2020 was a banner year for all-hazard threats. Organizations relied heavily on security teams to keep their colleagues and offices safe from weather disasters, civil unrest, a worldwide health crisis, and degrading economic conditions.

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Join us Wed. January 27, 2021 at 2pm EST

Learn how to mitigate operational disruption using open-source intelligence

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Open-source intelligence (OSINT) is critical for identifying and mitigating operational disruption. Multiple security functions – executive protection, supply chain, workplace violence, and others – rely on OSINT to identify risks and investigate threat actors.

But the sheer volume of potential alerts and web activity can be overwhelming, especially to small or nascent security teams.

Join us for this 45-minute broadcast where security and technology leaders will share their proven methods for assessing operational disruption to keep their colleagues and offices safe. This discussion will focus on proven methods for systematically focusing on true threat signals and the benefits of selecting the right technology and tools.

Attendees will learn:

  1. The best online sources for insights on weather, health crises, and civil unrest
  2. Boolean logic strategies and techniques to investigate sources of operational disruption
  3. How to reduce alert fatigue by visualizing intelligence to assess potential threats to the enterprise
  4. The effectiveness and efficiency of selecting the right technology tools

Our panelists:

  • Anjali Sniadowski – Assistant Vice President, Chubb Global Security
  • Mike Furey – Vice President of Intelligence, Chubb GSOC
  • Mary Jane Leslie – Chief Growth Officer, LifeRaft
  • Phil Harris – Co-founder, Topo.ai