Knocked Down, Not Knocked Out: Building Organizational Resilience

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Monday, September 23 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

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Location: S210DE

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Title: Knocked Down, Not Knocked Out: Building Organizational Resilience


What’s Next: From Black Swans to Unknown Knowns  

Security professionals evaluate risk through many lenses. What keeps them up at night are the Black Swan risks that come seemingly out of the blue and are only understood with the luxury of time and hindsight. However, some issues are well known but seem only tangentially related to security. These “unknown knowns” are well-documented, but their effect on security seems remote. Understanding the impact of these events playing out on the world stage—including resilience in the face of disaster, global conflict, and climate change—can make all the difference between an adequate security program and an extraordinary one.   

Join your colleagues during three Game Changer sessions designed specifically to explore trends that will shape security’s future.  

Monday, 23 September | 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm  

Knocked Down, Not Knocked Out: Building Organizational Resilience  

Organizational resilience is not only about bouncing back from challenges and crisis situations. It is about developing the capacity in your organization, business, or community to change and adapt in the face of adversity. By leveraging a holistic ESRM lens around risk and business disruptions, security professionals can enable organizations to thrive amid changing times. In this session, organizational leaders will share their resilience stories, with case studies that illustrate what it means to recover well after catastrophe.  

Learning Objective #1: Enable organizational agility and set the tone for resilience within the security function.

Learning Objective #2: Outline the critical preparedness steps that lead to greater resilience.

Learning Objective #3: Analyze how organizations have applied resilience principles in real-life situations.

Type: Game Changer