Crisis Management: Current Practices and Growing Trends

November 13, 2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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Organizations face many kinds of crises, from weather catastrophes to terrorism, transportation disruptions to workplace accidents. While these events can’t always be predicted, corporate security teams must assess the risks they pose and develop response procedures to mitigate adverse effects when a crisis occur.

Security Management magazine partnered wtih Dataminr to survey hundreds of corporate security professionals on current trends and challenges in crisis management. In this webinar, Tuesday, November 13 at 1 p.m. ET, Scott Briscoe, Content Development Director at ASIS International, will host a discussion on the complete survey results and discover how these findings compare to what professionals are hearing in the industry, with analysis from Cameron Sackett, Enterprise Corporate Security Account Executive at Dataminr.

In this webinar we will:

  • Identify top priorities and concerns around crisis management
  • Pinpoint the types of information–and information deficiencies– that affect crisis response
  • Define how security is involved in crisis management
  • Assess and understand new trends in crisis response


Cameron Sackett

Enterprise Account Executive, Corporate & Security Risk

Cameron Sackett is an Enterprise Account Executive in the Corporate Security & Risk vertical for Dataminr, a technology platform that creates real-time, actionable breaking news alerts from public social media activity. Dataminr's powerful algorithms instantly transform all publicly available Twitter data and other public datasets into alerts that enable security, operations, financial, & communications professionals to be alerted to critical information as events unfold.

Cameron currently supports organizations on the Fortune 500 in the Midwest and Southeastern corridors of the United States, with experience across several industries, notably Oil & Gas, Retail, Automotive, and Manufacturing. Cameron's background is predominantly focused on navigating and implementing complex technology solutions within enterprises.