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PUBLIC VENUE SECURITY & COUNTER-TERRORISM SUMMIT APAC SECURING & SUSTAINING PUBLIC SAFETY IN AN AGE OF UNCERTAINTY Organised by

24th – 25th July 2018, Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

At A Glance

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Key Speakers

PHASE 1: ORGANIZATIONAL CHANGE & PREPAREDNESS » Changing Leadership Organizational Culture to Identify Preparedness Vulnerabilities.

INSIDE SCOOP THE BATTLEFIELD OF MARAWI & LESSONS LEARNED

PHASE 2: GAME OF CROWD MANAGEMENT FOR MASS GATHERINGS » Preparing for Disasters & Event Disruptions While Balancing Public Security & Experience

Philippine Army, Battalion Commander, 1st Scout Ranger Battalion, First Scout Ranger Regiment, Philippine Army

PHASE 3: COUNTER-TERRORISM SURVEILLANCE & EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES » The Ugly Side of Technology: Is Technology Helping Terrorists Advance Their Missions? BLUE TEAM SECURITY TRAINING » Strengthen Crisis Response & Terrorist Incident Management Capabilities Official Supporting Partners :

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LTC SAMUEL YUNQUE INF (GSC)

DATO AYOB KHAN MYDIN PITCHAY, Principal Assistant Director, Special Branch, Counter Terrorism Division, Royal Malaysian Police, Malaysia

DR SRI YUNANTO Policy Advisor, Coordinating Ministry for Law, Politics & Security, Indonesia

PETER DRISSEL Director of Aviation Security & Retired Royal Airforce Officer, Civil Aviation Authority UK

STEVE CREWS Senior Project Manager Deployment & Logistics –SNP Security, Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC), Australia

DANNY CHAN Regional Director APEC,

KEN SCOTT Chief Inspector, Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA), UK

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Global Safety & Security, Marriot International, Singapore


PUBLIC VENUE SECURITY & COUNTER-TERRORISM SUMMIT APAC 24th – 25th July 2018 • Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

EVENT OVERVIEW

WHO should attend

A survey by Homeland Security Research Corp forecasted that the Asia-Pacific homeland security and public safety market would grow from US$123 billion to US$226 billion – The Strait Times, 2018

TARGET AUDIENCE :

Following high-profile terrorist attacks across Europe, Asia, and the U.S., together with continued violence across the Middle East, the threat of terrorism on public venues seems to be growing. Threats on “soft” targets, including high-profile public events, hotels, nightclubs and restaurants, sporting events, places of worship, shopping malls, markets, and public transportation systems reveal the vulnerability of mass gatherings. The deadly 2017 Manchester Arena attack at Arianna Grande concert and the coordinated deadly 2015 Paris attacks have not only caused large amounts of sufferings but also cost businesses significant losses.

Chief Security Directors

Unfortunately, the unpredictability of an occurrence disregards the organisation’s preparedness – and security professionals need to revise their security strategies before it happens. The ”Public Venue Security & Counter-Terrorism Summit” will bring together expert security professionals, counter-terrorism experts and law enforcement policy-makers to share effective practical strategies for highest organizational effectiveness at lowest marginal risk.

Physical Security Specialists

WHAT MAKES PUBLIC VENUE SECURITY & COUNTER- TERRORISM SUMMIT APAC A MUST ATTEND EVENT:

Policy Makers Advisors Security Officers Corporate Security Directors Heads of Security Security Operation Directors Security Operation Managers Safety & Security Officers Close Protection Officers Executive Protection Agents Private Security Officers Investigators Assessors Consultants Academics

RECIPE FOR SUCCESS - Benefit from knowledge sharing with Security Directors on their experiences and success stories in dealing with terrorist attacks and define a security framework and roadmap to strengthen your organization’s resilience against attacks.

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INTERACTIVE DISCUSSIONS - Join exclusive panel discussions featuring different security experts to share practical insights and proven best practices as well as perspectives in monitoring public venue security vulnerabilities that need to be taken to prevent disruptions and protect the crowds.

Governments Security

EYE-OPENING PRESENTATIONS - Gain strategic insights from over 20+ industry experts on overcoming major challenges in address public venue security issues including outline the current global threat landscape, common methods of attack, public venue vulnerabilities, lesson learned from real terrorist security incidents, threat assessment, risk mitigation process, and innovative technology solutions to counter modern terrorist threats.

