Agenda

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Keynote Arena

Frank Gardner opening address
10:20 - 10:30
session
Broadcaster and Security Journalist
Security Correspondent
A 2030 forecast - emergent threats to national security
10:30 - 11:50
session
Co-founder & Executive Chairman
The Chertoff Group
Security Minister
Former House of Lords

The distinguished US security expert and former Department of Homeland Security Secretary, the Hon Michael Chertoff, assesses the changing threat picture that will face corporates, officials and security leaders as we live through the next decade.  He will focus on what he sees as the big problems we shall have to confront ten years from now.  This masterclass is chaired by the Rt Hon Baroness Neville-Jones whose experience and expertise give her the ability to examine what will face governments and what they will need to do if they are to respond effectively.

This keynote address will begin with a presentation by Michael Chertoff, lasting around 30 minutes. Immediately following the presentation, the discussion will be opened up to the audience. The audience will be encouraged to ask questions and share their opinions.

Transport security council panel debate: Security planning and future-proofing for emerging threats
12:00 - 12:50
session
Managing Director, Editor
Green Light Ltd, Aviation Security International
Managing Director
AUGMENTIQ
Broadcaster and Security Journalist
Security Correspondent
Director of SABRE Security Scheme
BRE
Border Security Lead
Gatwick
Head of Global Security Compliance
DHL
Technical Security Director
SIDOS (UK) Ltd
Security Manager
Arriva Trains
Aviation Security Director
IATA

This wide ranging debate will discuss the main current and emerging threats to transport security and examine key issues including security standards, behavioural analysis & detection, information sharing & social media, the insider threat, emerging technologies, and strategic planning & organisational change.

Chaired by: Frank Gardner OBE, Broadcaster and Security Journalist

The technical, personnel and design considerations in protecting "grey spaces"
13:00 - 13:50
session
Director
Design Security Ltd
Chief Superintendent, National Co-ordinator
Metropolitan Police, National Counter Terrorism Policing HQ
Director
The Security Institute

“Grey space" is the term used to label the undefended areas between security protected zones. In a grey space, a criminal or terrorist can prepare for their attack feeling unobserved, safe and with a low risk of identification.  Recent attacks that have been initiated in grey spaces include Manchester Arena, Westminster Bridge and Borough Market. 

"If urban communities of Security professionals and estate owners can collaborate to extend their defensible spaces, they will limit the grey spaces that allow for low risk preparation; increasing the attacker’s paranoia and hopefully deterring an attack."- Rick Mounfield, Chief Executive, The Security Institute

Research has shown that all recent terrorist attacks and criminal attacks are initiated in the undefended "grey spaces" between security protected zones. How can security design, security personnel and technology help to turn grey spaces into defensible spaces, to create a perception of risk for the perpetrator planning an attack?

Masterclass part 1: Facing up to cyber risk in an open society
14:00 - 14:30
session
Columnist
The Times
Research Scientist, Computer Science and AI Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA

This masterclass will start with a presentation by Professor John Mallery focussing on the critical cyber risks that will face open societies in the next decade.

This section of the masterclass, part 1, will last roughly 30 minutes and will run immediately into the next section of the masterclass, which is a presentation by Dr Pippa Malmgren.

Masterclass part 2: How can everyday signs help us navigate a turbulent world?
14:30 - 15:00
session
Columnist
The Times
Founder, former Special Assistant to President of the United States George W Bush
DPRM Group,

Part 2 of the masterclass will immediately follow part 1, and will start around 14.30. Please note, this timing is not exact. Depending on the talk in part 1, part 2 could start slightly earlier or later than 14.30.

Part 2 is a presentation by Dr Pippa Malmgren of DRPM Group who has served as a Special Assistant in a Republican White House. Her presentation will cover 'how can everyday signs help us navigate a turbulent world?'

Masterclass part 3: Audience Q&A
15:00 - 16:00
session
Columnist
The Times
Research Scientist, Computer Science and AI Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA
Founder, former Special Assistant to President of the United States George W Bush
DPRM Group,

Part 3 of the masterclass is an interactive group discussion.

