The Largest Commercial And Homeland Security Exhibition And Conference Held In East Africa

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The Largest Commercial And Homeland Security Exhibition And Conference Held In East Africa

Day 3

Day 3

The below conference schedule was from day 3 at the 2016 event. The 2017 conference schedule will be published closer to the event.

Day 3

Time Description Speaker
11:00 – 11.30

SAFE CITIES: USING SMART TECHNOLOGY FOR PUBLIC SECURITY

The world’s cities are bursting at the seams, civic resources are under pressure and crime is harder than ever to police. As it stands, most video surveillance technology is inefficient. Police investigations are often hampered by blind spots in video networks and low-quality imagery. In Nairobi, Kenya, Huawei has put in place a new communications network that links 1,800 surveillance cameras with 195 police bureaus and 7,600 police officers. The new infrastructure, commissioned by president Uhuru Kenyatta, is of strategic importance in terms of both national and economic security.

Mairura Omwenje

Chairman; Town and Country Planners Association of Kenya (TCPAK)

12.00 –12.30

UTILISING SECURITY TECHNOLOGY TO STREAMLINE BUSINESS & INCREASE RETURN ON INVESTMENT

Still think that your CCTV surveillance system is just another grudge purchase? A necessary evil that puts more strain on the company’s security budget? This presentation will demonstrate how the right application of IP Surveillance Video Management technology will take your surveillance system and turn it into the most powerful operations management tool for the entire organisation. Learn how sophisticated features, including Video Analytics and 3rd Party System Integration, offers your company a real return on investment for every department from Marketing, Training, Operations, and Risk to Health and Safety, and HR.

Emmanuel Shiri

Regional Sales Manager for Africa; Cathexis

13.00 - 13.30

INTERNET OF THINGS AND SECURITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY

As the frequency and costs of security incidents continue to rise, research indicates that many organisations have not updated critical information security processes, technologies, and employee training needs.

In some cases, it appears that information security programmes have weakened due to inadequate investments in information security. At the same time, the financial costs of investigating and mitigating incidents grow year over year. Compromises by insiders—current and former employees, as well as third parties with trusted network access—continue to rise, but many organisations have not implemented processes and technologies to address internal incidents. No matter how secure an organisation’s network and data, it will be open to compromise if third parties do not employ equivalent security and privacy safeguards.

Find out what basic security safeguards businesses can implement to manage today’s elevated threats.

Michael Perry

Director Technology at G4S Africa

14.00 - 14.30

THE IMPORTANCE OF SECURITY STANDARDS AND INDUSTRY BEST PRACTICE

Gain an understanding into the benchmarks and standards that that are set for Kenya’s security industry. These represent the minimum requirements that are necessary to ensure that each particular type of security service:

• complies with the law

• achieves the promised and expected level of protection

• contains adequate fail-safe and back-up systems

• is diligently manned, managed and maintained

Lt. Col. Julius Githiri

Executive Director; Institute of Professional Security Studies

15.00 - 15.30

THE STATE OF INFORMATION AND CYBER SECURITY - WHY ARE ORGANISATIONS IN KENYA NOT CONCERNED?

According to The 2015 Cyber Security Report by Serianu Cyber Threat Intelligence Team, the public sector in Kenya lost more than Sh5 billion from cybercrime attacks, followed by the financial services sector at Sh4 billion. The report revealed how many organizations lack enough staff and security expertise dedicated to IT security. The worrying thing is 21% of organizations in Kenya are not concerned about cybercrime at all. Gain an Understanidng into cyber crime and the elements needed in order to fight this phemonmenon

Kevin Mburu

Lead Service Delivery, Serianu

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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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