Counter-Terrorism Government Security Embassies of Foreign Military & Defense Security Law Enforcement Security Border & Immigration Security Sport & Stadium Security Hotel & Casino Security University & Schools Security Airport Security Public Transport Security

PRACTICAL CASE STUDY SESSIONS - Learn about and witness practical case study demonstrations of leading edge technology innovations supporting the security of public venues.

Shopping Malls Security

RED TEAM - BLUE TEAM SECURITY TRAINING DAY 2

Private Security

25 July 2018 (Wednesday)

HOW SECURE IS YOUR ORGANISATION’S DEFENCE STRATEGY AGAINST A REAL TERRORIST ATTACK?

Kris Van Den Berghe,

Security Consultant, Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner (CCTP) Board, Singapore

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This workshop is designed to demonstrate the efficiency of well tested SOP’s and the Emergency preparedness of your security team that can save lives. During this exercise, two teams are deployed: a Red Team that uses real-world attacker techniques to compromise your environment, and a Blue Team of incident responders who identify security tools and methodologies to respond to the attack.

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Building Security Prison Security Surveillance Security Facilities Security Exhibition & Entertainment Venue Security Amusement Parks Security Hospital Security Emergency Response Security And anyone involved/interested in public venue and public safety security


PUBLIC VENUE SECURITY & COUNTER-TERRORISM SUMMIT APAC 24th – 25th July 2018 • Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

AGENDA

1 SPEAKERS

ANDY GOH Head of Security, Mandarin Orchard Singapore & Mandarin Gallery

AUGUSTUS CAESAR ESMERALDA Assistant Regional Vice President, ASIS International Philippines, President & Managing Director, Ace & Associates Risk Management

DATO AYOB KHAN MYDIN PITCHAY Principal Assistant Director, Special Branch, Counter Terrorism Division, Royal Malaysian Police, Malaysia

DANNY CHAN Regional Director APEC, Global Safety & Security, Marriot International, Singapore

DEBZ RAFFERTY Head of Safety & Security, Mont Kiara Community Society of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

DATUK KAMAL YAN YAHAYA Former Advisor to the Prime Minister of Malaysia for International Relations, & Chairman , Atlas Solutions, Malaysia

KEN SCOTT Chief Inspector, Grounds Safety Authority (SGSA), UK

DR. KEVIN FERNANDEZ Senior Lecturer, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

KRIS VAN DEN BERGHE Security Consultant, Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner (CCTP) Board, Singapore

DR. JONATHAN DI ROLLO Thought Leadership for Security Risk Awareness, Wicked World, Malaysia

LEE CHEOW HIANG Security Director, Sentosa Development Corporation, Singapore

PETER DRISSEL Director of Aviation Security & Retired Royal Airforce Officer Civil Aviation Authority UK

LTC SAMUEL YUNQUE INF (GSC)

SHAHIN RAHMANI Manager Stadium and Security Competitions Division, Asian Football Confederation, Malaysia

Philippine Army, Battalion Commander, 1st Scout Ranger Battalion, First Scout Ranger Regiment, Philippine Army

TONY RIDLEY Chief Executive Officer, Intelligent Travel, Australia

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STEVE CREWS Senior Project Manager Deployment & Logistics – SNP Security, Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC), Australia

WILLIAM LIPPERT Criminal Intelligence Analyst, Interpol, Singapore

DR SRI YUNANTO Policy Advisor, Coordinating Ministry for Law, Politics & Security, Indonesia


AGENDA

PUBLIC VENUE SECURITY & COUNTER-TERRORISM SUMMIT APAC 24th – 25th July 2018 • Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

DAY 1

24th July 2018 (Tuesday)

08:00

REGISTRATION & WELCOME NETWORKING RECEPTION

09:00

OPENING ADDRESS: Reserved for the Ministry of Defense

PHASE 1 ORGANISATIONAL CHANGE & PREPAREDNESS 09:20 10:00

Understanding the Global Trends of Terrorism and the Challenges of Protecting Public Venues and Events

10:00

COFFEE BREAK

• Analyzing the global incidents since 9/11 and their impacts • Analysis of the growing threats in South East Asia • Challenges of protecting places of mass gatherings

