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ASIS CSO Roundtable Fifith Annual Spring Conference

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4/25/12 9:00 am EST
Jacob K. Javits Convention Center
New York, NY
United States
Contact: Manuela Costa

In business, the only constant is change. To sustain and thrive, organizations must embrace change. What is the role of the security executive in managing change and the associated risks? How will the security practice within an organization be affected by change? What knowledge and skill sets are required to effectively lead and manage security today... and tomorrow? Gain firsthand insight into the changing culture of business from respected multinational CSOs as well as from experts from the Wharton School of Business at the CSO Roundtable's Fifth Annual Spring Conference, to be held at the 22nd New York City Conference and Expo. CSO Roundtable members, as well as senior security executives who are eligible for membership, are invited to participate in this conference. Session Topics

  • Why CSOs Should Build a Disruptive Vision
  • Protecting Data from Advanced Persistent Threats
  • Hands on Crisis Management: Guided Exercises for the CSO
  • Protestors at the Door: Corporate Responsibility in the Era of Protest
  • Managing Reputational Risk, from Social Media to Social Unrest
  • Security Across the Enterprise: Working Effectively with Every Business Unit
  • From Security Executive to Corporate Leader: The Future of the CSO
  • Expat Exits and Reentries: Out of Danger Zones and Back to Work

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