Vienna is getting ready to welcome the 10th ASIS International European Security Conference & Exhibition scheduled to take place on 3-6 April 2011 at the Messe Wien (www.asisonline.org/Vienna).
Around 400 senior security professionals are expected to attend more than 36 high-level educational sessions that will cover the entire spectrum of topics in security management such as: supply chain security, industrial espionage, terrorism, information security, anti-counterfeiting, organized crime, fraud, crisis management, critical infrastructure protection, and more.
On Monday 4 April, Michal Moroz, Deputy Minister of the Interior of the Czech Republic, will be the opening keynote speaker discussing the anti-corruption measures proposed by the Czech Government.
On Tuesday 5 April, Hugh McLeod, MBE, Chief Operating Officer, Stirling Assynt will give a keynote presentation entitled "Understanding the Arab Uprisings".
On Wednesday 6 April, the closing keynote speaker will be Brigadier Ian Abbott, OBE, Independent Member of the Thames Valley Police Authority who will speak on "Critical Infrastructure: A Public Private Problem".
The Conference will also include the SRVP Welcome Reception, sessions for Chief Security Officers (CSOs) organized by the CSO Roundtable of ASIS International, and the President's reception.