06.23.2022 12:00 PMACP International Webinar401 Hits
Thursday, June 23, 2022
1:00 PM Eastern | 12:00 PM Central | 11:00 AM Mountain | 10:00 AM Pacific
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Organizations are being forced to adapt to the complexity of the current risk landscape at a rapid pace. While you’re focused on preparing for and managing one crisis, another is almost always lurking in the shadows. Over the last few years, we’ve learned that critical events can impact multiple departments within an organization, yet managing these risks is still being done in silos. A single threat can impact cyber and physical security, compliance and even human resources departments. Organizations need to reorganize their processes, workflow and structure to achieve organizational resilience. This is shift is expanding the traditional role of the business continuity leader and giving way to the introduction of the Chief Resilience Officer. Join Matt Bradley, VP of Global Security Solutions at OnSolve as he reviews the impact of dynamic risk on organizations and exactly how the roles of the business continuity professional and chief resilience officer are evolving and developing.
About the Presenter:
Vice President, Global Security Solutions
A veteran security operations expert for more than two decades, Matt Bradley has deep, first-hand knowledge of security operations management, as well as an understanding of the critical challenges facing organizations in the future. Most recently, Bradley served as Regional Security Director for the Americas at International SOS, where he led the security services business and advised key executives on risk management solutions. Prior to International SOS, Bradley worked in Honduras as the Security Director for Tigo Honduras where he handled all matters relating to physical security; health, safety and environment; crisis management; and fraud investigation. He was also a General Manager for I Solution Security, where he advised on security matters for the Honduran President, Minister of Security, and Minister of National Emergency Commission. Previously, Bradley had a distinguished 14-year career with the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).