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In today’s global security environment the issue of Maritime Security and Resilience has become increasingly significant. The maritime transportation system underpins the world economy and an attack on this network could have disastrous consequences for global commerce. It is vital, therefore to ensure the security of the ports, ship and cargo containers as well as maintaining and improving maritime surveillance and reconnaissance capabilities to provide a broader picture of potential threats.

SMi’s Maritime Security 2006 will feature international perspectives on Maritime Security policy, port security and ISPS compliance in addition to focussing on matters such as anti-terrorism and piracy measures, border security and maritime surveillance. This forum will provide a framework for discussion and promote greater understanding of the issues of and potential solutions to the maritime security question.

The excellent speaker line up includes:

  • Marjeta Jager, Director, Directorate J - Security, EU Commission
  • Paul Levey, Deputy Director for Transport Security, Transec Maritime Security Branch, UK Department of Transport
  • Phil White, Head, Security Branch, Maritime and Coast Guard Agency
  • Chris Trelawny, Senior Technical Officer, Maritime Security Section, International Maritime Organisation
  • Robin Dodridge, Director of Security, Port of Dover
  • John Richardson, Director, Maritime Policy Taskforce, Directorate General for Fisheries and Maritime Affairs, EU Commission*
  • Captain Pottengal Mukundan, Director, International Maritime Bureau
  • Professor Geoffrey Till, Dean of Academic Studies, Defence Studies Department, King’s College, London
  • Dr Rohan Gunaratna, Head, International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Singapore
  • Rick Bourdon, Chief, Commercial Satellite Team, DISA*
  • Lindon Paxton, Naval Systems, dstl
  • Professor David Andrews, Professor of Engineering Design, Design Research Centre, Marine Research Group, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University College London
  • David Wilson-Le-Moine, Head of Sales and Marketing, Thales Telematics (Secure Tracking Division)
  • Paul Lightburn, Manager, Intermodal Projects, Lloyd’s Register

At Maritime Security you will:

  • DISCOVER the latest maritime security policy issues implemented by key nations
  • MAXIMISE your understanding of the application of current global countermeasures
  • HEIGHTEN your knowledge of countering the terrorist threat at sea and in port
  • DEVELOP your understanding of reconnaissance and surveillance in the maritime theatre
  • ANALYSE the changing nature of the global security environment

 

Conference programme

8:30 Registration & Coffee

9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

Professor Geoffrey Till

Professor Geoffrey Till, Dean of Academic Studies, King's College London

9:10 The Maritime Security Threat

Professor Geoffrey Till

Professor Geoffrey Till, Dean of Academic Studies, King's College London

  • Globalisation and maritime power
  • Widening threats to the maritime system [state conflict, piracy and international crime, terrorism
  • Maintaining good order at sea
  • Implications for today’s naviesNaval responses. Ways and means. Power at sea at from the sea
  • 9:50 Security Policy Across the European Union

    Christian Dupont

    Christian Dupont, Chef d'Unité Adjoint, EU Commission

    10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 IMO Maritime Security Policy

    Chris Trelawny

    Chris Trelawny, Senior Technical Officer, International Maritime Organisation

  • Compliance
  • Recent developments at IMO
  • Current issues - cargo security
  • Current issues - updates to the SUA Treaties
  • Future issues - oversight
  • 11:40 The UK's Maritime Security Policy

    Paul Levey

    Paul Levey, Deputy Director for Transport Security, UK Department of Transport

  • Transec responsibilities
  • Ensuring operational compliance with UK, EU and US security acts and codes
  • Assessing risk in the UK port infrastructure
  • Assessment of port vulnerability and impact on port security policy
  • Extending port security initiatives to the intermodal concept
  • Interoperability and partnership initiatives between port facilities and government agencies
  • 12:20 Networking Lunch

