The Counter Terror Expo returns to ExCeL London 8-9 June 2022

The Counter Terror Expo returns to ExCeL London 8-9 June 2022. The event unites industry, infrastructure, government, and policing professionals who visit to explore the latest counter-terrorism technologies and solutions.

Entry is free to security and CT professionals; registration is now open at


Conference Agenda:

This year’s expo will feature an unrivalled speaker line-up over two main theatres, the Counter Terror Protective Security Conference and the Counter Terror Congress. High-level briefings will be delivered by those at the forefront of operations, policy and technology, ranging from national heads of CT, to leaders in the big tech space charged with countering the proliferation of extremism.

The Counter Terror Protective Security Conference 2022

8 June: Protective Security and the Emerging Role of the Private Sector

Day 1 of the Protective Security Theatre will examine the concepts, planning and framework necessary to safeguard public spaces. It will provide a platform for law enforcement, public safety, the security services, and their private-sector colleagues to explore this increasingly important subject.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Superintendent Adam Thompson, Head, National Counter Terrorism Security Office
  • Wieke Vink, Director Counterterrorism and Civil Aviation Security, National Coordinator for Counterterrorism and Security (NCTV), Netherlands Government
  • Simon Causer, Head of Security, City of London
  • Ken Scott, Head of Inspectorate, Sports Grounds Safety Authority
  • Neil Sharpley, Chair of the Home Office and Ministry of Justice Policy Unit, FSB

9 June: Understanding the Threat-Terrorist Attack Methodologies and Solutions

Day 2 of the Protective Security Theatre will examine the threat in detail. It will provide a forum for security planners and practitioners to understand the risks at play, attack methodologies and current terrorist exploitation of technology.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Superintendent Lee Kendrick, Head, National CBRN Centre, Protect and Prepare, National Counter Terror Policing
  • Chris Broadrick, Police Sergeant, British Transport Police
  • Ville Patrikainen, Director Safety, Security & HSEQ, FRS Ferry
  • Karin Castro, Security Advisor, The Danish Institute of Fire and Security Technology
  • Christian Schneider, Hostile Vehicle Mitigation Advisor, INIBSP

For the full programme, visit:


The Counter Terror Congress 2022

The 2022 Counter Terror Congress will focus exclusively on the online element of CT. It will provide a dedicated forum for government stakeholders, digital policing, the tech community, and relevant stakeholders to explore proactive solutions to the challenges faced.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr Richard Thompson, Deputy Director for Online Policy, Homeland Security Group, Home Office
  • Lucy Calladine, Government Affairs and Public Policy, Google
  • Dina Hussein, Head of Counterterrorism and Dangerous Organisations, Facebook/Meta
  • Inspector Paul Birch, Internet Investigations and Intelligence, Counter Terrorism Command SO15
  • Murtaza Shaikh, Lead, Online Hate, Terrorism & Incitement, Ofcom

For the full programme visit:


Counter Terror Expo’s Conferences are free to attend for all registered show attendees and will provide an excellent platform for awareness, education, and interactive discussion. Register now at: