Seminars

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We are pleased to invite you to attend the free seminars. Highly informative presentations, case studies and disruptive panel debates featuring international thought leaders will provide you with a unique opportunity to learn, benchmark and network!

Milipol Qatar 2016 will feature a selection of 3 insightful seminars covering key topics in:

  • Crisis Management & Resilience
  • Safe / Smart Cities & Large Events Security Management
  • Critical Infrastructure Protection – Cyber Threat Intelligence
Milipol Qatar Conferences

    

Crisis Management & Resilience
01 November 2016

Session Chairman: Emily HOUGHEditorCrisis Response Journal

10.00am -
10.30am
Facing Crisis: How To Improve Resilience?
English

(Arabic translation)

10.30am -
11.00am
A Crisis Management Framework for Evaluating Counter-Terror Response
English

(Arabic translation)

11.00am -
11.30am
The Limits of Crisis Management and the Need for Resilience
  • Dr. Marwan IBRAHIMDirector Corporate Resilience, Assurance and Control AuthoritiesDubai Airports
English

(Arabic translation)

11.30am -
12.00pm
The Non-Military RPAS Market: The Current Situation & Where We Are Going
English

(Arabic translation)

12.00pm -
01.00pm
Considering Future Crises: Threats, New Thinking and Technology for Enhanced Planning and Management
Moderated by:Speakers:
English

(Arabic translation)

   

Safe / Smart Cities & Large Events Security Management
01 November 2016

Session Chairman: Pierre HADDADEditorThe Security Review

02.00pm -
02.30pm
EURO 2016 Case Study
French

(English translation)

02.30pm -
03.00pm
Safe Smart Cities
  • Olivier BIANCARELLI, Managing Director "Decentralized Solutions for Cities and Territories"ENGIE
  • Thierry OROSCO, Director Homeland SecurityENGIE
English

(Arabic translation)

03.00pm -
03.30pm
Connected Officers for a Safer Smart City
  • André MECHALYMarketing & Strategy Director, Network Infrastructure & SystemsTHALES
English

(Arabic translation)

03.30pm -
04.00pm
The Economics of Smart Cities: First Safe, Then Smart
  • Edwin DIENDERVice President, Government & Public Utilities Sector, Enterprise Business GroupHuawei Technologies Co., Ltd
English

(Arabic translation)

04.00pm -
04.30pm
Qatar’s Vision for Safe and Smart Cities and Requirements of the UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Prof. Dr. Kim JRAIWManager National Road Safety Office, National Traffic Safety Committee - Qatar
English

(Arabic translation)

04.30pm -
05.00pm
Securing Major Sport Events - The Challenges Ahead
  • Andrew COOKEDirector of Security Operations, International Centre for Sport Security (ICSS)
English

(Arabic translation)

    

Critical Infrastructure Protection - Cyber Threat Intelligence
02 November 2016

Session Chairman: Pierre HADDADEditorThe Security Review

10.00am -
10.30am
Digital Transformation in Critical Infrastructure: The Cyber Challenge
  • Anthony LEATHERSenior Consultant Aerospace, Defence and SecurityFrost & Sullivan
English

(Arabic translation)

10.30am -
11.00am
Promoting Confidence and Resilience: OSCE's Work in Cyber & the Protection of Critical Infrastructures
  • Daniel KROOSSenior Programme Officer, Energy SecurityOSCE
English

(Arabic translation)

11.00am -
11.30am
Case Study
  • Mohammed NAJIBDefence Correspondent and Analyst JournalistIHS Jane's
English

(Arabic translation)

11.30am -
12.00pm
Protect Your Enterprise from Cyber Risks
  • George EAPENRegional Chief Information Security OfficerGeneral Electric Middle East
English

(Arabic translation)

12.00pm -
12.30pm
The Potential Offered by RPAS - Opportunities & Challenges
English

(Arabic translation)

12.30pm -
01.00pm
Building and Operating Next Generation Security Operations Centers
English

(Arabic translation)