Stulberg Participates in Deloitte, Invesco Panels on Strategic Intelligence
Adam Stulberg, Sam Nunn Professor and Chair in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, participated in a series of virtual panels entitled “Strategic intelligence: The key to business risk and resilience.” The series, hosted by Deloitte & Touche LLP and Invesco, gives panelists the chance to discuss evolutions in the risks that companies around the world face, as well as companies’ increasing use of global strategic intelligence to mitigate them.
The series consisted of five panels; a recording of each is live now. The panels were also discussed in an article published Jan. 18 in Deloitte's Risk and Compliance Journal (as well as its CFO Journal and CIO Journal), part of The Wall Street Journal. Stulberg was quoted in the piece discussing how the evolving risk landscape makes companies both targets and instruments influenced by a myriad out outside factors.
Marianne Nichols, head of Invesco's global intelligence and threat analysis group, discussed how the company is trying to achieve its own strategic business goals by monitoring potential threats around the world. Nichols is currently teaching a mini-mester at Georgia Tech on global strategic intelligence.
Stulberg also spoke on corporate risk in another article published in the Risk and Compliance Journal in April.
"Organizations can find themselves in the crosshairs of theft and disruption efforts where they are serving as conduits for broader state policies and strategies, not just end points for theft of information or financial gain," he said.