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The Global Resilience Summit: Securing the Future of Our Cities

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Partner Event to be held on 15 October 2015, 08:45 to 19:00
Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, N1 9AG

The Global Resilience Summit is your chance to gain unique insight into challenges around cyber, counter-terrorism and resilience, how they impact on your business, and what you can do to prepare.

With a programme of world-renowned speakers from government, security, intelligence, policing, global media and academia, this is a must-attend event for security professionals, risk managers and business continuity managers from every sector.

The summit will provide a rare opportunity to hear in London from speakers including:

– Rob Wainwright, Director of EUROPOL, on protecting citizens and boosting international co-operation

– Dr Benjamin Barber, Author of If Mayors Ruled the World, Dysfunctional Nations, Rising Cities and Founder of the Global Parliament of Mayors, on mayors as the new power-brokers in cities

– Dr Brooke Rogers, Reader in Risk and Terror for the Department of War Studies at King’s College London, on the role of business in the rehabilitation and reintegration of offenders

– Bob Kolasky, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Infrastructure Protection, National Programs and Protection Directorate at the US Department of Homeland Security, on managing the risks to urban infrastructure and the role of the private sector.

Programs and Protection Directorate at the US Department of Homeland Security, on managing the risks to urban infrastructure and the role of the private sector.

To view the agenda please click here.

For more details and to secure your place, please visit www.globalresiliencesummit.com.

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