International Security Week
|Date||30 Nov 2020 — 3 Dec 2020|
|Time||10:30 am — 2:15 pm GMT |5:30 am—9:15 am EST|
Since the postponement of International Security Expo, International Cyber Expo and International Disaster Response Expo, Nineteen Group have worked tirelessly to ensure we continue to bring you show stopping, thought provoking content this year.
International Security Week – 30 November – 03 December 2020 will host over 45 internationally renowned speakers from across the security, counter-terror, cyber and disaster response sectors.
Your pass will give you free access to live debates, fireside chats and panels sessions broadcast from a live studio setting providing you hours of cpd certified content.
The week of innovative high-level sessions is backed by a host of government departments, agencies and industry speakers including:
Register and tune in for as much or as little as your diary allows. Even if you can not view live, we will be sending the links to view the sessions on demand to all registrants post event.
The week will take a deep dive into some of the most topical subjects ensuring you gain the knowledge needed to remain at the forefront of your ﬁeld. Hear about the current counter terror situation and priorities from JSaRC, challenges on intelligence sharing in a post Brexit world, exclusive cyber market insights, immediate lessons learned from the global ‘pandemic disaster’ and much more.
GISF’s last webinar of 2020 will focus on the COVID-19 pandemic and how it has impacted operations around the world, and the work of the Security Risk Management professional with it. This webinar explores how organisations have and are preparing for crisis during a pandemic, differently. ACAPS will provide analytical…
TESS, the UN/NGO security communications standardisations project, was recently converted from a project to a continuous service, in which the ETC is one of the key stakeholders. During these turbulent COVID-19 times, it has been a while since WFP updated the wider TESS online community on the progress we have…