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Following the success of the inaugural conference in Denver during February, 2019, Quaynote is delighted to announce the 2nd Annual Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM), taking place at Old Pasadena, L.A., on 4th March, 2020.

Tailored towards Security and C-Suite decision-makers, the conference aims to establish best ESRM practice amongst this important target audience and to discuss how gaps in the organizations` security processes can be identified and closed.

Designed as a platform for disseminating information and as a forum for discussion, the 2nd Annual Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) will further the discussion on “How can we make corporate security work better for the whole organization?”

Hosted by Parsons Corporation, who are also Gold Sponsors, at their conference facilities in the company`s Old Pasadena headquarters, the 2nd Annual Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) is staged by Quaynote Communications, specialist producers of international security conferences.

The 2nd Annual Enterprise Security Risk Management follows over a decade of ground-breaking productions by Quaynote Communications, including the Tackling Kidnapping, Travel Risk and the Duty of Care series of conferences staged in the U.K., Miami, Las Vegas, Houston, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles.

The conference will examine the shortfalls of current corporate strategies and ask how ESRM differs, with specific topics to be tackled including:
* Developing an ESRM culture from top to bottom
* Physical Security and ESRM
* Does ESRM require technology enablers
* ESRM and mobility risk management
* Intelligence led security and risk management
* ESRM approaches to school and workplace security and risk management
* Implementing ESRM: Metrics, success stories and maturity of ESRM

With ESRM affecting the broadest spectrum of sectors, from government, corporations and NGOs, to schools and universities, to entertainment and leisure, casinos and hotels, from oil & gas giants to technology companies and multinationals, the 2nd Annual Enterprise Security Risk Management is a must attend event for to Corporate Security Officers (CSOs), Risk Managers, CISOs, HR Directors, responders, solutions providers, lawyers and the entire C-suite.

To take maximum advantage of your time in Old Pasadena, L.A., why not stay for Business Continuity & Workplace Violence, taking place on 5th March, the day after The 2nd Annual Enterprise Security Risk Management. As a 2-module, 1 day conference, Business Continuity & Workplace Violence also takes place in the conference facilities at Parsons, who are the Platinum Sponsor for this event.

To register your delegate places REGISTER HERE

For more information about sponsorship, exhibition and speaking opportunities, please contact us:

Lorna Titley, Director
T: 1 604 9966937
lorna@quaynote.ca

Alison Singhal, Director
T: 44 (0) 203 560 8154
alison@quaynote.com

08.00Refreshments and registration
Session One: Welcome to the conference
CHAIRED BY: Toby Houchens, Founder / CEO, Alpha Recon
09.00Conference Organiser’s opening remarks
09.05Conference Chairman’s welcome to the conference
Session Two: Developing an ESRM culture from top to bottom
09.30Panel Discussion:  Integrating ESRM Culture
*Where does security intersect with risk management? A discussion with successful security and risk professionals and how they increasingly work together.
* What challenges remain?
*How much overlap is there?
*How is the culture evolving?
Moderated by: Erik Rasmussen, CISSP, QSA, Principal, Head of Cybersecurity and Risk Management Solutions, Grobstein Teeple
Panelists to include:
Tim, Wenzel, Program Manager, Special Projects, Privacy Protection | Privacy Risk Management, Facebook
Jason Mefford, Mefford Associates
Rachael Frost, Master Investigator (ret.), Chief Executive Officer
Frost ICED/Investigation, Consultation, Education & Development
Session Three: Physical Security and ESRM
10.20Presentation:
Jon Harris, CPP, PSP, Senior Consultant, Guidepost Solutions LLC
10.45Questions
10.55Refreshments
Session Four: Does ESRM require technology enablers
11.25Panel: What are some of the recent advancements and innovations?
*How has big data, machine learning, and AI enabled and impacted the implementation of ESRM?
*What are considerations of choosing technology?
*How are different sensors being integrated?
*The Risks of automation & AI
Moderated by: Toby Houchens, Founder / CEO, Alpha Recon
Panelists to include:
Glenn W. Sandford, CPP, Vice President, AT-RISK International
Jon Harris, Senior Consultant, CPP, PSP, Guidepost Solutions LLC
Session Five: ESRM & mobility risk management
12.00Panel: Where do risk professionals have gaps in threat coverage and monitoring with respect to travel, logistics, supply, and transport?
*How can ESRM add value and help organization better understand the impacts and help with resiliency?
*Mental Health in Business Travel, Hotel Safety, LGBTQ travel safety, Female travel safety
Moderated by:
Erik Rasmussen, CISSP, QSA, Principal, Head of Cybersecurity and Risk Management Solutions, Grobstein Teeple
Panelists:
Kate Colberg, Constellis
Jason Mefford, Mefford Associates
Henry Wilkinson, Head of Intelligence & Analysis, Risk Advisory (confirmed)
Ken Klothe, Trident Star Global
13.00Lunch
Session Six: Intelligence led security and risk management
14.00Presentation: How are risk models, analytics, and threat assessments converging?
*How can intelligence provide more proactive and strategic management for security and risk management programs.
*What analytics and risk models are most valuable today?
* Applying intelligence to drive evacuation, personnel recovery and close protection plans
* Examples from recent projects in Tehran and Afghanistan
Ken Klothe, Trident Star Global
14.20Questions
Session Seven: ESRM approaches to school and workplace security and risk management
14.40Presentation: Why are schools still using traditional security techniques?
*Despite unprecedented funding, why are there still mass shootings, high suicides, crime, and rampant drug use?
*How can implementing a more holistic and comprehensive risk management approach change the outcomes and reduce exposure?
Toby Houchens, Founder / CEO, Alpha Recon
15.05Questions
15.15Refreshments & Exhibition
Session Eight: Implementing ESRM: Metrics, success stories, and maturity of ESRM
*Risk professionals, security professionals and consultants discuss specific strategies and metrics, models, and methods for setting up ESRM programs. This session will cover strategies for making the case for ESRM to senior leadership and stakeholders.
15.45Case Study Presentation: How a corporate security department uses ESRM
* how ESRM principles have been incorporated into Louis Berger’s corporate security program as the company navigates a major change
T. Lee Humphrey, Global Security Advisor, Corporate Security Department, WSP
16.10Table-top exercise: an ESRM expert that walks the three practitioners through a series of questions and a group interview that seeks to articulate the steps and ideas involved with thinking through a ESRM program
Rachael Frost, Master Investigator (ret.), Chief Executive Officer
Frost ICED/Investigation, Consultation, Education & Development
17.00Questions & Discussion
17.25Chair`s closing remarks
17.30End of Conference

Toby Houchens

Founder / CEO, Alpha Recon

Erik Rasmussen, CISSP, QSA

Principal, Head of Cybersecurity and Risk Management Solutions, Grobstein Teeple

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Tim Wenzel

Program Manager, Special Projects, Privacy Protection | Privacy Risk Management, Facebook

Jason Mefford

Mefford Associates

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Jon Harris

CPP, PSP, Senior Consultant, Guidepost Solutions LLC

Rachael Frost

Chief Executive Officer Frost ICED/Investigation, Consultation, Education & Development

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Glenn W. Sandford CPP

Vice President, AT-RISK International Americas

Kate Colberg

Constellis

Henry Wilkinson

Head of Intelligence & Analysis, Risk Advisory

Ken Klothe

Trident Star Global

T. Lee Humphrey

Global Security Advisor, Corporate Security Department, WSP

Parsons Conference Facility
100 West Walnut Street,
Pasadena, California
91124, USA

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100 West Walnut Street, Pasadena, California 91124, USA