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CSO Roundtable Events at ASIS 2014

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A Recap of the Schedule of CSO Roundtable Events

The CSO Roundtable facilitated a series of education programs and networking events for CSO members and prospects in conjunction with ASIS 2014 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, 29 September-2 October.

Monday, 29 September

Monday 29 September | 9:00-11:30
National Security Task Force Panel Session. Governor Tom Ridge, chair of the US Chamber of Commerce's National Security Task Force, will lead a discussion between members of the Task Force and the CSO Roundtable. Private session for CSO Roundtable members.

Monday 29 September | 1:45-3:00 p.m.
Focus group session (competency model)

 


 

 

Tuesday, 30 September

Tuesday 30 September | 9:30 [Room A-310]
VIP Photos with Jon Huntsman

Tuesday 30 September | 10:30-11:00 a.m.
Distinguished Speaker Series: Jon Huntsman, Jr.
Private session for CSO Roundtable members.

Tuesday 30 September | 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 
Supply Chain Security 2.0: Entering the Globalized Stage.

Natural disasters, adverse weather conditions, political unrest, cargo theft—all of these can cause disruptions in the supply chain. At the Davos CEO Summit in 2012, a startling 93 percent of the leaders of the world’s top companies said that they were unprepared for supply-chain disruptions. As companies continue to invest in and source from far-flung corners of the world, being adequately prepared and being armed with the knowledge of where the greatest risks lie have never before been this important. With complex supply chains becoming the norm, it becomes even more essential to create a resilient supply chain that not only reduces risks but also anticipates, rapidly adjusts, recovers and even capitalizes on unanticipated disruptions.

To this end, global enterprises need to have the transparency to react quickly and efficiently in case of a disruptive event and make use of new decision tools for supply chain risk assessment, monitoring and modeling. This session will look at how businesses can support the growing need for resilient supply chains, explore the evolving role of security experts as a result of this need and examine the tools & functionalities required to create this resiliency.

Speakers: Frank Ewald, CPP, Vice President, Corporate Security Deutsche Post DHL; Tobias Larsson, Director/Head of Resilience 360, DHL Customer Solutions & Innovation

Moderator: TBT

Tuesday 30 September | 1:45 – 3:00 p.m.
OSAC Executive Director on Emerging Threats

Speaker: Steve Brunette, Executive Director, OSAC

Tuesday 30 September | 1:45 – 3:00 p.m. [sponsored, session 3205] Leveraging Security Metrics to Demonstrate Efficiencies and ROI Security professionals identify problems, determine priorities, achieve savings, increase productivity, and highlight value by using metrics. Identifying and assessing metrics, and ensuring they are tailored to the organization’s needs, has traditionally been difficult. But the Security Metrics Evaluation Tool, developed through research conducted by the ASIS Foundation, the Defense and Intelligence Council, and the CSO Roundtable’s Leadership and Development Committee, makes it simple to assess metrics. Bring examples of your own security metrics to this session and learn how to use the tool. 

Moderator: Richard S. Weaver, Chief Security Officer & Head, Security Services Department, Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

Panelists: Dan McGarvey, Director, Security Programs, Global Skills X-change; Peter Ohlhausen, President, Ohlhausen Research, Inc.;

Tuesday 30 September | 4:00-5:30 p.m.
Wharton Mixer. If you’re interested in learning more about the Wharton/ASIS Program for Security Executives and the difference it can make in your career, don’t miss this CSO Roundtable-sponsored reception. Network with alumni who will provide highlights about the program, and learn more about the exciting changes planned for this VIP program.


Wednesday, 1 October

Wednesday 1 October | 9:30 [Room A-310]
VIP Photos with Colin Powell

Wednesday 1 October | 10:30-11:00 a.m.
Distinguished Speaker Series: General Colin L. Powell
Private session for CSO Roundtable members.

Wednesday 1 October | 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Security Executives as Business Leaders. Does the C-suite understand the value that the security department provides to the organization? Security executives need to create a security strategy that is driven by risk, and provide the corporate leadership team with a clear value proposition of the security department. In these presentations, senior security executives will discuss how to create a risk-driven approach, and provide some strategies for proving security’s value to the C-suite.

Confirmed Panelists:
Moderator: Dr. Martin Gill, Director, PRCI Ltd.

John McClurg, Vice President and CSO, Dell Global Security

Martin Barye-Garcia, Regional Security Director Latin America, Mars Inc.

Malcolm Smith, CPP, Group Security & Safety Services, Nedbank

Antonio Gaona, Head of Global Security, Cemex [invited]

Tim Gorman, Division Vice President, Loss Prevention, Asset Protection, Business Continuity and Safety, Walgreen Company

Kathy Pearson, Wharton Academic Director [invited]

Wednesday 1 October | 1:45 – 2:45 p.m. [sponsored, session 4204] Revisions to the Chief Security Officer Standard Advance Personal and Organizational Success

Organizations of all sizes are integrating security management roles/functions into their structure, either at the senior executive level, or in ways best suited for their size and culture. Attendees will gain insight into the competencies and skills needed to be successful in this role.  Organizations looking to hire such professionals can utilize the revised standard to better define their needs for such a position.

Panelists:  Michael Bouchard, CPP, CSO, Sterling Global Operations; Charles Baley, CSO, Farmers Group, Inc. 

Martin Gill mini-sessions: in the CSO Roundtable business lounge [rsvp goes to him and he schedules his own one-on-one meetings]

What else do you get from good security, beyond just good security? In both corporate security departments and amongst security suppliers, there has been a very narrow focus on the benefits from services provided, in fact most often that focus has been on security benefits.

But in fact there are a wide range of benefits that you get from a good corporate security function compared to a bad, and a good security supplier compared to a poor one. In this project we will catalogue both security benefits but also non security ones. For the first time ever we will be able to discuss the true value of security from an entirely new evidence base.

Please send all RSVPs to m.gill@perpetuityresearch.com  

Wednesday 1 October | 1:45-3:00 p.m.
Focus group session (competency model)

    


Thursday, 2 October

Thursday 2 October | 9:30-10:30 a.m.
General Session: Perspectives on Security
Security Executives and the Fight against Corruption

The top 10 Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement actions, from 2008 through early 2014, have resulted in settlements of nearly $4 billion. These settlements can ravage stock prices, executive tenure, and employee morale. And that’s without considering the cost of litigation. Add to this the threat of prosecutions from both the FCPA and the UK Bribery Act (UKBA) as well as the effect on the corporate reputation, and it is easy to see why some companies are beginning to rethink markets where corruption is perceived as rife.

This session will examine how corporate security professionals can keep organizations out of danger of litigation and exorbitant fines, how security is the first line in the defense of an organization’s reputation, and how FCPA and UKBA are being enforced.

Moderator: Frank Ewald, CPP, Vice President, Corporate Security, Deutsche Post DHL
Panelists: Michael Bouchard, CPP, Chief Security Officer, Sterling Global Operations, Inc.; 
Michael Scher, Contributing Editor, FCPA Blog; Sulaksh Shah, CPA, CFE, CFF, Director, Forensics Services, PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP; Robert Weronik, CPP, Senior Director, Global Security, Alexion Pharmaceuticals