Join the AC Global Risk team at the Gartner Security & Risk Management Summit 2019 June 17 – 20 exhibiting at booth #118. Reserve your spot now for our speaking events on the agenda for Gartner Security & Risk Summit 2019. This year’s summit is all about learning how to impact your organizational culture to improve cybersecurity, privacy and business resilience. This event is an excellent networking opportunity for CISOs and security, risk management leaders. The agenda will include comprehensive information on cybersecurity threats, plus best practices for cloud security, AI, IoT, blockchain, DevOps and other areas within security and risk management. Our team is excited about the opportunity to participate in this event and contributing to improving resilience and accelerating innovation in the areas of risk detection and management.
TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2019 / 07:30 AM – 08:15 AM
AC Global Risk: The Growing Challenges of Human Risk
Chase Hughes and co-host Alex Martin present solutions on the growing challenge of human risk. Organizations interact with an ever-changing ecosystem of human risk: people within and outside your organization. In this session, you will hear from two expert leaders in the area of human risk and gain insights, strategies and tools you can utilize to limit the impact of human risk when threats emerge.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 2019 / 01:15 PM – 01:40 PM
AC Global Risk: Reimagining Human Risk
Alex Martin will review the new dynamics of human risk that people cause to an organization and those within it. He will provide clear insights on the ever-changing landscape of human risk that organizations must navigate and deconstruct the plethora of human-based threats and fraud. Alex will offer a revolutionary technology and human-machine teaming approach to identifying levels of human risk.
ABOUT AC GLOBAL RISK
AC Global Risk provides an entirely new human risk assessment technology known as RRA® (Remote Risk Assessment). RRA has been deployed throughout the world to identify potential threats and risk levels, including fraud, insider threats, and IP/property theft.