Enhancing Duty of Care with Location Intelligence

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Learn how to protect your company's employees whenever and wherever they operate in a business capacity.

Duty of Care establishes a guiding principle, highlighting the responsibility of a business to protect its employees whenever and wherever they are operating in a business capacity. This poses a unique challenge for security and risk managing professionals, who must proactively address global, regional, and localized threats for remote and traveling employees. As with nearly every challenge in the security space, new policies aimed at enhancing Duty of Care must address how businesses can proactively enhance their security and resilience, while minimizing disruptions that impact their organization's growth.

In this webinar, participants will learn:

  • How telecommuting employees, employee travel, and new facility management techniques affect an organization's Duty of Care.
  • Best practices in applying location intelligence to new and existing security and risk management strategies.
  • The value that location-enhanced Duty of Care brings to an organization.

Presenter

Alexander Martonik manages Esri's strategic initiatives around risk management ? overseeing go-to-market strategies for corporate security and insurance exposure management. Since 2015, Alexander has worked alongside Esri's users from both governmental and commercial entities, using location intelligence to unite disparate streams of data and uncover previously unseen risks to these organizations. Alexander was the first student to graduate with distinction from California State University San Bernardino's graduate program in national cyber security studies, with dual certificates in geographic information systems (GIS) and intelligence methodology. During this period, Alexander studied the principles of human geography, military strategy, international relations, and counterterrorism. Alexander takes a personal interest in applying GIS to the cyber domain and human geography to better understand how to mitigate the effects of non-state sponsored violence against civilian populations.

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