The below conference schedule was from day 2 at the 2016 event. The 2017 conference schedule will be published closer to the event.
11:00 – 11.30
SECURITY TRENDS: 2016 AND BEYOND
Silvanus Sewe - Chair Security Sector Board Kenya Private Sector Alliance, (KEPSA) & Director Global Forensic Services Ltd
The East African security industry is evolving at a rapid pace. Huge steps are being taken in the development and growth of the security industry, yet future possibilities are endless. This presentation will highlight what can be expected in this industry and in what direction is growth expected as well as which security technologies and processes work and which ones may be needed in the months ahead.
UNDERSTANDING THE PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY REGULATION BILL
Daniel Lemmer- CEO; Securex Agencies Kenya
Gain an understanding into the intrinsic details surrounding the implementation of this new bill. The law is to provide a framework for cooperation between private security companies and national security organs. The objective of the Act is to provide for a framework of regulation of private security services industry in accordance with the values and principles set out in the Constitution. The law calls for the registration of all security firms, training of its personnel and proper remuneration for all private security guards. It will also provide for guidelines for foreign ownership and control of business operating as a security service provider. The new law will also provide for the establishment of the Private Security Regulatory Authority.
13.00 - 13.30
PANEL DISCUSSION: PUBLIC VS. PRIVATE SECURITY INDUSTRY DISCUSSION
Mwenda Mbijiwe, Security and Counter Terrorism, Consultant, Eye on Security
Dennis Nthumbi- Chief Executive Officer; Three Sixteen Protection and Care Limited
An interactive panel discussion highlighting developments in the public and private security sector. Be sure not to miss this!
14.00 - 14.30
TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY STRATEGIES TO SOLVING & PREVENTING ORGANISED CRIME
Mwenda Mbijiwe- Security and Conter Terrorism Consultant; Eye on Security
Combating a global phenomenon such as transnational organised crime requires partnerships at all levels. Governments, businesses, civil society, international organizations and people in all corners of the world have a part to play. Gain an understanding into some of the actions that are being taken and some ideas to help stop transnational organised crime.
15.00 - 15.30
SAVEGUARDING YOUR ASSETS - RISK MANAGEMENT & GUARDING SYNERGIES
Dennis Nthumbi, Chief Executive Officer, Three Sixteen Protection and Care Limited
The private security sector in Kenya employs more than 15 000 people in more than 9 key sectors. With such large numbers of both certified and non-certified security officers, it is imperative that companies support and streamline guarding operations and efficiently manage personnel. Gain an understanding into the means & strategic systems utilized in synergizing guarding support and valuable methods employed during difficult labour relation issues.
Keep up to date with the conference agenda
Securexpo East Africa will be running a Free to attend conference alongside the exhibition. This will consist of three days of talks that run periodically throughout the day. Both local and international speakers will be talking on various topics that surround the industry.
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