approach01 Our mission is to protect the economic and national security of the United States by mitigating systemic risk to the nation’s most critical infrastructure from existing and emerging threats. l arrow r arrow approach01 The ARC facilitates operational collaboration between our members, the U.S. Government, and other key sector partners in a controlled environment where participants can securely collaborate. l arrow r arrow approach01 Together, we conduct analysis of critical systems, assets, and functions;
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approach11 Risk Committee Each sector’s critical systems, assets, and functions are identified and prioritized in a collaborative ARC-facilitated forum—the Risk Committee—that includes ARC members, U.S. Government partners, and other key sector participants. Risk
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approach21 Risk Register This prioritized list of critical systems, assets, and functions—the Risk Register—becomes the foundation for comprehensive analysis to identify resilience measures and develop indications and warning. Risk
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approach31 Risk Initiatives Subject matter experts from across each sector analyze each Risk Register entry through a structured Risk Initiative. Participants identify key residual risk gaps and collectively develop measures to increase the resilience of the critical system, asset, or function being examined. Resilience
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approach41 Resilience Measures Risk Initiative participants incorporate Resilience Measures appropriate to their operating environment to reduce the impact of a disruption to the critical system, asset, or function being examined. Ecosystem Maps
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approach51 Ecosystem Maps & Watch Items Risk Initiatives also produce Ecosystem Maps—multi-layered maps that illustrate the interconnectedness of a critical system, asset, or function—and Watch Items—observable tripwires possibly indicative of threats to a critical system, asset, or function. Both outputs help participants and U.S. Government partners improve intelligence collection and reporting on activity potentially targeting those critical systems, assets or functions. Joint Collection
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approach6 Joint Collection & Analysis ARC members, the U.S. Government, FS-ISAC, and E-ISAC monitor for, analyze, and warn against threats to the critical systems, assets, and functions identified in each sector’s Risk Register. Early
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approach71 Early Warning Joint collection and analysis yields understanding of and early warning against threats to the critical systems, assets, and functions identified in each sector’s Risk Register, reducing the likelihood of a disruption. Joint Collection
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Our Approach Risk
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WHAT WE DO Our Approach
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Risk Committee

Each sector’s critical systems, assets, and functions are identified and prioritized in a collaborative ARC-facilitated forum—the Risk Committee—that includes ARC member firms, U.S. Government partners, and other key sector participants.

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Risk Register

This prioritized list of critical systems, assets, and functions—the Risk Register—becomes the foundation for comprehensive analysis to identify resilience measures and develop indications and warning.

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Risk Initiatives

Subject matter experts from across the sector analyze each Risk Register entry through a structured Risk Initiative. Participants identify key residual risk gaps and collectively develop measures to increase the resilience of the critical system, asset, or function being examined.

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Resilience Measures

Risk Initiative participants incorporate Resilience Measures appropriate to their operating environment to reduce the impact of a disruption to the critical system, asset, or function being examined.

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Ecosystem Maps & Watch Items

Risk Initiatives also produce Ecosystem Maps—multi-layered maps that illustrate the interconnectedness of a critical system, asset, or function—and Watch Items—observable tripwires possibly indicative of threats to a critical system, asset, or function. Both outputs help participants and U.S. Government partners improve intelligence collection and reporting on activity potentially targeting those critical systems, assets or functions.

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Joint Collection & Analysis

ARC member firms, the U.S. Government, FS-ISAC, and E-ISAC monitor for, analyze, and warn against threats to the critical systems, assets, and functions identified in each sector’s Risk Register.

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Early Warning

Joint collection and analysis yields understanding of and early warning against threats to the critical systems, assets, and functions identified in each sector’s Risk Register, reducing the likelihood of a disruption.  

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Todd Sullivan​

Head of Finance Risk Operations/Finance Chief Risk Officer

Todd Sullivan is an experienced Operations and Risk Management professional with over 20 years of experience leading global teams for major financial services organizations across multiple asset classes.

