After surviving the pandemic and moving to a hybrid/remote work model, you may be feeling more confident in your operational resilience. Yet companies are increasingly exposed to threats such as extreme weather, military conflicts/civil unrest, supply chain issues and cyber disruptions. Now, organizations must tackle critical events with a remote or hybrid workforce that has been reshuffled and stretched thin.
Watch this conversational panel via on-demand webinar to hear resilience experts discuss how leading companies are addressing this challenge by:
Building a culture of resilience with employees as the first line of defense
Using dynamic data over static documents to adapt to developing world events and regulations
Decreasing friction while managing disruptive events, increasing efficiency, and reducing vulnerabilities
About the speakers
Damian Walch, Managing Director, Deloitte & Touche
Damian, a Risk & Financial Advisory managing director at Deloitte & Touche LLP and the Business Resilience leader for the Crisis & Resilience practice of Deloitte
Risk & Financial Advisory.
As a resilience leader for more than 25 years, he has assisted companies in reducing the financial and reputational impacts associated with business disruptions and disasters.
He was named a “Top 25 Consultant” by Consulting Magazine in 2003 and has spoken at leading resilience conferences, as well as authored more than 50 articles on risk and resilience-related topics.
Jeremy Capell, Chief Information Security Officer, Everbridge
Jeremy has always had a passion for helping organizations, governments, and people through crises.
He began his career in resilience consulting in South Africa during the post-apartheid era, a period which saw the emergence of novel resilience and security threats affecting African businesses that ranged from physical to virtual attacks.
Jeremy has created security and resilience consulting methodologies for several large consulting houses and has delivered innovative security solutions to thousands of managed security clients across the globe.
Jeremy has been recognized as an acclaimed international leader in the cyber and resilience industry.
He was awarded the African Industry Personality of the Year from the London-based Business Continuity Institute (the BCI) for providing significant contributions to the industry.
Jeremy was also awarded Denver’s 40 under 40 award for contributions to the local Colorado security industry.
Jay Sartori, Security Intelligence Director, Santander
James (Jay) Sartori, is an
accomplished security executive with an established history of leadership, program development, and project management in both domestic and international organizations.
Jay has spent over 20 years developing and managing risk-based security and pre-employment screening programs to ensure compliance with internal security policies and federal regulations.
Jay currently manages the Security Intelligence, Executive Security, Threat Management, Workplace Violence Investigations, and Travel Security programs at Santander Bank.
Jay is a Command Sergeant Major (retired) with over 29 years in the United States Army as a Military Police
Jay served in Operation Noble Eagle, Operations Enduring Freedom, and Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Jay served five consecutive command tours at the battalion and brigade level as a Command Sergeant Major.