Full Schedule

A EUROPEAN SECURITY RESEARCH EVENT TO COMPLEMENT THE WORK OF CEN/TC 391

 4th November, Morning Session


08.30:    Registration.

09.00:    Conference Opening: Maurice Buckley, CEO, NSAI and Tom Flynn, IG Societal and Citizen Security NSAI, Chairperson (IRL).

Theme 1 – Strengthening Crisis and Emergency Management Response: What EU Results are Emerging

09.20:    Theme Introduction – Joost Cornet (NEN), CEN TC391 Chairperson (NL).

09.30:    Hitch-Hikers Guide to EU Projects – Bruno Chenard, European Commission, DG Home (B).

09.45:    Cluster Projects I: SECTOR and DESTRIERO –Jana Mauthner, University of Stuttgart (D) and Mario Fiorentino (Consorzio Interuniversitario Nazionale per l’Informatica) (I).

10.05:    Cluster Projects II: S-HELP and COBACORE – Karen Neville, Centre for Security & Emergency Management, UCC (IRL) and Martijn Neef, Networked Organisations Group, TNO (NL).

10.30:    Theme 1 Panel Questions and Answers.

10.45:    Tea and Coffee |  Networking Opportunities.

Theme 2 – Future Crisis Management Standardisation – Future Crisis Management Standardisation – Building up a Road Map with an EU perspective

11.15:    Theme Introduction – Ian Cowan, NSAI (IRL).

11.25:    A European Commission Perspective – Philippe Quevauviller, European Commission DG Home (B).

11.45:    A Front Line Perspective and Perceptions – Dennis Davis, International Association of Fire and Rescue Organisations (GB).

12.05:    A European Perspective and Perceptions –Kevin Brear, Grant Thornton (GB) and Thorsten Ziercke, Siemens Schweiz AG, (CH).

12.30:    Theme 2 Panel Questions and Answers.

12.45:    Break for your lunch | Networking Opportunities.

Afternoon Session


Theme 3 – Cyber Security: What Threats Lies Within and How CEN should Respond

14.00:    Theme Introduction –Mary Cleary, Irish Computer Society (IRL).

14.15:    “Cyber threats: hiding in plain sight”– Andrea Simmons, Independent Consultant (GB).

14.30:    Proactive and reactive risk management – Dr Waël Kanoun, Alcatel-Lucent (IRL).

14.55:    Secure Architectures of Future Emerging Cryptography – Gavin Mc Williams, CSIT (Centre for Secure Information Technologies), (N-IRL).

15.15:    Theme 3 Panel Questions and Answers.

15.30:    Tea and Coffee | Networking Opportunities.

Theme 4 – Big Data: A Future Perspective for First Responders

16.00:    Introduction – Maria Eugenia Beltrán Jaunsaras, Inmark Europa (E).

16.15:    Lessons Learned: Experiences in other Sectors – Steven Davy, WIT-TSSG (IRL).

16.30:    Experiences in Aquaculture – Kostas Seferis, I2S (GR) and Dudley Dolan, Q-Validus (IRL).

16.50:    Security, Privacy and Big Data Standards – Ray Walshe, Insight@DCU (IRL).

17.10:    Theme 4 Panel Questions and Answers and arrangements for the next 2 days.

Note: Parallel Theatre presentations will commence in the afternoon of Day 1 commencing at 14:30.

End of Day 1 (Conference ends)

 5th November


Theatre morning sessions: 9:30 – 12:30 hours

Theatre afternoon sessions: 2:30 – 17:30 hours

World café cross fertilization sessions: 12:00 – 13:00 hours

Exhibitions: 9:00 – 17:30 hours

Break for your lunch and further networking opportunities: 13:00 – 14:15 hours

European Research projects meetings – Crisp  Cobacore/S-Help  Destriero  Sector Aquasmart: 9:00 – 17:30 hours – – subject to change.

CEN TC 391 meetings: 9:00 – 17:30 hours (members only permitted to attend)

 

 

 6th November


Theatre morning sessions: 9:30 – 12:30 hours

Exhibitions: 9:00 – 17:30 hours

Break for your lunch and further networking opportunities: 13:00 – 14:15 hours

European Research projects meetings – Crisp  Cobacore/S-Help Destriero Sector 9:00 – 17:30 hours – subject to change.

CEN TC 391 plenary meetings: 9:00 – 17:30 hours (members only permitted to attend).