Project Description

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Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) will ask “How can we make corporate security work better for the whole organization?

This program awards 4.75 CPE points from ASIS for all those who attend the conference.

Sponsored by ASIS, Constellis, International SOS and Alpha Recon with RIMS as the Supporting Association, Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) will examine the shortfalls of current corporate strategies and ask how ESRM differs. Specific topics to be tackled will include:
*Defining ESRM: Moving towards holistic, data-centric security decisions
*Case-studies of Enterprise Security Risk Management in practice
*Key metrics and KPIs associated with ESRM
*Technology solutions for delivering ESRM
*Engaging the C-Suite

With ESRM affecting the broadest spectrum of sectors, from government, corporations and NGOs, to schools, casinos and hotels, from oil & gas giants to technology companies and multinationals, this one-day conference will address key issues of concern to Corporate Security Officers (CSOs), Risk Managers, HR Directors, responders, solutions providers, lawyers and the entire C-suite.

For further information including speaking and sponsorship opportunities please email lorna@quaynote.ca or phone 1 604 9966937

 

PROGRAM
08.00Refreshments and registration
Session One: Welcome to the conference
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: What is Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM)?
09.15Presentation: Defining ESRM
*Moving towards holistic, data-centric security decisions
*GRC and Integrated risk management
*Making sense of the different terms used
Tim Wenzel, Program Manager, Special Projects, Privacy Protection, IP Risk Management
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09.35Questions
09.40Panel Discussion: What are the shortfalls of current corporate strategies and how
does ESRM differ?
Moderated by: Tim Wenzel, Program Manager, Special Projects, Privacy Protection, IP Risk Management
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Panellists:
Matthew Jordan, CPP, MBA, Corporate Security Director, Parsons
David Bogo,
Manager of Physical Security and Business Continuity, Cooley
Aristides Contreras Fernandez, Executive President, COLADCA (Latin American Community of Consultants and Advisers in Risk Management and Security)
Ben Mones, CEO & Founder, Fama
10.25Refreshments
Session Three: Engaging the C-level effectively: implementing the nuances of ESRM
10.55Presentation: The nuances of ESRM
Michael Gips, CPP, CSyP, CAE, Chief Global Knowledge & Learning Officer, ASIS International
11.15Questions
11.20Panel: How can we demonstrate the benefits needed to ensure C-Suite buy-in for ESRM?
*how to work with the C-level effectively to implement ESRM
Moderated by: Megan Moloney, FBI
Panelists to include:
Michael Gips, CPP, CSyP, CAE, Chief Global Knowledge & Learning Officer, ASIS International
T. Lee Humphrey, Global Security Advisor, Corporate Security Department, Louis Berger
Mark Kendall Moore, Corporate Director, Public Safety & Security, Dayton Children`s Hospital
Cynthia Wright, Cyber Strategy and Policy Principal, The MITRE Corporation
Session Four: Key metrics and KPIs associated with ESRM
12.05What are the key metrics and KPIs associated with ESRM
*why has it been challenging to measure success in the past?
Moderator: Toby Houchens, Founder / CEO, Alpha Recon
Panellists:
Jeffrey A. Slotnick CPP, PSP, President,
Setracon Enterprise Security Risk Management Services
Ben Mones, CEO & Founder, Fama
Jon Harris, CPP, PSP – A&E Consultant Program Manager – East Region LenelS2
Joel Dubow, PhD, CISSP, Cyber Team Leader, Fulcrum IT Services
Session Five: Pre-lunch Address
12.50Lunch Sponsor’s Address
*Business Continuity
Mark Allison, Vice President, Crisis & Risk Services, Constellis
13.00Lunch
Session Six: ESRM and global health security incidents
14.00Presentation: How global health security incidents impact enterprise risk and planning for these threats
* An important part of your enterprise security risk management solution.
Dr. Myles Druckman, International SOS
14.30Questions
Session Seven: Technology solutions for delivering ESRM
14.45Panel Discussion: Users compare their experiences using ESRM software
*Assessing existing technology innovations and enablers for ESRM
*Tools to analyse data and IT networks post-compromise
Moderator: Joel Dubow, PhD, CISSP, Cyber Team Leader, Fulcrum IT Services
Panellists: Larry Mendosa, CEO, Iron Horse Consulting
Jon Harris, CPP, PSP – A&E Consultant Program Manager – East Region, LenelS2
Jeffrey A. Slotnick CPP, PSP, President, Setracon Enterprise Security Risk Management Services
Professor George Collins, State University of Colorado
Toby Houchens, Founder / CEO, Alpha Recon
15.30Refreshments & Exhibition
Session Eight: Enterprise Security Risk Management in practice
15.55The scope and types of industries/organizations that can benefit from ESRM.
*How do these organisations benefit?
*Case-study
Luis Alonso Gonzales Suarez, Global Corporate Security Director, CEMEX
16.15Questions
Session Nine: Crisis response
16.25How to keep your team together when all around is chaos
Moderated by: Mark Kendall Moore, Corporate Director, Public Safety & Security, Dayton Children`s Hospital to include:
Panellists:
Gary Grappo, retired U.S. Ambassador
Matthew Jordan, CPP, MBA, Corporate Security Director, Parsons
Carter Boardman, Vice President – Contracts and Risk Management, Merrick
Scott Platzer, Constellis
17.25Chair`s closing remarks
17.30Informal Drinks reception

Toby Houchens

Founder / CEO, Alpha Recon

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Tim Wenzel

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

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Matthew Jordan CPP MBA

Corporate Security Director, Parsons

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Cynthia Wright

Cyber Strategy and Policy Principal, The MITRE Corporation

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David Bogo

Manager of Physical Security and Business Continuity, Cooley

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Aristides Contreras Fernandez

Executive President, COLADCA (Latin American Community of Consultants and Advisers in Risk Management and Security)

Michael Gips CPP CSyP CAE

Chief Global Knowledge & Learning Officer, ASIS International

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Megan Moloney

FBI

T Lee Humphrey

Global Security Advisor, Corporate Security Department, Louis Berger

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Mark Kendall Moore

Corporate Director, Public Safety & Security, Dayton Children`s Hospital

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Jeffrey A Slotnick CPP PSP

President, Setracon Enterprise Security Risk Management Services

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Ben Mones

CEO & Founder, Fama

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Mark Allison

Vice President, Crisis & Risk Services, Constellis

Dr Myles Druckman

International SOS

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Joel Dubow PhD CISSP

Cyber Team Leader, Fulcrum IT Services

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Larry Mendosa

CEO, Iron Horse Consulting

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Jon Harris CPP PSP

A&E Consultant Program Manager - East Region LenelS2

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Professor George Collins

State University of Colorado

Luis Alonso Gonzales Suarez

Global Corporate Security Director, CEMEX

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Victor Gamra CISSP CISM PCIP

CEO Fortifydata

Gary Grappo

retired U.S. Ambassador

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Carter Boardman

Vice President-Contracts and Risk Management, Merrick

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Scott Platzer

Constellis

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Group Rate For Delegates at the Magnolia Hotel

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