As enterprises face increasingly dynamic risks to their business—including attacks that can entail physical, technological, and especially operational impacts—a common question posed by many organizations is, “How do I know whether I have an effective security program in place?”
Too many enterprises equate compliance programs with effective security, resulting in investments and decisions that leave the enterprise vulnerable to attack and related liability. In a physical security context, terrorist organizations have demonstrated an enduring capacity to continue to radicalize a diverse set of actors. Likewise, recent cyber-attacks (while not terrorism-related) have resulted in significant operational disruptions costing individual businesses as much as $300 million and crippling business operations for weeks.
Join us for Leveraging the SAFETY Act—Building an Effective Security Program to understand the changing nature of enterprise security risks, SAFETY Act implications and how a proven risk management approach can help your enterprise build and maintain an effective risk management program.
Adam Isles, Principal, The Chertoff Group
Adam Isles is a principal at TCG, where he helps clients build security programs. A security expert with more than 20 years of experience, Isles has managed security services engagements for clients in a number of industries, including financial services, utility, transportation, retail, and technology sectors. Projects have included security risk assessments, market entry security assessments, M&A cyber due diligence reviews, security strategy development, organizational reviews, insider threat program development, exercises, senior management training, penetration test risk overlays, and security audits.
Prior to joining TCG, Isles worked at Raytheon Company where he was the director of strategy and policy consulting for homeland security. Previously, Isles served as the deputy chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) where he worked daily with the DHS secretary to coordinate department-wide operations. Before joining DHS, Isles served at the U.S. Department of Justice, where he started his legal career as a trial attorney in the criminal division in 1997. He holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor of Arts in history from Yale University.
• Discover the vulnerability of compliance-focused security programs
• Understand the SAFETY Act and how it applies to security risk management
• Utilize our approach for building and maintaining an effective security program
Please note, this is a non-CLE webinar.
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