Security Executive Council's Next Generation Security Leader: Driving Unified Risk Oversight™ through Global Security Operations Centers
April 12 and 13, 2017
A Collective Knowledge Learning Experience sponsored by The Boeing Company.
A two-day SEC Next Generation Security Leader™ (NGSL) is scheduled for three Boeing Company locations in Renton, WA, Mesa, AZ, and Crystal City, VA, respectively, on April 12 and 13, 2017. Vetted security risk mitigation leaders and their solution innovation partners may attend either in person, or remotely by telephone. This event will feature interactive sessions led by security’s most influential. State of the Industry research and subject matter expert engagement is intended to inform thoughtful and forward-looking next generation performance.
SEC benchmark polling and interactive work group sessions are collaboratively designed by the SEC's Security Leadership Research Institute (SLRI), The Coles College of Business (Kennesaw State) and the Darla Moore School of of Business’ Risk and Uncertainty Management Center (University of South Carolina) faculty and staff. Collective Knowledge resources for those participating include research findings, NGSL session decks and links to SEC State of the Security Industry reports and other publications. Certificates of completion feature an endorsement for up to nine hours of continuing leadership education credits for all attendees who successfully complete survey and engagement requirements.
ATTENDEES MUST MEET CERTAIN CRITERIA IN ORDER TO ATTEND
A PRE-EVENT BRIEFING WILL OCCUR ON APRIL 6 TO INFORM ATTENDEES OF THE CURRICULUM AGENDA AND CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS. SITE INFORMATION WILL ALSO BE PROVIDED.
PRE-EVENT SURVEY – Beginning in early March, attendees will be surveyed for their latest operational security risk demographics, mitigation protocols, resources, and technologies; as well as proven practice innovations and performance value metrics related to GSOCs.
DAY ONE AGENDA – APRIL 12, 2017 Boeing Company Next Generation Leader Experience
07:00 – 07:55 Pacific Standard Time (PST) Registration, Continental Breakfast/Brunch and Welcome:
SEC Next Generation Security Leaders Dean Correia and SEC Next Generation Leaders Dean Correia and Francis D’Addario (Mesa, AZ), Bob Hayes (Crystal City, VA) and Sean Dettloff (Renton, WA) with Tom Shinner, Director, Security and Fire Integration, Boeing Shared Services Group. Chatham House Rules, engagement expectations and housekeeping advisories will be shared.
07:55 - 08:00 Local Security and Safety Briefs – The Boeing Company
08:00 – 9:30 Aligning Operational Risk Oversight Considerations with Strategic Leadership Imperatives
Bob Hayes, Managing Director SEC, (formerly Georgia Pacific and 3M), sets the stage for Forces of Change and Board-level enterprise risk management expectations. Strategy panelists from the Boeing Company, MITRE Corporation, Red Hat, and Capital One will depict and discuss their relevant business drivers ranging from brand reputation protection to uncertainty management. Business continuity, compliance, cost avoidance, operational excellence, mission resilience, return on investment and stakeholder confidence considerations will be covered.
09:30- 10:00 Key Note - Critical Facility Dependencies for All-hazard, Unified Risk Oversight
Dave Komendat, VP and Chief Security Officer introduces Kim Smith, VP, Attack Helicopters, and Mesa Senior Site Executive at The Boeing Company, who will provide attendees valuable client insights for protection-in-depth and business continuity service level agreement expectations.
10:00– 10:45 – Networking Break and East Coast Lunch
10:45 – 12:15 Operationalizing All-hazard Unified Risk Oversight (URO) GSOC Services
Sean Dettloff, SEC Subject Matter Expert Faculty (formerly Starbucks Coffee and Amazon) leads a panel discussion for Global Security Operations Center Managers who have conceived, designed, or are currently operating and/or re-imagining URO services from AON, Boeing Company, and Starbucks Coffee. This session will feature discussion involving personnel and technology deployments. Diverse communities and cultures may vicariously learn from common denominator failures, near misses and proven practice outcomes.
12:15 – 13:15 Breakout Session 1 - Storyboarding Current and Future GSOC Services with Value Metrics
SEC Director Tier 1 Leader Services & Projects Elizabeth Lancaster-Brisson and Professor Herb Mattord of Kennesaw State’s Coles College of Business will facilitate a participant work team whiteboard exercise for value communication. Current and future services with promising quantitative or qualitative value metrics will be identified and debated. SEC Media and Publications Manager Roz Jackson and Emeritus Faculty George Campbell will conduct and supervise an e-mail or chat room exercise for telephonic attendees.
