“A comprehensive series of show floor seminars, workshops and demos were delivered at Counter Terror Expo in May 2023”

Available to all visitors free of charge, the show floor theatre featured an unrivalled programme of speakers leading debates on the latest counter Terror technology and developments. In addition, we delivered networking events allowing attendees to engage with their peers from the CT and security sectors.

Entry to the show was free for pre-registered visitors.

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Holly Lynch at CTX

Holly Lynch, Shadow Security Minister at CTX 2023

2023 Conference Programme

 Day 1: Understanding terrorism and extremism. How to prevent, prepare & respond.

10.15-10.30 Welcome to Day One of CTX
Andy Williams JP FRSA F. IRSM FSyl, Group Deputy Chairman, TINYg
10.30-10.45 Keynote Address: When transnational repression becomes terrorism
Holly Lynch MP,
Shadow Minister for National Security
10.45-11.30

Radicalisation & Extremism: A new direction, following the Prevent review?
Panel discussion moderated by: Travis D. Frain, National Chair of the UK Counter Terrorism Youth Advisory Group.

Panellists:

  • Liam Duffy, Strategic Advisor, Counter Extremism Project
  • Hanif Qadir, Consultant/Adviser on P/CVE
  • Wasiq Wasiq, Academic
  • Zubeda Limbada FRSA, Founding Director, ConnectFutures
  • Ghaffar Hussain, Community Resilience Manager, London Borough of Newham
11.55-12.00 Host’s introductions to the panel
Andy Williams JP FRSA F. IRSM FSyl, Group Deputy Chairman, TINYg
12:00-12.45

Tackling terrorist exploitation of the internet: The need for Counter Measures and the effectiveness of regulation.
Panel discussion moderated by: Anne Craanen, Research Manager, Tech Against Terrorism.

Panellists:

  • Isabelle Arnson, Senior Policy Analyst, Tech Against Terrorism Europe.
  • Dr Richard Thompson OBE, Deputy Director, Home Office.
  • Dr Nicola Mathieson, Research Director, Global Network on Extremism and Technology – GNET.
  • Dr Murtaza Shaikh, Policy Lead, Online Hate, Terrorism and Incitement, Ofcom.
14:00-14:05 Host’s introductions to the panel
Andy Williams JP FRSA F. IRSM FSyl, Group Deputy Chairman, TINYg
14.05-14.50

Leadership during Critical Times: Learning from the past, preparing for the future.
Panel discussion moderated by: Nick Aldworth, Director, Risk2Resolution

  • Philip Grindell, CEO & Founder, Defuse.
  • Colonel Richard Latham, MA CSyP FSyI, Director Tier 1 Security Limited.
  • Matt Maer DSO MBE, Director of Security & Resilience, Canary Wharf.
  • Tim Evans, First Alert powered by Dataminr.
15.10-15.15 Host’s introductions to the panel
Andy Williams JP FRSA F. IRSM FSyl, Group Deputy Chairman, TINYg
15.15-16.00

Public-Private Partnerships: How collaboration builds resilience and develops response-driven innovation.
Panel discussion moderated by: Andy WilliamsJP FRSA F. IRSM FSyl, Group Deputy Chairman, TINYg

  • Michelle Russell, Chief Executive, Security Industry Authority
  • Commander Dominic Murphy QPM, SO15, Metropolitan Police Service
  • Paul Harvey, CSyP, F. ISRM, BSc (Hons), MSyI, Executive Director Ward Security & Chairman, TINYg UK Advisory Council
  • Emily Winterbotham, Director of Terrorism & Conflict group, RUSI
  • Chris Medhurst-Cocksworth, Head of Pool Re Solutions
  • Richard Bingley FHEA PGCLTHE, CEO Global Cyber Academy, Chair of CSARN.  

Day 2: Prepare, Respond, Recover. How building the cycle of resilience can save lives.

10.30-10.45 Welcome to Day Two of CTX
David McNicol-Jones
, Chairperson Emeritus, Rescue Global
10.45-10.50 Host’s introductions to the panel
David McNicol-Jones,
Chairperson Emeritus, Rescue Global
10.50-11.35

Prepare: How a well-informed and properly trained public can be effective ‘zero responders’.
Panel discussion moderated by: David McNicol-Jones, Chairperson Emeritus, Rescue Global.

Panellists:

  • Figen Murray OBE.
  • Damien Watling, Compliance Manager, ProTrainings Europe Limited.
  • Ross Paton, National Vice Chair at the Counter Terrorism Youth Advisory Group.
  • Ryan Mounsey, Business Development Manager, Westminster Group PLC
11.45-11.50 Host’s introductions to the panel
David McNicol-Jones, Chairperson Emeritus, Rescue Global
11.50-12.35

Respond: Public and Organisational response in the event of a terrorist attack. 
Panel discussion moderated by: David McNicol-Jones, Chairperson Emeritus, Rescue Global

Panellists:

  • Sgt Chris Broadrick, British Transport Police
  • Mhairi Sharp, CEO National Emergencies Trust
  • Professor Sir Keith Porter, Consultant Trauma Surgeon and the Clinical Director for Trauma at University Hospital Birmingham.
12:55-13:55 Lunch
14:00-14:05 Host’s introductions to the panel
David McNicol-Jones, Chairperson Emeritus, Rescue Global
14.05-14.50

Recover and reset: Building resilience and applying knowledge from lessons learnt.
Panel discussion moderated by: David McNicol-Jones, Chairperson Emeritus, Rescue Global

  • Professor David Alexander, UCL IRDR.
  • Chris Medhurst-Cocksworth, Head of Risk Consulting, Pool Re Solutions
  • Steve Hockin, Risk to Resolution Ltd
14.50-15.05 Host’s closing remarks
David McNicol-Jones, Chairperson Emeritus, Rescue Global
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Counter Terror Business
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