Resilience Roundtable: Innovative Risk Management

Distributed Risk is proud to announce the launch of the Resilience Roundtable Series, a collection of insightful discussions and events centered around risk management, security, and business continuity. This thought-provoking series is sponsored by Olympic Tactical & Investigations, a renowned security and risk management firm serving the Pacific Northwest and member of the Distributed Risk ecosystem.

As part of our commitment to fostering collaboration and knowledge-sharing within the risk management community, the Resilience Roundtable Series will bring together industry experts, business leaders, and professionals from various sectors. Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in lively discussions, learn from the experiences of others, and explore innovative strategies for navigating the complex landscape of risk.

The Resilience Roundtable Series will cover a range of topics, including enterprise security, crisis management, cybersecurity, geological risks, and more. By sharing insights, best practices, and real-world experiences, participants will gain valuable knowledge to enhance their organizations’ resilience in the face of evolving threats.

We are finalizing topics with our guests, but you can expect us to explore issues like:

  1. Ransomware attacks and the ethical dilemma of paying ransoms: The increasing prevalence of ransomware attacks targeting businesses and high profile individuals, ethical and practical implications of paying ransoms, and real-world examples of high-profile ransomware incidents.
  2. The impact of high-profile data leaks on client trust and reputation: Remember the Panama Papers and Paradise Papers? We will discuss the consequences of data leaks on client trust, privacy, and reputation. We will focus on how professionals can help their clients navigate the aftermath of such leaks and the importance of proactively safeguarding sensitive information.
  3. The role of social media in reputation management for high profile individuals: Analyze the impact of social media on the public perception and reputation of high profile individuals and discuss the role of trusted advisors in helping them manage their online presence and mitigate potential reputation risks.
  4. Protecting high profile individuals and their families in a world of increasing physical security threats: Delve into real-life cases of high-profile security incidents, such as kidnappings, extortion, or home invasions. The unique challenges faced by high profile individuals in ensuring their personal security and that of their families, and the role of trusted advisors in providing guidance and support.

We invite you to join us for this exciting series of events, and we look forward to fostering new connections and collaborations within the risk management community. Stay tuned for further details on upcoming roundtables and registration information.

Contact us if you are interested in collaborating on this series.