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    • The 2005 Corporate Security, Business Continuity and Crisis Management Conference Emerging Threats to the Corporation: Strategies to Detect, Deter and Defuse Crises November 17 - 18, 2005 Westin New York at Times Square New York, NY Presented with Join senior executives, government officials, policy assistance from: experts and other thought-leaders to examine strategies to limit risk, control damage, maintain critical operations and effect recovery. At our fourth annual conference, critical issues to be addressed, from both strategic and tactical perspectives, include: In collaboration with: • The Business Case for Security and Business Continuity • Global Economic, Strategic and Political Risk: A Corporate Perspective • Corporate Crime and Corruption: Influencing Integrity Compliance • War and Terrorism: Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Threats • Integration and/or Convergence?: Designs to Link IT and Physical Security • Homeland Security and the Corporation • Natural and Random Disasters: The Corporate Response • Crisis Leadership and Strategic Communications
    • About The Conference Board The Conference Board is the world's leading business membership organization, with a global network of nearly 2000 enterprises in 61 countries. The Conference Board creates and disseminates knowledge about management and the marketplace to help businesses strengthen their performance and better serve society. Working as a global, independent membership organization in the public interest, we conduct research, convene conferences, make forecasts, assess trends, publish information and analysis, and bring executives together to learn from one another. The Conference Board is a not-for-profit organization and holds 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status in the United States. Why Our Meetings Are Different The Conference Board provides executives from around the world with opportunities to share practical business experience. This focus on actual business experience, rather than theory, primarily from senior executives from major organizations, along with a superior level of networking with peers are the distinguishing features of Conference Board meetings. The Conference Board’s meetings are rated as one of America’s leading speaking platforms for top management. More than 150 CEOs address the Board’s 12,000 meeting participants each year. The Conference Board 845 Third Avenue New York, NY 10022-6679 Tel: 212 759 0900 Fax: 212 980 7014 www.conference-board.org The Conference Board and the torch logo are registered trademarks of The Conference Board, Inc.
    • Dear Colleague: Corporations today are under siege, internally and externally, both here and abroad. Threats, real or imagined, natural or man-made, seem more extensive, complex and dangerous than ever. Those threats increasingly keep senior executives awake at night since the very survival of the firm, not just profitability, is at stake. Consequently, by confronting threats and limiting risk, particularly through robust security and business continuity systems, the company can assure its survival, gain a competitive edge and enhance shareholder value. Join other senior executives at our fourth annual conference to examine increasing and complex threats confronting corporations. You will evaluate cutting-edge solutions from strategic, operational and tactical perspectives and learn best practices from some of the world’s leading companies. Critical issues to be addressed include: • Global Economic, Strategic and Political Risk: A Corporate Perspective • The Business Case for Security/Business Continuity • Natural Disasters: The Corporate Response • Threats to IT Security: From Cyberrisk and Cyberterrorism to Identity Theft and Espionage • Corporate Crime and Corruption: Influencing Integrity Compliance • War and Terrorism: Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Threats • Crisis Leadership and Strategic Communications: Promoting Strategic Recovery • Integration and/or Convergence?: Designs to Link IT and Physical Security • Threats to the Global Corporation • Homeland Security and the Corporation You will find this Conference to be unusually substantive, practical and relevant and an excellent investment for you and your firm. Cordially, Kempton Dunn Director, Program Development and Program Director The Conference Board
