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Thursday, Nov 23, 2017

Social Media within the Defence & Military Sector Conference

  • 19 November, 2015 - 20 November, 2015, London, United Kingdom

We are thrilled to present the 5th annual Social Media within the Defence & Military Sector conference, taking place on 19th & 20th November2015 in Central London.

As cyber-attacks increase and extremist groups become more pervasive through sophisticated use of social media, we are entering into a new age whereby national security is not only determined by physical warfare and diplomatic reasoning but also by an increasing dependence on digital capabilities.

Following on from the huge success of previous sell-out shows, the only military focused social media event in the market returns to London this autumn to gather a global audience of leading militaries and defence institutions shaping the social media landscape.

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Reasons to attend:

  • Assess the latest social media platforms and cutting edge trends in engagement
  • Hear about the most creative social media strategies implemented by leading international military organisations
  • Understand how to use social media as a powerful tool to galvanise support, engage, retain and recruit
  • Attend the interactive workshop hosted by the Former Foreign and Diplomatic Editor for Sky News, Tim Marshall
  • Learn about the current methods and future trends of terrorist social media activity
  • Debate the effect of operational awareness against operational security
  • Analyse the risk of social media including activity by Hacktivists
  • Review the Ukrainian conflict and ramifications on the social media landscape

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Plus Two Interactive Half-Day Pre-Conference Workshops | Wednesday 18th November 2015

A: Social media: Content Creation & Delivery in the military Sphere
Hosted by: Nathan Tyler, Head of Digital, British Forces Broadcasting Service
& Tim marshall Former Foreign and Diplomatic Editor for Sky News
8.30am – 12.30pm

B: Building and managing Social media Communities
Hosted by: Andrew morton, Director of Social Engagement, SHRm
1.30pm – 5.30pm

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Featured speakers include:

  • Andrew Morton, Director of Social Engagement, SHRM
  • Caitriona O'Connor, Global Communications Manager Social Media & Content, Saab
  • Cathy Milhoan, Director, DoD Production, Defence Media Activity
  • Commander Royal Netherlands Navy Peet Rood, Section Head Social Media and Productions, Allied Command Operations/Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe
  • David Tunney, Head of Social Media, European External Action Service
  • Detective Superintendent Robert Jeffrey OBE, Head of Intelligence for the National Counter Terrorism Functions Command, Metropolitan Police
  • Director General Janice Keenan, Marketing & E-Communication, Department of National Defence
  • Fredrik Johnsen, Communications Advisor, Norwegian National Security Authority
  • Giles Herdale, Head of Digital Intelligence & Investigation strategy lead, National Police Chiefs Council, College of Policing, Home Office
  • Giovanni Galoforo, Strategic Communication Instructor, Italian Navy Staff College – Intituto Studi
  • Hans Damen, Brigadier General, Royal Netherlands Army
  • Lieutenant Colonel Juanita Chang* (SFC), Public Affairs Officer for the Under Secretary, US Army
  • Lorna Ward, Strategic Communication Consultant, International Consultancies
  • Mick Latter, Current Head of Digital and Media Engagement, Headquarters Corps of Army Music (Owner of Gannet Media)
  • Nathan Tyler, Head of Digital, British Forces Broadcasting Service
  • Nigel Jones, Freelance Consultant & Researcher
  • Rebekah Selman, Interim Head of Marketing, RAF
  • Steven Mehringer, Head of Communication Services, Public Diplomacy Division, NATO HQ

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Source : ASDEvents

Published on ASDNews: Jul 17, 2015


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