Practical security for venues and entertainment

  • September 29, 2016
    4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Managed Networks

#PracticalSecurity

 

The latest in our series of seminars on security issues focuses on practical steps you can take to protect your business from a variety of threats. Topics for the September event include:

  • Cyber-security: malware, hackers, cyber-fraud and denial of service
  • Physical and personnel security: terrorism, unauthorised entry, background checks, crowd control
  • Crisis communications: dealing with staff, with the public and with the media
  • Regulation: new rules for handling staff and customer information, new laws on surveillance

As always, the focus will be on straightforward language and actionable advice, with plenty of opportunity to ask questions of all the speakers.

We have an exciting line-up of speakers, all of whom not only know their subjects but also have deep experience of the specific issues affecting ticketed venues and public spaces. We’re particularly pleased that our keynote is being delivered by Kevin Lowrie from DCMS – an indication that government is taking the security issues affecting the entertainment and culture sector seriously.

Speakers

Kevin Lowrie, Assistant Director Cyber Security, DCMS

Ben Rapp, CEO, Managed Networks

Rob Hoblin, Consultant, Cognitious

Kate Hartley, COO, Polpeo

Terri Paddock, industry commentator and founder of StageFaves

Who should attend

Anyone with an interest in protecting their organisation against security threats. This seminar is focused on venues and entertainment, so if you work in theatre, concerts, museums, galleries or other ticketed venues or visitor attractions, the content will be highly relevant to you.

Sponsored by

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Supported by

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Venue:  

Address:
4 Richmond Mews, London, W1D 3DH, United Kingdom