Immediately following the keynote addresses from Professor John Mallery and Dr Pippa Malmgren, the audience will be encouraged to ask questions and share their opinions.

Please note, this timing is not exact. Depending on the talks in parts 1 and 2, the audience Q&A in part 3 could start slightly earlier or later than 15.00.

Edward Lucas, whose columns in the Times make fascinating weekly reading, will moderate the discussion with these two leading US figures.

The masterclass is designed to encourage critical observation, questioning and discussion.

Engineers of Tomorrow competition winners presentation
16:00 - 16:05
session
Broadcaster and Security Journalist
Security Correspondent

The Engineers of Tomorrow competition sees young security and fire apprentices compete against each other in a live installation challenge.

Heat winners will be announced in this short presentation.

The Converged Security Centre
16:15 - 16:45
session
CEO and Founder
Vidsys

The panelists will explain the concept and reality now of having both physical and cyber security teams managing and collaborating in the same Security Operations Centre.  In today’s high-risk and high-threat environment, there is a real and immediate need for a converged security solution that unifies monitoring of both physical and cyber security events under one, unified platform. By leveraging disparate sources of data, organizations can effectively manage a situation in real-time without having to go to multiple subsystems, including analytics and cybersecurity, to get the job done. Powered by Vidsys, Micro Focus and Unisys partnering with Unified Security Ltd the first Converged Security Centre has been built at IFSEC 2018. The Converged Security Centre brings together physical and cyber information in real time and gives the visitor the chance to see what can be achieved in their security environments. The increasingly complex and large-scale risks can be identified and mitigated by cross functional security teams using intelligent software technologies. At the centre we will discuss all these issues in live demos with senior cyber and physical security leaders.

Frank's final thoughts
16:45 - 16:50
session
Broadcaster and Security Journalist
Security Correspondent

Frank Gardner will give a round-up of the day, summarising key themes and discussions.

Converged Security Centre brought to you by Vidsys

How can a converged security centre use big data analytics and physical security systems to manage situations at major events like the World Cup and Super Bowl?
10:30 - 11:00 Converged Security Area
session

Speakers TBC

The convergence of physical and cyber security - what does it mean for your organisation?
11:30 - 12:00 Converged Security Area
session

Speakers TBC

How can a converged security centre use big data analytics and physical security systems to manage situations at major events like the World Cup and Super Bowl?
14:00 - 14:30 Converged Security Area
session

Speakers TBC

The convergence of physical and cyber security - what does it mean for your organisation?
15:00 - 15:30 Converged Security Area
session

Speakers TBC

Home Automation Theatre – in Partnership with CEDIA & KNX

Sponsored by:

From Smart Phone to Smart Home - How Do I Connect All These Gadgets Together?!
10:45 - 11:15
session

We all carry Smart Phones but what does it take to build a ‘Smart Home’? There is a huge range of connected devices for sale but what does it take to connect them all together? Can my fire alarm turn on my lights? Can I turn down the heating while watching TV? Can my weather app close my windows when it rains? In short yes!

But, making a truly smart home takes quite a lot of specialist knowledge and skill.

In this talk we will explore the huge range of functionality that exists when connected devices are actually connected together AND what it takes to bring them all together in a home that is truly ‘Smart’.

Beyond security - new horizons for your business
11:30 - 12:00
session
The benefits of a global open standard
13:00 - 14:00
session
PAS 35491 - The New Standard for Smart Home Wiring
14:30 - 15:00
session

CEDIA is the global trade association for smart home designers and installers. Using hard earned experience and a consultation with the wider technology industry CEDIA has worked hard to deliver a Publically Accessible Standard (PAS) covering the low voltage wiring requirements for next generation homes.

In this session, we will explore the cable types, equipment and structures recommended by the PAS and how low voltage technicians in associated industries can add this important new business area to their current business model.