    14:00 The EU Maritime Policy

    John Richardson

    John Richardson, Director, Maritime Policy Taskforce, EU Commission

    14:40 The Maritime and Coastguard Agency

    Phil White

    Phil White, Head, Security Branch, Maritime and Coast Guard Agency

  • Challenges facing maintenance of an effective maritime security regime
  • A greater focus on security inspection regime – particularly port state control
  • Convergence of security and safety management systems
  • Building resilience in the maritime sector
  • Involvement in response because of our maritime expertise
  • 15:20 Combating Piracy

    Captain Pottengal Mukundan

    Captain Pottengal Mukundan, Director, Icc International Maritime Bureau

  • The numbers
  • High risk areas
  • The types of attack
  • Response
  • 16:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

    8:30 Registration & Coffee

    9:00 Chairman's Opening Remarks

    Professor Geoffrey Till

    Professor Geoffrey Till, Dean of Academic Studies, King's College London

    9:10 Maritime Terrorism

    Dr Rohan Gunaratna

    Dr Rohan Gunaratna, Head, International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies

  • The maritime threat environment - an extension of the land threat
  • Who is providing the threat?
  • Technologies available to today’s threat groups
  • How can the threat be countered
  • The future
  • 9:50 Security Policy at the Port of Dover

    Robin Dodridge

    Robin Dodridge, Director of Port Operations, Port of Dover

  • An introduction to Port of Dover security measures
  • Planning for and counteracting potential threats
  • Training police and operations staff
  • Maintaining ease of movement
  • Considerations for the future
  • 10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Issues In Integrating Maritime Security Into Ship Design

    David Andrews

    David Andrews, Professor of Engineering Design, Design Research Centre, Marine Research Group, University College London

  • Drawing lessons from established naval ship design practice
  • Use of simulation to identifying port and vessel vulnerabilities
  • Naval ship design features of relevance to MarSec
  • Adapting merchant shipping in the era of terrorism
  • The growing synergy between adopting commercial standards in naval vessels and the need for greater survivability of merchant vessels
  • 11:40 Spaced-Based Maritime Surveillance

    Rick Bourdon

    Rick Bourdon, Chief, Commercial Satellite Team, Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA)

  • What is needed?
  • Performance requirements
  • Financial considerations
  • 12:20 Networking Lunch

    13:50 Long Range Tracking

    Daivd Wilson-Le-Moine

    Daivd Wilson-Le-Moine, Head Of Sales And Marketing, Thales Telematics (Secure Tracking Division)

  • Analysis of current threats and risks
  • Understanding existing technologies
  • A look at future technologies
  • The role that technologies can play
  • 14:30 UK Maritime Surveillance

    Lindon Paxton

    Lindon Paxton, Senior Systems and Operations Analyst, Defence Science & Technology Laboratory

  • The threats and other targets
  • The requirements
  • Current capabilities
  • Future terrestrial solutions
  • The potential of space systems
  • 15:10 Afternoon Tea

    15:40 Managing Intermodal Security Pragmatically

    Paul Lightburn

    Paul Lightburn, Manager, Intermodal Projects, Lloyds Register

  • Why the ISPS code alone can’t achieve security for all aspects of the intermodal supply chain
  • The role of management systems as a means of enhancing supply chain security
  • Links between management system standards, such as ISO/PAS 28000:2005, with governmental and trade standards, codes and frameworks
  • Challenges facing industry as it tries to balance security measures with maintaining the free flow of goods and cargo along the supply chain
  • 16:20 Voluntary Supply Chain Security Can Never Work Unless Policed Effectively

    Giles Noakes

    Giles Noakes, Chief Executive Officer, Jigsaw Container Logistics Security Ltd

  • The current situation of quasi voluntary initiatives is not yet working
  • The real lessons of C-TPAT – a step too short
  • European initiatives are too many, reliant on increased resource allocation and need government support at the highest levels for effective implementation
  • Some examples of potential cost effective policing of the supply chain that manage and reduce risk
  • Is the high impact consequence of failure to manage risk – however the latter is perceived – acceptable? Probably not!
  • 17:00 Chairman’s Closing Remarks and Close of Day One

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