Vietnam continues to be a major foreign direct investment destination in Asia Pacific. The country has positive macro-economic factors demonstrated by its solid and continued GDP growth, a number of free trade agreements, improving infrastructure and a young demographic and low labor costs which has encouraged businesses to relocate there. However, there remain a number of potential uncertainties and risks for inbound investors given the new government administration following the Communist Party of Vietnam’s 12th National Congress in January. The geo-political situation around the South China Sea is also an issue for those operating in Vietnam, and limitations in obtaining information and disclosures can present challenges to parties executing transactions.
Join Kroll and Duane Morris to learn about the risks and opportunities offered by Vietnam. Richard Dailly, Managing Director at Kroll, Giles Cooper, Partner, and Manfred Otto, Associate at Duane Morris will share more about Vietnam as an investment destination, what the legal and political risks are of doing business there and how the new administration and free trade agreements could affect inward foreign investment. They will also address the complexities of running a business in Vietnam, reviewing operational risks from investigations Kroll has conducted, Duane Morris's experiences with respect to due diligence of Vietnamese partners, compliant and workable solutions.
The shifts in attackers’ tactics are easy to miss and will catch many organizations off-guard. Attackers have discovered new ways to re-engineer older tactics that are easier to execute and are perceived to be less risky by targeted users. Combined with targeting platforms that organizations falsely consider more secure, these new attacks are proving very damaging to unprepared organizations.
This webinar will focus on:
- Vulnerabilities threat actors are now targeting most intensely
- New tactics and techniques hackers are using against endpoints
- Best practices Palo Alto Networks uses to secure its own endpoints
Learn more about APT32 (OceanLotus Group), a Southeast Asian cyber espionage group threatening multi-national companies operating in Vietnam. After long-term monitoring and response of their activities, FireEye has given this threat actor the newest APT designation.
Join Nick Carr, Sr. Manager of Incident Response, as he shares how Mandiant, iSIGHT Intelligence and FireEye as a Service teams reveal:
• Who is part of APT32, where they are based, whom they target and how they operate
• Advice on how to defend against, hunt for and respond to APT32
• How your organization can improve your ability to detect, prevent and remediate APT32 attacks
With over 1.2 million military service personnel returning home from overseas deployment over the next five years, the military veterans talent pool continues to grow and is becoming a “go to” source of hires to fill many skills-based needs of today’s top employers. John Reynolds, combat veteran of the Vietnam War and Executive Director of Veterans2Work, is joining forces with Ted Elliott, pioneer of CRM-based recruiting and Jobscience CEO, to empower you with the knowledge to elevate your organization from “Vet Friendly” to “Vet Strong”. John and Ted will share learning experiences and insights on:
- The value of the military veterans talent pool
- Translating Military Occupational Classification into its civilian counterpart
- Creating a presence that draws veterans to your organization
- Tools for effectively capturing, organizing, engaging and assessing veteran talent
- Important knowledge-based resources about military veterans
Join Dan Rather as he shares leadership principles of the world’s most powerful leaders and how small businesses can benefit from them in the Verizon Small Business Ready Webinar Series.
For more than 40 years, former CBS News anchor and 60 Minutes correspondent Dan Rather has been the embodiment of the intrepid broadcast journalist. From the Kennedy assassination—where he was the first to break the news that the president had been killed—to the Indian Ocean tsunami, he has covered every major story of our time, with distinction and a fierce dedication to hard news. For his unparalleled devotion to his craft, he was named the 2012 recipient of the Edward R. Murrow Award for Lifetime Achievement.
Rather’s reporting skills are legendary, and his single-minded pursuit of the story has taken him to datelines as far ranging as Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, China, Russia, and Cuba.
On the domestic front, Rather has covered every presidential campaign since 1952. Rather’s latest journalistic venture is the hard-edged news show Dan Rather Reports, broadcasted on AXS TV, on which he acts as both host and managing editor. With his renowned in-depth interviews and his love of investigative reporting, Rather is able to accurately report on major issues facing our nation today. From politics and the global economy to international affairs and the environment, he gives each story the time and commitment that it deserves.
In May 2012 his memoir, Rather Outspoken: My Life in the News, was published.
To this day, 50-80 percent of the e-waste recyclers out there are simply shoving your old electronics into sea-going shipping containers and sending the material off to China, Vietnam or West Africa. Why? Because the United States is the only country that currently allows this legally. But there are many practical and principled reasons why doing the quick and dirty with your old electronic discards is a very bad idea. Jim Puckett, Executive Director of the Basel Action Network, will explore those reasons and then offer you a better way. One that has been in the making for 8 years and is now ready for business. One that has been supported by over 70 environmental organizations. One that has been supported by Samsung, Bank of America, Capitol One, Wells Fargo and a growing number of other companies that realize that a toxic footprint is every bit as deadly as a carbon footprint. Responsible businesses finally have a one-stop solution for electronic waste!Read more >