Securing the Open Society of 2030

Sponsored by:

Opening Session and Masterclass
10:00 - 13:55 Keynote Arena
session
Co-founder & Executive Chairman
The Chertoff Group
Broadcaster and Security Journalist
Security Correspondent
Security Minister
Former House of Lords

Chaired by: The Rt Hon Baroness Neville-Jones, former Security Minister, House of Lords

A 2030 forecast - emergent threats to national security
Mr Michael Chertoff, Co-founder & Executive Chairman, The Chertoff Group

With a senior official or ministerial representative for London to be announced

Masterclass
14:00 - 16:00 Keynote Arena
session
Broadcaster and Security Journalist
Security Correspondent
Columnist
The Times
Research Scientist, Computer Science and AI Laboratory
Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA
Founder, former Special Assistant to President of the United States George W Bush
DPRM Group,

Chaired by: Mr Edward Lucas, Columnist, The Times and former Senior Editor at The Economist

Facing up to cyber risk in an open society
Professor John Mallery, Research Scientist, Computer Science and AI Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology USA

How can everyday signs help us navigate a turbulent world?
Dr Pippa Malmgren, Founder, DPRM Group, Former Special Assistant to the President of the United States, George W Bush and Author 'Signals: How Everyday Signs Can Help Us Navigate the World's Turbulent Economy'

And a panelist from business

Show Me How Programme

Sponsored by:

Ajax, Wireless Security System
10:00 - 16:00 Stand B430
session

The Ajax system can be controlled using a mobile application, and there is a separate app for installers and security companies. Devices fit in with any interior, due to their elegant design. And system installation and configuration takes under an hour. It can connect to all popular central monitoring stations using the ContactID protocol.

The hub communicates with up to 100 detectors at a distance of up to 2000 meters. The devices each have a stock battery life of 5-7 years. The hub can run on backup power for up to 15 hours and uses two communication channels, Ethernet and GSM. It is secured with anti-sabotage and anti-jamming systems, encrypted channels and authentication.

Demos will be rolling all day and can be requested on demand.

Alertus Technologies, Emergency Mass Notification System
10:00 - 16:00 Stand E117
session

How the Alertus System can unify and leverage existing IP and hardware assets to deliver an intelligent emergency response and crisis communication system.

Demonstrations will be running each day at 11:30am and 2:30pm.

Arecont Vision, MegaDome G3 RS, SurroundVideo Omni G3
10:00 - 17:00 Stand D400
session
VP of Product Development
Arecont Vision

Visitors will learn how to easily install and perform a “no-touch” remote setup on both the single-sensor MegaDome G3 RS and multi-sensor SurroundVideo Omni G3 models. This live demo will also cover the 180?, 270?, or 360? preset views that can be selected on the Omni G3 as well as how to position each of the sensors remotely, including remote focus, zoom, and tilt. All can be done without requiring the time and cost of manually mounting a ladder or lift to remove and then replace the dome bubble after adjusting the aim of the sensors, or shifting the entire camera.

Demonstrations will be running on Tuesday 19th June and Wednesday 20th June at 12:00pm.

Commend, Dynamic Lockdown Solution
10:00 - 16:00
session

The visitors will be able to visualise how the lockdown leader can control remotely the different modules/elements deployed across a site to achieve a partial or full lockdown of a site. They will witness how, from the touch of a button, the staff is able to make announcements, lock/unlock specific doors, control lifts, etc. whilst also being made aware of any fire alarms being activated.

Demonstrations will be rolling throughout the event and can be requested on demand.

Inner Range, Inception
10:00 - 16:00 Stand F410
session

How to configure web-based access control from “out of the box”

Visitors will learn how quick and easy it is to configure our integrated web-based access control and security system from straight “out of the box” to a programmed state. They will be able to see this done by direct network or Wi-Fi browser connections.

Demos will be rolling all day, and can be requested on demand.

