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Learn from Figen Murray and more at the Total Security Summit

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Join us next month at the Total Security Summit, where top speakers such as Figen Murray, Counterterrorism campaigner at Martyn’s Law, will be sharing their experience and knowledge.

Places are limited, and your pass is completely complimentary – Book online here (booking only takes 5 minutes!)

“From tragedy to positive change”

After losing her son in the Manchester Arena terrorist attack in May 2017, Figen Murray realised that there are no legal requirements for venues to keep customers and staff safe from terrorist threats. After starting a campaign, she is now working with the government on this legislation. She is the force behind ‘Martyn’s Law’

Figen’s dedication and work in counter terrorism saw her awarded an OBE in the 2022 New Year’s Honours List.

Click here to view our full seminar programme.

As mentioned, your place is completely funded and includes: An insightful seminar programme, multiple networking opportunities, overnight accommodation, all meals and refreshments throughout, and an invitation to our 3-course dinner with a showcase of entertainment.

You will also be provided a personalised itinerary of 1-2-1 meetings with leading suppliers of your choice.

Places are limited and going quickly! – book your free place, or to learn more please contact us here.

Your invite to the Total Security Summit

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You are invited to attend the Total Security Summit, which will provide you with a rare full working day of industry networking, learning and connection building.

Taking place on 19th and 20th March at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre, London Heathrow, this unique event will give you the opportunity to meet with new suppliers who can help with your upcoming plans and projects – Secure your free place here

Your free pass will include;

🤝 A corporate itinerary of one-to-one meetings with solution providers
💭 A seat at our industry seminar sessions
💤 Overnight stay at the venue
🥂 A place at our networking dinner, with a showcase of entertainment
☕ All meals and refreshments throughout
👋 Networking breaks to make new connections in your field

Book online or contact us here for more information.

Total Security Summit: Registration now open for March 2024

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Do you have an upcoming security project that you need help with? The Total Security Summit is a bespoke and highly targeted two-day event, where you can meet with a selection of suppliers, who can help with your upcoming plans and projects.

You will be provided with a personalised itinerary of pre-arranged, 1-2-1 meetings with suppliers relevant to you. No hard sell, and no time wasted.

The event is entirely free for security professionals, like you, to attend.

18th & 19th March 2024

Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre, London Heathrow

Your free pass includes;

– A corporate itinerary of one-to-one meetings with solution providers
– A seat at our industry seminar sessions (live attendance only)
– Overnight stay at the venue
– A place at our networking dinner, with a showcase of entertainment
– All meals and refreshments throughout
– Networking breaks to make new connections in your field

Click Here To Register

If you have any questions then you can contact us here for more information.

SAVE THE DATE: Total Security Summit – March 2023

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Miss this week’s Total Security Summit? The next event will take place on March 18th & 19th at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Centre at London Heathrow – and you can secure your free delegate place today! This unique event is spread across two days and will allow you to meet with selected solution providers for 1-2-1 meetings, and gain access to live and pre-recorded industry webinars. Attendance is entirely free and flexible – fitting your requests around your time and schedule. There is an extremely limited number of complimentary passes available – Accept our invitation here.

Total Security Summit: Final call for delegate places

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October’s Total Security Summit event is nearly full – register today to claim one of the final FREE delegate places still available!

This free, two-day event will give you the opportunity to meet new and innovative suppliers who will help you to reduce your expenditure and provide your business with the edge for 2023 and beyond. More info >>

Attendance includes an itinerary of 1-2-1 meetings with suppliers (no hard sell), networking coffee breaks with other security professionals, overnight accommodation, all meals and a series of seminars.

You’ll also receive an invitation to our evening dinner, with entertainment, which is another great opportunity to network with peers.

Key Details

Event: Total Security Summit
Date: 9th & 10th October
Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport

Book your free place here or if you’d like more information on attending, please click here to contact us.

Total Security Summit: Full speaker line up confirmed

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There are limited free spaces left to next month’s Total Security Summit, which takes place on 9th and 10th October at the Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester. The two days consist of connecting with like-minded peers, benchmarking new suppliers for your upcoming projects based on your interests and needs, as well as a seat at all of our industry seminars, which include…

From Tragedy to Positive Change

After losing her son in a terrorist attack in May 2017 Figen Murray realised that there are no legal requirements for venues to keep customers and staff safe from terrorist threats. After starting a campaign, she is now working with the government on this legislation.

