk Management Analyst from The Francis Crick Institute, this workshop is based on an idea first proposed by the Institute’s former CSO, the late David Clark, CPP, PCI, PSP, and is dedicated to his memory.

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President's Reception
20:00 - 22:00
President's Reception

Professional Track
For Leadership and Professional Pass
Professional Track
Professional Track
The Explosive Drone threat: A physical security paradigm shift
09:10 - 09:55
The Explosive Drone threat: A physical security paradigm shift

The wide availability of small to medium sized commercial unmanned aerial vehicles or drones, together with their relative ease of manipulation, makes them a considerable new threat to consider in any security risk analysis scheme. The increased affordability, flight stability, payload capacity and autonomy has made it possible to consider these drones as effective munition vectors, not only for regular armies but also for non-state actors, criminals and terrorist organizations.

Equipped with Improvised Explosive Devices (IED’s), these drones can be used as a low cost weapon to disrupt governemental, societal or commercial activity by creating panic, causing structural damage and lead to the loss of human life.

We will go into the details of the explosive drone threat: what are the effects to take into account and which countermeasures are available.

Speaker: Dr. Ir. David Lecompte, Professor and head of the Military & Protective Engineering Research Unit, Royal Military Academy in Brussels

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Engaging Employees in Compliance and Security Culture
10:00 - 10:20
Engaging Employees in Compliance and Security Culture

Security, Compliance, Governance, Risk Management. They all co-exist, but most organisations manage all of them separately.

Compliance is no longer a purely regulatory domain. Ethics and integrity play an integral role in building a security rule based culture built on principles rather than on business at whatever cost.

GDPR has opened a lot of discussion regarding compliance, its role in business and the way it lets organisations manage risks related to information security.

It is time to move from reacting to regulatory changes to building a strong culture of ethics and integrity. For that to happen businesses must realise the key is their employees.

Speaker: Petr Moroz, Managing Partner, Screening Solutions s.r.o.

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Identifying Truth During the Interview Process
10:25 - 10:45
Identifying Truth During the Interview Process

Always want to know the truth? It is very easy! Just learn how to listen and see proper details in words, facial expression, voice and gestures and interpret them correctly.

The process of interview is extremely important for the certain positions such as HR specialists and recruiters, internal auditors, investigators, security specialists etc during which they need to asses critically incoming information and take relevant decisions. But not everyone is ready to disclose the truth and moreover somebody tries to hide it. How to identify the truth during dialog ?

The presentation will provide important practical tools how to evaluate if the counter part tells the truth or not. It will clearly show what main information channels exist and which of them should pay special attention to. What are the main tasks during the interview , how its ideal structure should look like and what questions should be asked.

Speaker: Mikhail Cheremisinov, Regional Lp Manager, Russia. Cis, Turkey, Levi Strauss & Co

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Terrorism in Europe 2020: Threat Management Update for Corporations
11:30 - 12:15
Terrorism in Europe 2020: Threat Management Update for Corporations

This presentation will offer a fast-paced review of current and near future terrorism threat trending in Europe, followed by a review of key new risk management best practices.

Speaker: Glenn Schoen, CEO, Boardroom@crisis Bv

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How to Strategically Align the Executive Protection Programme With the Business
12:20 - 13:05
How to Strategically Align the Executive Protection Programme With the Business

Executives that require protection services are not always members of the C-Suite and in most cases, are more visible and accessible than the CEO. Promptly recognising this industry nuance will afford practitioners the ability to extend the life cycle of Executive Protection Programmes.

Developing a business model framework for the Executive Protection Programme that is strategically aligned with the business will position security managers as thought partners and strategic leaders within the organisation as opposed to being viewed as a tactical department. Opportunities to develop scalable and sustainable Executive Protection Programmes occur when practitioners apply business acumen, such as leadership, change management, development of key performance indicators and metrics, to operational security services.

Speaker: Benjamin Coleman, Global Security Executive Services Manager, Facebook

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Innovation Track
Innovation Track
Innovation Track
Innovation session
09:10 - 09:30
Innovation session

How Security Leaders Can Influence the Success of Digital Transformation Programs
09:35 - 09:55
How Security Leaders Can Influence the Success of Digital Transformation Programs

Many digital transformation programs under-perform against expectations, as technology, customer behaviours and credible disruptive forces are changing faster than enterprises can adapt. Yet, digital transformation programs continue as the commercial pressures to transform intensify. For security leads DT is not about technology; it is increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of security by leveraging the best available resources. Before starting any DT program, it is essential to formalise security strategy before making any investments. Successful programs leverage insider knowledge, rather than bringing in teams of outside consultants. Programs should be designed from the outside in, ensuring security is not only robust but is unobtrusive. As with all change it is essential to recognize employees’ fear of being replaced, they need to be engaged in the process.

Speaker: Darren Oddie, Chief Marketing Officer, CNL

Access Badges R.I.P.
10:00 - 10:20
Access Badges R.I.P.

Will access badges soon disappear? Will the industry deliver on the promise of frictionless access control? For decades we have been relying on access badges to open turnstiles, gates and doors. Yet several studies show that people don’t like badges, and want more user friendly ways to get where they need to go. Will smartphones, facial recognition or security wearables soon replace access badges? In this session we discuss what is possible today and analyze the pros and cons of different the technology alternatives. We also present a risk-based framework that allows you to rethink access control for your specific environment.

