Friday 20th March. Join the live discussion from 12:00-13:00!

The Chief Security Officers’ practical response:
What are companies doing now to reduce the impact of coronavirus, build resilience and continue business operations?

CSOs and senior security and resilience practitioners and luminaries are invited to join this live panel discussion that will be broadcast from a studio in London.
Kindly inspired by and sponsored by LaFargeHolcim, the case study and discussion with remote Q&A is hosted as a not for profit activity by Pulse Conferences to support the CSO 360 community. We hope you find this a useful way to connect with peers during these challenging times.

Why Join?

  • Learn from best practices in resilience and recovery planning for coronavirus and benchmark with forward planners like LaFargeHolcim
  • Share your own experiences on what is working with other large corporates and also to assist SMEs in their planning – join the live Q&A and/or submit a video!
  • Consider regulatory the red flags and legal pitfalls to watch out for on data security compliance; information sharing; privacy and monitoring of employees. Easily overlooked in a crisis!
  • Stay connected with fellow CSO peers during these testing times! Subject to demand, we will offer follow up discussions for CSOs throughout this period



Welcome and Introductions


Case Study – Resilience and recovery: best practice plans and actions. What is working, what isn’t
LaFargeHolcim will share key learnings from planning and actions taken to date to reduce the impact of coronavirus and to continue business operations globally.
 Taking the approach of people first; Working with the virus not against it; Critical sharing on how to upscale for delivery

  • Cedrick Moriggi, Chief Security Officer (CSO) / Global Head of Security and Resilience, LafargeHolcim
  • Richard FitzHugh, Head of Business Resilience, LafargeHolcim


Panel and Live Q&A: As CSOs, what are we doing now to minimise impact and to continue business operations?
CSOs and resilience professionals are dealing with the fast-moving threat landscape and are currently building resilience and recovery strategies from the coronavirus that is hitting every organisation. Compare approaches in the context of this evolving black swan event. Practical sharing on regional and industry perspectives and experiences.

  • Duty of care and human risk – evacuations, keeping families safe
  • Travel risk planning – what is working, what isn’t
  • Building supply chain resilience – what can we do now?
  • Managing manipulation of information and news events – disinformation, misinformation
  • Key legal considerations – information sharing and privacy perspective
  • Are we seeing a wave of fresh criminal scams yet that leverage the virus?
  • Recovery planning now, first mover positions – what’s next?
  • How do we ensure focus on the right priorities?

Panellists including:

  • Cedrick Moriggi, Chief Security Officer (CSO) / Global Head of Security and Resilience, LafargeHolcim
  • Richard FitzHugh, Head of Business Resilience, LafargeHolcim
  • Jonathan Armstrong, Partner, Cordery,
  • Head Resilience, Visa

PLUS: Video contributions: CSOs representing Hotels; Retail; Banking; Transport (Aviation/Ships); Manufacturing


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Participate as a Speaker – record and upload your video statement!

You are invited to record and submit a short (1 -3 minute) video statement to share top tactics and strategies and key learnings on how you are currently managing
business operation at your company. We will select videos and integrate them into the live discussion. Please send this to us by Thursday 19th March at the latest.

A Few Tips

Record the video from your phone or computer.
Try to find a quiet, well-lit spot and consider what is visible in the background, especially if you are recording at home.
It may also help to write your thoughts down before pushing the record button but there is no need to be too scripted. You are living and breathing this.

Alternatively, please send your written contributions and/ or questions that you would like the studio panel to cover by email:
On the day of the webinar you can also contribute to the live online Q&A. Please register here.

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