Prior to joining the ARC, Todd served as the Head of Business Unit Risk Management for the Fixed Income Sales and Trading business in the Americas for Morgan Stanley. He led a team responsible for First Line of Defense controls and supervision, Trade and Conduct Surveillance, Operational Risk Management, Audit and Regulatory Engagement, new product and business review and approval and Electronic Trading Risk Management. He served on the Conduct Risk Committee for Fixed Income, the Firm’s Americas Franchise Risk Committee, Operational Risk Oversight Committee, Enterprise Risk Oversight Committee and co-chaired the Residential Mortgage Risk Committee. Prior to his role in the Fixed Income Business, Todd was the global head of Securities Operations across the Institutional Securities Group.  His teams were responsible for all operational support of the cash Equity, Fixed Income, Client and Firm Financing and Syndication businesses. 

Todd joined Morgan Stanley in 2004 after almost 10 years in Operations at Lehman Brothers. Throughout his career, he has served in numerous leadership roles across the industry, serving as the firm’s lead representative on issues such as the redesign of the CDS contract, Central Counterparty Clearing, derivative portfolio compression and serving as the chair of numerous industry efforts through SIFMA/BMA, ISDA and the CUSIP Service Bureau. Todd Chaired the Corporate Credit Markets Operations group at the BMA, served on numerous SIFMA working groups and committees, chaired the Credit Implementation Group at ISDA and has served on the CSB board for more than 10 years (most recently as its Chair).  

Todd holds a Master of Business Administration from New York University’s Stern School of Business with concentrations in Finance and Operations Management, and a Bachelor of Arts from Villanova University. 

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Scott DePasquale

President and CEO

Scott was previously President and CEO of the ARC’s predecessor organization, the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC).

Prior to joining FSARC, Scott was a partner at New York-based venture capital fund Braemar Energy Ventures, where he served on the firm’s investment committee for eight years. Scott also served as Chairman and CEO of Utilidata, Inc., a Braemar portfolio company delivering cybersecurity and digital automation solutions to the power utility sector.

Scott’s career has focused on managing change elements related to commodity, security, and technology development for some of the world’s largest users, suppliers, and financiers of energy. Prior to his role as a venture capitalist at Braemar, Scott was a senior vice president at GE Energy Financial Services, where he led the group’s Boston-based energy technology investments. In this capacity, he worked closely with scientists and engineers across GE’s corporate R&D center, as well as executives from various internal businesses, to identify and commercialize game-changing energy technologies. Before joining General Electric, Scott spent several years managing analytics and dispute resolution for an energy security think tank, working closely with several multinational energy concerns, national oil companies, and governments to resolve issues related to energy security, trade, and risk.

Scott also served as the Chairman of the Rhode Island Cybersecurity Commission, appointed by Governor Gina M. Raimondo, and was a member of the DHS Homeland Security Advisory Council Subcommittee on Cybersecurity. He currently serves on the Board of Trustees for the Naval War College Foundation in Newport, Rhode Island.

Scott holds a Master of Arts in International Relations and Affairs from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University, a Master of Science in Finance from Suffolk University, and a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bryant University.

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Nicole West

Chief Operating Officer

A tech savvy, growth-oriented executive, Nicole has brought strategic leadership for over 25 years to emerging and publicly traded global companies across a number of industries. Her passion for building and growing impactful global businesses is evident by her proven track record of enhancing shareholder value through client centric growth initiatives, leveraging technology and data to drive innovation, driving EBITDA margins through capital efficient and scalable operations, and developing talent and great places to work.

Prior to joining the ARC, Nicole was President of West Advisory, where she helped early stage to middle market firms accelerate smart growth including founding the Washington Metro DC CEO FinTech Roundtable. She also co-founded Luminous Group, LLC, which focused on innovative applications of Blockchain based and other emerging technologies. 

Nicole’s extensive financial services sector experience includes serving as Managing Director at Legg Mason in the office of the Chairman and CEO, Chief of Staff for Global Financial Services and Chief Operating Officer for Capital One Federal Savings Bank at Capital One, Managing Director at Freddie Mac, and Global Head of Financial Services at Laureate International.

Her zeal around creating economic opportunities through global development, entrepreneurship, and education is evident as a board and audit committee member of MPOWER Financing, a leading provider of student loans to international students, an Advisory Board member for Heimdall Data, an application optimization platform for cloud and mobile backend infrastructure, a Board director for St. Mary’s College of Maryland, and a CEO Mentor to social entrepreneurs with The Global Good Fund.

