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December conference on Impenetrable Buildings

UBM Live : 03 November, 2008  (New Product)
Conference program on building security includes workshop on the latest methods of access control
With an ever-increasing number of products and innovations in the market to enhance front-line protection, and with little concrete guidance to help you get your strategy right - the Impenetrable Building Conference is an essential forum for best-practice discussion and open debate. The conference will be held on the 9th December 2008 at the Novotel Birmingham Centre in Birmingham, UK.

* Determine to what extent the changing nature of crime and society will continue to impact and challenge your role in building and perimeter security and how you can successfully plan to keep one step ahead.

* Learn how to apply theoretical learning of bomb blast protection and hostile vehicle mitigation. See how new innovations are being applied in practice through case study examples and inject new ideas into your security strategy.

* Understand how people interact with their environments and how to utilise this knowledge to change systems and approaches to security.

* Take away international best practice with exclusive learning from the US on how retail, airport and education sectors are approaching security.

CMP Information has secured an inspirational speaker line-up from leading consultancies and academics.

A pre-conference workshop is available on Advanced Access Control - understand how new tools are evolving and what to expect from a new generation of access control systems.

Expert speakers include:.

* David Hadden, Associate Director, Arup Security
* Darius Aibara, Associate Director Explosion Effects, TPS
* Tom Smith, Group Head of Security, Qinetiq
* Liane Hartly, Principal Socio Economic Consultant, Capita Symonds
* Professor Edward Borodzicz, Crisis and Security Management expert, Portsmouth University
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