Speaker: Bart Vansevenant, Chief Product Officer, RightCrowd

Executive Protection & Data Protection – How do you protect your client's data when working in the field
10:25 - 10:45
Executive Protection & Data Protection – How do you protect your client's data when working in the field

Data protection is on everyone's mind and with GDPR, the need to protect your client's information is no longer at your discretion. Whether emails between yourself and the Principal's PA, print outs of schedules or the use of IoT Wifi devices in your hotel or office, information is vulnerable to unsolicited sharing and hacking. How does the Executive Protection industry effectively protect their client's data when in the field? What proactive steps can be taken by EP teams when operating and what training should be provided to ensure your team is compliant and mitigates the risk of data leakage.

Speaker: Mac Segal, Vice President, Business Development Emea, AS Solution

Resilience is the key to success
11:30 - 11:50
Resilience is the key to success

Today's world is not about power or money, it's all about resilience. Your organization's size or market share is rather irrelevant in this ever-changing environment. Even Jeff Bezos, Amazon's CEO, has recently declared: "I predict one day Amazon will fail. Amazon will go bankrupt. Our job is to delay it as long as possible". How? Being resilient! It is the only key to long-term success. This presentation discusses several case studies and provides a perspective on how security managers can influence their organizations' culture in a way that resilience is embedded in top management's strategic decisions to gain or maintain competitive advantage.

Speaker: Alberto Mattia, Chief Executive Officer, Panta Ray

What Makes An Organization Resilient?
11:55 - 12:15
What Makes An Organization Resilient?

Catastrophic events caused by severe weather, increasingly sporadic threat conditions, and malicious behavior continue to change how we live, work and play. Although preventing all critical events is out of our control, the use of global threat intelligence in conjunction with proactive response planning and strategies can help you rapidly respond to - and even avoid - sudden, unexpected disruptions.

This presentation will address some of the common challenges security, business continuity, operations, and risk professionals face when managing critical events. Attendees will walk away with actionable best practice strategies to ensure employees are kept safe and business disruptions are minimised or even avoided altogether.

Speaker: Scott Morrison, Vice President Global CEM Industry Solutions, Everbridge

Protective Monitoring - Uncovering Physical Threats
12:20 - 12:40
Protective Monitoring - Uncovering Physical Threats

How can dedicated and focused web monitoring increase organisational security?

Using extended WEBINT capabilities you can identify and mitigate existing and emerging threats. Protective monitoring is a custom-made-solution that was designed to enhance your intelligence coverage focusing on your interests.

How protective monitoring can protect against violent demonstrations, attacks, or negative campaigns?

The realm of information is boundless – including clear, deep and darknet, from open sources and up-to restricted closed chat-rooms where criminals plan their next move.

Without a full understanding of the web’s domains, it's impossible to build holistic intelligence solutions that can fully protect your company.

It's the security managers' goal to develop methods and sources against those threats, but are they looking in the right places?

The combination of geopolitical intelligence and Protective provides this holistic intelligence coverage.

In This presentation, through real case studies, we will discuss the basics and added value of Protective Monitoring and the ways to implement it in your organization

Speaker: Tzahi Shraga, Chief Intelligence Officer, MAX Security

When ”OoO” Becomes the New Normal - How Increasing Mobility in the Workforce is Changing Resilience
12:45 - 13:05
When ”OoO” Becomes the New Normal - How Increasing Mobility in the Workforce is Changing Resilience

Join us for an overview of trends and macro changes that put new requirements on employee safety and the employers responsibility:

• ”OoO”: What happens when Out of Office becomes the new normal for an increasing mobile or remote workforce?
• From guidelines to requirements. How changes in the employer’s responsibility affect you.
• Machines as employees, how robotization is now affecting the workforce.
• From Push messaging to Pull messaging – what happens to employee awareness when the messaging is constantly distorted?

Speaker: Magnus Hultman, CEO, Safeture

The Power Incident Data has on Business Resilience
14:15 - 14:35
The Power Incident Data has on Business Resilience

We dive into the art of identifying and collecting incident data, and how we apply this to improve business resilience across the planet. We take a close look into real incident datasets and demonstrate how these can influence high-level decision making to improve the safety and growth of businesses.

This workshop includes over 8 years of data collected on kidnappings, shootings, road traffic accidents, and shellings and how intelligence analysts interpret this data to add substantial value to operations managers, especially, in high-risk environments. High impact areas include Turkey, Kenya, KSA, and Afghanistan.

Speaker: Scott Wilcox, CEO & Founding Partner, Sicuro Group

Boosting your Cyber Security Resilience by enabling the Human Factor and AI
14:40 - 15:00
Boosting your Cyber Security Resilience by enabling the Human Factor and AI

Did you know that 97% of cyber attacks focus on the human factor and not the machine? And did you know that 91% of successful attacks started with a so-called phishing attack?

Imagine what would happen if these attacks against companies and their employees would increase and think about what could happen if you don't train your employees against such dangers!

Together with his customer Robert Bosch LUCY Security shows what the threats and cyber attacks are. The current damage costs are also highlighted. The impacts of awareness measures such as phishing simulations and trainings are shown. Through AI-enabled cyber security awareness, Robert Bosch now has a fraction of the click-through rates of the past and more vigilant employees.

Futhermore, reporting and AI based analysis procedures for suspicious email communication will be presented. Recommendations on how to significantly reduce the risk of burglary and damage round off the presentation.

Speakers:
Samantha Danilowski, IT Security Analyst, Robert Bosch LLC
Palo Stacho, Head of Operations, LUCY Security AG

Career Centre Track
Career Centre Track
Career Centre Track
Friday, 3 April 2020