13:15 – 14:00 Networking Break and West Coast Lunch
14:00 – 15:30 Examining Continuous URO Improvement Opportunities: How Do We Get to Nimble and Resilient? – Available to Phone Attendees
SEC Emeritus Faculty Dean Correia (formerly Wal-mart Canada) and SEC Tier 1 Leader Community panelists from MITRE Corporation, Capital One, AON, and Disney will contemplate an all-hazards risk/threat/vulnerability and mitigation life cycle. Issue identification, frequency and impact forecasting, taxonomy adoption, framework considerations, resource allocation, service modeling, awareness communications, mitigation design, anomaly detection, compliance duties, reporting, response, evaluation, escalation, governance, and performance dashboards. Attendees will be informed for facilitating discussions and constructing their own operational excellence continuum.
15:30 Wrap Day One
1530 – 17:30 Network Mixer Locations TBD
DAY TWO AGENDA – APRIL 13, 2017 Boeing Company Next Generation Leader Experience
07:00 – 07:55 Pacific Standard Time (PST) Continental Breakfast/Brunch and Welcome:
SEC Next Generation Leaders Dean Correia and Francis D’Addario (Mesa, AZ), Bob Hayes (Crystal City, VA) and Sean Dettloff (Renton, WA) with Tom Shinner, Director, Security and Fire Integration, Boeing Shared Services Group. Chatham House Rules, engagement expectations and housekeeping advisories will be shared.
07:55 - 08:00 Local Security and Safety Briefs
08:00 - 09:30 Anticipating Global Risks, Threats, and Enterprise Vulnerabilities for 2020 and Beyond – Available to Phone Attendees
Faculty and SEC Tier 1 Leader community Panelists from Fidelity, State Street, and Boeing will discuss business, intelligence, and other resources for global risk predictions. Who is on the money and why? Favored global risk guidance will be aggregated and linked in this NGSL’s post-forum report.
09:30 – 10:30 Key Note – Building All Hazards Risk Resilience for The Next 100 Years
Tom Shinner, Director, Security and Fire Integration, Boeing Shared Services Group and other members of the Boeing team will take attendees through an interactive journey of Boeing’s GSOC history, function, and capabilities past, present, and future.
10:30– 11:15 – Networking Break and East Coast Lunch
11:15 – 12:15 – Breakout Session 2 – Whiteboard: Next Generation Risk Mitigation Protocols, and Technologies
SEC Director Tier 1 Leader Services & Projects Elizabeth Lancaster-Brisson and Professor Herb Mattord of Kennesaw State’s College of Business will solicit inputs from all participants for promising operational excellence innovation trials and proven practices. SEC Media and Publications Manager Roz Jackson and Emeritus Faculty George Campbell will aggregate phone participant contributions.
12:15 – 13:30Making the GSOC URO Business Case Value Proposition – Available to Phone Attendees
SEC Emeritus Faculty Francis D’Addario (formerly Starbucks Coffee) and Heather O’Brien (formerly Universal Protection Service) will reconvene SEC Tier 1 Leader Community panelists from Boeing, McKesson Corporation, Starbucks Coffee, and PayPal to discuss cost avoidance and net contribution return on investment strategies including monetizing consolidation, optimization, re-engineering, relocation, personnel or technology deployments and risk outcomes measurement. Participants will comprehend total costs of security risk to influence priority investments.
13:30 Wrap Day Two – Certificate of Completion Requirements. Lunch will be served for West Coast attendees.
In-person - $395 – SEC community to include Boeing partner invitees (SEC Tier 1 Leaders™
and SEC Best Practices group members)
$495 – non-SEC community
By telephone - $295 - SEC community to include Boeing partner invitees (SEC Tier 1 Leaders and SEC Best Practices group members)
$395 – non-SEC community
Frequently Asked Questions About NGSL
View information about previous NGSL forums:
NGSL: Framing the Future of Global, All-Hazards Risk Mitigation
NGSL: Influencing Change for Nimble Global Risk Mitigation
Next Generation Security Leader (NGSL): Interviews
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