Enterprises face increasingly dynamic risks to their business – including changing threat actor objectives and increasingly varied physical and cyber tactics, techniques and procedures. Numerous organizations that have invested in compliance programs are nonetheless experiencing major incidents, with significant operational, legal and reputational impacts. In this environment, organizations are increasingly asking: “How do I know whether I have an effective security program in place?”
To answer this question, Adam Isles, principal at The Chertoff Group (TCG) – a premier global advisory firm that provides security risk management, business strategy and merchant banking advisory services, will present a live webinar titled, “Leveraging the SAFETY Act – Building an Effective Security Program.” Hosted by the American Bar Association, Isles will discuss the changing nature of enterprise security risk, SAFETY Act implications, and how TCG’s risk management approach can help enterprises build and maintain effective security risk management programs.
Recently, TCG’s security risk management consulting methodology was granted SAFETY Act designation by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science & Technology Directorate. To obtain SAFETY Act designation, TCG had to prove that its methodology demonstrated substantial utility and effectiveness, as well as availability for immediate deployment, among other factors. TCG is one of the only professional services companies in the world to have achieved SAFETY Act designation across all industries for its proven cyber-physical security risk management consulting methodology.
WHERE & WHEN:
Webinar: Leveraging the SAFETY Act – Building an Effective Security Program
Date: Wednesday, December 6; 2:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. EST
More information and to register: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8659253688442385155
Adam Isles, principal, The Chertoff Group
Adam Isles is a principal at TCG, where he helps clients build security programs. A security expert with more than 20 years of experience, Isles has managed security services engagements for clients in a number of industries, including financial services, utility, transportation, retail and technology sectors. Projects have included security risk assessments, market entry security assessments, M&A cyber due diligence reviews, security strategy development, organizational reviews, insider threat program development, exercises, senior management training, penetration test risk overlays and security audits.
Prior to joining TCG, Isles worked at Raytheon Company where he was the director of strategy and policy consulting for homeland security. Previously, Isles served as the deputy chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) where he worked daily with the DHS secretary to coordinate department-wide operations. Before joining DHS, Isles served at the U.S. Department of Justice, where he started his legal career as a trial attorney in the criminal division in 1997. He holds a J.D. from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor of Arts in history from Yale University.
About The Chertoff Group:
The Chertoff Group is a premier global advisory firm that provides security risk management, business strategy and merchant banking advisory services. We apply our insights into technology, threat and policy to help our clients improve their resiliency, build competitive advantage and accelerate growth.
With a particular focus around security and technology, The Chertoff Group provides a broad array of professional services to help our clients at every stage of the business lifecycle. We leverage our deep subject matter knowledge around important policy matters and security operations to build and execute effective strategies that enable companies to capture new opportunities and create lasting competitive advantage. For those organizations that require tactical security support, we work hand-in-hand with clients to better understand today’s threats and assess, mitigate and monitor potential dangers and evolving risks in order to create more secure environments for their business operations.
Headquartered in Washington D.C., The Chertoff Group maintains offices in Menlo Park and New York City. For more information about The Chertoff Group, visit http://www.chertoffgroup.com.
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