    • Corporate Security Who Should Attend: We seek to involve CEOs, COOs, CFOs, CLOs, Chief Security Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Risk Officers, Chief Technology Officers, Treasurers, General Counsels, Business Unit Heads and other senior executives responsible for the security and future of the firm including Senior Vice Presidents, Vice Presidents and Directors of: Corporate Security Contingency Planning/Business Recovery Strategic Planning Information & Data Processing Risk Management Communications and Corporate Affairs Information Technology & Telecommunications Physical Security & Infrastructure Human Resources Purchasing/Supply Chain Disaster Management & Audit Business Continuity Architecture & Engineering Finance Insurance Legal Marketing, Sales & CRM Facilities Management Investment Banking Environment, Health & Safety Media Partners: To register today, call Customer Service at 212 339 0345
    • November 17 - 18, 2005 2005 Conference Advisory Council Regis W. Becker Stephen E. Flynn Global Director Senior Fellow Security and Compliance Council on Foreign Relations and PPG Industries, Inc. Commander (ret.) United States Coast Guard Bruce Blythe Chief Executive Officer Richard C. Hyde Crisis Management International, Inc. Executive Vice President and U.S. Director of Crisis Communications William C. Boni Hill & Knowlton Vice President and Chief Information Security Officer Timothy T. Janes Motorola, Inc. Director Corporate Security Services The Honorable Joseph F. Bruno Capital One Financial Corporation Commissioner Office of Emergency Management Patrick A. Keefe New York City and Vice President Former Commissioner Global Security NYC Fire Department and Colgate-Palmolive Company Justice, NYS Supreme Court Jack Lichtenstein Gregorie Bujac Director Vice President Government Affairs & Public Policy Worldwide Security American Society for Industrial Security Altria Group, Inc. International (ASIS) Edward G. Casey Robert F. Littlejohn Director Vice President, Global Security Corporate Security Avon Products, Inc. and Procter & Gamble Company Former President International Security Management Steve D. Chupa Association (ISMA) Director of Security Worldwide Security Group R. John Theriault, Jr. Johnson & Johnson Vice President Corporate Security Richard B. Cooper Pfizer, Inc. Business Liaison Director Private Sector U.S. Department of Homeland Security Register Online www.conference-board.org/security.htm
    • Corporate Security Thursday, November 17, 2005 Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8 - 9 am Welcome and Introduction: 9 - 9:10 am Robert M. Falcey Senior Vice President, Conferences The Conference Board Global Economic, Strategic and Political Risk: A Corporate Perspective Opening Keynote Address: Session A: 9:10 - 10 am Chairman Kempton Dunn Director, Program Development and Program Director The Conference Board The Honorable Thomas R. Pickering Senior Vice President, International Relations The Boeing Company Former U.S. Under Secretary of State and Ambassador to the United Nations, India and Russia Networking Break: 10 - 10:30 am To register today, call Customer Service at 212 339 0345
    • November 17 - 18, 2005 War and Terrorism: Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Threats General Session B: 10:30 - 11:30 am With 85% of our national infrastructure in the private/corporate sector, companies present a tempting target for various types of terrorism. Firms in critical industries, ranging from energy and chemical to pharmaceutical and nuclear, are particularly vulnerable. President Bush cites nuclear proliferation (including acquisition by rogue states, non-state actors and terrorists) as the primary security threat to the U.S. Examine ways to: • Diminish risk in the transportation sector: air, land and sea • Protect “soft targets,” especially the physical infrastructure of nuclear, chemical and pharmaceutical facilities • Detect and counter bioterrorism (e.g. with quarantine policies?) agroterrorism, and threats to the food supply chain • Confront and counter nuclear proliferation Chairman Stephen E. Flynn Senior Fellow Council on Foreign Relations Commander (ret.) United States Coast Guard and Author, America the Vulnerable: How our Government Is Failing to Protect Us from Terrorism Graham Allison Director, Belfer Center for Science & International Affairs John F. Kennedy School of Government Harvard University Former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Defense and Author, Nuclear Terrorism: The Ultimate Preventable Catastrophe Register Online www.conference-board.org/security.htm
