The Executive Summit Series is a new leadership program that brings together senior executives to foster stimulating discussions with thought leaders from the risk, resilience and security disciplines. Each summit will address the dynamic issues and changes affecting enterprises in today’s complex global environment.
In November, we will focus on a new business model for security that will challenge our current assumptions on how to design, manage, measure and budget a security program. We will refresh our current understanding of the global threat condition and its impact on our organizations. We will explore how future technology will impact how we deploy situational awareness and response, allowing us to begin to shape the future of our programs. And we will assemble a group of leaders to share transparently the good, the bad and the ugly. Given the threat, it’s time to get real...real fast.
Held at the The Boeing Company’s facility in Crystal City (Arlington, VA). Our academic partner is the Center of Cyber and Homeland Security at George Washington University. Our colleagues from OSAC, DSAC, ISMA, and ISF are invited. We have all the ingredients for an engaging, informative and actionable experience. This Summit is intended for CSOs, CISOs, CROs, their direct reports, and regional security directors. Registration subject to approval.
The producers of the Executive Summit Series have been engaged in the risk, resiliency, intelligence, cyber and security community for over 30 years. Both organizations have years of experience developing and presenting conferences and programs of the highest quality and relevance which consistently attract the top echelon of the private and public sectors.
Global meets local as our leaders look to world conditions influencing our organizations and our strategies in the mitigation of risk.
We will examine case studies of world-class security programs. And we will review the global intelligence that may inform and infuse our strategies.
Lessons from the Field
Tell me the truth. What really happened? And what did you do about it? Our CSO community weighs in to help you with the road ahead.