In this inaugural episode of RANE's Insights on Security Series, the topic is identifying and mitigating exposures to people, places, and critical assets. Chief Security Officer is a mission-critical role for ongoing business continuity and resiliency, and Chief Security Officers face risks that are complex, interdisciplinary, and more challenging than ever before.
Corporate security teams are charged with understanding and protecting against a wide array of threats, and to meet these challenges, they will need access to the latest information, most effective tools, and the right expertise for their particular situation.
In this podcast, RANE Founder David Lawrence sits down with Brian Lynch, who recently joined RANE as the Executive Director of Safety & Security, who shares his perspective on the role and the areas that corporate security teams will need to focus on over the next 6-12 months.
Lynch brings nearly four decades of senior management and executive level experience in the fields of law enforcement, safety, and security to an already extensive team of industry professionals at RANE. Previously, Lynch served as Head of Global Security at Vanguard, where he designed and executed the firm's enterprise-wide Eight Phase Global Security Program as well as a 24x7 global operational model responsible for the identification, analysis, response, and resolution of security incidents. During his tenure in the FBI, Lynch led the Bureau’s efforts in tracking and seizing terrorist funds, resulting in the disruption of terror attacks, and led law enforcement and intelligence efforts at the FBI’s Terrorist Screening Center as Deputy Director of Operations.