    • Corporate Security Threats to IT Security: From Cyberrisk and Cyberterrorism to Identity Theft and Espionage General Session C: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm The protection of data, systems and technology (networks, files and communications) lies at the core of Business Continuity and, critically, the survival of the firm. Companies must develop effective systems, processes, a digital security culture and an integrated enterprise risk architecture. Learn of new trends, innovative strategies and tactics to: • Secure your supply chain (with RFID, etc.) • Protect your intellectual capital and knowledge base from piracy, industrial espionage, infiltration and destruction • Ensure effective privacy and identity management to prevent identity theft • Identify and counter new internet hackers, viruses, “Trojan horses” and worms • Understand and implement Reduction of Risk on Investment (RORI) to reduce organizational risk via IT security investments Chairman Tom Hoffman Editor-at-Large Computerworld Joel Rakow e-Crimes Practice Lead Tatum Partners Crisis Preparedness and Response: The Role of Business in the Community Luncheon Keynote Address Session D: 12:30 - 2 pm The Honorable Joseph F. Bruno Commissioner Office of Emergency Management New York City and Former Commissioner NYC Fire Department and Justice, NYS Supreme Court To register today, call Customer Service at 212 339 0345
    • November 17 - 18, 2005 Concurrent Sessions (E1 or E2) with case studies: 2:15 - 3:30 pm (Choose one) Homeland Security and the Corporation Concurrent Session E1: 2:15 - 3:30 pm Now, four years since its creation, is the Department of Homeland Security, resulting from the consolidation of 22 government agencies, working effectively? Is there, at last, coordination across bureaucratic boundaries or still significant silos and turf struggles? With the vast majority of the nation’s infrastructure controlled by the private sector, how can government (Federal, State and Local) and corporations successfully collaborate on a significant scale? Chairman Jack Lichtenstein Director Government Affairs and Public Policy ASIS International Richard B. Cooper Business Liaison Director Private Sector U.S. Department of Homeland Security Eric White Director, Global Readiness, Homeland Security, and Travel Safety Wal-Mart Stores Inc. Integration and / or Convergence? Designs to Link Physical and IT Security Concurrent Session E2: 2:15 - 3:30 pm Integration is a “hot” topic, triggering challenging questions such as: What’s the optimum organizational structure for security / BC? What are the essential components and processes of each function, what’s their interdependence, and who “owns” them? Where should the Security function reside in the organization? How can a firm enhance communication and coordination even without integration? What’s the case against integration? How do you integrate IT Security into the management process? Register Online www.conference-board.org/security.htm
    • Corporate Security Chairman Bryan S. Ware Chief Executive Officer and Chief Scientist Digital Sandbox, Inc. Matt J. Dircks Vice President Security Management Products NetiQ Break: 3:30 - 3:45 pm Concurrent Sessions (F1 or F2) with case studies: 3:45 - 5 pm (Choose one) The Business Case for Security/Business Continuity Concurrent Session F1: 3:45 - 5 pm The “business case” for security is a critical factor in winning support from the C-suite for security initiatives. This panel will discuss the views of CFO’s concerning which aspects of the business case for security are most and least persuasive to senior corporate management. The perspective of corporate security directors will also be examined with regard to issues of risk management and return on investment. Chairman Timothy T. Janes Director Corporate Security Services Capital One Financial Corporation Thomas E. Cavanagh Senior Research Associate Global Corporate Citizenship and Council Representative Council of Corporate Security Executives The Conference Board To register today, call Customer Service at 212 339 0345
    • November 17 - 18, 2005 Crisis Leadership and Strategic Communications: Promoting Strategic Recovery Concurrent Session F2: 3:45 - 5 pm At the heart of any crisis response are strategic decisions and communications that will represent your “defining moments.” These strategic components have the critical power to bring you and your organization swiftly toward successful crisis resolution or they can spiral you deeper into entanglements that increase the damage. This session will provide take-and-use skills for making the right decisions and communicating them during high consequence crisis situations. Chairman Bruce T. Blythe Chief Executive Officer Crisis Management International, Inc. Vincent T. Covello Director Center for Risk Communication and Author, Handbook on Communicating Effectively in Emergencies Richard C. Hyde Executive Vice President and U.S. Director of Crisis Communications Hill & Knowlton Networking Cocktail Reception: 5 - 6:30 pm Hosted by: Register Online www.conference-board.org/security.htm
