Precision-Guided Podcast: Bringing National Security Insight into the Private Sector with Mark Freedman

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There have never been as many security issues facing American business as there are today. Threats from international insecurity, great power competition, and new tools like cyber and AI that allow malign actors to destabilize from a distance face nations and companies alike. This trend is especially concerning given the outsized private ownership of critical infrastructure like energy, water, and transportation that underpins the American way of life. 

Given these threats, how are conceptions of corporate security evolving? How are American businesses understanding their role in safeguarding national security? What is the proper posture of government to work with the private industry to ensure resilience? 

To answer these questions and more, check out our latest episode, where host Gareth Smythe sits down with Mark Freedman, the Founder and CEO of Rebel Global Security. Rebel is an innovative kind of security risk management consultancy that leverages Mark’s experience working at high levels within the national security community to assist businesses in becoming more aware of the threat landscape and empowered to address it.

Mark Freedman is the Founder and CEO of Rebel Global Security where he leverages his strategy consulting, security management, and national security experience to help clients develop a stronger security posture. Prior to founding Rebel, he worked for Deloitte Consulting’s strategy practice and as Associate Director for National Security at Xcelerate Solutions. For almost a decade, Mark was a strategic planner with the U.S. Department of State where he also served as Chief of Staff to the Ambassador-at-Large for Counterterrorism. Mark is a Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Certified Information Security Manager (CISM), and a member of the ASIS Steering Committee on Enterprise Security Risk Management.

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