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Major event in the security industry

16 f 2014

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. The conference is organised by Impel Security Polska, one of the leaders on the security market, and Sasma, an international consulting and training company. The leitmotif of this year's meeting is a change in the perspective through which the issues related to security in business are perceived. Under the theme "Change Your Business Perspective" international speakers representing the world of politics and business will deliver a number of lectures presenting the variety of corporate threats such as espionage, smuggling, cyber attacks and attempts at destroying the company's image and product brand name.

 

This year's speakers are the personalities known in the international business security environment. The heads of security departments of the largest worldwide corporations have confirmed their arrival, including Werner Cooreman, VP Security Europe at DHL Express, Bernard Galea, Chief Security Officer at FM Logistics, Don Randall, Chief Information Security Officer at the Bank of England, Krzysztof Moszyński, System Solutions Director at Konsalnet Holding S.A and Peter Davies, Chief Executive of the British CEOP (the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre). The list of invited experts is still growing.

 

Mr Marek Janke, VP, Sales at Impel Security Polska, said that "Being among the leaders in the security industry we want to be able to contribute to the improvement in the security market and, therefore, we have decided to co-host the 6th Business Security Conference. Through the exchange of experience with experts representing the international environment in our industry, we can initiate the dialogue on the significant role of security in business. We have the evidence that an increase in the level of security definitely prevents threats and reduces losses incurred by our clients - both entrepreneurs and institutions. I hope that the discussions held during the conference in November will contribute to the popularisation of good standards on the market for security services."

 

Last year, apart from being given the opportunity to attend the lectures of foreign guests from Deloitte, BAT, Tesco or Deutsche Telecom, the participants of the conference could discuss the topics related to economics, politics and business management at the time of global uncertainty with Adrian Kendry, NATO representative. Olesya Abramenko from Russia, representing Volvo, talked about how the automotive industry coped with omnipresent counterfeits and David Shore from Pfizer cautioned against counterfeited drugs posing threat to patients' health and life.

 

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 success of the last year's event stimulated huge interest in the November conference, attracting an increasing number of experts from the security industry. The updated list of guests and the agenda are available on http://business-security-conference.pl.

 

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Major event in the security industry (128 kB)
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. The conference is organised by Impel Security Polska, one of the leaders on the security market, and Sasma, an international consulting and training company. The leitmotif of this year’s meeting is a change in the perspective through which the issues related to security in business are perceived. Under the theme “Change Your Business Perspective” international speakers representing the world of politics and business will deliver a number of lectures presenting the variety of corporate threats such as espionage, smuggling, cyber attacks and attempts at destroying the company’s image and product brand name.