IFSEC is the world's leading global annual security event, uniting over 25,000 security professionals with more than 600 world leading companies. The exhibition also boasts a comprehensive educational programme. The event will run for 3 days from the 10-12 May 2010 and entry is free.
At the event series of conference modules are presented alongside the exhibition which delegates can attend to keep up-to-date with key issues, hear the very latest in legislative and technological developments, and share best practice.
Wilson Chowdhry the Vice Chair has been invited to give a presentation on on 11th May 2010 about corporate security. Wilson's session begins at 15:05 and he will be joined by the following speakers inter alia;
- Neil Stansfield, OSCT Deputy Director for Science & Technology, The Home Office
- Chris Phillips GCGI, MSyI., DCI Head of The National Counter Terrorism Security Office (NaCTSO)
- Simon Whitehorn, Security Management Specialist, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Foundation Trust
- John Shaw, Managing Director Police Support Services, G4S
- Steve Kemsley, Head of Industry Engagement, Olympic & Paralympic Security Directorate
- Mike Hurst, Vice Chairman – Strategy, ASIS International Chapter 208
- Don Randall MBE, Head of Security, Bank of England
- Paul Mackie, Compliance Director, Camerawatch Ltd
- Jonas Andersson, Axis Communications & Chairman of Steering Committee, ONVIF
[These are but a few of the guest speakers to the event we will provide a more comprehensive list once the organisers have completed the schedule.]
The topics Wilson will be covering as part of his presentation include:
Learn more about the event here:
15:05 Prioritising and contingency planning
Managing risk and ensuring you are focusing on the right priorities
Planning for essential business continuity and crisis management on a budget
Taking a holistic approach to corporate security
The event organisers said;
"Thank you so much for your call today letting me know that you have agreed to speak at the IFSEC conference this year. I am thrilled that you would like to participate in the conference and I can therefore confirm your involvement as a speaker at 15:05 on 11th May 2010."
I have been criticised indirectly by one of our "most professional" Pakistani Christian reporters. If you read the same persons Facebook entries, you will see that despite his claim to scrutinise all the emails that are received by him, many have been copied directly from the emails sent to him, including the intrinsic grammatical and spelling error. The same gentleman may want to come to my presentation. Should he do so he will note that from the names displayed so far, I may be the only ethnic minority speaker at a huge event (this may not be correct and is speculation),that will be attended predominantly by leading security executives and consultants. This is a big leap for a Pakistani Christian and I hope that I will present our community in a positive light. Please do pray for me.