With security as the topic and high-ranking government officials as panelists, the level of trust needed to be high from the start.
What if collectively, we all thought of the entire globe as the enterprise we have to protect, rather than the narrow lens of our individual companies or institutions? What if we shed the “us vs. them” mentality and made a commitment to free the web of nefarious activity, turning the entire global network into a safe place to communicate, collaborate, transact and educate? This concept, dubbed “Globe as Enterprise” by the Global Center for Cybersecurity at Cortex (GCC), is bold and audacious and the launch of it required partners to be secure in their own right, and aligned with their vision for the cybersecurity industry.
ADM Productions was just that partner, trusted by the founders, members and participants of the GCC to produce and broadcast its NetMeasure Conference – the inaugural event for the newly-formed consortium.
With pillars that include collaboration, development of a diverse and inclusive workforce and innovation, it’s not difficult to see the synergies that made the GCC – ADM partnership work, but with security as the topic and high-ranking government officials as panelists, the level of trust needed to be high from the start – and ADM delivered.
The two-hour event featured two keynote speakers and two panels filled with luminaries from the cybersecurity industry and other important partners who are providing support for the mission of GCC. The larger panel, entitled “Globe as Enterprise” and moderated skillfully by Tony Spinelli, CIO of Urban one, also included Chris Inglis, Former Deputy Director of the National Security Agency; Steve Hill, Global Head of Operational Resilience at Credit Suisse and formerly British National Security Advisor; Phil Reilly, Former CIA Afghanistan Station Chief; Paddy McGuiness, Former UK Deputy National Security Advisor and the honorable James R. Clapper, Former US Director of National Intelligence.
Thank you, ADM, for shepherding us through our first big event! Your precision, attention to detail and expertise gave our members and panelists – including some high-ranking former government officials – confidence that they were in good hands the entire way through. We look forward to a long and productive partnership as we drive forward and expand the reach of the GCC.
To keep the audience engaged, attendees entered via a fully branded and designed lobby experience, leveraged the chat feature, polling and emoji interactions. They also had an opportunity to visit an expo hall before and after the event to interact directly with GCC partners and members.
At the end of the day, we didn’t just support this conference as a trusted partner, we also learned and gained confidence from it. At ADM, create a secure environment for our clients -many in regulated industries- to communicate proprietary information to members, employees and clients. This partnership has us thinking a little differently about what true security means from a global perspective. We intend to collaborate with any initiatives relevant to the efforts of the GCC as we move forward. It’s not just good for our clients and our business, it’s good for advancing global security.
ADM was a world-class production partner, able to translate our message to diverse, intergenerational and global audiences across time zones and around the world. The platform and tools used for user engagement exceeded even what we would have hoped to achieve in a live event. Thanks, ADM!
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About the Global Center for Cybersecurity at Cortex
Established in 2021 in St. Louis, MO, The Global Center for Cybersecurity at Cortex (GCC) exists to reverse a trend in cybercrime, while correcting inequities in talent that cannot be accomplished by any one group, organization or country. It operates under the premise that it must be done globally by the cybersecurity industry itself to be sustainable.