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Charles Plummer

Helping restructure a university’s nearly $6 billion budget during a recession gave charles an opportunity to hone his ability of creative problem-solving and spotting hidden solutions. his clients value his approach of doing what’s right above all else in business. prior to joining infoedge, he worked at a boutique strategic consulting firm providing insights in a variety of areas, from energy and big data analytics to mortgage finance. he also worked to develop quantitative risk models for financial services clients in addition to helping them deploy capital to meet their unique needs. charles holds a master’s degree from the university of washington, and a bachelor’s from the college of william and mary. at infoedge he continues to develop creative solutions based on quantitative rigor and a keen sense of his clients needs.

Recent Posts

Thank you!  Three ways to enhance access management and reduce risk that will have your users more than grateful…

Posted by Charles Plummer on Jan 10, 2018 2:46:33 PM

Embrace the new NIST Digital Identity Guidelines to better manage access management risks. By doing so your organization can manage costs and enhance digital and physical security. The secret lies in three basic principles.

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Topics: digital security, digital identity

Part Two: Managing Reputational Risk in an Era of the Unthinkable: The Brand Implications of Major Breaches in Physical and Information Security

Posted by Charles Plummer on Dec 21, 2017 10:18:00 AM

 

In the first part of this two-part series, we discussed how the reputational impact of major breaches in physical or information security can be managed to protect a company’s bottom line. This second part looks a little further ahead to evaluate how a company’s costs are impacted by such risks and can be managed to preserve profitability.

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Topics: Risk Management, Quantifying Risk, Brand Impact, reputational risk, enterprise risk management, Brand Value, Risk Impact

Part One: Managing Reputational Risk in an Era of the Unthinkable: The Brand Implications of Major Breaches in Physical and Information Security

Posted by Charles Plummer on Dec 20, 2017 1:06:49 PM

 

We live in an era of sometimes unfathomable risk.  From the November 2015 attacks in Paris that left 130 victims dead to the deep breach at Equifax that exposed 145 million consumers’ most intimate data, people, places, and companies are dealing with the unexpected every day, and one of the primary repercussions is to the integrity of their brands.

 

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Topics: Risk Management, Quantifying Risk, Brand Impact, reputational risk, enterprise risk management, Brand Value, Risk Impact