Oil & Gas Critical Infrastructure & Asset Security Forum 2012 (OGCIAS12)

Venue: Austria Trend Hotel Park Royal Palace Vienna

Location: Wien, Austria

Event Date/Time: Sep 19, 2012 End Date/Time: Sep 21, 2012
Registration Date: Sep 18, 2012
Early Registration Date: Jul 31, 2012
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Description

Covering security issues related to both offshore and onshore oil and gas arising out of civil unrest, terrorist activities, and a competitive global market, the focus of the event will be on the key elements of using a variety of intrusion detection technologies to detect vibrations and sound, infrared and microwave barriers, CCTV for motion detection and access control. Also, the implementation of security operations centres for data protection, events correlation, issuing warnings and what is required to ensure robust perimeter security and surveillance, maritime and cyber security.

Bringing together senior-level security, business resilience and safety personnel, this must attend event will address key topics in the form of case studies and cover aspects of the value chain, particularly in upstream and midstream oil and gas operations, including:

Gaining Critical Insights and Discussing the Role, Strategic Objectives and Practical Measures Initiated by the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe to Protect Critical Energy Infrastructure via Their Action Against Terrorism Programme led by Thomas A. Wuchte, Head of Transnational Threats Department, Action Against Terrorism Unit, OSCE

Assessing and Combating the Constantly Evolving and Alarming Threats of Piracy and Terrorism led by Saadi Faraz, Head of Security, MOL, Pakistan

Implementing a Country Re-Entry Security Strategy in Yemen: A Case Study by OMV - Patrick Black, Senior Expert Security & Resilience: HSSE, OMV

Venue

Schlossallee 8
Wien
Austria
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Additional Information

For further information, visit www.ogassetsecurity.com or contact Laurence Allen, Marketing Manager, laurenceallen@dmgevents.com or call +44 (0) 203 615 0390