NSI, User-focused design - update on NSI's NCP 104 Code of Practice for CCTV Systems
10:00 - 17:00 Stand F538
session

• Update on standards associated with video surveillance
• Revision of the processes necessary to provide an effective solution
• Additional requirements to be considered during system design

Demonstrations will be running on Tuesday 19th and Wednesday 20th June at 11:30am.

Squire, INIGMA
10:00 - 16:00 Stand H518
session

The new INIGMA security system developed by SQUIRE will provide the basis for a wide range of ground-breaking electronic security products which provide extremely high security, state of the art wireless remote control and comprehensive sharing, monitoring and audit trail features. Our first Inigma product - the BL1 Bike Lock - combines Sold Secure Gold standard for physical security with our brand new INIGMA electronic access control system.

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event and can be requested on demand.

Seagate, SkyHawk HDD with Health Management Software and Rescue Services
10:00 - 16:00 Stand C440
session
CTS Engineer
Seagate
Senior CTS Engineer
Seagate

Seagate will present how CCTV Installers & Integrators can look after their Customers' Surveillance Systems helping to Safeguard Critical Video footage.
• Visitors will learn hands-on how to:
• Correctly configure and optimize NVR storage using Hikvision unit and SkyHawk drives
• Safely handle the Hard Drives during installation
• Prevent downtime using SkyHawk Health Management software
• Protect the CCTV Data using Seagate Rescue Data Recovery services

Sessions will be running each day at 11:00am, 1:00pm and 3:00pm.

Secure Logiq, Logiqal Healthcheck Pro incorporating Logiqal Cybercheck
10:00 - 16:00
session
Founder and Executive Director
Secure Logiq
Chief Technical Officer
Secure Logiq

Secure Logiqs free and intuitive software allows the security integrator to monitor the health of their enterprise CCTV systems from a single point or mobile device and raises alerts if any processes or components are under duress or have failed. Logiqal Cybercheck guides the integrator through the steps required to protect their CCTV installations from cyber-attack, automating the process making complete cyber protection easy without advanced IT skills.

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event, and can be requested on demand.

TiSO, New mechanism of tripod turnstiles
10:00 - 16:00 Stand G110
session

The turnstiles of tripod series manufactured by TiSO company have long established themselves on the market. But there is always something to achieve and to improve.
Therefore, our engineer developed a new drive mechanism for tripod turnstiles.

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event, and can be requested on demand.

ZKTeco, LPRS 1000
10:00 - 16:00
session

LPRS1000 is ZKTeco’s newly released License Plate Recognition System. It adopts a set of independently researched and developed top-class license plate recognition algorithms combined with years of experience in industry application. Simple, intelligent, open platform intelligence that can identify license plates from over 60 countries worldwide. Then system is available for integrators, or as an all-in-one solution with ZKTeco’s own software and parking barrier solutions.
LPRS1000 comes integrated with a license plate recognition camera, LED display, voice broadcast, fill light, fixed base and other integrated structure, and has a simple and elegant appearance and multi-functional design.

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event, and can be requested on demand.

ZKTeco, BioOnCard
10:00 - 16:00
session

BioOnCard is ZKTeco’s new Fingerprint on Proxcard combined solution. Specifically designed for Companies that sell RFID for physical and logical access control, for our clients with RFID already in place, proximity cards distribution companies, and also for access control manufacturers interested in offering a fingerprint solution but wanting to avoid the costly investment of integrating biometrics to their existing proximity systems.

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event, and can be requested on demand.

ZKTeco, Hi-FACE
10:00 - 16:00
session

Hi-FACE is a new revolutionary High-Speed Facial Recognition Android Cloud Based Platform. The applications of this system are endless, as it can be used for T&A, Access control, Video Surveillance Attendance Management, and Data Analysis solutions. Facial registrations can be managed through the system, mobile or tablet in real-time. Don’t miss the opportunity to be shown a solution which is set to pioneer the innovational technology of facial recognition!

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event, and can be requested on demand.

