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Port Security Conference 2014

4 June, 2014 - 5 June, 2014, London, United Kingdom

Our 5th Annual International Port Security addresses the latest developments in port security enforcement focusing on the rise in organised crime within ports, compliance with the ISPS code and new systems including the Port Security Management System.

Case studies from ports around the globe, briefing sessions from government bodies and leading security technology providers ensure delegates are up-to-date with high priority information that enables you to best secure your seaports, economies and means of trade.

International Port Security hosts an exceptional roster of key opinion leaders and provides unrivalled insight into challenges faced in ports from theft of cargo, illegal immigration, drug smuggling and corruption of high level port staff, which is the key to the majority of organized crime operations. Visiongain valued the maritime security market at $21.8bn in 2013. With 2014 showing no sign of slowing up in terms of investment in the sector, it is imperative that stakeholders understand where and why this huge figure is being spent and have the opportunity to compare the best practice of global leaders against their own mitigation of threat.

This event aims to bring together International speakers from key nations including West Africa, Northern Europe, the Middle East and many more.

Benefits of Attending

  • Preview the latest technology systems, initiatives, directives and practices that are driving advancement in the sector
  • Obtain a greater understanding of end to end port security
  • Reach out and network with an unrivalled array of stakeholders within the community including industry leaders and port operators
  • Take the opportunity to get involved with interactive panel debates

Key reasons to attend:

  • 2 keynote addresses from: Commander David Phillips, Chief Harbour Master, Port of London Authority and Chris Trelawny, Senior Deputy Director, International Maritime Organisation
  • 12 international ports speaking throughout the two day conference including key nations: Europe, West Africa, USA, Middle East and many more.
  • Interactive Panel Discussion on: How secure are America’s seaports and the global cargo system that delivers foreign goods to them? Panellists include EU Commission, Los Angeles Port Police, Maritime Command Northwood, Marine Risk Management
  • Key presentations to cover: Maritime security in territorial waters, Global Counter Piracy, EU Port Security Legislation, Security Challenges, Case study on: Securing London during the Diamond Jubilee and the Olympics in 2012, Corruption at ports
  • Network with an unrivalled array of stakeholders within the community including industry leaders and port operators
  • Attend a pre-conference workshop on: Maritime Crime - Hosted by Neil Hall AFNI MIACP, Assistant Commissioner of Police (Retd)

Plus An Interactive Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshop

3rd June 2014, Holiday Inn Regents Park Hotel, London, UK

  • Maritime Crime
    Hosted by Neil J Hall AFNI MIACP, Assistant Commissioner of Police (Retd)
    8.30am - 4.30pm

Who Should Attend

Job Titles:

  • Harbour Master
  • Operations Manager
  • Captain of the Port
  • Maritime Security Coordinator
  • Marine Inspection Personnel
  • CEO / Director / Deputy Director
  • Chief Security Officer / Head of Security
  • Port Security Officer / Port Facility Security Officer
  • Head of Maritime Safety and Security
  • Head of Cargo Security / Supply Chain Security
  • Risk Manager
  • Head of Port of Entry 

Organisations and Areas:

  • Departments of Transport
  • Provincial and Municipal Government Representatives
  • Port Authorities
  • Port Facilities / Terminal / Container Operators
  • Port Security Services
  • Customs
  • Immigration
  • Police Services
  • Intelligence Agencies
  • Naval Forces
  • Coast Guards
  • Shipping and Cruising Ship Companies
  • Security programmes
  • Port security operations
  • Maritime surveillance
  • Systems and operations
  • Plans and requirements
  • Domain awareness
  • Maritime programmes
  • Navigation


Holiday Inn Regents Park
Carburton Street
W1W 5EE England

The agenda is available as PDF under downloads at the right side of the page.


  • Anderson Fagundes, Port Facility Security Manager, Port of Santos, Brasil
  • Captain Luis Sousa Pereira, Head of Plans & Policy Division, Portugese Navy and Chairman of NATO Specialist Team on Harbour Protection
  • Captain Thomas Fransson, Port Security Officer, Deputy Harbourmaster, Senior Security Manager, Harbour Master Office, Port Of Gottenberg
  • Chris Trelawny, Senior Deputy Director , International Maritime Organisation
  • Christian Dupont, Deputy Head of Unit, EU Commission
  • Commander David Phillips, Chief Harbour Master, Port of London Authority
  • David Galt, Crime and Security Coordinator, Port Of Liverpool Police
  • Donald Farrell (Ret), Captain, Los Angeles Port Police
  • Emma Ward, Head of Port Operations , Port of Dover
  • Eng. Ashraf M. Kotait, Port Operations Expert, Saudi Ports Authority
  • Erin Phelps, Senior Vice President, Business, The Mariner Group
  • Hallvard Flasland, Branch Head NCAGS, NATO Shipping Centre, Maritime Command Northwood
  • John Dalby, CEO, Marine Risk Management Ltd.
  • Martin Dubbey, Managing Director, Dextera Global
  • Michael Kebernik, Head of Designated Authority, Waterways Police of Hamburg , Port of Hamburg
  • Paul Brown, General Manager Operations, Port of Dover
  • Ronny Pauwels, Assistant Port Security, Port of Antwerp
  • Tony Birr, Director , Century Maritime


Event details

SMi Defence
4 June, 2014
5 June, 2014
Holiday Inn Regents Park
United Kingdom


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