ASC CONFERENCE TO SHARE HOW COVID-19 HAS IMPACTED ON SECURITY LANDSCAPE
This year’s conference takes place on Thursday, 8th October.
The diverse security and resilience threats emanating from the COVID-19 pandemic will be the focus of CONSEC 2020, the 26th conference run by the Association of Security Consultants.
Speakers include Dean Haydon, Deputy Assistant Commissioner, Senior National Coordinator for UK Counter Terrorism Policing; Ian Tunnicliffe, Independent Strategic Communications Consultant; John Frost, Head of Business Continuity, Marks & Spencer.
The sudden and unpredicted Coronavirus global pandemic is already having a major impact on existing complex domestic and international security threats.
Shrinking private sector economies, changing working practices, the threat of mass unemployment, a lack of public compliance and existing community tensions resurfacing, present enhanced opportunities for pandemic-inspired and facilitated crime.
We are only too aware that those intent on terrorist and extremist activities will fill any available void in governance at both a domestic and international level.
Together with complex international rivalries by aggressive and rogue states ready and able to fuel discontent and exploit vulnerabilities through disinformation and other malicious clandestine activities, the challenge for businesses and organisations has never been greater.
To register and secure you place for this important conference visit https://consec.online