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28-29 SEPTEMBER 2021
OLYMPIA LONDON

International Security Week

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International Security Week

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Innovative 4 day virtual event

Following the postponement of the live International Security Expo co-located with International Cyber Expo and International Disaster Response Expo until 28-29 September 2021, Nineteen Group remains committed to serving the needs of the security and wider resilience communities through high-level content and thought leadership.

Working closely with Government, leading industry brands and international expert speakers we were pleased to host International Security Week (ISWeek), an innovative virtual event which ran online from 30 November – 3 December supporting the portfolio's core values of collaboration, innovation, & premium content.

Hosting over 45 internationally renowned speakers ISWeek was a true showcase of the challenges, priorities and innovative solutions the security, cyber and disaster response industry has to offer.

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  • Day 1 International Security Matters
  • Day 2 International Cyber Threats
  • Day 3 Protecting CNI & Crowded Places and Adapting Law and Order  
  • Day 4 International Disaster Response

 

(ISWEEK was filmed in a COVID secure environment following the government guidelines.)

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Philip Ingram MBE announced to host

Philip Ingram MBE announced to host

Philip is a widely published journalist frequently asked to comment for BBC TV News and Radio, CNN, ABC, CBC, Euronews, Turkish TRT World TV, Russian RT.com. His years of experience specialising in all areas of the security and intelligence arena stem from his long and senior career in British Military Intelligence.

CPD certified by The Security Institute

CPD certified by The Security Institute

Earn CPD points for every session you watch! With 4 days of online accessible content take advantage of whats on offer and keep up to date with the latest trends, updates and debates.

High-level sessions filmed in a real studio setting

High-level sessions filmed in a real studio setting

ISWeek brought you high-level interactive panel discussions, the very latest industry debates, fire side chats and in depth interviews with speakers, experts and industry leaders from every aspect of security, cyber and disaster response.

What's on?

Day 1 International Security Matters

Day 1 International Security Matters

Sponsored by:

hs security logohs security all brands

Lead Counter Terror Media Partner:

Counter Terror Business

  • Global Counter Terrorism & Serious Organised Crime - State of the Nation
  • Aviation & Transport - Challenges (including Biometric Security)
  • Protecting Crowded Places - Update on Martyn’s Law, known as Protect Duty
  • Terrorism planning in a pandemic
Day 2 International Cyber Threats

Day 2 International Cyber Threats

Sponsored by: 

 Tripwire

  • Exclusive Insight into latest Cyber Security Research
  • Countering the cyber threat and future trends - How has this changed during the pandemic
  • Social Engineering - The Cyber Human Factor
  • Cyber Security Baseline Training. Principles and real life examples: Phishing, social engineering, ransonware, insider threat, password security and IOT

 

Day 3 Protecting CNI & Crowded Places and Adapting Law and Order  

Day 3 Protecting CNI & Crowded Places and Adapting Law and Order  

Sponsored by

apstec

  • Challenges of Intelligence Sharing in a post Brexit world.
  • Protecting Critical National Infrastructure
  • How Law Enforcement needs to adapt to the changing nature of international security threat
  • Security for Public Places / Crowded Places

 

Day 4 International Disaster Response

Day 4 International Disaster Response

Sponsored by

blackberry

  • Disaster Response & Resilience - Immediate lessons learned from the pandemic
  • Channel Immigrant Crisis
  • Crisis Management: Preparedness, Response, Recovery
  • Communication in a Crisis/Disaster
  • Lessons Learned - Building Nightingale Hospital