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Knoxville Executive Forum: “Understanding and Protecting Against Cyber Risk” with Daniel Wagner
March 29, 2018 @ 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm
After attending this workshop, you may never go online again.
The 21st Century is getting real, and there are things you may not know about cyber risk that can put you out of business. So we’ve invited author, speaker, and expert on current affairs and risk management Daniel Wagner to Knoxville for his engaging workshop, “Understanding and Protecting Against Cyber Risk.”
Summarizing important points from his new book, Virtual Terror,Daniel will introduce you to a world you did not know existed. You’ll walk away from this talk with concrete things you can do to craft your response to the growing threats posed by cyber risk—for yourself and for your company.
At this event you’ll also find out why some of Knoxville’s top CEOs and executives turn to Vistage peer advisory groups to improve themselves and their companies. You’ll discover:
- The power of honest, agenda-free perspectives from a sounding board of seasoned executives in non-competing industries
- Solutions to critical decisions so you can accomplish more, fix internal issues, or avoid costly mistakes, and
- How Vistage member companies consistently outperform their competition.
This exclusive event is limited to qualified business owners, CEOs, presidents, and senior-level executives. Nonprofit leaders who qualify are also welcomed to attend. A networking reception with beverages will follow the workshop.
Click here to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/knoxville-executive-forum-registration-43493293612
About Daniel Wagner
Mr. Wagner is the founder and CEO of Country Risk Solutions. He has three decades of experience managing cross-border risk, including a dozen years of underwriting experience with AIG, the Asian Development Bank, and World Bank Group, and as a corporate risk manager for GE. Daniel has lectured at more than 15 universities around the world, is a regular speaker at conferences, and a frequent commentator on global affairs in visual media. He holds master’s degrees in international relations from the University of Chicago and in international business from the American Graduate School of International Management (Thunderbird).