Using Technologies and Human Expertise to Increase Port Security

Date: Wednesday 26 November 2014 – Thursday 27 November 2014

Location: London, UK

Using Technologies and Human Expertise to Increase Port Security

ACI’s Port Security Summit  conference will give port authorities, national coast guards, customs officials and other law enforcement and security companies the chance to analyse the latest developments in port security. This unique opportunity will give industry leaders an extensive overview of the challenges facing ports worldwide and offer solutions in maximising port security and structures through the effective use of advanced technologies, management and operational methodologies.


ACI’s meetings offer the perfect opportunity to discover the latest updates and to discuss your own challenges and solutions with your peers through an interactive and informative 2 day programme.

Considering steps taken by ports and the ISPS Code, have security threats receded?

An integrated approach to port security

How do contractors fit in with a port’s security ethos?

Container scanning – What has changed?

Who funds improved security measures?

Is the cloud a safe way of securing data?


All ACI’s events attract a targeted group of senior level executives and decision-makers from industry.  Our meetings are strictly end-user focussed.  Only a select group of companies are invited to sponsor the event – to ensure the emphasis is on the industry participants, and making sure our delegates have a valuable and positive experience.

Chief Security Officers

Head of Port Security

Terminal/Container Managers

Safety and Security Managers

Operations & Maintenance Managers

Harbour Master

Head of Supply Chain Security

Cargo Security Manager



Baharudin Othman, Chief Security Officer, Port Of Tanjung Pelepas

Brian Cranmer, Regulations and Compliance Officer, Maritime Asset Security&Training Ltd

Frederick James Francis, Senior Manager, SINGAPORE MARITIME ACADEMY

George Guy Thomas, Science and Technology Advisor, United States Coast Guard

Mark Goh, Associate Professor Centre of Maritime Studies, National University Of Singapore

Joey Tastet, Maritime Liaison Officer, Maritime Liaison Unit – Pacific

Michael Chen, ILO/IMO/ADB Consultant, Stet Group Of Companies

RS Vasan, Head Strategy And Security Studies, Center For Asia Studies,Chennai

Sanath Karunarathna, Director For Security, Sri Lanka Ports Authority

Sanjay Mehta, Vice President Director, PT.Terminal Petikemas Surabaya

Sean Katz, Port Security Program Liaison Officer, US Coastguard

Tamil Selvan, Head Port Police, Westports Malyasia

Thomas Timlen, Asia Liaison Officer, BIMCO

Van Vinh, Assistant Professor, Nanyang Technologicall University


For more information or to register for this exclusive event:


Rohan Baryah

+48 61 646 9780

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