Lessons from Security Incidents for Resilience
|Date:||09 July 2019|
A panel of Chief Security Officers from top international companies will provide their insights on how they learn from, and their organisations adapt to, changes and challenges as a result of major security incidents.
A panel of security professionals will consider how best to transfer general learning and experiences to others, both internal and externally, so that the corporate memory is strengthened and people are then better prepared for future events. The focus will be on industry best practice rather than specific incident management. The discussion will be under the Chatham House rule.
Speakers include: Derek Porter, Group Head of Intelligence, Security and Crisis Management at BP International; Chris Smith, Global Head of Corporate Security at HSBC UK; and Richard Curran, Chief Security Officer at Intel Corporation.
Chairman: John Deverell CBE, CEO, Deverell Associates.
Kindly hosted by Intel.
A Review of National Resilience
|Date:||25 July 2019|
Sir John Armitt, Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission, will give a lunchtime briefing to members on progress with the NIC's study on resilience and his views on the inter-relationship between the economy, the business community and the national infrastructure.
In October last year, The Chancellor wrote to the Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) requesting the NIC undertake a new study on the resilience of the UK’s economic infrastructure. The request highlighted the need to ensure our systems could cope with future shocks, threats, and challenges, especially those intensified by the increased interdependence of infrastructure systems. The remit was to research the evidence on the different approaches for improving the resilience of infrastructure systems and make recommendations to government on how best to assess resilience, how government should plan for unexpected shocks, and to review the costs and benefits of measures to improve resilience.
Resilience First is therefore delighted that Sir John Armitt, as Chair of the NIC, will give a private briefing to members on progress with the study and his views on the inter-relationship between the economy, the business community and the national infrastructure.
Kindly hosted by Atkins.
Resilience in the Finance Sector – the benefits for business communities
|Date:||26 September 2019|
Ian Stuart, CEO of HSBC UK, will offer his thoughts on how resilient the financial sector really is to be able to help small, medium and large businesses bounce forward after shocks and stresses in the market.
Processes and protocols, as well as regulation, can help in financial management but resilience is also about people and their preparedness and robustness to deal with serious challenges. As a top business leader, Ian will offer his thoughts on the leadership aspects of resilience in a major global financial institution and beyond.
Ian will speak at an evening briefing open to members before giving an after-dinner address at a private event.
Kindly hosted by HSBC UK.
Lessons in business resilience from Salisbury and London Bridge
|Date:||24 October 2019|
This briefing will consider what the local authorities, business improvement districts and wider business can do to help recovery and what lessons in resilience there are for others preparing for catastrophic attacks such as those in Salisbury and at London Bridge.
The terrorist attacks in Salisbury and London Bridge have had long-term effects on businesses in those locations. There was an immediate fall in both footfall and income which have taken some considerable time to recover, long after the blue-light services have left. This briefing will consider what the local authorities, business improvement districts and wider business can do to help recovery and what lessons in resilience there are for others preparing for similar catastrophic attacks.
Lord Harris of Haringey, Author of 'London's Preparedness for a Major Terrorist Attack', 2017
Victoria Moloney, Business Liaison Offer, Wiltshire County Council
Henry Johnstone, Business & Operations Manager, Team London Bridge
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