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The Lord Imbert Security Lecture 2024

16 April from 18:30 to 21:00


We are delighted to announce Ken McCallum, the Director General of MI5 as the speaker at this year’s Lord Imbert Security Lecture.

Ken McCallum is the current Director General of MI5 and is the eighteenth Director General since the post was created in 1909. He was appointed in April 2020.

Ken McCallum is an MI5 officer with almost 25 years of experience across the full spectrum of the organisation’s national security and intelligence work. His first ten years was focussed on Northern Ireland-related terrorism. Senior operational roles in countering Islamist extremist terrorism followed, and a period leading on cyber security, where he expanded MI5 engagement with the private sector.

In 2012, Ken took charge of all counter terrorism investigations and risk management in the run-up to, and during, the London Olympics. In April 2015, Ken took on the role of Director General Strategy and was appointed Deputy Director General of MI5 in April 2017.

Timings and dress code:
Registration 6.00 pm (City of London location to be confirmed after booking)
Lecture 6.30 pm
Reception 7.40 pm
Carriages 9.00 pm
Dress code: Lounge suit (WCoSP tie, badge and/or Livery Pin for members)

Lord Peter Imbert 1933- 2017
Peter Michael Imbert, Baron Imbert, CVO, QPM, DL was Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police Service from 1987 to 1993, and prior to that appointment was Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police from 1979 to 1985. He was the Lord Lieutenant of Greater London until 2008.

With thanks to the Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) for sponsoring the lecture.


16 April
18:30 to 21:00


City of London location


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