Axis Communications, Axis Integrator Suite
10:00 - 16:00 D340
session

You will learn how the Axis Integrator Suite can reduce the time required to design, install and manage your security solution. You will see how time savings can be achieved through allowing the integrator suite to automate time consuming tasks.

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event, and can be requested on demand.

Cisco Meraki, MV12 camera with built-in analytics
10:00 - 16:00 D520
session
Product Manager
Cisco Meraki

Visitors will learn about the unique Meraki MV12 solution and architecture. They’ll see a live demo of this product, which can perform advanced analytics at the edge (on the camera itself) with no servers.

Demonstration times TBC.

DJI, M210 drone with Zenmuse XT2 thermal camera and spotlight payload
10:00 - 16:00 H442
session

Visitors will learn how they can utilize drones for their security or surveillance operations.

The DJI M210 with XT2 thermal camera allows you to easily spot potential intruders during the night and you can reveal the person through a spotlight.

Demonstration times TBC.

DJI, Wind 8 drone with drop box
10:00 - 16:00 H442
session

Visitors will learn how they can utilize drones for their security or surveillance operations.

DJI Wind 8 can withstand strong winds and it can carry huge amount of weigh through its drop box.

Demonstration times TBC.

DJI, Aeroscope (mobile) drone detection
10:00 - 16:00 H442
session

Visitors will learn how they can utilize drones for their security or surveillance operations.

DJI Aeroscope can detect DJI drones from a far distance and alert security officials when they are entering a certain zone. While it can only detect DJI drones majority of the drones used today are from DJI (70% of the market share) also there is no solution yet in the market that can detect any kind of drone. 

Demonstration times TBC.

SALTO, access control and software products
10:00 - 16:00 G100
session

SALTO Systems are world leaders in wire free, wireless, mobile and cloud based access control solutions. See how easy it is to manage a building or group of buildings in multiple locations or remote sites simply and effectively. We can integrate our access control solution with your CCTV, alarm, time and attendance or other systems as required. SALTO eliminates the need to replace locks and allows key cards and locks to be simply and quickly updated, restricted or deleted on the move. So whatever you want to secure and control, – SALTO Systems can do it all.

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event, and can be requested on demand.

Suzhou Keda Technology, Mobile Solutions
10:00 - 16:00 C400
session
Pre-sales Technical Engineer
Suzhou Keda Technology
Mobile Solution Technical Director
Suzhou Keda Technology
Pre-sales Technical Engineer
Suzhou Keda Technology

We are probably the first and only provider to supply a total solution for mobile application, visitors can learn how our command center manage body-worn cameras, mobile NVR via 3/4G, wifi, and drones etc.

Demonstrations will be running every day of the event at 10:00am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-5:00pm.

Suzhou Keda Technology, Facial Recognition
10:00 - 16:00 C400
session
Pre-sales Technical Engineer
Suzhou Keda Technology
Pre-sales Technical Engineer
Suzhou Keda Technology
Mobile Solution Technical Director
Suzhou Keda Technology
Pre-sales Technical Engineer
Suzhou Keda Technology

We developed facial recognition based on deep learning at the edge + cloud computing with CPU/GPU server to do facial&human recognition, fast alarm trigger and multi-search (picture search picture&videos, smart search etc.)

Demonstrations will be running throughout the event at 10:00am-12:00pm and 2:00pm-5:00pm.

Stanley Black & Decker, PAC8 app-based door controller
10:00 - 16:00
session
Product Manager
Stanley Black & Decker

Discover a flexible 8-door solution to access control with the PAC8 app-based door controller. Perfect for small to medium-sized businesses, PAC8 only uses a smartphone or tablet to add tokens, set time profiles, organise access groups and much more, without the hassle of a PC. Let our dedicated team show you how PAC8’s huge range of useful features has helped us become finalists in both the PSI awards and Benchmark awards for Access control product of the year.

Demonstration times TBC.

