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Risk Management Basics for Off-site Events

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07 December 2016
14:00 - 15:00

Produced by: Security Management

Executive off-site events, corporate meetings and industry conferences are high-profile investments for every type of organization. While such events present novel challenges for most organizational leaders, security professionals are uniquely charged with ensuring the same standard of risk management they ordinarily deliver in the headquarters environment. Safeguarding life safety, proprietary products and information, and the corporate brand are essential challenges that are posed in a wide variety of conditions. 

Risk vulnerability assessments associated with event venues, hotels, restaurants and extracurricular activities is critical in identifying appropriate risk mitigation measures.  The ability to respond quickly to an incident or event significantly impacts exposure to personnel and the organization.  What else must be examined?   

The online event presents methodology and activities designed in determining the risk profile of sponsored meetings and events and the development of associated risk mitigation measures.  The ever-changing threat environment in today’s world requires a comprehensive assessment of risk and effective planning and preparations for a rapid response with these key takeaways:

  1. What are the additional considerations for assessing the overall risk profile?

  2. What are your organization’s response capabilities?

  3. Development criteria for a best practice security plan.

  4. How effective internal and external communications mitigate risk. 

Bob Howell
Global Operations Incident Manager
iJET International

Bob Howell has a distinguished career in both US Government and corporate global operating environments spanning the last 30 plus years. As a security subject matter expert within the Global Operations Division, Bob assists clients with the implementation of people risk management programs, services and systems enabling organizations to operate globally with confidence. He provides invaluable experience in managing travel safety, physical, technical security, protective service and evacuation operations. Bob’s experience within the counterintelligence community provides operational knowledge of sophisticated criminal enterprises and global terrorism. During major iJET International response operations, he assumes the role of Global Operations Incident Manager, leading crisis surge management efforts for significant events such as major natural disasters, political situations, and acts of terrorism.

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