Cybersecurity & Information Environment Webinars

In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, JMark Services began a Cybersecurity & Information Environment (CIE) Webinar Series. We develop quarterly themes and monthly topics to discuss locally relevant, globally significant issues of our time.

Topics will be advertised here, on the JMark Services Facebook page, on the JMark Services LinkedIn page, and on the JMark@jmarkservices Twitter account. The most recent recorded session is posted on the JMark Services website under News.

Webinar summaries are provided below.

2020 Q2 ThemeBusiness Continuity, Disruption & Survival

April: Disinformation & Impact on Decision-making: 4/30/20, recorded/posted here at 10AM MST
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May: Coronavirus Impact on Supply Chains & Implications: 5/28/20, recorded/posted here at 10AM MST
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June: Business Continuity & Web-based Technologies: 6/26/20, 10AM MST
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2020 Q3 ThemeCompliance & Business Strategies

July: Pandemic-related Government Compliance Initiatives: 7/23/20, recorded/posted here at 10AM MST
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August: Complying & Thriving in a Hyper-Competitive Information Environment, 8/28/20, recorded/posted here at 3PM MST
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September: Combined Effects & Business Strategies, TBD

Cybersecurity & Information Environment Think Tank

JMark Services also promotes dialogue with the Colorado Springs business community by hosting a Cybersecurity & Information Environment (CIE) Think Tank. Our collective purpose is to develop thought leadership in cybersecurity and the information environment. 

At our inaugural meeting, we established the following principles for the forum: 

1. Remain fresh with challenging new ideas

2. Encourage free idea exchanges

3. Maintain a flat organizational chart

4. Provide a strong feedback loop to encourage contribution

5. Create people partnerships

6. Define success measurements

7. Be introspective and challenge the value of the output

8. Offer innovative solutions to topical issues

Our first task is to characterize a complex local problem, deconstruct it into components, analyze interactions, and reconstruct the challenge to present holistic solutions.