CTB365 Interactive Online Event

Protecting the UKs Infrastructure

Counter Terror Business 365

Thursday 16 July, 10am

Hosted by Philip Ingram MBE, Counter Terror expert

In reaction to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have taken the decision to repurpose all Counter Terror Business events and broadcast them online, under our new platform - Counter Terror Business 365 (CTB365).

Moving forward, CTB365 will become a permanent component in the Counter Terror Busines Suite of Products, with new and exciting events, staged in addition to the planned 2020 calendar.

We find ourselves in unprecedented times yet one of the biggest threats to the UK remains; the threat of terrorism, in all its guises, and although the UK lockdown has resulted in a huge decline in activity on UK streets, online traffic has increased significantly.

Protecting Infrastructure... The security issue that cannot be ignored.

UK lockdown has seen us unite as a nation but at the same time it has opened a new network of opportunity for terrorists. Online activity has doubled since the beginning of lockdown and there are experts that fear that this will enable radicalisation opportunities for terrorists.

Therefore protecting our Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) is of paramount importance… And now more than ever as we ease out of lockdown and the UK focuses on getting the economy moving again.

At Counter Terror Business we have developed a platform that enables us to stay connected with you, and at the same time, allows our trusted Partners to do the same.

So while everyone is online, there appears no better place to have this discussion - on 16 July.

Please register for first gathering of CT experts online to better protect your business and hear from experts covering a range of topics.

Join us for what promises to be an informative online event of CT experts, with Peer Chat, Live Polls, Interactive Q&A and Download Centre.


  • Is UK business winning against the threat of international terrorism – Philip Ingram, MBE, Counter Terror expert
  • Is the UK's CNI more vulnerable to a cyber-attack or a physical attack?
  • Learning lessons in digital resilience
  • The role of biometric solutions in protection infrastructure – John Spencer, CEO, Veridium
  • How can we ensure that prediction, prevention and detection are given equal footing in a cyber defence plan?
  • The increasing role of drone and counter-drone technology in safeguarding CNI
  • The Internet of Forgotten Things - managing vulnerabilities in a digitised world – Andy Jones, Distinguished Analyst, Information Security Forum
Jul 16, 2020


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