– What happened at the arena and the weeks that followed?
– The campaign
– Working with the government
– My concerns regarding the legislation
– My hopes regarding the future of the security industry & the impact on society

Presented by: Figen Murray, Campaigner for Martyn’s Law

Counterterrorism; a modern model of using cognitive psychology of risk (CPoR)

Promotes implementation of theories in psychology and radicalisation to identify, deter and intervene early as a strategy alongside physical security measures, this approach is proactive and non-physical that improves security.

– What are cognitive psychology pathways
– Social, culture and risk theories
– Radicalisation theories and case studies
-CPoR; A proactive approach in security
– Non-physical vs physical strategies/approaches

Presented by: Anthony Garrett, Risk Management Specialist, Essex County Council

Raising Standards and Reducing Risk: The importance of Choosing Third Party Certificated Suppliers for Security Systems, Guarding and Fire Safety Services

Don will explain why contracting third party certificated suppliers assures buyers and interested parties services will be delivered to the highest standards by businesses committed to quality and continual improvement.

– Find out how this helps you in identifying competent suppliers
– Why third party certification offers you protection
– What does an audit actually cover?
– Why suppliers choose to be independently certificated
– Examples will be given for security systems, guarding services and fire risk assessment

Presented by: Don Oakley, Development Director, National Security Inspectorate (NSI)

Buyers of Security Services

To highlight how buyers of private security services can look to the security industry authority’s approved contractor scheme as a hallmark of quality – the benefits of buying ACS.

– The legislation
– Eligibility and fit and proper
– Quality indicators and assessment
– The register
– Aims of ACS and assessment

Presented by: Julie Barwick, Senior Manager – Industry Engagement, Security Industry Authority  

Attendance is completely free, including overnight accommodation, all meals, refreshments and an invitation to our dinner and drinks reception, with entertainment.

To reserve your place, click here.

Join Amazon, Harrods and Airbus at the Total Security Summit!

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Have you secured your spot to the Total Security Summit? This is a must-attend event for key security buyers and leading solution providers fro some of the UK’s leading organisations.

Taking place on the 9th & 10th October, at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Manchester Airport, this free event provides an opportunity for you to source the solutions you need for your upcoming projects, via a series of 1-2-1 meetings with suppliers.

Those booked to attend include:

Amazon

Next

IBM

Wolseley UK

Essex County Council

Co-Op

Red Bull

Vanguard

The University of Bolton

Harrods

Airbus

Yorkshire Water

British Council

Cazoo Ltd

Brighton and Sussex University

Sherwin Williams

Government Property Agency

The Belfry Hotel and Resort

…And Many More!

Are you interested in joining them? If so, register for your complimentary place here

All places also include a series of seminars, networking opportunities, overnight accommodation, all meals and refreshments throughout, including a three-course dinner, drinks reception and evening entertainment.

Contact us here if you’d like more information.

Figen Murray to bring Martyn’s Law in focus at the Total Security Summit

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We’re delighted to confirm Figen Murray, the campaigning force behind Martyn’s Law, will be sharing details of her work with the security industry at October’s Total Security Summit.

Figen (pictured, above) is the mother of Martyn Hett, who was tragically killed alongside 21 others at the Manchester Arena terrorist attack in May 2017.

She has been working with the Government and the security industry to make tangible changes to security at venues and is the force behind Martyn’s Law, a legislation requiring publicly accessible locations to improve security against the threat of terrorism. She achieved a distinction in her MA in Counterterrorism from the University of Central Lancashire.

Figen’s dedication and work in counter terrorism saw her awarded an OBE in the 2022 New Year’s Honours List.

Here are the details of Figen’s talk:-

From Tragedy to Positive Change

After losing her son in a terrorist attack in May 2017 Figen Murray realised that there are no legal requirements for venues to keep customers and staff safe from terrorist threats. After starting a campaign, she is now working with the government on this legislation. The talk will focus on:-

What happened at the arena and the weeks that followed?

