SecureCHAINS event: SecureCHAINS Forum part of IFSEC 2011 - Thursday 19th May 2011 10am - 2pm Birmingham UK

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SecureCHAINS event: SecureCHAINS Forum part of IFSEC 2011 - Thursday 19th May 2011 10am - 2pm Birmingham UK

Post  Admin on Thu Apr 21, 2011 7:18 pm

SecureCHAINS Forum part of IFSEC 2011
The SecureCHAINS forum is offering a dialog between stakeholders and companies providing advanced
technology, capable in filling gaps in the European Security Technology Supply Chains.
There is a continuous demand for improved security technology and processes in Europe. Companies
providing new and innovative technologies have quite an opportunity in a growing market.
A great Business Opportunity!
SecureCHAINS is a project and a consortium of 11 companies within the European 7th Framework
Research program with two main objectives:
• Identify gaps in the European Security Technology Supply Chain
• To engage companies to fill those gaps providing innovative technologies
Supported by London Technology Network (LTN), London a partner in the Enterprise Europe Network (EEN).
The participation of the Research Executive Agency (REA) of the European Commission will provide
information regarding the security research program.
Take the chance on the last day of IFSEC to learn more about the business and funding opportunities in European security.

Thursday 19th May 2011 10am - 2pm

SecureCHAINS: SMEs access to European security research and development

1. 10:00 Opening & Introduction SecureCHAINS Project
Juergen K. von der Lippe, vdlconsult, Hanover Germany
Miguel Sousa, Chief Operations Officer INOVA + Porto Portugal
2. 10:15 EU-Security Research Program (REA)
Andrej Grebenc, Project Adviser, Research Executive Agency - EU
3. 10:45 Air-Transport Security Technology Need
Frank McGrath, ICTS UK Training Manager, London
4.11:15 Capability Needs and Technology Gaps in the Security Sector
Dr. Jean Cornier, vdlconsult, Munich Germany
5. 12:00 Break
6. 12:30 Biometric, access management and control.
Charles Smith, OmniPerception, Surrey Research Park | Guildford | UK
7. 13:00 The role of end users in filling gaps in the security technology supply chain
Hugo Rosemont, Policy Adviser - Security and Resilience, London
8. 13:30 Enterprise Europe Network (EEN),
Dr, George Loukas, London Technology Network LTN, London

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Re: SecureCHAINS event: SecureCHAINS Forum part of IFSEC 2011 - Thursday 19th May 2011 10am - 2pm Birmingham UK

Post  Admin on Thu Apr 21, 2011 7:23 pm

SecureCHAINS Forum part of IFSEC Conference 2011


Juergen K. von der Lippe

Dipl.Ing. mechanical engineering and Nuclear reactor technology University of Applied Science Hanover and Kiel, Germany
40 years experience as engineer and manager, working in space industry with focus on commercial business development and technology transfer.
Extensive experience with activities in cooperation with international partners in Europe, the USA, Japan and Russia
Founder of vdlconsult

Frank McGrath

Aviation Training Manager ICTS (UK) and Ireland
Design and Production of Training Course Programs and Material
Passenger Interviewing, Airport Security Checkpoint, Hold Baggage Screening
Supervisor Training and Skills Coaching
Certified Internal Quality Auditor

Hugo Rosemont

Security Policy Adviser to A|D|S, the UK’s trade organisation for the AeroSpace, Defence and Security industries
Secretary to the Policy Committee and the International Working Group of the UK Security and Resilience Industry Suppliers Community (RISC)

George Loukas

George is currently leading the Security sector of LTN and the London and South East sectors of Enterprise Europe Network.
He is responsible for the growth of the Security and Sensing group, which facilitates collaboration among the key players from Academia, Industry and the Government.
George has a PhD in Cyber Security from Imperial College and over 20 publications on cyber security, emergency communications and disaster management.

Dr. Jean Cornier, M.Sc.

Pharmacy Doctor’s degree, Univ. of Caen, France & Master Degree in pharmaceutical medicine, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
More than 20 years experience as Project Manager Life Science and Biotechnology in France and Germany.
Project activities in Europe, Russia, Japan and USA
Since 2004 independent consultant Life Science and Biotechnology & Partner of vdlconsult

Charles Smith

Product Manager for OmniPerception Ltd, a facial biometrics and advanced image processing specialist
Has over 10 years experience in the technology industry, covering product management, marketing and buying roles

Miguel Sousa

Has Master in Science “Design, Materials and Product Management” at University of Aveiro and a Graduation in “Materials Engineering” at the same institution
Has several years of experience in the coordination, supervision and evaluation of several European projects in IT, Health, Transport, Security and Energy
Mr. Miguel Sousa is regular speaker on Innovation, EU policies and Information Technologies in conferences at national and international level and event organized by the European Commission
He is specialized on Research and Product Development and participated in several research projects in areas like materials innovation and new production processes


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