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The CSO is the Steward of Corporate Security: Does the Company See Your Big Picture?

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Security Management magazine is excited to present a discussion with William J. Bratton, former NYPD Commissioner and current Executive Chairman for Teneo Risk for a fast-paced and interactive webcast that directly addresses an essential leadership challenge facing security professionals.

More recently, the C-Suite has been focused on strategies that prevent, mitigate, and manage security threats. But security is still often viewed as a cost or ‘bottleneck’ to doing business.  As a result, security initiatives can sometimes be deprioritized, underfunded or miscommunicated, which only challenges the risk posture of an organization.  A key part of overcoming this dilemma is ensuring that the investments in security and the corresponding benefits resonate with executive leadership in terms of value-add, return on investment and protection of people and assets. Bratton has demonstrated how a culture of communication and results-oriented risk management makes organizations and municipalities alike safer, more effective, and more resilient.

Carolyn Parent is CEO of LiveSafe and a leader in the risk intelligence technology sector. She will join this dialogue to speak to the emerging role of technological innovation in equipping a broad-based proactive culture of security.

Key learning objectives for this session include:

  • Debunking misconceptions of security within your organization
  • Recasting corporate security as a strategic role and value driver
  • Elevating the value your employees and stakeholders ascribe to security
  • Building a prevention mindset
  • Predictions about the future of corporate security

Presented by:

William J. Bratton
Executive Chairman
Teneo Risk

William J. Bratton is one of the world’s most respected and trusted experts on security and risk issues. During a 46-year career in law enforcement, he instituted progressive change while leading six police departments, including seven years as Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department and two nonconsecutive terms as the Police Commissioner of the City of New York. He is the only person ever to lead the police agencies of America’s two largest cities.

Pat Timlin
Chief Executive Officer

Pat Timlin serves as Chief Executive Officer of SilverSEAL Corporation, a premier global security and investigations company based in New York and London. In this role he oversees the management and long-term growth of all three divisions of SilverSEAL Corporation: SEAL Security, SEAL Security UK, and SEAL Integrated Systems. Mr. Timlin specializes in high consequence threat prevention, drawing upon his experience in corporate security program development, organizational management, complex investigations, business continuity, and law enforcement.

Carolyn Parent
CEO and President

Carolyn Parent is CEO and President of LiveSafe. She drives business growth by bringing innovation and entrepreneurial disciplines to new models for taking on some of the most difficult problems that organizations face. She is a leader in building digital and mobile communications data solution for organizations, with more than 20 years’ experience as a successful entrepreneur, sales leader and team builder for small, mid-cap and Fortune 500 private and public companies.

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