  • The campaign
  • Working with the government
  • My concerns regarding the legislation
  • My hopes regarding the future of the security industry & the impact on society

Attendance is completely free, including all meals, refreshments, overnight accommodation and networking dinner.

To reserve your place, click here.

Alternatively, please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Predicting the future evolution of physical security

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The physical security market is undergoing a rapid transformation, driven by advancements in technology and the growing need for robust security solutions. As we look ahead, it becomes evident that the future of physical security will be shaped by emerging trends and innovations. This article explores the likely evolution of the physical security market and the key factors that will drive its growth…

  1. Convergence of Physical and Cybersecurity

One of the most significant shifts we can expect in the future is the convergence of physical and cybersecurity. With the rise of the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected devices, the boundaries between physical and digital security are blurring. Integrated security systems that combine physical surveillance, access control, and cybersecurity measures will become the norm. This convergence will enable more comprehensive and holistic security solutions that address both physical and digital threats.

  1. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) will continue to play a pivotal role in the evolution of physical security. AI-powered analytics will enhance surveillance systems, enabling real-time threat detection and predictive analysis. Machine Learning algorithms will improve accuracy in facial recognition, object detection, and anomaly detection. AI-driven automation will streamline security operations, freeing up human resources for more strategic tasks.

  1. Advanced Biometric Solutions

Biometric solutions, such as fingerprint recognition and facial recognition, will witness significant advancements in the future. Improved accuracy, faster processing speeds, and better anti-spoofing techniques will make biometrics more secure and reliable. Biometric authentication will become more prevalent in access control systems, replacing traditional methods like access cards and passwords.

  1. Cloud-Based Security Systems

Cloud technology will continue to revolutionize the physical security market. Cloud-based security systems offer scalability, flexibility, and centralised management. They enable real-time monitoring, data storage, and remote access to security systems from anywhere, enhancing operational efficiency. Cloud-based solutions will also facilitate seamless integration with other technologies, such as IoT devices and data analytics platforms.

  1. Data Analytics and Predictive Insights

The future of physical security lies in harnessing the power of data analytics and predictive insights. Advanced analytics platforms will process vast amounts of data collected from various security systems, enabling proactive threat assessment and preventive actions. Predictive analytics will help identify patterns, detect anomalies, and predict potential security breaches. This proactive approach will enable organisations to stay one step ahead of threats and mitigate risks effectively.

  1. Enhanced User Experience and Integration

User experience and ease of integration will be crucial factors in the future evolution of physical security. User-friendly interfaces, mobile applications, and intuitive dashboards will empower users to manage and monitor security systems with ease. Seamless integration between different security technologies and third-party systems will enable a more comprehensive security ecosystem, fostering interoperability and maximising the effectiveness of security measures.

The future of the physical security market is poised to be transformative, with technology at its core. Convergence of physical and cybersecurity, AI-driven solutions, advanced biometrics, cloud-based systems, data analytics, and enhanced user experience will drive the evolution of physical security.

Organisations will need to embrace these emerging trends to adapt to evolving threats and safeguard their assets effectively. By embracing innovation, leveraging advanced technologies, and staying ahead of the curve, the future of physical security promises a safer and more secure environment for all.

All these trends and more will be explored at October’s Total Security Summit.

Don’t miss out on a place at October’s Total Security Summit

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Places are filling up fast to October’s Total Security Summit event – claim yours today to experience two of the most productive days you’ll spend out of the office this year.

This free, two-day event will give you the opportunity to meet new and innovative suppliers who will help you to reduce your expenditure and provide your business with the edge for 2023 and beyond. More info >>

Attendance includes an itinerary of 1-2-1 meetings with suppliers (no hard sell), networking coffee breaks with other security professionals, overnight accommodation, all meals and a series of seminars.

You’ll also receive an invitation to our evening dinner, with entertainment, which is another great opportunity to network with peers.

Key Details

Event: Total Security Summit
Date: 9th & 10th October
Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel Manchester Airport

Book your free place here or if you’d like more information on attending, please click here to contact us.