Main Theatre

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Richard Jenkins, Chief Executive, NSI
10:00 - 11:00
Keynote

Opening address by Richard Jenkins, Chief Executive of the NSI.

Tony Porter, Surveillance Camera Commissioner, The Home Office - A whole system approach to surveillance cameras
10:00 - 11:00
Session
Surveillance Camera Commissioner
The Home Office

Tony will talk about what whole system approach to surveillance cameras is. How this involves manufacturers, installers, designers and end users. He will touch on the National Surveillance Camera Strategy for England and Wales a whole system approach to surveillance cameras is a golden thread that runs through it. 

Learning outcomes include:

  • An understanding of the different players involved in the life cycle of a surveillance camera system  
  • A heightened understanding of the role installers/designers play and how their role can influence the effectiveness of a surveillance camera system   
  • How the National Surveillance Camera Strategy lends itself to a whole system approach to surveillance cameras and an update on progress since its launch in March 2017
Jonathan O'Neill, OBE, Managing Director, FPA - What next for the fire safety sector?
10:00 - 11:00
Session

The challenges for the fire safety industry post Grenfell, in particular installers.

Simon Banks, Apprentices for Fire & Security - The latest news on Industry apprenticeships
10:00 - 11:00
Session
Group Managing Director and Chairman
CSL and BSIA
Final session of the day | Richard Hollis, Managing Director, Risk Crew - Protecting Customer Data: Understanding the Risks
15:20 - 15:50
Session
Managing Director
Risk Crew

Every day the paper lists another casualty in the cyber war conducted on businesses in virtually every sector of the market.  Hackers have discovered the street value of data and have targeted companies accordingly. Personal sensitive data; credit and debit card data; medical records; banks records and financial data; intellectual property; customer data; network product and system configuration - to a hacker ALL data equals cash. What’s your company’s data worth? Your client’s? What are the threats to this data and to what lengths should you go to protect it? In other words: What is your information risk appetite? This session addresses the importance of these questions and how to start formulating their answers.