Developing Concrete Controls for Protecting Corporate Assets and Personnel

In just less than a week, marcus evans will open its doors to its first flagship Global Corporate Security conference to be held in Intercontinental Hotel Pudong, Shanghai from 17th to 18th July 2017. This event will demonstrate best practices for Corporate Security teams tasked with supporting and protecting companies operating in high-risk locations and industries.

This highly anticipated 2-day event will showcase keynote presentations, case studies from experts, insightful discussions and provide an excellent networking platform for the public and private sectors, professionals and industry leaders alike.

Our exclusive line-up of expert speakers include Yang Yu (Regional Director of Operations Asia, Global Security, Microsoft, China), Dannie Bergmann (Security Director – Chairman’s Office, Ali Baba, China), Tim Moffat (High Risk Media Security Operations Adviser, BBC, United Kingdom), Dean Fitzmaurice (Regional Security Director – Middle East, India & Sub-Saharan Africa, SNC Lavalin, United Arab Emirates), Geoff Clark (Corporate Security Advisor, BGP Inc., China National Petroleum Company, China), Stanley Aloysius (Director, Asia Pacific Safety & Security, Paypal, Singapore), Ruben Morales (Hong Kong Airlines, Hong Kong), Loïc Frouart (Head of Security JPAC, Sanofi , China), Nick Crouch (Director Global Safety & Security (EMEA , India & APAC), Yahoo! Inc, Singapore), Bryan Hu (Safety & Security Manager, Greater China, Ebay, China) and Patrick Wang (Head Of Security, Bekaert Asia, China).

In addressing whether or not a good policy prevents breaches, Nick Crouch, the Director in Global Safety & Security (EMEA, India & APAC) of Yahoo! Inc., Singapore commented that “Good policy is important, but human interface is critical. On top of this, the maintenance of data and the ability use it in formulating effective process and policy as a corporate security team grows, should not be underestimated. Policy should be part of a holistic approach to protecting data.” Meanwhile, Yang Yu, who is the Regional Director of Operations Asia – Global Security at Microsoft, China, told us that “Good policy serves as a solid foundation for the organization, whilst the implementation (of the policy) stage require every stakeholders’ contribution and involvement, thereby fostering a common level of commitment. The policy itself won’t prevent breaches, and we cannot prevent breaches without processes, procedures and people’s support.”

This conference is proudly supported by Chartered International Institute of Security & Crisis Management (CIISCM), International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (IIRSM), Security Professionals Alliance of China (SPAC), My Security Media, Oxford Business Group and more.

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