Come and join us for our Annual Conference 2021
Thursday, 28th October 2021
– Doors open at 8:30am
The Royal Society of Medicine
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Venue: The Royal Society of Medicine (1 Wimpole Street)
Date: Thursday 28th October 2021
Time (provisional): 9am - 8pm. Registration opens 8.30am
Concessions are available for SyI student members and corporate partners
Virtual tickets available, delegate packs will be posted out prior to the event to all virtual delegates.
Bookings will close on Sunday 10th October - no bookings will be taken after this date.
Come and join us at our premier CPD event for 2021. Building on the success of our last live event in 2019 we have moved to an exciting new venue for 2021 - the Royal Society of Medicine, or also known as 1 Wimpole Street. The Royal Society of Medicine offers a central London location, just off Oxford Street and being fully compliant with the latest government guidelines and have achieved 4 accreditations #HirespaceSaferEvents #GoodToGo #AIMSecure and #World Travel & Tourism Council.
The theme of the Security Institute’s Annual Conference 2021 will be ‘Influential Security'Influence is the conundrum in security. The ability to influence impacts almost every aspect of what a security professional aims to achieve. To deter is to influence. Leadership imparts influence to promote compliance, awareness, actions and reactions. Influencers can convince and coerce, inspire and improve the social circle around them. In security we use a variety of concepts to influence such as Crime prevention through environmental design, psychological campaign such as "see it, say it sorted". However, our adversaries do the same, to radicalise and inspire violence.
To create fear in a population and even using our media and social media to deliver deep fake, epistemic risks that influence populations to follow a path without question.
During this hybrid conference, we will explore aspects of influence that will develop a deeper understanding of how you may improve your influential abilities whilst considering how threat actors may be manipulating us.
First Speakers announced
We are please to announce our first speakers to join us for our
2021 Annual Conference.
Compered by Brian Dillon CSyP FSyI a senior advisor in the government security profession, the first of our speakers for the day have been announced to circle around our theme of Influential Security.
Chris Smith MSc CSyP FSyI, Head of Security Resilience, WPP plc
Testing times - security leadership and influence
What does it take to do a job that feels like a cross between Dressage and the Modern Pentathlon; fancy footwork and stamina with a little resilience thrown in.
Elizabeth Seger, University of Cambridge, Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence
Epistemic Security: informed decision-making in democratic societies
In modern society people struggle to separate fact from fiction and to identify trustworthy information sources. This poses a substantial threat to a society’s epistemic security, a society’s ability to make well-informed decisions and coordinate collective action in response to a crisis.
Frank Cannon BSc (Hons) CPP PSP CSyP FSyI , HPC Site Security Manager, EDF Energy, Nuclear New Build, Hinkley Point C
Influencing the Workforce Through Security Awareness; a Practitioner’s Approach
A proven approach to workforce engagement in the development of a behavioural-based security culture. Sharing a methodology to influence by keeping the message relevant, personal and important to the recipient. (30 words).
Professor Michael Mainelli MStJ FCCA FCSI(Hon) FBCS, Executive Chairman, Z/Yen Group
A Richer Approach To The Economics Of Security
Security professionals will get to the board room if they focus on three financial metrics – risk reduction, reward enhancement, and increased certainty. Using risk/reward options, good security functions can value the increased certainty they provide.
Richard Gott, Network Founder and Chair, MemberWise Network
Amplifying Influence –Post-COVID-19 Era Fundamentals
How can individuals/organisations amplify the influence they hold within the Security Industry (and beyond?) and how can they increase effectiveness/participation? Never have we faced as many challenges in such a short space of time, so it is critical that we are stronger than the individual sum of our parts. If you are looking at maintaining resilience/effectiveness, this is a ‘must attend’ session.
Shivindra Pratap Singh MSyI, Managing Director, Lancers Risk Consulting
CAPSI – A Game Changer in Indian Private Security Industry
CAPSI’s journey since inception and its impact on the Indian Private Security Industry.
Dr Aoife Hunt & Simon Ancliffe
Crowd Dynamics in a Marauding Terrorist Attack
Heather Bailey, Keynote Speaker
Chair Security Industry Authority
DCI Steve McGrath MSyI
NaCTSO, Protect UK -Counter Terrorism Information Sharing Platform
… More details are to follow, along with a full itinerary to come your way. The event will finish with networking drinks.
We have obtained a special rate at a local hotel, To make a reservation on the 27th of October under the
discounted rate of £175 inclusive of breakfast & VAT at The Radisson Blu
Edwardian, Berkshire hotel, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org quoting The Security Institute.
Thank you to our sponsors so far:
Email Jade@security-institute.org for more information on how you can become a sponsor of our 2021 event.
Thursday, October 28th 2021
Doors open: 8:30am
Bookings close: October 14th 2021
The Royal Society of Medicine is located in a convenient and attractive central London location, minutes way from Oxford Circus & Bond Street underground stations it is connected to all the major railway stations in London. which is easily accessible.
The main entrance and reception face Regent’s Park on the park’s Outer Circle.
Nearest Tube (walking):
Oxford Circus - 6 mins
Bond Street - 6 mins