Beyond Cost, Schedule and Quality: What Other Risks Do Project Owners Need to be Concerned About?
In today’s fast-paced digital world, most would agree that the convenience and ease of working online outweigh the risks, but is it possible to keep digital work safe? When it comes to managing risk, you can never be too prepared. Online hackers, shifting compliance standards and misconceptions regarding insurance can all pose threats to your projects and workplace. Fortunately, you can meet these challenges head-on with the right tools.
Join us for a panel discussion offering sound advice on how to manage digital security exposures. The panel will be moderated by Sue Yoakum, licensed architect and Donovan Hatem attorney, and feature industry experts:
Juliette Kayyem – Former Assistant Secretary at the Department of Homeland Security and founder of Juliette Kayyem Solutions, LLC; a security industry expert with over 15 years of experience managing complex policy initiatives and organizing government responses to major crises in both state and federal government.
Joseph M. Lawlor – Associate Managing Director in the U.S. Cyber Investigations and Incident Response practice at K2 Intelligence. Before joining K2 Intelligence, Joseph served as a Special Agent in the Cyber Branch of the New York Office of the FBI, where he was a lead incident responder and investigator of computer intrusions that were sponsored and executed by foreign nation states.
Tim Whisler – Head of Architects & Engineers Professional Liability for the U.S. and Canada at AIG. Tim is responsible for the profitability and all production related strategies associated with the Architects & Engineers product line in the U.S. and Canada. Tim has been with AIG for over 11 years and is a graduate of Boston University.
This program will be held at the Boston Harbor Hotel on Thursday, March 31. For more information and to register, please email email@example.com. Please RSVP by Friday March 25.