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The Role of Real-time Information for Corporate Security Practitioners

A conversation with Cargill's Senior Security Intelligence Analyst Claire Prestwood.

With over 160,000 employees in 70 countries and a large operations network, Cargill Global Security’s main objective is to identify risks that could affect operations, reputation, and the safety of their employees.

During this webinar, Claire Prestwood, Senior Security Intelligence Analyst for Cargill and Ed Oliver, VP of Customer Success for Dataminr will discuss how real-time alerts enabled Cargill to rethink its approach to risk management and allow its security team to identify more threats, mobilize quickly to verify them, and take action quickly.

You’ll learn:

– How an enterprise like Cargill uses real-time alerts to identify threats
– How the ever-changing threat landscape, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, affects business operations
– How Cargill monitors the operational environment and manages reputational risk
Recorded Nov 19 2020 44 mins
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Claire Prestwood, Senior Security Intelligence Analyst, Cargill; Ed Oliver, VP of Customer Success, Dataminr
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  • The Role of Real-time Information for Corporate Security Practitioners Recorded: Nov 19 2020 44 mins
    Claire Prestwood, Senior Security Intelligence Analyst, Cargill; Ed Oliver, VP of Customer Success, Dataminr
    A conversation with Cargill's Senior Security Intelligence Analyst Claire Prestwood.

    With over 160,000 employees in 70 countries and a large operations network, Cargill Global Security’s main objective is to identify risks that could affect operations, reputation, and the safety of their employees.

    During this webinar, Claire Prestwood, Senior Security Intelligence Analyst for Cargill and Ed Oliver, VP of Customer Success for Dataminr will discuss how real-time alerts enabled Cargill to rethink its approach to risk management and allow its security team to identify more threats, mobilize quickly to verify them, and take action quickly.

    You’ll learn:

    – How an enterprise like Cargill uses real-time alerts to identify threats
    – How the ever-changing threat landscape, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, affects business operations
    – How Cargill monitors the operational environment and manages reputational risk
  • 3 Best Practices for Using Real-time Information to Manage a Crisis Recorded: Nov 5 2020 53 mins
    Ed Oliver, VP of Customer Success, Dataminr; Brooks Crichlow, VP of Product Marketing, Dataminr
    Modern risk management is a highly collaborative exercise. Forward-thinking companies know that risk management cannot be confined to a single department or performed on an ad hoc basis inside operational silos. Teams must share a common view into the specific details around a crisis, and use real-time information as a group to make better business decisions.

    Join Dataminr’s VP of Customer Success, Ed Oliver, and VP of Product Marketing, Brooks Crichlow, for a discussion on:

    – How to categorize and assign responsibility to the four major types of corporate risk
    – The role of real-time information as a catalyst for action in risk management
    – The importance of democratizing access to information during a crisis
  • 3 Best Practices for Using Real-time Information to Manage a Crisis Recorded: Oct 23 2020 54 mins
    Ed Oliver, VP of Customer Success, Dataminr; Brooks Crichlow, VP of Product Marketing, Dataminr
    Modern risk management is a highly collaborative exercise. Forward-thinking companies know that risk management cannot be confined to a single department or performed on an ad hoc basis inside operational silos. Teams must share a common view into the specific details around a crisis, and use real-time information as a group to make better business decisions.

    Join Dataminr’s VP of Customer Success, Ed Oliver, and VP of Product Marketing, Brooks Crichlow, for a discussion on:

    – How to categorize and assign responsibility to the four major types of corporate risk
    – The role of real-time information as a catalyst for action in risk management
    – The importance of democratizing access to information during a crisis
  • The Role of Real-time Information for Corporate Security Practitioners Recorded: Oct 22 2020 45 mins
    Claire Prestwood, Senior Security Intelligence Analyst, Cargill; Ed Oliver, VP of Customer Success, Dataminr
    A conversation with Cargill's Senior Security Intelligence Analyst Claire Prestwood.

    With over 160,000 employees in 70 countries and a large operations network, Cargill Global Security’s main objective is to identify risks that could affect operations, reputation, and the safety of their employees.

