More often than not, security teams forget to use common operating language when sharing critical risk intel with C-suite leaders, making it challenging for them to take action before threats arise.
Bruce McIndoe has been a visionary and serial entrepreneur in the national security, intelligence, and operational risk management space for global organizations over the last four decades. Throughout his career, he has learned how important clear, action-oriented communication is to keep others informed and safe. He is President of McIndoe Risk Advisory and formerly led the creation of the first 24×7 Global Watch Operations Center at iJET International, Inc. He has also been honored as a Protective Intelligence Honors Pioneer.
Straight from the floor of GSX 2022, Bruce joins host Chuck Randolph to discuss:
- Milestones in history (9/11 and COVID-19) and how they affected corporate security
- The biggest changes in the security space over the last few decades
- The importance of using common operating information and language
- Examples of objective-centric enterprise risk management strategies