CNI Security Tech Day later this month

October 31, 2022


The CNI Security Group is staging a one-day event in London.

CNI Security Technology Day takes place aboard the former WW2 Royal Navy escort ship, HQS Wellington, at Victoria Embankment, on the River Thames.

The free-to-attend event, to be held on Wednesday 30 November 2022, starting at 1pm, will focus on fully integrated, secure and futureproofed best-in-class, end-to-end electronic security solutions, specifically tailored to the meet the stringent demands of high-security environments.

The event will be compered by Rick Mounfield, a Chartered Security Professional and Director of Optimal Risk Group, who will also be delivering an insight into the requirements for ‘Layered security’.

Supporting those responsible for the safety and security of sensitive sites, including high security/CNI end-users, consultants and system designers, the event aims to divulge invaluable security technology information, particularly for those involved in the utilities, power, nuclear, prison, airport, stadium and arena sectors.


Showcasing the very latest in cutting-edge CNI/CPNI security technologies, the CNI Security Group brings together world-class experience and technologies from leading manufacturers, 360 Vision Technology, barox, Harper Chalice, Genesys by ISM, and new members to the group, Nedap and Secure Logiq.

At the event, the CNI Security Group will reveal their latest innovations in high-performance surveillance cameras, analytics, access control, perimeter intrusion detection systems, industrial Ethernet switches, PSIM/VMS and secure storage, including a variety of systems which are the only CPNI approved solutions available in their class.

A jam-packed agenda will see a number of informative and educational technology seminars taking place throughout the one-day event, spanning a variety of developments in CNI technologies, and including end-to-end, fully integrated, resilient and secure technology solutions for suitable for any CNI application.

A delegate at the last CNI Security Technology event, Rick recalls his experience of that event, saying, “The event offered a holistic approach to the development of high security solutions and, by focusing on threats, explained how technology could support CNI customers.

Beyond the technical solutions displays and seminars, the event was very useful for its networking too.”

Once again, the CNI Security Technology event will welcome Philip Ingram, MBE to the floor, who will present on the theme of ‘Cyber, ancient history but very real, a different perspective of the threat’.

“Following the previous fully subscribed CNI Security Technology Day in June, we are delighted to once again offer those involved with CNI security, the opportunity to find out more about the latest developments in high-end, integrated security solutions,” says Sara Fisher, 360 Vision Technology’s Sales Director.

“Visitors to the event will be able to see live displays of the latest cutting-edge integrated CNI security technologies available, attend technology seminars and Q&A sessions, and capitalise on the excellent networking opportunity, with other like-minded security professionals.”

The event itinerary will include refreshments on arrival, seminars, a guided tour of the HQS Wellington ship, afternoon coffee, networking drinks and a buffet dinner.

To see the full agenda and register for the free-of-charge CNI Security Technology Day event, interested parties should visit


One of only 253 Security Specialists in the world to be awarded the highest accolade of Chartered Security Professional (CSyP), Rick was admitted to the register in recognition of his strategic and operational capability in Protective (Physical and Personnel) security risk management. He has an MSc in Security Management from Loughborough University.

A specialist in agile leadership for protective security, astute risk assessments and history of delivering the highest security excellence in permissive and high threat areas across the world. An emotionally intelligent leader who has delivered peace of mind to businesses and wealthy families with security concerns since leaving the Royal Military Police . Rick brings his thought leadership to Optimal Risk Group having led The Security Institute for 5 years, realising its greatest growth in membership and revenue for the benefit of societal safety and security.

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