Building a crisis resistant security strategy. A Booking.com case study

June 24, 2021

How can global security leaders and their organisations protect employee wellbeing and business continuity? During this Virtual Round Table, Jeroen van der Vaart will take you through the efforts Booking.com took to stay on top of the game in managing the current pandemic while dealing with other global events such as the DC Riots, the Coup in Myanmar and Extreme Weather events like in Texas.

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Speaker

Jeroen van der Vaart

Head of Global Security & Resilence

As Head of Global Security & Resilience for Booking.com, Jeroen van der Vaart is responsible for the overall leadership of the Global Security and Business Resilience programs committed to protect Booking’s people, customers, partners and the company’s reputation. Jeroen holds a strong mix of public and private security experience as he served, amongst others, in the Royal Dutch Army and the Dutch National Police with a key focus on Crisis Management, Tactical Operations, Investigations and Management & Control.

Company

Booking.com has more than 18,500 employees and 200 offices in 70 countries. The Global Security & Resilience Department is responsible for protecting all these people.

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Topic

With today’s extreme circumstances testing the ability of businesses to operate and manage rapid change in times of (financial) uncertainty, how can global security leaders and their organisations maintain employee wellbeing and business continuity?

Jeroen Van der Vaart will highlight how he adjusted the team pace at Booking.com, moving from a sprint to a marathon mentality while staying connected remotely. In the process of adapting to the longevity of the pandemic the team became a critical business partner and enabler to the wider organisation.

Program

16:55 hour | Dial-in
17:00 hour | Start Virtual Round Table
17:20 hour | Keynote Jeroen van der Vaart
17:50 hour | Discussion and Q&A
18:30 hour | End

Audience

Directors on Operations, Risk, Finance, Security Business Continuity & Resilience”

Main language

English

Conditions

  • Participants have to meet the previously described target audience.
  • If applicable, our partners will be presented with every application.
  • During all our sessions, the Chatham House Rule applies. This means that the participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. This means that no report, no photos and no recordings are made of the meeting. The presentation will also not be distributed to the participants afterwards.
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