    • Corporate Security Friday, November 18, 2005 Continental Breakfast: 7:30 - 8:30 am Corporate Crime and Corruption: Influencing Integrity Compliance General Session G: 8:30 - 9:30 am Although not a new phenomenon, crime and corruption within the corporation have increased in scale and complexity in recent years. From the huge scandals at Enron, Global Crossing, WorldCom and Tyco to cases of fraud, pilferage, money laundering, workplace violence, racketeering and drug trafficking, crime and corruption penetrate the entire company: the factory, warehouse, supply chain and Boardroom. Learn how companies successfully recognize and deal with: • Theft, pilferage, product tampering, counterfeiting, embezzlement, arson, fraud and money laundering • Extortion, kidnapping, organized and white-collar crime • Inculcating a sense of values, ethics and integrity (i.e. a “moral compass”) in the corporate culture through codes of conduct, training, whistle- blowing, etc. to contain and expose crime and corruption • Legal, ethical and regulatory compliance and limiting liability: How, especially in the wake of Sarbanes-Oxley, transparency, values and integrity provide a competitive edge in increasing shareholder value Chairman Weldon L. Kennedy Vice Chairman Guardsmark, LLC Former Deputy Director U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation Francis D’Addario Vice President Partner and Asset Protection Starbucks Coffee Company and Author, Loss Prevention through Crime Analysis Garry Mathiason Senior Partner Littler Mendelson To register today, call Customer Service at 212 339 0345
    • November 17 - 18, 2005 Networking Break: 9:30 - 10 am Natural and Random Disasters: The Corporate Response General Session H: 10 - 11:30 am From earthquakes and power blackouts to the SARS and HIV/AIDS epidemics, corporations, and their workforces, are constantly at risk. Infrastructure and the supply chain remain vulnerable. Traditional emergency management and Business Continuity systems are not enough. Learn to anticipate, evaluate and confront: • “Acts of God,” from tsunamis, earthquakes, explosions and floods to hurricanes, fires and famine • Health threats: Infectious diseases, viruses, pneumonic plague, asbestos, lead poisoning, pesticides, drugs, alcohol and tobacco abuse • Food security: contamination — (e.g. e-coli, superbacteria, foot-and- mouth disease, anthrax) in the global supply chain — from production, packaging and transportation to distribution and retail • Nuclear, chemical and oil spills and contamination, environmental degradation (e.g. air and water pollution), toxic waste and increasing climate change Chairman Dr. Mark Sanna Senior Director Global Security Kraft Foods, Inc. R.P. Eddy Managing Director Security Information Services Gerson Lehrman Group and Former Director of Counterterrorism & National Security Council, The White House Register Online www.conference-board.org/security.htm
    • Corporate Security Threats to the Global Corporation: Security and Business Continuity Strategies General Session I: 11:30 am - 12:30 pm Companies operating across borders confront unique and complex challenges requiring specially tailored and sophisticated strategies and their effective implementation. In security and BC management, especially overseas, one size does not fit all. From counterfeiting and kidnapping to money laundering, intellectual piracy or anti-globalization protests, the global firm requires special knowledge, intelligence and personnel within its security/BC operations. Discover how to: • Harmonize corporate policies and procedures while taking into account regional, national and local cultural factors • Coordinate, collaborate and communicate across functions, divisions and borders • Assess and predict macro-economic and geo-political events and trends including war, terrorism, riots, boycotts, demonstrations, espionage and piracy • Install and implement effective policies and procedures for executive travel overseas, kidnapping, ransom and hostage taking Chairman Frank Schurgers Managing Director Prevent AG Former Director Crisis and Security Management Imperial Tobacco Group/REEMTSMA Hamburg, Germany To register today, call Customer Service at 212 339 0345
    • November 17 - 18, 2005 David Lattin Director Specialty Underwriting Financial and Professional Services The St. Paul Travelers Companies David R. Saenz Director Worldwide Security Levi Strauss & Company Adjournment: 12:30 pm Register Online www.conference-board.org/security.htm
