According to the ISRM, artificial intelligence is revolutionising how we forecast, model and manage risk. In 2023, the for this year’s virtual conference, the organisation will be inviting speakers and attendees to discuss AI’s growing role in risk management from a range of perspectives.
Titled The State of AI in Risk Management, and taking place virtually on Zoom, November 21 – 22, the conference will explore the latest trends and developments in AI-powered risk management, addressing both opportunities and challenges in global threat environments and decision-making strategies for businesses.
In a statement the organisers said: “We are excited to reveal our global line-up of panelists who will share their insights on AI governance, AI and the evolution of mega projects in the 21st century, and more.”
Speakers will include:
- Mick O’Connell, Senior Law Enforcement Consultant at UNICRI (United Nations Interregional Crime and Justice Research Institute)
- Dr Nourhan Moussa, Senior Legal Specialist in Cybercrime & International Law at USAID
- Hart Brown, Chief Executive Officer at Future Point of View
- Tawfeeq Alsadoon, Group Head of Security at Red Sea Global
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to engage with the industry leaders and add your voice to the conversation!
Mick O’Connell is an executive with wide international expertise, diplomacy and cultural awareness, ISRM says. He has held leadership roles in diverse organisational models, including at INTERPOL, focusing on business strategy, risk mitigation and growth. As the founder of Critical Insights Consultancy, he offers global independent consulting, providing insights and guidance for digital age business transformation, emphasising sustainability and net zero goals. ISRM says that that he excels in bridging ethical technology innovation between public and private sectors, addressing ESG concerns. He specialises in threat/risk mitigation, big data, business intelligence, crisis response and disaster recovery. His experience encompasses tackling security threats, organised crime and terrorism, and he has developed global border security solutions using advanced biometrics and technology.
Dr Nourhan N. Moussa is a highly accomplished legal professional with over 15 years’ worth of experience in the Egyptian legal system as a Law Professor and Legal Advisor, the ISRM says. She has also gained international experience by working on several international projects with UN Women, UNDP, UNFPA, EU, and USAID. Dr. Moussa has worked as a Legal Consultant with the American Bar Association and The National Council for Women. She now serves as the Managing Partner for AGM Consultancy, and has demonstrated her exceptional leadership skills and expertise in the legal industry. Her extensive knowledge and experience have earned her a reputation as a trusted advisor and consultant for governmental bodies, businesses, and parliament members. Dr. Moussa holds different degrees, enhancing her knowledge in Technology, International Law, IPR, and business.
Hart S. Brown is a renowned expert in risk governance and resilience, with over 25 years of international experience in both public and private sectors. As CEO and Security & Risk Practice Lead at Future Point of View, he guides organisations in long-term strategic planning. Brown has a rich background, including roles in merger & acquisition strategies, an IPO and establishing specialised consulting practices. He is known for his work as a futurist and board advisor, managing crisis responses to major global events and advising boards on emerging risks like AI and quantum computing.
Tawfeeq Alsadoon is an experienced Executive Director with a demonstrated history of working in the field of safety, security, and government relations. According to the ISRM, he is skilled in Negotiation, Operations Management, Strategic Planning, and Strategy. He is a strong professional with a Diploma security studies focused in Public Security from King Fahd Security College.
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