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This webinar will examine methods, policy, technologies and strategies to make real-time data work for your security environment.
- Incorporating risk intelligence will unearth potential hazards for businesses from all industry sectors
- How to assess everything from cyber risks to financial risks, supply chain failure, extreme weather events, or customer dissatisfaction.
- Beyond mere information gathering, risk intelligence is a form of actionable intelligence.
- Ensuring the right information gets to the right stakeholders to make the right decisions at just the right time.
- How creditable risk intelligence can help build an organization’s security posture
Risk intelligence is defined as the solution that helps businesses regularly identify and avoid or manage the impact and duration of stakeholder risk incidents. It is carried out continuously and in a verifiable manner. With risk intelligence, organizations can gain visibility into necessary information that will help them identify, quantify and manage their risks.Our expert panel will discuss how defining risk and having actionable intelligence can provide a proactive security environment for your organization.
President and Founder
National Economic Security Alliance (NESA).
Lynn Mattice -- is President and founder of the National Economic Security Grid (NESG). The NESG is a non-partisan grassroots-based non-profit initiative that is a resource to metropolitan area public and private sector entities and is dedicated to educating public and private sector enterprises relative to the broad range of risks, threats and hazards they face.
He is also Managing Director of Mattice & Associates, a management consulting firm specializing in conducting enterprise risk assessments, implementing IP and brand protection measures and establishing broad-based risk intelligence programs. Mattice has a strong track record as a senior executive for three major U.S.-based global corporations (Northrop Corporation, Whirlpool Corporation and Boston Scientific) and one mid-cap company (Wescom, Inc.) in dramatically different business sectors. His experience base traverses the defense & intelligence, electronics, life sciences, consumer products and service industries.
Mattice has been certified as an Expert Witness at both the Federal and State Court levels. He is also board certified in the disciplines of risk and information system controls. Mattice is a past Chairman of the Board of Directors for the National Intellectual Property Law Institute (NIPLI) in Washington, D.C., where he remains Chairman Emeritus and counselor to the President of the Institute. Mattice also served as an industry advisor to the U.S. Intelligence Communities National Counterintelligence Center and as a member of the U.S. State Department’s Overseas Security Advisory Council. He was one of eleven industry representatives appointed to a joint government and industry task force established by Presidential Directive under President George H.W. Bush’s administration, which focused on developing a new National Industrial Security Program (NISP).
Jeffrey A. Slotnick, CPP, PSP
President, Setracon ESRMS
Chair, Board of Advisors Robotic Assistance Devices
Community Vice President, ASIS International Founder Safe Washington
United States Army Engineer Corp, CSM Retired
Mr. Jeffrey A. Slotnick, CPP, PSP, is an internationally known Enterprise Security Risk Consultant with over 28 years of experience. Jeff is peer-recognized as a “Thought Leader and Change Agent. He focuses on all Enterprise Security Risk Management facets, including quality management programs, risk, vulnerability, threat assessments, Emergency Response Planning, Business Continuity Planning, and Physical Security System Master Planning, Design, and Integration. As a curriculum developer and master trainer, Jeff advocates for quality professional development and training of security, law enforcement, and military personnel. He is a member of the North American Board for ASIS International, a Faculty Advisor for the University of Phoenix Bachelor of Science in Cyber Security and Security Management Degree Program, and a recently retired 20-year Reserve Law Enforcement Officer for Centralia, Washington.
Vice President, Value Engineering
Chris Hurst is OnSolve Vice President of Value Engineering, where he is responsible for ensuring OnSolve's technology portfolio continues to anticipate and mitigate dynamic risks and help customers strengthen organizational resilience and remain agile in a world where crises happen every day. Prior to his current role, Chris co-founded a risk intelligence company using machine learning to detect risks to operations and people with greater speed and relevance. Chris is a former Director of Enterprise Risk Management with Mercy Corps, Army Diver and Project Manager for large infrastructure projects with extensive experience in Iraq and Afghanistan. Chris holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from West Point, an MBA from Harvard and an MPA/ID from Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Moderator: Steve Lasky