Mr. Hans van Grieken Corporate Innovation Officer - Capgemini
Finance Special - Panel Discussion
Security & Safety - Keynote Speech
Intelligence-led policing and security: the need for next-gen intelligence grids
Intelligence-led policing and security heavily depend on the availability of next-generation intelligence grids. What are the characteristics of such interoperability platforms, their global best practices and the operational C2-framworks that guide them.
In order to meet the policing and security challenges of our times, the concept of Network Enabled Capabilities is gaining traction since it delivers a solid framework to build Intelligence-led policing and Intelligence-led security capabilities. Yet without a proper matching of these operational NEC-concepts onto available technologies, NEC will never fly. In this contribution to WCIT 2010 the three pillars that secure successful force-transformations will be discussed: (1) the operational concepts behind NEC thinking, (2) the characteristics of next generation intelligence grids and (3) the transformational approach needed to deliver tactical and operational benefits such as improved Information Dominance, Situation Awareness and Interoperability between operational units and services.
About Mr. Hans van Grieken
Drs. Hans van Grieken is a Vice President at Capgemini and part of the company's international innovation network which mission is to be a source of new knowledge and insights for management in the future. In his present position, Van Grieken has a "hands on" view on current business and IT developments from a global perspective. Van Grieken is a regular keynote speaker at national and international conferences. For the past 6 years Hans van Grieken has been a contributing lecturer to the Delft Toptech postgraduate IT management programme of Delft University of Technology and to the postgraduate Officers training of the Dutch National Police (SLL) where he is responsible for the IT part of the curriculum of this Executive Training.