Nicole holds executive certifications in Finance from the Wharton School of Business and Leadership at the Darden School of Business, University of Virginia and graduated with honors from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor in Computer Science, winning the prestigious Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award.

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Chris Button

Chief Intelligence Officer

Chris was previously Director of Intelligence and Chief of Staff of the ARC’s predecessor organization, the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC).

Prior to joining FSARC, Chris was an Executive Director on JPMorgan Chase’s Global Cyber Partnerships & Government Strategy team, where he was responsible for cybersecurity operational collaboration relationships with industry partners and government agencies and a key advocate for the public-private partnerships that underpin the ARC. Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Chris was part of Deloitte’s Federal Cyber Risk practice focused on delivering cybersecurity solutions for the Intelligence Community and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

Chris is a senior fellow at Auburn University’s McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security.

Chris has been a thought leader around government support to critical infrastructure for many years. He served as a senior executive at DHS for ten years in a variety of roles including Chief of Staff of the Office of Intelligence and Analysis, Senior Advisor on cybersecurity policy, and, most recently as DHS’ Director of Cyber Threat Analysis. Chris led the development of many DHS information and intelligence sharing initiatives with the private sector and state and local governments. His Cyber Threat Analysis team developed models for understanding cyber threats to federal networks and critical infrastructure.

Chris is a retired U.S. Coast Guard officer who served in a variety of demanding operational roles, including command at sea conducting law enforcement in the waters off southeast Florida and the Caribbean. He holds a Master of Public Administration from the University of Miami (FL).

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Wayne T. Greene, CISSP

Chief Information Officer

Wayne was previously Chief Information Officer and Chief Security Officer of the ARC’s predecessor organization, the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC).

Wayne has been in the field of information assurance for more than 25 years, spanning careers within the U.S. military, public, and private sectors. Prior to joining FSARC, Wayne was Chief Information Systems Security Officer for KeyPoint Government Solutions, where he was directly responsible for the creation, implementation, management and oversight of the company’s information security and incident response programs. This role included all activity necessary to accredit sensitive U.S. Government networks via the Federal Risk Management Framework’s assessment and authorization process.

Wayne previously served as Chief Information Security Officer and Director of Cyber Security at General Dynamics Corporation with direct executive management oversight of the entire information security program across all domestic and international business lines. In that role, Wayne represented General Dynamics on the Defense Industrial Base Sector Coordinating Council and served on numerous U.S. Government working groups and task forces to define cybersecurity best practices, policies, and disruptive technologies to better protect U.S. national security interests.

Wayne developed his expertise in Information Assurance as a Special Agent within the Federal Bureau of Investigation and as a member of the United States Air Force. Within his bureau career, he was selected for numerous specialty assignments related to foreign counterintelligence and cyber investigative matters, held various supervisory roles, and ultimately served as Head of the FBI Counterintelligence Division’s Cyber and Telecommunications program to counter threats posed by foreign state actors in matters with a counterintelligence and cyber nexus. Wayne has also held positions as a nuclear engineer, petroleum engineer, environmental engineer, and police officer.

Wayne is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional. He is a nuclear engineering graduate and is pursuing advanced degrees in Enterprise Architecture along with Information Assurance and Cybersecurity.

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Bruce J. Walker, JD

Head of Energy Risk Operations/Energy Chief Risk Officer

Prior to joining the ARC, Bruce was nominated by President Trump and unanimously confirmed by the U.S. Senate in 2017 to serve as Assistant Secretary for the Office of Electricity at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). In this capacity, he provided national leadership to enhance our nation’s security for defense critical energy infrastructure and led national research to develop technologies and capabilities to meet this responsibility, including advancing microgrids, high speed/high fidelity sensing and data analytics, and bulk power energy infrastructure modelling. As Assistant Secretary, Bruce initiated and completed various key initiatives, including designating the Critical Defense Facilities and their associated Defense Critical Electric Infrastructure throughout the United States and its territories, the creation of the North American Energy Resilience Model – a first-of-its-kind model that includes all bulk power energy assets throughout North America – and the establishment of the Grid Storage Launchpad focused on accelerating the development of mega-watt scale energy storage, the groundbreaking of which occurred in August 2020.

Bruce also served as the Acting Assistant Secretary of DOE’s Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security and Emergency Response when the office was established.