Hanwha, Wisenet software, technology and smart solutions
10:00 - 16:00 D100
session
Technical Manager
Hanwha
Technical Manager
Hanwha
Product Manager
Hanwha
European Product Manager
Hanwha

Hanwha Techwin will present Wisenet Software, New Products & Smart Solutions:

  • WISENET WAVE - Intuitive software allows you to ‘drag & drop; swipe & crop’ making it simple to set up single screen displays or video walls, with customisable layouts and sizes.
  • LIVE DARK ROOM - Low light & thermal cameras in action
  • SMART TRANSPORT - Mobile hardware & SSM Transport software
  • SMART RETAIL - Biometrics; Heat Map; People Counting; Queue Management 
  • SMART CITY - Automatic Incident Detection; Traffic Management; Intrusion

Demonstration times TBC.

Speakers Corner

Unit Security, Vigilink
11:15 - 11:30
session

Product: Vigilink
Company: Unit Security
Type of product: Facilities management facilitation tool to manage and monitor manpower

Learn how to save cost from the Existing Security Control Room you have. Vigilink is not only cost effective but it's the way forward with lot more technology embedded and futuristic approach.

Spica, Door Cloud
11:45 - 12:00
session
Product Director
Spica
Product Specialist
Spica

Product: Door cloud
Company: Spica
Type of product: Cloud-based access control

Visitors will hear general introduction to Door Cloud and several selected topics, such as:
- Deploying wireless locks
- Deploying access control without cards
- Deploying access points without card readers
- How to become a Door Cloud partner

The Safe Group - To be revealed at the event
12:15 - 12:30
session

Product: Confidential – to be revealed at the event
Company: The Safe Group
Type of product: Mobile video surveillance solution

A mobile video surveillance solution that works completely autonomously. It’s battery powered, connects wirelessly, records locally and online, and it can be deployed in 15 minutes. It has a proven track record in the following applications:
• Public monitoring, especially remote sites (e.g. illegal dumping)
• Construction Yard monitoring
• Event monitoring
• Temporary expansion of a fixed camera network
• Addressing problems that are spread widely geographically but do not justify large infrastructural investments It has the best feature set available: with the highest battery life, the most reliable and fast recording method and the most versatile connectivity options.

Visitors will learn what the features of our mobile camera are, which applications it can be used for and how fast it can be set up. We will provide them with features, technical information and case studies, and of course a live demonstration.

Smart Door Systems, ADIOS Lock System
12:45 - 13:00
session
VP EMEA
Smart Door Systems

Product: ADIOS lock system
Company: Smart door systems
Type of product: Smart locking system

Smart Door Systems introduces ADIOS, the world's most secure smart locking system. With its retrofit capability any type of door becomes a smart providing high security, max. convenience and full control of the existing lock from anywhere. Flexible integration options made it the number one choice for Military, Government, Retail, Airbnb and more

Abloy UK, CLIQ Technology, ABLOY OS and Access Request App
13:15 - 13:45
session

Product: CLIQ® Technology, ABLOY OS and Access Request App
Company: Abloy UK
Type of product: Cloud-based Electro-mechanical Integrated Locking System and Reporting

Product View
The cost effective solution to providing access control especially for remote sites. Using electro-mechanical cylinders and padlocks the CLIQ® technology requires no power or data cables to control access. We will also show how to run audit trails, block/disable keys and change a keys access rights on the move, saving valuable time and money.
How the user’s access can be easily configured and monitoring of lock status using geographic mapping.
Using reporting tool for highlighting user anomalies.

Benefits
CLIQ® technology will save valuable time and money through greater operational efficiencies, validate contractor invoices, contribute to achieving CO2 imitations reductions through reduced traveling, ultimate key management, eliminating the risk from lost or stolen keys.
Improve security and operational efficiency by using a state of the art, permission based, web-managed locking system from anywhere in the world.

