The first Senate Security Risk Experts Forum of 2019, the latest in a series of industry-focused events begun in 2018, will be held at Senate House (Chester, UK) tomorrow. The event will open at 09:30, with the programme starting at 10:00.
The previous Senate Forum, which focused on the theme of “Technology in Security” has been well received by attendees and it is hoped that this forum will build upon previous successes. On this occasion, the forum will encourage participants to consider corporate risk, more specifically what may happen to, or within their organisation in the event of a ‘worst case scenario’ occurring.
Senate will offer a programme, which includes inputs from industry experts with a combined wealth of knowledge, expertise and experience. The objective is also to provide a forum designed for security experts to meet with each other, existing clients and potential clients.
At Senate, we spend a lot of time talking about symbiotic relationships. This is because we are passionate about forming long-term relationships with clients that are mutually beneficial and have found that it is very often a winning formula for success. In hosting the Senate Security Risk Forums, Senate hopes to provide an environment where attendees may foster opportunities for symbiotic relationships across the industry. The Forums are an ideal place for experts in the security sector to share and exchange ideas, opportunities and information.
The Forum on 5th March will follow a structured programme which will include presentations from National and Global Experts, as well as product demonstrations and opportunities for networking.
For a brief introduction to the featured Forum speakers, see below:
Steve Kenny – Director of Systems, Information and Cyber Security and Industry Liaison Manager for ASIS International. Steve focuses his attention on how technologies can best complement day to day operations.
Steve Green – Regional Sales Manager for Genetec. Steve will demonstrate the Genetec Security Centre Omnicast – their world-class video management system.
Mick Garrihy – Senate Group consultant and General Manager. Mick demonstrates a passion for Emergency Response and developing new ways to manage crisis and the importance of teamwork.
Mike McDonagh – as a Risk and Crisis Consultant Mike has provided risk, crisis and kidnap mitigation analysis and advice in over 30 countries worldwide and works currently on some joint projects with Paul Keeling and the Senate Team.
Brandy Moore, a 13-year veteran of Microsoft will be hosting the event. Brandy has a broad range of experience in areas of account management, solutions specialists, professional services, partner development, and co-selling with partners.
In order to book places for this event please contact Janet Keeling (firstname.lastname@example.org) to request a Registration Form.