Notably, Bruce was also responsible for the four Power Marketing Administrations (PMA) established by Congress. These four PMAs own and operate the transmission system that connects U.S. federal hydro-electric generation to rural America from more than 100 hydro-electric turbines. The CEO led PMAs employ more than 5,000 federal employees, provide power in 34 states covering more than 2 million square miles and fund many Department of Interior and United States Army Corps projects associated with the dams.

Bruce also served as the Chief Environmental Review and Permitting Officer for all departments within DOE and the federal ex-officio member on the Department of Homeland Security – Federal Emergency Management Agency National Advisory Council. Lastly, he was the senior official responsible for one of three Primary Mission Essential Functions that support the eight National Essential Functions.

Prior to joining DOE, Bruce was the Deputy County Executive for Putnam County, New York and served on the Board of Directors for the Hudson Valley FBI Infragard partnership. For more than 20 years, he held leadership positions in System Operations, Emergency Management, Asset Management and Regulatory Services across National Grid U.S. and Consolidated Edison of New York. Bruce has previously served on DOE’s Electricity Advisory Committee; was an advisor for the development of the mega-watt scale renewable resources integration lab developed by DOE in Golden, Colorado; and was a member of the Board of Directors for GridWise Alliance, Inc., where he co-founded the Global Smart Grid Federation, a collaboration among 18 countries to modernize the world’s electric energy system.

Bruce holds a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from Manhattan College and a Juris Doctor in Law from Pace University where he was the technical editor on the Environmental Law Review and received an Environmental Law Certificate. He has completed the Distribution Systems program from Siemens – Power Technologies International. Bruce is a distinguished graduate of the United States Air Force Academy Preparatory School and received an Honorable Discharge from the United States Military Academy.

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Russ Fitzgibbons

Senior Risk Advisor

Russ was previously seconded to the ARC’s predecessor organization, the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC), from 2017-2019 to manage its Risk and Resiliency function from JPMorgan Chase, where he was a Managing Director.

Prior to joining JPMorgan Chase, Russ was the Executive Vice President and Chief Risk Officer for The Clearing House, a Systemically Important Financial Market Utility, where he was responsible for Enterprise Risk Management, Information Security and Business Continuity. Prior to joining The Clearing House, Russ held a number of positions at Deutsche Bank, including the Global Head of Cash Operations, an area responsible for the successful processing of all payment and payment-related transactions including high-value payments, ACH transactions and checks worldwide.

Russ has more than 30 years of management experience in various operations, payments, and payments-related services.

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Fran Moore

Senior Intelligence Advisor

Fran focuses on emerging issue assessments in support of the ARC’s intelligence requirements and advises on how the ARC interacts with government partners to drive strategic warning on systemic threats. She previously served as Director of Intelligence of the ARC’s predecessor organization, the Financial Systemic Analysis and Resilience Center (FSARC), where sheled FSARC’s efforts to work with critical national infrastructure operators and the U.S. Government to deliver strategic early warnings of potential attack on financial systems. Fran also heads FPM Consulting, LLC, which provides national security and management advice to federal and commercial clients.

Prior to joining FSARC, Fran served as Vice President of the Cipher Brief, helping make it the go-to place for understanding fast-breaking national security events in a complex world. Fran retired from the Central Intelligence Agency in 2015 as a senior executive with 32 years of leadership and intelligence analysis experience. A highlight of her Agency career was leading the Agency’s large-scale substantive analytic program as Director for Intelligence. During a period of complex global change, Fran ensured timely and accurate intelligence insight for the President, senior policymakers, Congress, warfighters, and law enforcement. She also led analysis in CIA’s Counterterrorism Center, served as the first Chief of Strategic Planning for the Director of National Intelligence’s Presidential Daily Brief, and led analysis in CIA’s Counterintelligence Center. Early in her career, Fran served as an analyst on East Asia.

Fran is a member of the National Academy of Sciences Social and Behavioral Sciences Decadal Survey and serves on INSA’s Security Policy Review Committee and AFCEA’s Intelligence Committee. Since 2014, she has served on the board of the Intelligence Community’s Studies in Intelligence. She was CIA’s Chair for Harvard’s Learning Innovations Lab from 2014 to 2015.