    During this webinar, Claire Prestwood, Senior Security Intelligence Analyst for Cargill and Ed Oliver, VP of Customer Success for Dataminr will discuss how real-time alerts enabled Cargill to rethink its approach to risk management and allow its security team to identify more threats, mobilize quickly to verify them, and take action quickly.

    You’ll learn:

    – How an enterprise like Cargill uses real-time alerts to identify threats
    – How the ever-changing threat landscape, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, affects business operations
    – How Cargill monitors the operational environment and manages reputational risk
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    In reality, there’s no such thing as a silver bullet to solve the excess of challenges in security, but with the right combination of people, processes, and technology, SOCs can drive a well-functioning security program.

    This presentation will explore how you can build the SOC of the future, starting today.
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    Every business on the planet is experiencing COVID-19 in one of three phases—most of us have already experienced the first phase, "reaction", and have transitioned into the second phase, "adaptation". Virtually no one is experiencing the third phase: The “next normal.”

    In this session, Dataminr’s SVP of Product and VP of Customer Success will discuss:
    – The role that real-time information plays in every stage of the COVID-19 response
    – Business trends based on public data
    – How to best position your business for success in a post-COVID era
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    Forecasting the likelihood and impact of risk events forms a crucial part of risk mitigation.

    However, risk, by its very nature, is unpredictable and more often than not, the unexpected happens. The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated this to devastating effect, causing widespread disruption across the globe.

    This session will discuss how organisations can take the necessary steps to prepare for the unexpected and build business resilience.
  • The Role of Real-time Information for Corporate Security Practitioners Recorded: Sep 15 2020 43 mins
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    Real-time information represents a vital cornerstone of the security practice at Cargill, the largest private company in the U.S.

    In this session, you’ll hear from Senior Intelligence Analyst Claire Prestwood, who will talk about the role that real-time alerts play in the business decisions that Cargill makes in her region of responsibility—the Americas. Claire will also share an overview of the security challenges in the region and her outlook for new risks on the horizon, as the region grapples with the economic impacts of COVID-19.
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    In an era of increasingly sophisticated security threats, risk leaders must be committed to protect their data, facilities, and teams. From unauthorised personnel attempting to gain entry to your facilities to cyber criminals looking to breach your network, you need to be everywhere at once — or at least have the software that can help counter each specific threat.

    Add in the additional complexities of the global pandemic, the need for collaboration has never been more apparent. Watch this webinar to see how this method of "converged security" improves organisations' overall security posture. We'll cover:

    – Why smart environments must have converged security centres
    – How technology can aid converged security centres
    – How organisations can protect their people, operations and brand from threats under heightened pandemic conditions
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    – Examining the four pillars of risk and the types of information that inform intelligent strategy
    – Crisis management, AI and data access – mobilising quick, effective and rapid response
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    Security professionals managing a SOC have to adapt to the ever changing needs of their business. This has never been more apparent than in the current climate, with COVID-19, social unrest, and geo-political instability.

    In reality, there’s no such thing as a silver bullet to solve the excess of challenges in security, but with the right combination of people, processes, and technology, SOCs can drive a well-functioning security program.

    This presentation will explore how you can build the SOC of the future, starting today.
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    Key insights:

    – Elevating the voice of risk and embedding it up and down the organisation
    – Examining the four pillars of risk and the types of information that inform intelligent strategy
    – Crisis management, AI and data access – mobilising quick, effective and rapid response
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    Claire Prestwood, SIA, Global Security, Cargill; Ed Oliver, Vice President of Customer Success, Dataminr
    Real-time information represents a vital cornerstone of the security practice at Cargill, the largest private company in the U.S.

    In this session, you’ll hear from Senior Intelligence Analyst Claire Prestwood, who will talk about the role that real-time alerts play in the business decisions that Cargill makes in her region of responsibility—the Americas. Claire will also share an overview of the security challenges in the region and her outlook for new risks on the horizon, as the region grapples with the economic impacts of COVID-19.
  • Examining Converged Security - The Two Sides of Business Resilience Recorded: Jul 23 2020 31 mins
    John Meakin, CISO & Cyber Security Advisor; Tim Willis, Director of Corporate Risk, Dataminr
    In an era of increasingly sophisticated security threats, risk leaders must be committed to protect their data, facilities, and teams. From unauthorised personnel attempting to gain entry to your facilities to cyber criminals looking to breach your network, you need to be everywhere at once — or at least have the software that can help counter each specific threat.

