Thursday 09 September
14:00 (GMT +1)
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the catastrophic 9/11 attacks, which killed nearly 3,000 people and injured thousands more. It is a day in history that should never be forgotten nor repeated.
IFTRIP, in collaboration with the US Treasury, presents ‘9.11: TWO DECADES OF DISRUPTION’.
This timely event will bring together relevant and knowledgeable experts from government, the insurance industry, media and academia to discuss, analyse and question:
- What were the significant intelligence shortfalls that existed at the time of 9/11 in understanding the manifestations of the threat?
- How do we identify our vulnerabilities to terrorism threats today?
- How can our risk planning keep pace with the changing nature of the threat?
- How can we build sufficient economic resilience to future acts of terrorism?
9.11: TWO DECADES OF DISRUPTION, there have been at least:
“It was great to be able to attend an IFTRIP event this year. The format for some of the presentations and discussions is almost more successful than at a physical meeting.”
“I have attended various virtual events since March 2020 and this is by far the best in terms of both logistics (the website and associated material was incredibly easy to access), timing (very manageable) and content – the speakers were excellent.”
“Given the circumstances due to COVID I think the IFTRIP was pulled off efficiently and just as effectively as attending such in real life. Great job!”