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Recorded Forum Session: Building the influence and capability of risk management

Details

Tuesday, 12 May 2020
8:00am to 8:00am

CPD Hours

0.75

Cost (Inc GST)

$68.75 Member
$68.75 Subscriber
$68.75 Non-member


Virtual Governance and Risk Management Forum 2020

You will receive an email with a link to this recorded session once you register. If you do not receive this email, contact us on 1800 251 849


Building the influence and capability of risk management through intelligent information

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

Speakers


Chair: Ilsa Shaw, Dataminr

Ilsa Shaw is on a mission to elevate the importance of corporate risk across all areas of the enterprise. She leads the sales team in Australia New Zealand for Dataminr, an advanced platform for detecting real-time risk and emerging threats using artificial intelligence. Ilsa has a unique 20-year background in sales leadership, delivering success across customer and revenue metrics in start-up and high-growth SaaS organisations. She scaled the revenue for a SaaS business by 2000% over a 3-year period and helped a managed services technology business grow profitability to 40%. One of Ilsa’s biggest personal achievements is finishing an MBA (Executive) with Distinction whilst raising 2 small kids. Her personal passion project is surfing, so you’ll find her down the coast, at Urbnsurf park, or travelling to remote tropical islands in search of uncrowded waves.


Jason Brown, National Security Director, Thales

Jason Brown is the National Security Director for Thales in Australia and New Zealand. He is responsible for international trade and security liaison with government, law enforcement and intelligence communities to develop cooperative arrangements to minimise risk to Thales and those in the community that it supports. He is also responsible to ensure compliance with international and Commonwealth requirements for trade control, national security and relevant federal and state laws.

Before joining Thales in 2004 Jason had 27 years experience in Commonwealth Government with appointments which include; Assistant Secretary - Defence Imagery and the Geospatial Organisation, Director General - Safety, Compensation and People Development, Assistant Secretary - Defence Security, and various appointments in the Attorney General's Security portfolio in the areas of counter terrorism and security policy and investigations,

 

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