The CSO Roundtable, the world's premier organziation for senior-security professionals, is pleased to present "Social License to Operate" on Friday, March 14 at 9:00 a.m. This session is open to all attendees.
This is a joint CSO Roundtable/Security Management session; Teresa Anderson, Editor in Chief of Security Management, will be moderator.
“Social License to Operate” as a Risk-Management Tool Throughout the lifecycle of a project, the dynamics of the community in which the project is based can be catalysts for success—but they can also be vehicles for reputational risk. This session will discuss the effectiveness of social investment as a reputational and operational risk-mitigation tool, and examine how stakeholder participation and the sentiments of thought leaders in local communities can be revealed and understood.
Through case studies and open discussion, attendees will learn the key questions to help identify company-specific risk profiles and some of the tools that can aid in developing an understanding of their social license to operate.
Speaker: Dr. Nathalie Wlodarczyk, Senior Director of Consulting, IHS