Examining the future state of risk and security
In a complex global environment
The threat and risk environment is dynamic. Technology is evolving faster than our ability to understand, manage, or consume it. The supplier and services ecosystem seems ill-prepared to provide cost effective and viable solution options. Change is a constant, which means we need leadership, leading edge innovation, and practical execution.
As a leader in the security vendor ecosystem, you rarely have a chance to network with senior risk, resilience and security leaders to understand their front of mind issues, challenges and innovations. The Executive Summit Series is that opportunity to build relationships that are strategic for your organization.
The Executive Summit on November 18, 2019 is designed for leaders in the governance, risk, compliance, resiliency, intelligence, cyber and security markets. We will provide insights into the lessons learned and, in some cases, challenge current best practices and norms.
The Summit will be held at The Boeing Facility in Crystal City, Virginia.
This Executive Summit Series is the premiere kick-off event for OSAC week in Washington D.C. The U.S. State Department’s Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) annual briefing draws over 1200 security professionals to the city . OSAC was created in 1985 under the Federal Advisory Committee Act to promote security cooperation between American private sector interests worldwide and the U.S. Department of State. Senior security executives from across the country will be invited to share their front of mind issues that are challenging their programs and enterprises; exchange ideas on creative risk mitigation solutions, and collaboratively share knowledge between among peers.
Sponsor partner funds cover the cost of the design, sourcing of content and speakers and the logistics of the Summit. A portion of the fees will be set aside for scholarships and to help fund the International Security Foundation which supports the Overseas Security Advisory Council of the U.S. State Department and the Domestic Security Partnership Foundation which supports the Domestic Security Alliance led by the FBI and DHS.
Registration is limited and subject to approval.