Examining the future of national security - aligning with defence, development and foreign aid
In its 7th year, the National Security Summit will host a high-level discussion and essential update on strategy and policy developments to keep UK citizens safe.
This year we're delighted to announce that the event will now be brought to you by the team behind The House magazine - the leading publication for MPs and peers. This new collaboration brings the event closer to the heart of Westminster and aligns the event more closely to the changing policy landscape.
As the UK establishes it's position on the global stage, in anticipation of the Government's Integrated Review of Security, Defence, Development and Foreign Policy - this is a pivotal moment for how the nation thinks about National Security.
Join senior stakeholders and leaders responsible for defining and delivering national security to review the priorities for the year ahead and take this first opportunity to discuss the implications of the Integrated Review.
Choose from 10 conference sessions, across 2 conference tracks
To reflect the broadening nature of national security, this year the agenda offers 2 tracks to incorporate topics relating to enforcement and protection, as well as defence and security.
Confirmed Speakers Include:
- Ben Wallace MP, Secretary of State for Defence
- Commissioner Ian Dyson, Commissioner, City of London Police
- Katy Bourne OBE, Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner
- Lord Grimstone of Boscobel Kt, Minister for Investment, DfIT & BEIS
- Jon Simmons, Head of Protection, Irregular Migration and Asylum Analysis, Home Office Analysis and Insight
- Sir Paul Stephenson Kt QPM, Fmr. Commissioner, Metropolitan Police (Chair)
About the Event
Due to current uncertainty surrounding live events and restrictions around social distancing, this event will now take place online. As a delegate you can expect:
- High quality and timely content as you would expect in a face-to-face event
- Facilitated Q&A and panel discussions to put your questions to expert speakers
- Scheduled breaks throughout the day to minimise screen fatigue
- CPD accreditation on request for all registrants
Who should attend?
Delegates will be drawn from anyone with an interest in the development of strategy and policy to keep UK citizens safe
Previous delegates include professionals with the following job titles:
- Chief Executive
- Head of Business Assurance
- Head of Joint Operations
- Ports Coordinaton Manager
- Head of Intelligence
- Security Coordinator
- Chief Inspector
- Head of Law Enforcement Business Development
- Prevent Officer
- Counter Intelligence Operator
- Director of Security, Order and Counter-Terrorism
From organisations including:
- Metropolitan Police Service
- Her Majesty's Prison and Probation Service
- Ministry of Defence
- NHS England
- Home Office
- National Counter Terrorism Policing Command
- Civil Nuclear Constabulary
- City of London Corporation
- Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs