In a world faced with unrelenting disruption, operational resilience plays a critical role in successful risk management. This webinar is an opportunity for leaders to get ahead.
Technology has not only helped to mitigate the worst of the economic disruption, but it will play an even greater role in how companies adapt and thrive. Chris Gormley, Senior Director of Customer Success at Dataminr, will discuss with Justus Abhulimen, Global Senior Manager, Corporate Security Operations at leading cloud communications platform Twilio, on how his team has navigated the pandemic crisis and share practical tips for building a security framework for now, and in the future.
We’ll cover how Twilio:
- Pivoted their asset protection strategy to mitigate threats caused by COVID-19
- Uses real-time information to ensure business continuity
- Is planning for long-term strategic imperatives
Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits for ASIS-sponsored webinars will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
Global Senior Manager, Corporate Security Operations
With more than 10 years of experience creating innovative strategies aimed at improving processes by analyzing internal and external tools, solving problems utilizing fundamental principles, and visually communicating ideas through integrated programs, Mr. Abhulimen has had the luxury of working with and improving the operational strength of a number of industry leaders. Exhibiting skill and passion for solving problems while ensuring the overall positive production of a team have become exceptional throughout his career.
Senior Director of Customer Success
Chris Gormley is Senior Director of Customer Success at Dataminr. He has supported corporate customers at Dataminr since 2016. Previously, Chris has led commercial business units providing business intelligence, counter fraud, corporate security, and implementation support services direct to Global 100 companies and government clients. He served in the USAF as an Arabic cryptologic linguist.
*Note: Speakers and content are subject to change without notice.