Strategic Security Summit

Date:
Wednesday 2 May
Registration:

Open to registered accredited attendees

 

Presented by Industry Defence and Security Limited, the Strategic Security Summit provides a "big issues" platform for government, industry and academia throughout the region to share knowledge and expertise relating to the global and regional security of nations, cities, communities, resources and infrastructure.

Held on day 2 (Wednesday) of the three-day CIVSEC 2018 Congress to maximise the flexibility of attendance options for participants in CIVSEC 2018, the Strategic Security Summit is the pinnacle policy and thought-leadership forum at the CIVSEC 2018 Congress.

As the "big issues" conference in the CIVSEC 2018 Congress program, the Strategic Security Summit provides an opportunity to hear the views of eminent panelists on the challenges facing civil security practitioners, policy-makers and decision-makers both globally and regionally.

The Strategic Security Summit will commence with a Global Plenary featuring a keynote address followed by a panel of leading security strategists who will present their thoughts on the global challenges which will be faced in the period 2020 and beyond.

The strategic issues day will commence with an international panel session hosted by the Australian Government’s National Security Science and Technology Centre. The panel will consist of international interlocutors from allied nations presenting on the challenges the national security sector faces and how the nations can better work together to ensure our front line agencies have access to the best technology to respond.

Following the global break-out sessions, a Regional Plenary will feature a second expert panel presenting on regional (and Australian) civil security issues and the challenges for the period 2020 and beyond.

Both panels will deliver a balance of academic, public and private sector views in a discussion and dialogue – informed by questions from the moderator and audience.

The Strategic Security Summit will conclude with a "strategic summary" presentation from the panel moderator, drawing together the "threads and themes" covered during both the global and regional discussions in the 'big issues' conference of the CIVSEC 2018 Congress.

Free of charge to attend, the Strategic Security Summit is open to accredited registered professional visitors to CIVSEC 2018. (Places are limited and pre-registration is recommended with pre-registration being available from February 2018.)

Wednesday May 2, 2018

0840 - 0900

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION TO THE STRATEGIC SECURITY SUMMIT

0900 - 1030

NATIONAL SECURITY SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY GROUP INTERNATIONAL STRATEGIC PANEL (TBC)

1100 - 1140

KEYNOTE ADDRESS -  What Next? Global Threats from ISIS and al Qaeda

Professor Bruce Hoffman
Director, Center for Security Studies; and
Director, Security Studies Program
Georgetown University, Washington D.C, USA

> BIO
1150 - 1300

PANEL DISCUSSION - Global Issues: The Rise of Cities - the civil security challenges we face in 2020 and beyond

MODERATOR
Professor Rory Medcalf
Head of the National Security College
Australian National University, Canberra


> BIO

STRATEGIC SECURITY SUMMIT PANEL - Global Issues

Professor Bruce Hoffman
Director, Center for Security Studies; and
Director, Security Studies Program
Georgetown University, Washington D.C, USA

> BIO

Dr Sophie Lewis
Climate Scientist
Australian National University

> BIO

Mr Franky Saegerman
Head of Digital Insights
Public Diplomacy Division
NATO

> BIO

John Yates
Global Head of Security
Scentre Group and Westfield Corporation

> BIO

Dr Naeem Salik
Senior Fellow
Centre for International Strategic Studies
Islamabad, Pakistan

> BIO

1300 - 1400

LUNCH

1400 - 1510

PANEL DISCUSSION - Regional and Local Issues: The Rise of Cities - the civil security challenges we face in 2020 and beyond

MODERATOR
Professor Rory Medcalf
Head of the National Security College
Australian National University, Canberra


> BIO

STRATEGIC SECURITY SUMMIT PANEL - Regional and Local Issues

Deputy Commissioner Catherine Burn
New South Wales Police

> BIO

Professor Greg Barton
Research Professor in Global Islamic Politics,
Alfred Deakin Institute, Deakin University,
Deputy UNESCO Chair in Interreligious and
Intercultural Relations – Asia Pacific

> BIO

Dr Kumar Ramakrishna
Associate Professor and Head of Policy Studies
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

> BIO

B.D. Paulson
Deputy Director
Indian Police Service

1520 - 1600

KEYNOTE ADDRESS - The Ethical Premise of Leading Through Adversity

Mark Crosweller
Director-General
Emergency Management Australia

> BIO

1600 - 1630

STRATEGIC SECURITY SUMMIT CLOSING KEYNOTE ADDRESS WITH QUESTION & ANSWER

Professor Rory Medcalf
Head of the National Security College
Australian National University, Canberra


> BIO

1700 - 1800
NETWORKING DRINKS