Ilya Umanskiy

Director, CCG Resilience

Ilya has many grateful clients in multiple countries around the world.  His work has touched a wide spectrum of resilience factors, including:

  • threat and vulnerability assessments
  • risk management framework development
  • design and implementation of technological, physical, and operational asset protection controls
  • incident management

Here are just a few of his past accomplishments:

  • Security redesign project lead for the UN HQ in New York City: access control, video surveillance, blast protection, information protection
  • Threat and vulnerability assessment for one of the world’s top international law firms. He found critical vulnerabilities in protection of information on leased desktop computers and in financial instruments.
  • Helped a sovereign wealth fund mitigate information protection vulnerabilities after several incidents
  • Enabled a high net-worth family with recommendations for better protection of their reputation, lifestyle, and residence. Found shortcomings in protection of privacy, travel, and electronic security systems
  • Advised a government agency on risk management for an upcoming transportation project
  • Helped remove a rogue executive and resolve a 3-day plant siege for a client in the manufacturing sector
  • Developed an intellectual property protection framework for a large multinational corporation
  • Helped Philippine government investigate causes of a fatal explosion at a large residential complex and improve the systems of prevention and incident response

Ilya believes that resilience can be achieved by aligning organization’s culture, processes, and resources with in-depth understanding of mission-critical assets and risks facing the organization’s objectives.

To learn more about Ilya, please consider the following talks and presentations:

The Rise of Resilience

A Failure to Plan (with Sean A. Ahrens)

The Generalist Webcast



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