Smart Cities and Communities: Connecting Citizens
- 08:30 - 17:00
- America Square Conference Centre, London
Critical Infrastructure Protection: Securing the Public Realm will inform and update your organisation's security strategies against terrorism, protection of its infrastructure and people, and help to minimise vulnerabilities against complex threats and potential targets.
The threat level from international terrorism in the UK remains at severe meaning an attack is highly likely. In 2017 the UK has been seen a range of major terrorist incidents and attacks. The Manchester Arena bombing and terrorist incidents across London, such as attacks on Westminster Bridge and at Palace of Westminster, London Bridge, and Finsbury Park Mosque, have heightened the need to protect citizens and secure public spaces. In the current security context protecting critical infrastructure and people has never been more challenging or important.
Attendees will learn the approach in assessing and managing threats that could lead to disruption to their organisations. This workshop also teaches how to evaluate the capability to response rapidly to an incident and quickly recover operations. The agenda will guide those with critical infrastructure responsibilities and duties through mitigation and prevention strategies to protect their organisation against attacks.
Through this workshop, you will get a chance to listen to and study with a world leading advisor on anti & counter-terrorism techniques & strategies. Noel G. Whelan will guide attendees through the need for well-planned and effective critical infrastructure protection and the challenges we now face in maintaining our nations critical infrastructures in the post 9/11 international and domestic security environment.
In this part of the seminar you will learn to differentiate between general and specific threats issued by terrorist organisations or lone wolf individual terrorists for political, religious or commercial reasons against your critical infrastructure.
Unknown threats from persons working inside your critical infrastructure can seriously undermine your operations. This section of the workshop looks at what you should do if you discover a potential threat within your working environments. All professional crimes are the product of effective surveillance and communication on behalf of a potential Terrorist group. Therefore, all professional crime begins with some forms of surveillance. This section of the seminar will aid your employees to Identify suspicious activities in a timely manner to alert the appropriate authorities and take necessary actions.
Defensives measures - actions you should take. This section of the seminar looks at planning to prevent or minimise the effects of explosive devices on your environment. Learn what & what not to do in the event of a major event within your protected environment.
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Personnel with critical infrastructure responsibilities from the following sectors: