CSO 360 Resilience Dinner Roundtable

Thursday 16 May 2024, 17:30-21:30 | Princess Ida and Patience Room, The Savoy, London

Welcome to CSO the 360 Resilience Roundtable 2024!

Crucial Trends to Build Organisational Resilience in 2024 and Beyond

Organisational resilience remains a strategic imperative, growing in importance as businesses face threats from cybercrime, climate change, severe weather and political instabilities. Security Professionals must not only protect their employees but also position the organisation itself to remain resilient. Learn real-world advice, first-hand insights on the challenges we face and share strategies on how we can overcome them.

Sponsored by Everbridge, hosted by Pulse Conferences, we hope that you will participate in the discussion on how Directors of Corporate Security, Resilience, Investigations and Intelligence are building organisational resilience in 2024!

We hope that you can join security peers for what promises to be a dynamic discussion held under The Chatham House Rule, as well as top culinary experiences and great company at The Savoy London.

Key talking points include:

  • Best practices and lessons learned in developing a robust and reliable resilience plan
  • New perspectives of organisational resilience and business continuity in a hybrid working environment
  • The complex process of enhancing/connecting digital and physical security and safety throughout your business

Timings, Thursday 16 May 2024

  • 17:30-18:30: Guests arrive to welcome drinks
  • 18:30-21:15: Discussion and three-course dinner
  • 21:15-21:30: Conclusions


  • Conducted under The Chatham House Rule.
  • Co-chaired by a leading Chief Security Officer.
  • Pulse Conferences is your Master of Ceremonies.
  • There is no cost to attend.
  • Places around the table are limited.
  • Please R.S.V.P. to ensure attendance.

Sponsored by Everbridge

Everbridge (NASDAQ: EVBG) empowers enterprises and government organizations to anticipate, mitigate, respond to, and recover stronger from critical events. In today’s unpredictable world, resilient organizations minimize impact to people and operations, absorb stress, and return to productivity faster when deploying critical event management (CEM) technology. Everbridge digitizes organizational resilience by combining intelligent automation with the industry’s most comprehensive risk data to Keep People Safe and Organizations Running™.

Program and Speakers

Group Discussion Co-Steered by: 

Owen Miles

Field CTO CEM, Everbridge

Owen Miles has worked for Everbridge for over 12 years and within the operational resilience and Critical Event Management space for over 20 years. Owen has spent 7 years focused on the delivery of the Everbridge Critical Event Management platform to customers. Having worked with over 800 customers across multiple industries, Owen brings years of experience in enhancing operational resilience.

Recent Co-Chairs of CSO 360 Resilience Roundtables

Richard Zijdemans

Director Global Security EMEA, APAC & Greater China, Medtronic

Richard is a corporate security specialist with a broad experience in Physical and IT security, Investigations and the development… read more 

Crawford Robinson

Group Head of Security & Investigations, British American Tobacco

Crawford is Group Head of Security & Investigations at British American Tobacco, a consumer goods and tobacco company ranked… read more

Mark Wolsey

Director of Global Security, CRH

After 25 years’ service as an officer in the Royal Marines, Mark made the transition into Corporate Security in 2006. He has been the Director of … read more

Venue information


The Savoy London, The Strand, WC2R 0EZ London

Looking across Embankment Gardens towards the River Thames and with an excellent view of the iconic Westminster Bridge, this gracious Edwardian-style private dining room in London can be configured in a variety of layouts, making it ideally suited for small to medium sized lunches or receptions, a cocktail party or private afternoon tea, and formal or informal dining occasions. Princess Ida & Patience can be combined with the adjacent private room Pinafore, via a connecting door, if greater floorspace is necessary.

Named after the eighth and sixth Savoy Operas, Princess Ida & Patience started life as two of the original private rooms when The Savoy opened in 1889, but the dividing wall was removed in 1935. After several decades of modern redecoration, a major restoration in the late 1990s drew inspiration from original archive photographs of both rooms dated 1906, and the room now reflects its delightful Edwardian heritage. Visit website

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