    • Corporate Security Companies and Organizations Represented at our 2004 Corporate Security, Business Continuity & Crisis Management Conference (partial listing): Abbott Laboratories Harris Corporation ADP IBM Corporation Aetna, Inc. International Monetary Fund AIG John Hancock Financial Services, Inc. Altria Group, Inc. Johnson & Johnson Amerada Hess Corporation Ketchum American Standard Companies Lincoln National Corporation Arrow Electronics, Inc. Maersk Inc. AT&T Major League Baseball Avaya Inc. Marathon Oil Corporation Avon Products, Inc. Marriott International Bell Labs-Lucent Technologies Microsoft Corporation BellSouth Corporation Motorola BP America, Inc. New York University Business Executives for National Security Occidental Petroleum Corporation Chubb Corporation Pfizer Inc. Cingular Wireless Polo Ralph Lauren CNA Insurance PSEG Services Corporation Colgate-Palmolive Company Ricoh Corporation Convergys Corporation Robert Wood Johnson Foundation DaimlerChrysler Corporation Southern Company Dartmouth College State Farm Insurance Companies Deloitte & Touche Tohmatsu Sunoco, Inc. Delta Air Lines, Inc. Talbots, Inc. Duke Energy Corporation The Dow Chemical Company DuPont The World Bank Group First Data Corporation Time Warner Cable FMC Technologies, Inc. U.S. Chamber of Commerce Ford Motor Company U.S. Department of Homeland Security Genentech, Inc. U.S. Senate General Dynamics Corporation UST, Inc. Guardsmark, LLC Visa International To register today, call Customer Service at 212 339 0345
    • Registration Information The 2005 Corporate Security, Business Continuity and Crisis Management Conference Online www.conference-board.org/security.htm By Phone Call Customer Service at 212 339 0345 8 am to 6 pm ET Monday through Friday By Fax Complete the registration form and fax to: 212 836 9740 By Mail Complete the registration form and mail to: The Conference Board, Inc. P.O. Box 4026, Church Street Station New York, NY 10261-4026 Cancellation Policy Full refund until three weeks before the meeting. $250 administration fee up to two weeks before the meeting. No refund later than two weeks before the meeting. Confirmed registrants who fail to attend and do not cancel prior to the meeting will be charged the entire registration fee. Team Discounts per person For a team of two or more registering from the same company at the same time, take another $100 off each person’s registration. Hotel Accommodations Fees do not include hotel accommodations. For reservations, contact the hotel directly no later than the cut-off date and mention The Conference Board’s Corporate Security, Business Continuity & Crisis Management Conference. Westin New York at Times Square 270 West 43rd Street New York, NY 10036 Tel: 212 201 2700 Fax: 212 201 2701 Cut-off Date: October 26, 2005 Unconditional Guarantee For more than 80 years, The Conference Board has been providing senior executives worldwide with opportunities to share practical business experience. If for any reason you are not satisfied with this conference, please let us know. We will immediately credit your attendance to another conference of your choice, or, if you prefer, promptly refund 100% of your registration fee.
    • Registration Form The 2005 Corporate Security, Business Continuity and Crisis Management Conference November 17 - 18, 2005 Westin New York at Times Square New York, NY Please type or attach a business card; for additional registrants, duplicate this form. Name ____________________________________________________________________ Title ______________________________________________________________________ Functional Area ____________________________________________________________ Company _________________________________________________________________ Address ___________________________________________________________________ City _______________________________________ State ___________ Zip ___________ Telephone ( ) __________________________ Fax ( ) __________________________ E-mail ____________________________________________________________________ Please select your preferred Concurrent Sessions. Thursday, November 17, 2005 E1 or E2 choose one F1 or F2 choose one Conference (922006-3) Conference Board Associates, ASIS, BENS, & ISMA Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,995 Non-Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$2,295 Member of: ASIS International (ASIS) Business Executives for National Security (BENS) International Security Management Society (ISMA) The Conference Board Payment Check payable to The Conference Board for $_________________________________. Charge to my: American Express Discover MasterCard Visa Acct. No. ______________________________________________ Exp. Date ___________ Signature _________________________________________________ Date ___________ Please send me more information on Conference Board events. (Do not send this form to confirm telephone registration.) How do you wish to receive future conference promotions? Mail Fax E-mail Agenda Code Program subject to change August 2005