It’s our great pleasure to announce our sequel conference, the 2nd Annual Global Energy Security Conference, this coming March 10-12, 2014 at Abu Dhabi, UAE. After our first successful conference on Global Energy Security Conference last May 20-22, 2013 at Shangrila Hotel Dubai, UAE.
We will cover more on the security issues associated with offshore and onshore oil and gas arising out of terrorist activities, civil turmoil, and a competitive global market.
Subjects such as Security Mitigation Measures for International Companies, Crisis Management, Terrorism & Insurgent Capabilities, Anti-terrorism Planning, Evacuations and Triggers, The Latest Cyber Security Threats, Corporate Security Integration with the Business, How to Assess the Security Awareness Level among Users in your Organization, Crisis Preparedness and Training, The Key Factors Required to Develop a Successful Security Awareness Program, Extremism and Social Media, Securing the Weakest Link, Smart Grid Security, Security Risk Assessment and Analysis, Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity will be examined and discussed during the event.
This event will be the right platform for security professionals to meet and discuss the problem they are currently facing.
We will also take a deep examination on the crucial security issues mainly in the GCC organizations and highlighting solutions to protect them.
Middle East: 60% ( GCC:45%)
Asia, Europe and USA: 10%
The Advisory Panel:
Mohammed A Al Khalfan - HR Consultant, ISSD Saudi Aramco
Currently Consultant with Saudi Aramco in the Industrial Security Organization. Has over three decades of service and experience with Saudi Aramco and held several position such as Technical Rep, Technical Security Advisor, and Security Division Head. Participated in several initiatives and programs. Held Bachelor degree in Assets Protection from Eastern Kentucky University and Master in Human Resources and Development from University of Minnesota. A member of ASIS International, Saudi Management Association, and ASHRM.
Past attendees: Saudi Aramco, SABIC, CNLC, Petronas, Malaysian LNG SDN BHD, Saudi Arabian Mining Company ( Maaden ), Gail India Limited, Hitachi Plant Technologies, Norman Disney and Young, DCNS FE, TNO, Rimsco and more.