IFSEC 2013?

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IFSEC 2013?

What’s on atIFSEC 2013?Day One: Monday 13th MayWhat time? Where? What? Who?12:00 BSIA StandHall 4 C13018:30 onwards HiltonMetropoleInternational Networking EventAn opportunity to meet Commercial Officers from around the world,along with fellow security exporters from the UK, to discuss exportopportunities and make new contacts. Register online.IFSEC Awards DinnerPresentation of this year’s IFSEC Security Industry Awards.BSIA Export CouncilBSIA DirectorsDay Two: Tuesday 14th MayWhat time? Where? What? Who?10:30 – 11:00 BSIA StandHall 4 C13011:00 – 11:30 IFSEC CentreStage13:00 – 14:00 IFSEC CentreStage14:30 – 16:30 BSIA StandHall 4 C13014:30 – 15:00 IFSEC CentreStage14:50 – 15:30 TavcomTrainingTheatreIFSEC Awards PhotographyGiving finalists and winners the opportunity for an official photo onthe BSIA’s stand.‘Next Generation Networks: Preparing the Alarm Industry forChange’BSIA’s Technical Manager, Dave Wilkinson, discusses the impact ofnext generation networks on the UK’s electronic security sector.40 Years of IFSEC: Looking Back, Looking ForwardA reflection on the past and a look ahead to the next decade,in turn focusing on likely trends in those markets based aroundeconomic predictions and their own instincts.Official Premiere of the BSIA’s Information DestructionvideoA must-attend for all with an interest in secure data destruction,the BSIA’s new video launches today with a glass of bubbly and abucket of popcorn for all. Register online.Biometric Data in Schools: dealing with the Protection ofFreedoms ActThe Protection of Freedoms Act 2012 comes into force from1 September and is particularly relevant to the installation ofbiometric systems in the school environment.Overview and update of CCTV standardsPaul Phillips, the BSIA’s Technical Officer, brings you bang up todate with the CCTV Standards that could very well impact on yourday to day business.James KellyBSIA Chief ExecutiveDavid WilkinsonBSIA Technical ManagerJames KellyBSIA Chief ExecutiveJulie KennyImmediate Past ChairBSIA InformationDestruction SectionAnthony PearlgoodBSIA InformationDestruction SectionChairmanJohn DaviesBSIA Export CouncilChairmanPaul PhillipsBSIA Technical Officer


Day Three: Wednesday 15th MayWhat time? Where? What? Who?10:00 – 11:00 BSIA StandHall 4 C13010:30 – 11:15 Lone WorkerEducationTheatre13:00 – 15:00 BSIA StandHall 4 C13013:00 – 14:00 IFSEC CentreStage14:00 – 14:30 IFSEC CentreStage14:30 – 15:15 Lone WorkerEducationTheatre15:30 – 16:30 BSIA StandHall 4 C1308 ways to optimise your website for search engines and peopleAn introduction to search engine optimisation and some top tips forgetting started from the BSIA’s online and SEO consultant.The Lone Worker Protection Sector: developments,standards, solutions, devicesA high-level overview of the immediate future of the lone workersector from Patrick Dealtry, Chairman of the BSIA’s Lone WorkerIndustry Group.Networking Luncheon with Baroness Ruth HenigOpen to both members and non-members, this informal luncheon isan ideal opportunity to network with industry colleagues, and findout more about the work of the BSIA in representing the privatesecurity industry.Baroness Ruth Henig, former chair of the SIA and the BSIA’s specialadvisor on regulatory change, will be attending as our special guest.Members can register online here, and non-members here.State of the Security Nation in 2013Views on the current state of play in the private security industryfrom the leaders of the major bodies followed by a Q&A session.100 in 100: Apprenticeships and Traineeships in the securitybusiness sectorSkills for Security’s Acting CEO, Mike Britnell, leads the officiallaunch of the 100 in 100 campaign for 2013 referencing theGovernment’s drive for apprenticeships and traineeshipsThe BSIA Lone Worker Group: next steps for developmentTaking place immediately before the official launch of the BSIA’sLone Worker Section, this discussion investigates the key roles ofthe group and its aims for the future.Official launch of the BSIA’s Lone Worker SectionA must-attend for anyone interested in lone worker protection, thisevent unveils the official Lone Worker Section of the BSIA, newlyformedto represent this dynamic, fast-growing market.Drinks and networking will follow an opening address from Rachel Griffin,Chief Executive of the Suzy Lamplugh Trust, and the presentation ofspecial certificates of recognition for inaugural members.Section committee members are encouraged to attend to casttheir vote in the Chairman election.Ned WellsCicada OnlinePatrick DealtryBSIA Lone WorkerIndustry Group ChairmanBaroness Ruth HenigSpecial Advisor onRegulatory ChangeJames KellyChief ExecutiveSharon MughalMembershipDevelopment ManagerDaren WoodMembership ManagerTrevor ElliottDirector of Manpower andMembership ServicesMike BritnellActing CEOSkills for SecurityPatrick DealtryBSIA Lone WorkerIndustry Group ChairmanRachel GriffinChief ExecutiveSuzy Lamplugh TrustPatrick DealtryBSIA Lone WorkerIndustry Group ChairmanAlex CarmichaelBSIA Technical Director15:30 – 16:30 IFSEC CentreStageAll wishing to attend can register online.Exporting UK Security: Top Tips for Business DevelopmentThree members of the BSIA’s Export Council discuss their top tipsfor breaking into overseas markets, including advice on how toavoid common pitfalls.John DaviesBSIA Export CouncilChairmanJulie KennyImmediate Past ChairJim LudwigBSIA Export Councilmember

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