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LIBER Collection Security Conference

On 23 November 2012 the Koninklijke Bibliotheek hosted, in co-operation with the National Archives, the 4th LIBER Collection Security Conference. The 2012 conference, that addressed both libraries and archives, was a huge success and well attended by participants from all over Europe. Presentations covered a wide range of collection security issues. Discussions were open, challenging and engaging.

Please find below speakers’ presentations and a report on the invitation only international roundtable on collection security, held on 22 November 2012.


Abstracts of the contributions during the Liber collection security conference (PDF)

- Welcome
Martin Berendse, Director National Archives

- 'Out in the Open!'
Emmy Ferbeek, Head of Collections, City Archives Amsterdam

Two reports on theft in archives

- 'Increasing Museum Security'
Emile Broersma, Director of Security & Safety, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

- Detection of Deviant Behaviour
Maaike Lousberg, Project manager & Business Developer, TNO Defence, Safety and Security

- 'Theft from the British Library'
Kristian Jensen, Head of Arts and Humanities, British Library

- 'Short update on the Melvin Perry case'
Denis Bruckmann, Director of Collections, Bibliothèque nationale de France

- Institutional libraries and the book trade: the ILAB, present and future of a useful co-operation (Powerpoint + text)
Gonzalo Fernández Pontes, Security Chair, International League of Antiquarian booksellers ILAB

- 'The Leaking Library - 3 different scenarios'
Per Cullhed, Senior Conservator, Uppsala University Library

- RFID Implementation in the Vatican Library (Powerpoint + text)
Adalbert Roth, Head of Department of Printed Books, Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana

- Safe Heritage in The Netherlands
Hanna Pennock, Project Manager and Senior Specialist Safe Heritage at the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science

Reading Room Security - a Collaborative Approach:

- ‘Working Together’ - Intelligence led security in the cultural sector
Vernon Rapley, Head of Security and visitor Services, Victoria & Albert Museum

- Els Jacobs, Concluding remarks

See also: Report on the International Roundtable on Collection Security, 22 November 2012

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