Richard Flint, Physical Security Technical and Business Development Manager at BRE Global, has recently been promoting the use of security standards at two important international security events:
ASIS Middle East 2017 Security Conference & Exhibition in Bahrain on 5-7 November,
Designing Out Crime 2017 in Oslo on 9 November.
At the ASIS Middle East 2017 conference in Bahrain Richard Flint presented on critical infrastructure protection as part of a debate chaired by John Cowling CPP (WSP), during which he made the case for wider engagement and understanding of standards, and the need to select standards appropriate to the threats faced.
The other two speakers that took part in the debate were:
Dr. Colonel Thafar Maaitah, Security Specialist at Dubai Road Transport Authority.
Andrew Friend, Disaster Clinical Coordinator at KFSH&RC Hospital, Riyadh.
Richard also met a number of major international specifiers and regulators in the region, with whom he shared BRE Global’s vast experience of developing some of the world’s leading standards for physical security - not least LPS 1175 - and our very rigorous and highly regarded testing and certification of security and fire protection equipment.
For more information on the ASIS Middle East 2017 conference visit the website here.
At the Designing Out Crime 2017 conference hosted by NSR (Naetringslivets Sikkerhetsrad – Norwegian Business and Industry Security Council) in Oslo, Richard spoke on the use of standards for defining effective security measures. He gave his presentation alongside some of the leading figures in crime prevention in Norway.
For more information on the Designing Out Crime 2017 visit the website here.