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Active threat/crisis management

Wednesday
June 22
8:00 am9:00 am
CIS Security Solutions Theatre
Reading the signals and managing through the mess are tenets of crisis management. Whether you find yourself in the middle of an active shooter attack, confronting a difficult interview subject, or managing tense workplace dynamics, the need for mental resiliency is imperative. How can leaders survive, thrive, and cultivate resilience? Evy will share her strategy. 
Wednesday
June 22
9:15 am10:15 am
Room 25B

Join a panel of executives from different verticals as they reflect on over two years of learnings regarding  COVID, civil unrest, leadership and cybersecurity issues. They will share how they adapted to meet changing times and shifting priorities, and share some thoughts on the current landscape including ORC,labor concerns and uneasiness around the upcoming elections. The discussion will then transition to explore the key areas to keep watching  as the nation moves forward.

Wednesday
June 22
10:00 am10:30 am
Room 26C

Within this rapidly evolving landscape, Dr. Mark H. Beaudry will present the ten key trends that will shape how organizations should think about the year ahead.

Wednesday
June 22
2:30 pm3:15 pm
Room 26A

Retail and other consumer companies face a broad and ongoing set of direct cyber threats. Including new cyberfraud tactics by Russian cybercrime groups, digital skimming, account takeover operations, and point-of-sale malware. They are also increasingly vulnerable to general cyber threats (ransomware, business email compromise) and third-party incidents and breaches. This expert panel will highlight the global retail threat landscape and provide guidance on future threats  that retailers need to prepare for.

Thursday
June 23
10:00 am10:30 am
Room 26C

In this session, speakers from K2 Integrity will discuss:

  • The scope of the threat posed by organized retail crime (ORC)
  • Emerging trends with respect to ORC tactics for theft and facilitation
  • The linkages to other types of organized crime
Thursday
June 23
10:00 am10:30 am
Room 26A
Think you can go it alone? Think again. When a cyber incident occurs it’s imperative that companies engage effectively with law enforcement.  Cyber investigations ripple across an enterprise with legal, business, and reputational implications. Erin Joe, former senior executive over cyber operations at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, will provide a crash course on the importance of partnering with law enforcement on everything from ensuring a proper investigation to preserving evidence and assisting executives in dealing with regulators.
Thursday
June 23
3:15 pm4:00 pm
CIS Security Solutions Theatre

Bill Evanina, former Director of the U.S. National Counterintelligence and Security Center and head of Counterintelligence for the U.S. Government is adept at juggling high-stakes threats to business. With a finger on the pulse of global pressures, Evanina will share his perspective on the stresses retail loss prevention and cybersecurity executives are facing and offer some practical advice for those on the front lines.