This Webinar took place on  October 13, 2021. Read about the key takeaways here.


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Topic: Taking Your Intelligence Function from Good to Great

The intelligence function is the ‘eyes and ears’ of any organization, supporting not only established physical security programs, but often other initiatives such as guarding against reputational risk. Analysts may find it challenging to handle the growing list of corporate security responsibilities, such as business continuity and resiliency.

Fortunately, many corporate security leaders have built forward-thinking intelligence programs that deliver meaningful results and have expanded to support a growing mandate.

Our panelists will explain how to take a strategic, measurable, and future-proof approach to building a SOC intelligence function.

Discussion Topics:

• Identifying top focuses & priorities for your intelligence function
• Developing a phased approach to expanding your intelligence function
• How intelligence can guide business decisions
• Assessing intelligence providers and other technology

Moderator

MJ Leslie

Mary Jane Leslie,
LifeRaft Inc.

Panelest

Phil Harris

Phil Harris,
Topo.ai

Panelist
Ryan Long

Ryan Long,
Host of “The Business of Intelligence” Podcast

Panelist
Michael Mallard

Michael Mallard,
Board member from AIRIP; Host of “The Business of Intelligence” Podcast


This Webinar took place on  October 13, 2021. Read about the key takeaways here.

 

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