WHAT IS SEAL2020 ?

SEAL 2020 will bring together leading security stakeholders from the Australian security ecosystem to explore:

Venue Security

Ensuring operational continuity of venues, events and facilities

Safe Cities and Communities

Building safe and resilient cities and communities

Tech Talk

Strengthening public safety and security through technology

WHO SHOULD ATTEND SEAL 2020?

  • Security
  • Safety
  • Resilience
  • Emergency
  • Operations
  • Integrity
  • Planning
  • Incident Response
  • Surveillance

PROGRAM

See the full agenda below:

08:00

Registration opens

08:50

Opening remarks from the Chair

Wayne Middleton

Principle, Reliance Risk & Chair

Venue Management Association

09:00

Exclusive insight into the Orlando pulse night club mass shooting: immediate interagency response during a crisis event

Deputy Chief Eric D. Smith

Investigative Services Bureau, High Risk Incident Commander

Orlando Police Department (USA)

09:40

CASE STUDY: City of Perth’s strategy and actions to provide a safe and activated city 

Konrad Seidl

Alliance Manager, Community Safety and Amenity

City of Perth

10:20

Maximising security and safety stakeholder engagement 

Mal Abley

Physical Security Manager

University of Melbourne

Kostas Kyrifidis

President

Victorian Security Institute

Deputy Chief Eric D. Smith

Investigative Services Bureau, High Risk Incident Commander

Orlando Police Department (USA)

11:00

Morning Break

Steam A – Venue Security

Wayne Middleton

Principle, Reliance Risk & Chair

Venue Management Association

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities

Kostas Kyrifidis

President

Victorian Security Institute

Steam A – Venue Security

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities

 

Open air Security

Safe city camera program


11:30

Developing layered security methods for open air events

Tomás Finnerty

Manager Venue Development, Major and Special Events

Sydney Botanic Gardens and Centennial Parklands

11:30

Analysing how human factors and technology are even more critical since Christchurch

Sir Kenneth McKenzie

Head of Security, Health and Safety

Auckland War Memorial Museum (NZ)


12:10

Biometrics with the times

Suzanne Lockhart

Victorian Security Institute

Vice-President & CEO, Technology Engineering Group Pty Ltd

12:10

Organisational airspace security: threat and opportunity

Joel Spencer

Chief Executive Officer

The Institute for Drone Technology™


12:50

Building a strong security culture among staff

Ross Judd

Security Manager

St Vincent's Hospital

Danielle Austin

Incident Response and Disaster Manager

St Vincent's Hospital

12:50

Community level prevention of violent extremism

Michael Cruse

Inspector Capability Division - Counter Terrorism Command

Victoria Police


Managing Security Stakeholders

Event Security & Perceptions of Safety


13:50

Lunch break

Vote for your favorite security technology – winner will receive a face-to-face time with the VIPs of the security industry



14:30

Technology is only as valuable as its impact on real life

Lee Shelford

Genetec Inc

Sales Engineering Manager Asia Pacific

16:10

PANEL: Maximising visibility and situational awareness through integrated communication systems

Adam Leach

Security Operations Coordinator

University of Melbourne

Sir Kenneth McKenzie

Head of Security, Health and Safety

Auckland War Memorial Museum (NZ)

Deputy Chief Eric D. Smith

Investigative Services Bureau, High Risk Incident Commander

Orlando Police Department (USA)

16:20

Closing remarks from chairperson & end of day one

Wayne Middleton

Principle, Reliance Risk & Chair

Venue Management Association

08:00

Registration opens

08:50

Opening remarks from the Chair

Wayne Middleton

Principle, Reliance Risk & Chair

Venue Management Association

Craig Sheridan

APM, Senior Advisor Operations, Managing Director

Sheridan Consulting Group & Lead Security and Risk Advisor, Vivid Sydney, Destination NSWoup

10:20

PANEL: Enhancing resilience and quality of life in cities and communities

Craig Sheridan

APM, Senior Advisor Operations, Managing Director

Sheridan Consulting Group & Lead Security and Risk Advisor, Vivid Sydney, Destination NSWoup

Danielle Austin

Incident Response and Disaster Manager

St Vincent's Hospital

11:00

Morning Break

Steam A – Venue Security

Stream B – Safe Cities and Communities

 

Large crowd protection

Emergency management and managing funding


11:30

Presilience and security – why an approach of presilience is critical to thrive in the new normal

Gavriel Schneider

Chief Executive Officer

Risk 2 Solution & Program Director, Australian Catholic University

11:30

Identifying best practise control room design and operations

Luke Schibeci

Researcher, University of New South Wales & Resilience Manager, Australian Government

University of New South Wales & Resilience


12:10

PANEL: Privacy vs Security- finding the right balance

Danielle Austin

Incident Response and Disaster Manager

St Vincent's Hospital

Kostas Kyrifidis

President

Victorian Security Institute

12:50

Lunch break

14:30

Restricting entrances to secure facilities through automatic bollards and security barriers

Craig Sheridan

APM, Senior Advisor Operations, Managing Director

Sheridan Consulting Group & Lead Security and Risk Advisor, Vivid Sydney, Destination NSWoup

15:10

Afternoon Break

17:00

Closing remarks from chairperson & end of conference

Craig Sheridan

APM, Senior Advisor Operations, Managing Director

Sheridan Consulting Group & Lead Security and Risk Advisor, Vivid Sydney, Destination NSWoup

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