THIS IS ONE OF THE THINGS TINYG DOES BEST
TINYg have conducted over 50 free to attend physical events globally in London, New York, Hong Kong, Chicago, New England, Washington DC and other cities. This is in addition to our webinars
After 16 years , garnering the support of academia, governments, blue chips and law enforcement it provides a highly creditable reference point and platform with global reach , collaboration and an a unique not for profit environment to exchange best practice and introduce meaningful solutions and senior subject matter experts which are of real interest.
Bringing people together from multiple sectors, infrastructure. Providing the vision and narrative that we provide to our membership. Facilitating a rich understanding of what is required to become as resilient to ‘the threat’ and ‘during crisis’. The networking itself is of great value establishing meaningful link.
Preventing violence against women & girls is everyone’s business.
International Corporate Counter Terrorism
AC Neil Basu: Metropolitan Police
Kristi Johnson: Asst Director in Charge, FBI LA
Rebecca Morgan: Deputy Assistant Director, Enterprise Threat Mitigation.
National Insider Threat Task Force National Counterintelligence and Security Center
Laura Dehmlow: Section Chief SITF
Dr Christopher Pernin: Rand Corporation
Lessons Learned From Terrorism Events Targeted At Crowded Spaces
Eric Stewart, QPM
Corporate Security and Protect Duty Live
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Dean Hatdon, Metropolitan Police
Jason Hallahan - Head of London Ambulance Service CT Operations
Simon Adair - BBC, Director of Safety, Security & Resilience
Figen Murray OBE - Academic, Protect subject matter expert
Steve Kenny - Axis Communications, TINYg Emerging Technology Lead
Jason Towse - Mitie, Managing Director, TINYg Retail Sector Lead
Barry Palmer - Tate Museums, Head of H&S, Security. TINYg Public Accessible Spaces Lead
Corporate Security and Protect Duty Conference
AC Neil Basu - Metropolitan Police
Supt Chris Page - New Zealand Police
Representative of FBI, London
Retail Crime and Counter Terrorism
Katy Bourne - Police and Crime Commissioner for Sussex.
Paul Spicer - Head of Special Branch, City of London Police
Patrick Holdaway - City of London Police (NBCC)
Steve Cyrus - FBI Senior Legal Attache' London
Jason Towse - Managing Director, Mitie
Paul Anderson - Deputy Chief Constable, Humberside Police
Deputy Chief Constable Alistair Sutherland - British Transport Police
Global Security and Terrorism During Crisis
Keynote speaker: Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu
The weaponisation of COVID-19 by extremists and terrorists
Chief Tom Galati, NYP:
An overview of crimes committed during lockdown in NYC
Det Inspector Will Unwin, Metropolitan Police: T
errorist Exploitation of COVID-19 and Civil Unrest in London.
Caitlin Redner and Alexandra Skoler:
5G Telecommunications targeting and a threat assessment on exploitation of the COVID-19 pandemic by violent extremists.
Effectively managing the emotional wellbeing of your teams, culture, and organization.
TINYg Media Lead
Gen Jack Briggs: