Thursday, 15th November 2018
– Doors open at 8:30am
Honourable Artillery Company - Queens Room
09.30—09.45 - Welcome to the ASC Business Group
09.45—10.25—Steve Kenny, AXIS, “Data Protection by Design” (Formerly Privacy by Design) and its impact on security systems when complying with the GDPR and the NIS Directive
· Data Protection by Design
· Impact on Security Systems when complying with GDPR and the NIS Directive
· Security systems capture and store Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
· Understand these systems and your considerations
10.25—11.00—Coffee & Networking
11.00—11.30— Kevin Weekes, Zen Research Solutions Ltd - “Open Source Information”
11.30—12.10— Dan Meyrick, Genetec —“The Modern Unified SMS - Leveraging the Benefits”
· What is true Unification vs Integrated Physical Security and why this matters
· The clues you’re working with an integrated system and not a unified system
· What are the common challenges users face when working with dispirit, siloed systems
· Meaningful benefits of adopting a unified security strategy
· Migrating to a modern, unified system and the ‘pain vs gain’
12.10—13.00—Lunch & Networking
Thursday, November 15th 2018
Doors open: 8:30am
Bookings close: November 15th 2018
We are delighted to welcome you to the Honourable Artillery Company (HAC).
The ASC & HAC encourages the use of public transport in order to minimise the environmental impact of events.
The property frontage on City Road has a “castle” appearance and is situated directly next to 32-36 City Road and opposite the new Travelodge.
Closest tube Stations:
Moorgate (walk north up City Rd) or Old Street (Exit is signposted Armoury House. Walk south down City Rd) Both tube stations are a 3-4 minute walk to the HAC
Liverpool Street (approximately a 10 minute walk)
Moorgate (approx 5 minute walk)
There is an NCP carpark at Finsbury Square almost opposite the HAC.