10:30 11:15

Marriot’s Approach to Security Risk Management

Dato’ Ayob Khan Mydin Pitchay,

Principal Assistant Director, Special Branch Counter-Terrorism Division, Royal Malaysian Police, Malaysia

Danny Chan,

• Since September 11, 2011, the aggregate attacks on hotels have increased four-folds. Straddling between hospitality and safety of our guests, associates and assets, Marriott adopts a holistic approach where defense-in-depth measures are put in place. Like an onion, you peel back layer after layer of measures against a slew of threats. The presentation aims to share past experiences, lessons learnt and best practice in protecting soft targets.

Regional Director APEC, Global Safety & Security, Marriot International, Singapore

11:15 12:00

AVIATION SECURITY REGULATION AND COMPLIANCE – EVOLUTION TO REVOLUTION

Peter Drissel, Director of Aviation Security & Retired Royal Airforce Officer, Civil Aviation Authority UK

12:00 12:45

STORY TELLING: Organisational Change Management to Adopt a Not-If- But-When Mentality

Lee Cheow Hiang, Security Director,

12:45

LUNCH TIME

• Following the route pioneered by our UK CAA Aviation Safety Colleagues, CAA Aviation Security is moving towards a regulatory framework based on performance based regulation-oversite, to replace its current prescriptive direct and inspect regime. An essential precursor to achieving this is the successful introduction of a Security Management System (SeMS) to offer industry an effective quality assurance process. This presentation will set out our journey.

The transformational journery of how organisations can shift from a ”not-if –but-when” distaster happens by enhancing security coverage as well as emergency preparedness.

Sentosa Development Corporation, Singapore

PHASE 2 : GAME OF CROWD MANAGEMENT & MASS GATHERINGS 14:00 14:45

14:45 15:30

15:30 15:45

15:45

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Keeping People Safe at Major Events in Today’s World

Ken Scott FRICS,

Security Approach for Planning and Executing Large-scale Events in Public Venues

Steve Crews, Senior Project Manager

Chief Inspector, • External factors – that is understanding the significance of designing and Sports Grounds Safety Authority, UK managing the external areas around a venue. • Invacuation and “exceptional egress” – that is understanding the risk to the venue may come from an external source. How we need to design and plan for the occurrence. • The Guide to Safety at Sports Grounds (Green Guide) • Customer Experience – balance between security and patron experience • Choosing the best layer security approach – the need to adapt security planning as the terrorism threat continues to evolve • The importance of building long lasting relationships with Government Agencies and related stakeholders

Deployment & Logistics – SNP Security Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC), Australia

Integrated Security: Government, Policing, Public Safety, Commercial Security and Marketing

Tony Ridley,

• How the hosting and selection of events is determined by security "marketing" • Convergence and support from multiple stakeholders such as governments, emergency services, police, commercial providers and tourism/marketing • Why the lack of security integration and collaboration has a major economic impact on a city and country

COFFEE BREAK

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Chief Executive Officer, Intelligent Travel, Australia


PUBLIC VENUE SECURITY & COUNTER-TERRORISM SUMMIT APAC 24th – 25th July 2018 • Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

DAY

AGENDA

24th July 2018 (Tuesday)

(cont’d)

16:00

Product Demo

16:30 17:15

Panel Discussion: Knowing What is Happening on the Ground and Your Region of Interest to Achieve Security Success • Adopting the correct mindset • A psychological tool for security personnel • It is not over until it is over

MODERATOR: Debz Rafferty,

Head of Safety & Security, Mont Kiara Community Society of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Steve Crews,

Senior Project Manager Deployment & Logistics – SNP Security Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games Corporation (GOLDOC), Australia

DAY 2

Shahin Rahmani,

Manager Stadium and Security Competitions Division, Asian Football Confederation, Malaysia

Andy Goh,

Head of Security, Mandarin Gallery & Mandarin Orchard Singapore

25 July 2018 (Wednesday)

PHASE 3 : COUNTER-TERRORISM SURVEILLANCE & EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES 08:30

REGISTRATION & WELCOME NETWORKING RECEPTION

09:00

STORIES FROM THE BATTLEFIELD OF MARAWI & LESSONS LEARNED The battle for Marawi is the most significant terrorist event in Southeast Asia and considered the largest urban combat scenario in recent Philippine history. • How the enemy used innovative technology (quadcopters) as surveillance to track the AFP movements ? • Why the terrorists meant business with the recruitment of foreign combatants to boost their personnel ? • The true cost of the Marawi Battle on the security forces, civilians and the economy? • What are the Lessons for the national security agencies?

