CSO Summit Virtual: A Forecast of Geopolitical Change and Security Risk? Key Threats and Implications for Leadership

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Learn about the current geopolitical factors affecting enterprise risk. This session is exclusive to CSO Center Members

As CSOs, we find ourselves leading through volatility like never before. As the landscape evolves on a daily basis, so do the requirements of leadership and the demands of understanding the global environment. In this session, Jonathan Wood, Director at Control Risks, will tap into Control Risks' broad global reach to discuss geopolitical factors and threat vectors contributing to day-to-day decision making and enterprise risk. Following the presentation, a panel of CSOs discuss security's evolving role, key threats, and early lessons learned in this time of unprecedented challenge and change.

Only current CSO Center Members can register for this event.

Presenter:

Jonathan Wood
Director, Global Risk Analysis, Control Risks

Panelists:

Scott Lowther
Panel Moderator
Manager, Corporate Security & HSE
PetroChina Canada

Loye Manning, CPP
Corporate Security Officer
Atlantic Union Bank

Mark Landry, CPP
Senior Manager, Corporate Strategic Security
FedEx Freight

Bernard Galea
Senior VP Chief Security & Competitive Intelligence Officer
Danone

Thank you to Dataminr and Endera for sponsoring this event.

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