With two out of four events in the ASIS Europe series successfully completed, new Premium Online passes are now available at a 25% discount – they include full access to the upcoming 23 March and 6 May events, and all the on-demand content recorded on the first two event days.
On 23 March, the programme will feature two 90-minute interactive workshops. “Getting to Grips with Environmental Risk” will combine expert insight from Michael Szoenyi, Flood Resilience Lead at Zurich Insurance, plus live Q&A and breakout sessions for peer to peer discussion. James Morris, CPP, Head of Security Services, EMEA, Corporate Protection Services, Aon will facilitate this first of its kind session focusing on the role of security professionals in rising to this global challenge.
A similar format will be used for “Building a Business Case for Security”. Lynn de Vries, CPP, PCI, COO, Dutch Risk, and Stéphanie Bergouignan, CPP, CEO Uniprotect will use presentations and exercises to show how in a metrics-focused and data-driven business environment, a business case is a crucial tool to justify budget and capital expenditures.
Another unique experience is lined up in “Science Meets Security – Unique Insights on Pandemic Preparedness and Response”. This live panel session will combine views from scientific and security leaders at The Francis Crick Institute – a biomedical research institute dedicated to understanding the fundamental biology underlying human health and disease. Facilitator Leo Kelly, Risk and Resilience Manager, will be joined by his colleagues at the Crick: Keeley Watson, Vaccination Logistics Manager, Charlie Swanton and Rupert Beale, both of whom are Scientific Group Leaders.
This exceptional programme will also include: The Security and Sustainability Nexus – a new way to enable business Strategy; Levi’s Retail Security: Innovation and Contemporary Trends; and How Access Control Technology Plays a Pivotal Role in Return-to-Work Planning.
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