ASIS Benelux Fall Meeting

Program:

08:00 Walk-in

The MSK is the oldest museum in Belgium. The core of the collection dates to 1798 and the museum has been housed in the current monumental building since 1904. You can find masterpieces from European painting and sculpture from the Middle Ages to today, with a special share of (Belgian) art from the 19th and the first half of the 20th century.

08:30     Welcome by Manfred Sellink, Managing Director MSK and Chairman of the day, Paul Robrechts

08:45     Update ASIS International by Werner Cooreman, board member ASIS International

09:00     "A Geopolitical Vision of the Future" by Prof. Dr. David Criekemans

Prof. dr. Criekemans holds a Master's degree in International Politics and is European Master of Public Administration. His book ‘Geopolitics, 'geographical conscience' of foreign policy?’ is generally recognized as the standard work on geopolitical theory in the Dutch-speaking region. Today he publishes extensively on geopolitics, diplomacy and foreign policy.

10:00     Break

10:30     “Fraud – Changed Modus Operandi and Future Expectations” by Lode Barrezeele

Lode Barrezeele is active in the field of fraud investigation. With 25 years of practical experience, he gives organizations advise on how to deal with suspected fraud. Lode started his career in 1994 at the Ministry of Finance, as inspector at the Special Tax Inspectorate. In 2001 he switched to the private sector. In 2002 he became one of the first registered forensic auditors. Since 2003, he has been a partner of the independent research and consultancy firm i-Force.

11:30     Update ASIS Europe 2023 by Michiel Gen, Director European Projects ASIS International

11:45     ASIS International Benelux Chapter: board update by Nele Eykens, Chairwoman ASIS Benelux

12:00     Lunch

13:00     Update ASIS Europe by Erik de Vries, President of the European Regional Board

13:15     “Where Technology and The Professional Research Interviewer Meet” by An Gaiser from An Gaiser consultancy.

An Gaiser is an expert nonverbal profiler, research interviewer, trainer and executive coach. She has over 20 years of in-depth experience in complex and important interviews in forensics and as part of screening programs. An's expertise is particularly relevant in screening programs for insider risk pre-employment, in-employment and in organizational change processes. She also provides training, executive coaching and products in the field of profiling and behavioral assessments.

14:15     Break

14:45     “Philips Corporate Crisis Management: COVID19 as a catalyst” by Jeroen Schu╠łtz CPP, Head of Physical and Personnel Security at Philips.

Jeroen has been Global Head of Physical and Personnel Security in Philips Group Security since 2016, responsible for the security of sites, personnel, supply chain, and crisis management. He is chairman of the Group Crisis Operations Team, which manages crises at corporate level. Prior to joining Philips, he was commando, officer in the Marine Corps, crisis & security risk management consultant at Control Risks, team leader of personal security teams in high-risk areas for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and owner of a private security company for maritime and personnel security in Africa and Middle East. Jeroen has a Master's degree in Intelligence & Security.

15:45     End of presentations

16:00     Network drink

16:00     End of Fall Meeting

 

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