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09.00 - 09.30: Registration and refreshments

09.30 - 09.40: Welcome address
Deborah Ritchie,
Group Editor, CIR Magazine

09.40 - 09.50: Morning chairman’s opening remarks
Joachim Adenusi,
Partner, Inspirational Risk Ltd

09.50 - 10.25: Keynote address - Applying Strategic Forecasting to Resilience: How to Get it Right
Jamie Shea,
Former Deputy Assistant Secretary General for Emerging Security Challenges, NATO & Associate Fellow, International Security Programmer, Chatham House

10.25 - 10.40: Managing the Unexpected
Dr. Elmar Kutsch,
Associate Professor in Risk Management, Cranfield School of Management

Interactive Workshop: Part 1: Scenario.

10.40 - 11.10: Fireside Chat
Joachim Adenusi,
Partner, Inspirational Risk Ltd
Michael Calamito,
Head of Operational Resilience, Hargreaves Lansdown

Mission First, People Always: Building a Resilient Team During Times of Adversity

•What exactly is professional resilience?

•Teamwork. Responding to challenging situations within your department

•Resilience in the workplace and the importance of it

•How to build and maintain personal resilience

11.10 - 11.30: Coffee break

11.30 - 12.15: Embedding ESG into your Core Risk and Resilience Strategy
Tim Malloch,
Senior Associate, CMS
Professor David L Loseby

•ESG: Beyond the ‘badge’ towards a symbiotic relationship with resilience

•ESG as a catalyst to a circular economy approach to sustainable supply chains

•Mitigating ESG risks throughout the supply chain

•Looking at the long-term

•Keeping abreast of regulations

12.15 - 12.45: Business Continuity when the Rules Change
Tony Deady,
IT Business Continuity, Saudi Aramco

This session examines how cyber security events are viewed by business continuity, information security and incident management professionals – why they see the situation differently, how best to prepare for these events and how the groups can work together better by understanding each other's perspectives in advance.

12.45 - 13.10: Building Resilience to your Business
Chris Philips GCGI,
CEO & Founder, International Protect and Prepare Security Office (IPPSO)

Using Terrorism Protection & Response to Increase Resilience Against all Risks

13.10 - 14.10: Lunch break

14:10 - 14:20 Afternoon chairman's opening remarks 
Chris Philips GCGI,
CEO & Founder, International Protect and Prepare Security Office (IPPSO)

14:20 - 14:50 Organisational Resilience: A New Urgency amid a Perfect Storm of Crises Debate & Q&A
Peter Power,
Vice-Chairman, Resilience Association

•Putting uncertainty at the forefront of strategy and implementation: Can it be done?

•Navigation in a sea of mutating/accelerating hazards: The new threat landscape

•Prepare, cope, adapt and thrive in a changing environment: BS 65000

•Joining up the dots: From silos to synergy

14.50 - 15.30: Fireside Chat
Peter Johnson,
PD Business Continuity Global Lead, Roche
Hilary Jones,
Business Continuity Team, Roche
Professor David L Loseby

BANI: It’s all about Supply Chain Resilience

15.30 - 16.30: Panel - Emerging Risks: AI, IOT, Intelligent Robotics, the Metaverse and more…
Moderated by:
Simon Newman, CEO, The Cyber Resilience Centre, London

Max Cleary, Industry Lead, Creative, Digital Catapult
Alex Cravero, Digital Law Lead, Herbert Smith Freehills
Muhittin Hasancioglu, Senior Cyber Security Advisor, Former CISO, Petronas
Joey Hills, Head of Intelligence, Mitie
Rupert Thomas, Director Post Trade Technology Risk and Control, LSEG

•Robotics. Who is in control?

•Demystifying the metaverse and the risks of hyperconnectivity

•Data, privacy and ethics

•Cyber security

16.30 - 17.15: Managing the Unexpected – Interactive Workshop: Part 2: Analysis
Dr. Elmar Kutsch
, Associate Professor in Risk Management, Cranfield School of Management

In the face of volatility, ambiguity, uncertainty and complexity, we are often confronted with alternative choices and contradictory ideas. Shall we follow the rules and procedures, or do we need to deviate from those? Shall we engage with stakeholders, or shall we ignore them?

This workshop takes you on a journey to evaluate salient bipolar constructs that we deem important to manage the unexpected.

Be ready to navigate the unexpected.

17.15 - 17.20: Chair’s closing comments

17:20 - 18:00:Networking drinks reception