Alan Borntrager. Head of Global Security, Safety + Business Resilience, Red HatDownload Now!
Employees are not confined to static locations as they once were. In fact, according to the Global Business Travel Association, international business travel spend has doubled in the last 15 years and is projected to reach $1.6 trillion by 2020. Additionally, whether you call it telecommuting, distributed work, mobile work, remote work, smart working, or work shifting, the number of employees in alternate work environments is growing exponentially -- some statistics reflect more than 140% increase in less than 10 years. The World Economic Forum called flexible work, “one of the biggest drivers of transformation” in the workplace, while Gallop reported in 2017 that 43 percent of employed Americans said they spent at least some time working remotely.
- Risk and security challenges facing global enterprises
- How to help locate and protect employees during critical events
- Leveraging security strategies and technologies to help meet business objectives in frontier and emerging markets and other regions
- Other strategies for demonstrating security leadership and extending the value of your critical communications tools
About the speaker
Inherent in every organization’s brand is the promise to safeguard its people, information, and property. Alan Borntrager has built his career and reputation on keeping that promise by helping organizations properly assess risk, create security strategies, and educate employees, leaders, and teams. Alan leads Security at Red Hat. He brings 30 years military law enforcement, investigative, security and life safety experience in varied entities/corporations, cultures, geographies, and threat environments aiding in the possession of an international mindset. In 2014 Alan joined Red Hat as the Head of Global Security, Safety and Business Resilience with responsibilities for enterprise-wide security risk management and business resiliency matters. He previously held responsible charge positions as the Global Director of Security and Safety, Senior Program Manager of Security Services, Vice President of Security Services, Manager of Investigations and Non-Nuclear Physical Security, and Senior Consultant. His career spans many industries, several of which make up national critical infrastructure, including information technology, banking and financial services, and electric utilities. He also served with distinction in Iraq while in the U.S. Army Military Police Corps, 18th Airborne Corps, 16th MP Brigade. Alan received a Bachelor of Arts degree magna cum laude in Business Administration from NC Wesleyan. He is Board Certified in Security Management holding the designation of Certified Protection Professional (CPP) with ASIS International.