Risk and Resilience Management in the Face of the Unexpected

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Virtual Roundtable

Tuesday, March 2nd, 16:00 EST
An exclusive online discussion for senior security leaders in the healthcare, technology, and retail sectors across the United States.

Risk and Resilience Management in the Face of the Unexpected

The past year’s unprecedented events have brought the concept of risk management to a whole new level. As they adapt to a revolutionized business landscape, companies worldwide are also keeping an eye out for future challenges. 

In the coming months, organizations are expected to continue to stand ready to face multiple threats and crises which can damage physical property, brand reputation and people. In light of the increased vulnerability to both digital and physical risk, relying on real-time threat detection becomes all the more important. By gaining instant insight into preventable risks, organizations can effectively respond to disruptions and quickly recover.

  • What is the impact of strategic risk management on business continuity?
  • How can the targeted use of AI support business resilience?
  • What technologies can enable the early detection and instant notification of threats?

Attended by:

Managing VP of Corporate Security at Gartner, Inc.
VP of Global Risk Management at Henry Schein, Inc.
VP of Quality & Patient Safety at Children’s Health
VP of Risk Management at Capital One
VP of Resilience & Recovery at AECOM
Head of Business Continuity at Microsoft
Director of Global Security Governance & Compliance at Equifax
Director of Information Security Risk at Eli Lilly and Company
Director of Safety & Security at Hilton 
Director of Security Architecture at Red Hat
Director of Global Business Resilience at VF Corporation

4:00 pm: Welcome by The Ortus Club and short address from Dataminr
4:15 pm: 
Discussion instigated by the moderator and continued by the group
5:15 pm: 
End of session

Hosted by Dataminr

Event Detail

Tuesday, March 2, 2021 16:00
United States

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