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Representatives of the security, intelligence and law enforcement communities, public and private security practitioners, senior government officials, community and corporate leaders, nongovernmental agencies, and academia.

May 16th-19th, 2017

The Sheraton Centre ,
123 Queen Street West,
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Selected Key Speakers from Canada, U.S. and Europe

  • Hon. Senator Gwen Boniface, Senate of Canada
  • Richard Fadden, Former Director, CSIS, and Former National Security Advisor to the Prime Minister of Canada
  • Chief Justice Richard Bell, Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada
  • Ray Boisvert, Ontario Provincial Security Advisor
  • Tim Egan, President & CEO, CGA
  • Professor John Farmer, Former Dean, School of Law, Rutger’s University, Senior Counsel and Team Leader of the 9/11 Commission and New Jersey Attorney General
  • Paul Goldenberg, Chairman and CEO, Cardinal Strategies, and Member of Homeland Security Advisory Council
  • Judge Leonie Brinkema, U.S. District Court for Eastern District of Virginia
  • Tim Roxey, Vice President, NERC and COO of E-ISAC
  • Chief Ronald Haddad, Dearborn Michigan Police
  • Susan Reinertson, Vice President Emergency Management, Corporate Security, AMTRAK
  • Dr. Anne Speckhard, Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, Georgetown University, and Director, International Centre for the Study of Violent Extremism
  • Anna Carlstedt, National Coordinator, Swedish Government Office to Safeguard Democracy Against Extremism

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Hosted by the Infrastructure Resilience and Research Group (IRRG), Office of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Design, at Carleton University, in partnership with ASIS International and the Building Owners and Managers Association of Canada (BOMA).The IRRG is mandated to convene conferences and specialized forums to build knowledge and foster professional networking among public and private stakeholders.

For additional information please contact irrg@carleton.ca

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