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Cost focus features in IFSEC conference modules

UBM Live : 27 April, 2009  (New Product)
Crisis management, fighting the increase in employee crime and cost cutting technology all feature in three of the IFSEC conference modules on offer this year
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Follow this link for a floor plan of the IFSEC exhibition

As we find ourselves deep in a worldwide credit-crunch, the IFSEC conference 2009 will bring you recession busting advice to help you survive the economic downturn.

We have developed 9 conference modules to maximise protection in uncertain times - the top priority for governments, security managers, consultants and installers.

Conference highlights:

* Module A3: Crisis management - Is your business continuity programme strong enough to withstand the recession? - Learn key best practice for your resilience programmes from James Crask, Resilience Policy Manager, Cabinet Office

* Module B1: Security management in a recession - Is your organisation protected against an increase in employee crime? - Discover new solutions from Westfield's Shopping Centres with Dean Jenkins, National Security Manager.

* Module C3: Cutting-edge technology - Are you aware of the ground-breaking innovations to maximise protection and cut your security costs? - Enhance your access control through biometrics with ground-breaking technology from Borders Agency UK, Home Office

Compliment your visit to IFSEC with an 1 ½ hour conference module - packed with essential, practical advice.

Distinguished speakers include:

• DCI Chris Phillips, Head, National Counter Terrorism Security Office
• Stephen Cooper, Head of Security, Olympic Delivery Authority
• Mark Whittle, National Security Manager, McDonald's
• Michael Massa, Group Head of Protective Intelligence, Deutsche Bank AG
• Dr Kingsley Sage, Technical Programme Manager, Home Office Scientific Development Branch

With 9 modules and over 30 speakers, this year's IFSEC conference is the place to network and gain practical advice to enhance your security strategy.
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