LTC SAMUEL YUNQUE INF (GSC)

Philippine Army, Battalion Commander, 1st Scout Ranger Battalion, First Scout Ranger

Regiment, Philippine Army

09:20 09:40

COUNTERING TERRORISM IN ASEAN: THE INDONESIAN CASE STUDY

Dr Sri Yunanto,

09:40 10:20

Insider Threats & Lone Wolf Terrorism: Challenges in Anti-Terrorism

Augustus Caesar Esmeralda,

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Counter-Terrorism Policy Direction Tackling radicalism and terrorism priority program Indonesia’s counter terrorism model using more human and comprehensive approach Simultaneous strict law enforcement and soft approach

• Dynamics of Insider Threats • Lone Wolves in a connected world • New measures

Policy Advisor, Coordinating Ministry for Law, Politics & Security, Indonesia

Assistant Regional Vice President , ASIS International Philippines President and Managing Director, Ace & Associates Risk Management Philippines

10:20

COFFEE BREAK

10:35 10:55

The Next Generation of Technologies: Countering Terrorism With AI & Data Analytics

CORPORATE PRESENTATION: SPEAKER TO BE ADVISED

10:55 11:35

Case study: 2017 Double Attack on the“Ramblas” Barcelona: The Original Terrorists’ Plan

Kris Van Den Berghe,

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A brutal ramming attack on the “Ramblas”, one of the most touristic sceneries in Barcelona, but what was the original plan? • How did 9 well integrated young men evolve into a cell of attackers with overseas training and combat experience with the ability to mount effective IED attacks? • How could a terrorist cell of this size plan these ambitious attacks and yet stay undetected? • What was the original plan and how quick was the decision made to change the modus operandi.

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Security Consultant, Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner (CCTP) Board, Singapore


AGENDA

PUBLIC VENUE SECURITY & COUNTER-TERRORISM SUMMIT APAC 24th – 25th July 2018 • Sheraton Imperial Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

DAY 2

(cont’d)

25 July 2018 (Wednesday)

11:35 12:15

TOPIC TO BE ADVISED

12:15 13:00

PANEL DISCUSSION: The Rise of Tech-savvy Terrorists Using Technology as a Weapon

William Lippert,

Criminal Intelligence Analyst, Interpol, Singapore

• New technologies to create and smuggle weapons into public venues • How terrorists are using technology to their advantage • How law enforcements are staying ahead of the terrorists using intelligence

MODERATOR: Dr. Jonathan Di Rollo, Thought Leadership for Security Risk Awareness,

Datuk Kamal Yan Yahaya , Former Advisor to the Prime Minister of Malaysia for International Relations, & Chairman , Atlas Solutions, Malaysia

Dr. Kevin Fernandez, Senior Lecturer, Universiti Malaysia Kelantan, Malaysia

OTHER PANELISTS TO BE ADVISED

Wicked World, Malaysia

13:00

LUNCH TIME

14:00 17:00

PHASE 4: RED TEAM - BLUE TEAM SECURITY TRAINING

The workshop will be based on different scenario’s with the focus on response towards a series of attack methods with your facility as the target but also how to respond towards an attack nearby your facility, when your location is in the area of the “outer cordon”.

Kris Van Den Berghe,

Security Consultant, Certified Counter Terrorism Practitioner (CCTP) Board, Singapore

TRAINING HIGHLIGHTS » » » » » » » » » »

17:15

What happens in the first 10 minutes? How crucial are the first few minutes during the incident ? Who is the decision maker? What are the tasks of the “crisis team”? How to communicate with your own staff? How to handle external influence? How to assist when law enforcement arrives? What happens in the first 30 minutes? What happens in the next hour after the incident? How to deal with the aftermath?

END OF SUMMIT

Organised by: Bosco Training Institute a subsidiary of Hernancres Group of Companies

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Knowledge Partner Participants will be given a CCTP certificate after the training.

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