Suilvision Limited, Puma ANPR Camera
14:15 - 14:30
session
Managing Director
Suilvision Limited
Director
Suilvision Limited

Product: Puma ANPR Camera
Company: Suilvision Limited
Type of product: ANPR Camera

They will learn of the technical aspects of the camera and how it works and its unique features

LINKFLOW, FITT360 SECURITY
14:45 - 15:00
session

Product: FITT360 SECURITY
Company: LINKFLOW
Type of product: 360-degree Body-worn camera

The newest concept of Body worn camera which is specialized to monitor omnidirectional field scene. Also, this demo will include main features of FITT360 SECURITY and brief introduction of how to use it.

Future of Security Theatre

Sponsored by:

Future of security networks
11:00 - 11:30
session
Lead IP Tutor
Tavcom Training

CCTV systems have long been based on analogue cameras, coaxial cable and VCRs. However, the trend for some years now has been towards digital IP-based networks, and with the recent introduction of IPv6 and its scalability, the future of such networks seems assured. In this seminar we will look at where security networks may be going, with emphasis on the deployment of optical fibre, secure addressing, VPNs, the use of wi-fi, li-fi and mi-fi, and we’ll unravel the complex jargon involved.

Network audio systems – integrated audio made smart and easy
11:40 - 12:10
session
Sales Manager (UK & Ireland)
Axis Communications

Growth in the capabilities of network audio technology has the potential to revolutionise the way in which audio is used in many different situations, from customer experience to security. In this presentation, we look at some of the hot topics in networked audio.

Panasonic breaks the VMS mould with video insight
12:20 - 12:50
session
Business Development Manager
Panasonic

Video Insight (VI) is an affordable and flexible end-to-end solution, which has the ability to support devices from over 150 manufacturers. Offering zero on-going licence fees when used with the Panasonic cameras, VI provides end users with lower total cost of ownership than any other VMS enterprise.
This presentation looks into how Panasonic, the only manufacturer with this end-to-end solution, breaks the mould in total cost of ownership (TCO), almost eliminating OPEX costs with no ongoing license fees, while being compatible with Panasonic Secure Communication. Learn how our cyber security offering can work with Video Insight, to mitigate the risk of cyber threats and provide you with the freedom to focus on what you do best.

LiFi, the future of high bandwidth secure broadband communication
13:00 - 13:30
session
Director - Business Strategy
PureLifi Ltd

Since the first tentative steps into the world of Li-Fi almost 5 years ago, the technology has developed at an amazing pace, and there are already many Li-Fi-based systems installed and working. So what’s it all about? What’s its USP? What does it offer that, say, Wi-Fi or 4G or 5G mobile doesn’t or can’t? In this presentation we’ll get to the heart of the matter and look at the how, what, why, when and who of this exciting new technology.

Cyber crime & security
13:40 - 14:10
session
Lead IP Tutor
Tavcom Training

Cybercrime, also called computer crime, is any illegal activity that involves a computer or network-connected device, such as a mobile phone. Cybercrime can be divided into three categories: crimes in which the computing device is the target; crimes in which the computer is used as a weapon; and crimes in which the computer is used as an accessory to a crime. This seminar will examine these aspects of cybercrime and look at proven ways of counteracting these methods of computer-based fraud.

Raising standards; raising cyber security awareness
14:20 - 14:50
session
Managing Director
Advent IM
Integration of security systems
15:00 - 15:30
session

With today’s projects requiring more integration between traditionally separate security systems and the tools to achieve this becoming more freely available, just what do you need to consider when deploying one of these projects? This presentation will run through the deployment process of an integration project, highlight the areas where delays can occur, the skills required from key personnel and the information required at each step of the way to ensure the project gets delivered.

Countering the drone threat
15:40 - 16:10
session
Chief Technology Officer CTO
DroneOps Ltd

The aerial threat of drones challenges all existing risk strategies for security. Education and understanding of the drone capability is still at a very low level. ISIS are using them for mortar delivery, spying is a regular occurrence and your walls and CCTV have limited protection from an unwarranted visitor. Your foe has a technology advantage that can easily be acquired from any high-street – the time is right for you to get the edge back!