Broadcast Tuesday July 14, 2020
Free Webcast Featuring Experts From The Chertoff Group and The NFL
COVID-19 has produced many negative impacts, among them diminished earnings and significant disruptions of traditional business models. For some organizations, perpetual remote working is simply not an option. Due to disparate regional impacts and the constant threat of viral resurgence, whether to reopen is not a simple ‘yes/no,’ but instead a complex series of decisions related to employee and customer safety; PPE logistics; operating costs vs. revenue; communications strategy and others.
Organizations who serve and interact with large numbers of consumers – retail & restaurants, sports & performing arts, and others – face additional risks from the public at large, including non-compliant or disgruntled customers. The lack of a comprehensive national strategy combined with inconsistent local policy enforcement means that businesses must rely primarily on their own strategy and employees.
Organizations are best served not by a linear reopening plan, but by a flexible strategy that accounts for contingencies and can be adjusted as needed.
You are invited to join us for this free 60-minute broadcast where security experts from The Chertoff Group and National Football League share their approaches to key reopening decisions that account for potential COVID resurgence.
Please note: this webcast is for security and business continuity/resilience professionals only.
- Guidelines for operating during the COVID pandemic, reopening stores/venues, and other considerations
- Reliable and actionable sources of health intelligence, both now and in the future
- How to put employee and customer safety first when a remote workforce is not an option
- Contingency planning based on potential PPE shortages, employee COVID cases and other factors.
Jayson Ahern – Principal and Head of Strategic Advisory Services, The Chertoff Group
Mr. Ahern advises clients on a broad range of issues including homeland and border security management, global commerce and supply chain security, critical infrastructure protection, risk management, and strategic planning/ implementation. He understands the dangers that face America and American businesses operating around the world. Prior to joining The Chertoff Group, Mr. Ahern served as a law enforcement professional for 33 years and as the former Acting Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) at the Department of Homeland Security.
Rob Gummer – Director of Intelligence Operations, NFL
Mr. Gummer leads a seasoned team of analysts at the National Football League’s global security operations center, where he brings deep technology, intelligence and investigations experience. Prior to joining the NFL, Mr. Gummer spent 8 years at the Federal Bureau of Investigation in various intelligence and supervisory roles. Mr. Gummer also served as an instructor in the United States Army, where he trained more than 100 students in All Source Analysis.