December 5th 2019 | Central London (Zone 1)



The national security landscape is moving faster than ever before, with continuously evolving threats and unforeseen challenges posing security risk to the UK. From rising extremism, cyberattacks to securing our borders. Join senior law enforcement delegates from across blue light services, central government and the wider public sector at the 6th Annual National Security Summit returning on the 5th December.


  • Dr Katja Samuel, Founding Director, Global Security and Disaster Management Ltd (GSDM) 
  • Alasdair Marshall, Associate Professor in Risk Management, University of Southampton
  • Chief Superintendent Nik Adams, National Police Coordinator, Prevent
  • Hugo Rosemont, Director - Security and Resilience Sector, ADS
  • Sir Paul Stephenson, former Commissioner, Metropolitan Police
  • Ed Butler, Chief Resilience Officer, Pool Reinsurance Company
  • John Bassett, Director, Dianoia Consulting Ltd
  • Shaun Ryles, Senior Consultant, GSDM 

Key points for 2019:

  • Tackling the rise and spread of extremism: From prisons, to social media, to schools
  • Update on Government strategies: Addressing the current security threats
  • Protecting the UK's cyberspace: Securing its infrastructure
  • The role of border management in national security
  • Rethinking counter-drone resilience planning
  • Being prepared for a potential CBRN attack
  • The Prevent Strategy in 2019


Dods is a registered Continuing Professional Development provider. This event is equivalent to 4 CPD points. A certificate is available on request post-event to all attendees.