Oncken’s book and his mentor also taught Johnson the importance of building relationships with people—even the ones who are difficult to get along with—a skill that he recommended that attendees develop as well.
“Take initiative. Go meet these people and make it your mission to increase dialogue with those people,” he suggested, adding that by helping to improve those relationships now, problems can be prevented in the future.
TODAY’S CSO ROUNDTABLE SESSIONS
10:00 am - 11:30 a.m.
The World in 2025: The Future of Business, Technology, and the Workforce—and What that Means to Security: Business, academic, and security thought-leaders in this interactive session look into the future and get a first look at new research on this topic conducted by ASIS International and Apollo Group.
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
The Evolution of the CSO Standard: Security professionals discuss the process and explore the rationale and feedback that led to the recertification of the Chief Security Officer Organizational Standard, a reference, guide, tool, and benchmark for practitioners and organizations.
1:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Evacuation from Libya, Attack in Algeria: Lessons Learned and OSAC’s Role: James Snyder of ConocoPhillips and David Schnorbus of Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) discuss the attack on a gas field in Algeria in January and OSAC’s role.
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Open Source Intelligence: Taming Big Data: Security professionals from BrightPlanet discuss case studies and provide recommendations for taming and exploiting big data to harvest, analyze, and then harness useful intelligence from data available on the Internet.