iJET International (iJET), a leading integrated risk management provider, is pleased to announce that its Organizational Resilience Manager, Michael D. Payne has been named a Risk & Insurance Magazine “Risk All Stars” award winner. Each year, Risk & Insurance selects winners in the risk management industry who “stand out from their peers by overcoming challenges through exceptional problem-solving, creativity, perseverance and passion.”
Michael was recognized among top industry professionals for his excellent leadership, problem-solving and business continuity management during iJET’s relocation to its new headquarters building in Annapolis, MD, in late 2014. Michael was instrumental in transitioning all client-facing systems to the new location without any business or client disruption. This challenge included moving iJET’s Global Integrated Operations Center – the company’s intelligence and operations core, responsible for helping over 600 clients avoid threats, mitigate risk and protect their people, assets, and reputation.
Michael Payne serves as the Organizational Resilience Manager at iJET and is responsible for both internal and client planning, risk analysis, evaluations, systems design, training and emergency assistance. Michael joined iJET in 2013 with a long career managing integrated operations and designing and implementing physical and cyber security systems for critical infrastructure and key resources. His background also includes a career in the US Army with extensive Special Forces experience in intelligence, engineering, operations and anti/counterterrorism.
Michael is an ASIS International Certified Protection Professional and a Disaster Recovery Institute International (DRII) Certified Business Continuity Professional. As a voting member of ASTM International, Michael applies his knowledge and experience to assist in establishing international standards for the organization’s Homeland Security Applications and Security Systems/Equipment Committees.
Risk All Stars award winners are announced in the September 15, 2015, issue of Risk & Insurance and featured on the publication website.
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