ASIS Europe 2018 will take place on April 18-20, 2018, in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The event will focus on securing organizations in the era of IoT and highlight how Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) approaches can protect an organization’s full range of physical, digital, and human assets.
The "From Risk to Resilience" event format launched in Milan in March 2017 will be repeated, with its mix of conference, training, technology and solutions, exhibition, career center, and exclusive networking.
At the conference, themed “Blurred Boundaries—Clear Risks,” attendees will tackle the impacts of big data and artificial intelligence, plus, be provided with up-to-date risk outlooks, case studies, and analysis across the full range of key security management issues.
Conference highlights include:
Opening keynote on Big Data, automation and artificial intelligence from the business perspective - setting the parameters within which security professionals and particularly security leaders need to operate.
How Digital Asset Valuation Impacts Risk Assessments, Carl Erickson, CPP, CISO, Philips Lighting; Gal Messinger, Head of Global Security, Philips Lighting
The Incoming EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its Impacts on Enterprise Security, Axel Petri, senior vice president group security governance, Deutsche Telekom; Dr. Christoph Rojahn, director of forensic services, PricewaterhouseCoopers
Jihadi Terrorism Trends in Europe: A Look Ahead, Glenn Schoen, CEO, [email protected]
Virtual Security Operation Center Transformation: How to Utilize the Cloud, Big Data and Machine Learning, Michael Foynes, Senior Director of Global Operations, Global Security, Microsoft
Public Spaces: Today's Front Line Against Extremist Violence, Thomas Vonier, President, The American Institute of Architects
Understanding and Measuring Business Resilience, Laura Poderys, Business Continuity Manager, Group Physical Security, Danske Bank
More than just a conference - ASIS Europe 2018 also provides:
Exhibition and Technology and Solutions track, bringing solution providers and practitioners together to address complex, emerging challenges
Training modules geared towards team members and new security professionals seeking to gain focused, practical skills with well-defined learning outcomes
ASIS Europe Career Center including the European Salary Survey, career and transition coaching, diversity in security, and much more.