Terror-attack simulation exercise

  • 12:00 - 13:00
  • 26 Nov 2020


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With so much of our bandwidth taken up by the pandemic, the terror threat may seem to have receded, but it hasn’t gone away. There may be fewer people in the office but how do you handle a terror attack when so many people are working remotely?

A fictional oil & gas multinational is under attack and you’re part of the crisis management team. As the story unfolds it will be up to you to take the right decisions to navigate your way through the emergency.

Jim Preen, crisis management director at YUDU Sentinel, is hosting the event and will be joined by Richard Stephenson, CEO at YUDU, and former senior police officer Chris Phillips.

Jim will be leveraging his guests expertise, but also wants to hear from the participants making the event as interactive as possible.

Richard Stephenson, CEO of crisis management software provider YUDU Sentinel. Richard has run public listed companies, mid-market private equity investments and tech start-ups. His professional skills include digital strategy, crisis management, risk and digital document publishing.

Chris Phillips. A former senior police officer, Chris helmed the National Counter Terrorism Security Office. He has been providing consultancy services to a number of blue-chip companies over the last nine years. Chris is the go-to security commentator for BBC journalists.


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