    Add in the additional complexities of the global pandemic, the need for collaboration has never been more apparent. Watch this webinar to see how this method of "converged security" improves organisations' overall security posture. We'll cover:

    – Why smart environments must have converged security centres
    – How technology can aid converged security centres
    – How organisations can protect their people, operations and brand from threats under heightened pandemic conditions
  • Using Real-Time Information to Inform Decisions During a Pandemic (NORAM) Recorded: Jul 23 2020 51 mins
    Emily Gates, VP of Customer Success, Dataminr and Michael Affronti, SVP of Product, Dataminr
    Every business on the planet is experiencing COVID-19 in one of three phases—most of us have already experienced the first phase, "reaction", and have transitioned into the second phase, "adaptation". Virtually no one is experiencing the third phase: The “next normal.”

    In this session, Dataminr’s SVP of Product and VP of Customer Success will discuss:
    – The role that real-time information plays in every stage of the COVID-19 response
    – Business trends based on public data
    – How to best position your business for success in a post-COVID era
  • Business Resilience in the Face of the Unexpected (NORAM) Recorded: Jul 23 2020 35 mins
    Tim Willis, Director of Corporate Risk, Dataminr
    Forecasting the likelihood and impact of risk events forms a crucial part of risk mitigation.

    However, risk, by its very nature, is unpredictable and more often than not, the unexpected happens. The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated this to devastating effect, causing widespread disruption across the globe.

    This session will discuss how organisations can take the necessary steps to prepare for the unexpected and build business resilience.
  • Building Risk Management Capability with Intelligent Information Recorded: Jul 23 2020 38 mins
    Ilsa Shaw, Enterprise Account Executive, Dataminr; Jason Brown, National Security Director ANZ, Thales
    Key insights:

    – Elevating the voice of risk and embedding it up and down the organisation
    – Examining the four pillars of risk and the types of information that inform intelligent strategy
    – Crisis management, AI and data access – mobilising quick, effective and rapid response
  • How to Deal With Systemic Risk in a Fast Moving Environment Recorded: Jul 23 2020 40 mins
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    – How risk managers are rethinking their approach to security and safety
    – The role of technology, AI and unstructured data when building risk management strategies
  • The Role of Real-time Information for Corporate Security Practitioners (APAC) Recorded: Jul 23 2020 44 mins
    Claire Prestwood, SIA, Global Security, Cargill and Ed Oliver, Vice President of Customer Success, Dataminr
    Real-time information represents a vital cornerstone of the security practice at Cargill, the largest private company in the U.S.

    In this session, you’ll hear from Senior Intelligence Analyst Claire Prestwood, who will talk about the role that real-time alerts play in the business decisions that Cargill makes in her region of responsibility—the Americas. Claire will also share an overview of the security challenges in the region and her outlook for new risks on the horizon, as the region grapples with the economic impacts of COVID-19.
  • Examining Converged Security - The Two Sides of Business Resilience Recorded: Jul 23 2020 31 mins
    John Meakin, CISO & Cyber Security Advisor; Tim Willis, Director of Corporate Risk, Dataminr
    In an era of increasingly sophisticated security threats, risk leaders must be committed to protect their data, facilities, and teams. From unauthorised personnel attempting to gain entry to your facilities to cyber criminals looking to breach your network, you need to be everywhere at once — or at least have the software that can help counter each specific threat.

    Add in the additional complexities of the global pandemic, the need for collaboration has never been more apparent. Watch this webinar to see how this method of "converged security" improves organisations' overall security posture. We'll cover:

    – Why smart environments must have converged security centres
    – How technology can aid converged security centres
    – How organisations can protect their people, operations and brand from threats under heightened pandemic conditions
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