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About The Event




Dear Executive

The conference, which is the Third Edition, is designed to maximize the interaction among      delegates and extract valuable knowledge and ideas from each participant, which will be reported in summary form to the full conference and produced as recommendations to policy makers and industry leaders to build a vibrant secured industry in the region. 


Truer words were never spoken when it comes to the corporate security world. To succeed, you must know your enemy as well as your own strengths and weaknesses. The following are six issues would be addressed in SECPRO 2011 of which executives should be aware to protect their systems.




· Know your enemies                                                                    

· Understand external enemies     

· Defend against Internal enemies     




            · Be aware of regulations and consequences






· Protect yourself

· Know yourself

Keynote addresses and case studies sessions will run in addition to the prescheduled business meetings. Leading industry experts will be addressing the latest topics and challenges facing the industry. Each day will begin and end with an educational session.

The Changing Security Paradigm in India

· Building an Indian Business Intelligence Network

· The Security Situation in India

· Dealing Effectively with Local partners

· Business Continuity Challenges in India

· Fraud and Brand-Protection Challenges

Are Risk and Resilience Management Standards Redefining the Security Profession?

· Implementing Security Systems for Industrial Sites

· Corporate Security in the Insurance Industry - An Enterprise Risk Management Function

· National Terrorism Threat Alert Systems - A Comparative Overview

Is Anybody Listening? Have we learnt any Lessons from Recent Catastrophic Frauds?

· Embedding Security Culture in a Corporate Environment

· Changing Corporate Cultures and Influencing Employee Attitudes towards   Security by Good Communication.




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