On 20-21 November 2014 “6th Business Security Conference” will be held in Warsaw – the most important event in the business security industry in Central and Eastern Europe. Corporate threats such as cyber attacks, espionage, corruption, smuggling and attempts at destroying the company’s image will form the leading theme of this year’s meeting.
The invitation from Impel Security Polska and Sasma, the organisers of the conference, was accepted by the worldwide recognised experts in the security industry. Under the theme “Change Your Business Perspective” the lectures will be given, among others, by Don Randall, Chief Information Security Officer at the Bank of England, Werner Cooreman, VP Security Europe at DHL Express, Bernard Galea, Chief Security Officer at FM Logistics, Audrius Sapola, Regional Director of Security at SEB Bank, Sebastian Michalkiewicz, Security Director at PPL OKĘCIE, Marian Ślimak, Security Director at PKP S.A., and Bartosz Matysiak, Deputy Security Director at NBP.
Apart from attending the lectures given by business security specialists, our guests will have an option of taking part in the course focusing on the detection of financial frauds – “The Fraud Detective”. The course will be conducted by Nigel Iyer, stipendiary of the University of Leicester School of Management, who has over 25 years’ experience of fighting corruption.
One of the events during the conference will be the premiere of the book, “Bezpieczeństwo biznesu w XXI wieku” (Business Security in the 21st century), collected edition, the latest publication on the Polish market concerning the challenges for the security industry.
Mirosław Greber, President of Impel Security Polska, said that “Being one of the leaders in the security industry in Poland and the co-organiser of the conference we create for our audience the space for the common international dialogue focusing on the significant role of security in business. We provide the opportunity to become acquainted with the current changes in legislation concerning Public Procurement, during the lectures delivered by experts from Ogólnopolskie Stowarzyszenie Konsultantów Zamówień Publicznych (Polish Association of Public Procurement Consultants) and Konfederacja Lewiatan (Polish Confederation Lewiatan). I believe that the November meeting will enhance the propagation of positive standards in the security industry”.
The Business Security Conference, organised for six years now, presents an opportunity to make business contacts, exchange experience, start the dialogue and work out the best solutions leading to synergies in terms of efficiency and security. The detailed information is available on http://business-security-conference.pl.