AIRIP's second annual conference will be Wednesday, September 21 in Chicago, IL. We will explore the topic of Risk Intelligence In the Boardroom, with speaker topics focused on elevating and enhancing your risk intelligence practice to advise on the topics most important to your organization's top leadership and board members. Registration is open through September 21.
Keynote: Geostrategic Risks on the Rise, the McKinsey team of Drew Erdmann - principal, Ezra Greenberg - senior expert, and Ryan Harper - consultant will discuss their findings and share strategies for communicating risk to organizational leadership. The presentation will focus on risks identified by AIRIP members.
Mini-Training - Emerging Market Risk and New Market Entry: Meredith Wilson, Emergent Risk International: This mini-training will examine how companies approach new market entry and build multi-stakeholder new market entry projects. We will discuss ways intelligence analysts can effectively engage in new market entry projects and discuss tools and tactics for enhancing the effectiveness of the project.
Mini-Training - Executive Presence for Intelligence Analysts: Sunita Saligram, Director, PwC; Patrick McCarthy, Senior Director, PwC
Panel Discussion: Three Key Elements of Cyber Risk: Karl Mattson, Chief Information Security Officer at City National Bank will lead a panel discussion, with participants Marcus Christian (Partner, Mayer Brown) focusing on regulatory risk, Jamaal Mobley (Consultant, The Brunswick Group) focusing on reputation risk management and crisis response in a breach situation, and Kate Wisniewski Weir (Director, Cybercrime and Breach Response, PwC) to focus on threat warning and management.
Cancellation Policy: Should circumstances arise that result in the postponement of an event, AIRIP has the right to either issue a full refund or transfer registration to a similar event at a new, future date. Registration is non-refundable. Prior to September 1, 2016 a paid registration may be transferred to another member of your organization. Changes to an attendee will be accepted in writing only and must be received by the stated deadline. All requests must be made by the attendee or credit card holder. On or after September 1, no changes may be made to existing registrations.