Among her many career recognitions, Fran received a Presidential Rank Award, Distinguished Executive in 2013. Fran graduated Phi Beta Kappa, Summa Cum Laude from Elmira College in 1982, with Bachelors’ degrees in International Relations and Political Science.

PRIVACY POLICY

Last modified: January 20, 2021

  1. INTRODUCTION

The Analysis & Resilience Center for Systemic Risk (“The ARC” or “We”) respects your privacy and are committed to protecting it through our compliance with this policy. The ARC has created this privacy policy (our “Privacy Policy”) to explain the ways in which we collect, use, maintain, protect, and disclose information we may collect from you or that you may provide while visiting our website www.systemicrisk.org (the “Site”), and to demonstrate our firm commitment to Internet privacy.

This policy applies to information we collect on our Site and in email and other electronic messages between you and our Site.

It does not apply to information collected by us through any other means, including on any other website operated by any third-party; or any third-party, including through any application or content (including advertising) that may link to or be accessible from or on the Site.

If you do not agree with our policies and practices, your choice is not to use our Site. By accessing or using this Site, you agree to this Privacy Policy. The ARC may modify this policy from time to time, so we encourage you to check this page when revisiting this Site.

  1. DATA CONTROLLER

The ARC is the data controller of your Personal Information. At this time, we are not required to appoint a Data Protection Officer or a representative in the European Union in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation and have elected not to do so. We may be contacted in any manner set forth below in the “HOW TO CONTACT US” Section of this Privacy Policy.

  1. INFORMATION WE COLLECT ABOUT YOU AND HOW WE COLLECT IT

Generally

We collect several types of information from and about users of our Site including your contact information (such as your name and email) directly from you when you contact us through our Site and information about your access and usage of our Site from tracking technologies, such as Google Analytics, that is about you but individually does not identify you (“Personal Data”).

Information You Provide to Us

We collect records and copies of your correspondence (including email addresses) if you contact us.

Third Party Use of Tracking Technologies

We use third party service providers such as Google Analytics. This helps us understand traffic patterns and know if there are problems with our Site. We may also use embedded images in emails to track open rates for our mailings, so that we can tell which mailings appeal most to our supporters. You can find out more about how Google uses data when you visit our Site by visiting “How Google uses data when you use our partners’ sites or apps” (located at www.google.com/policies/privacy/partners/).

The information Google collects automatically may include Personal Data. It helps us to improve our Site and to deliver a better and more personalized service by enabling us to: estimate our audience size and usage patterns; store information about your preferences, allowing us to customize how our Site appears to you according to your individual interests; and recognize you when you return to our Site.

For information about how you can opt out of receiving targeted advertising from many providers, see CHOICES ABOUT HOW WE USE AND DISCLOSE YOUR INFORMATION.

  1. LAWFUL BASIS FOR PROCESSING YOUR PERSONAL DATA

If you are in the European Union, the processing of your Personal Data is lawful only if it is permitted under the applicable data protection laws. We have a lawful basis for each of our processing activities (except when an exception applies as described below):

  • By using our Site, you consent to our collection, use, and sharing of your Personal Data as described in this privacy policy. If you do not consent to this privacy policy, please do not use the Site or our services;
  • Legitimate Interests. We will process your Personal Data as necessary for our legitimate interests. Our legitimate interests are balanced against your rights and freedoms and we do not process your Personal Data if your rights and freedoms outweigh our legitimate interests. Our legitimate interests are to: facilitate communication between ARC and you; detect and correct bugs and to improve our Site; safeguard our IT infrastructure and intellectual property; detect and prevent fraud and other financial crime; promote and market our business; and to develop our products and services.
  • As Required by Law. We may also process your Personal Data when we are required or permitted to by law; to comply with government inspections, audits, and other valid requests from government or other public authorities; to respond to legal process such as subpoenas; or as necessary for us to protect our interests or otherwise pursue our legal rights and remedies (for instance, when necessary to prevent or detect fraud, attacks against our network, or other criminal and tortious activities), defend litigation, and manage complaints or claims.
  1. SPECIAL CATEGORIES OF INFORMATION

The ARC does not ask you to provide, and we do not knowingly collect, any special categories of Personal Data from you.

  1. HOW WE USE YOUR INFORMATION

The ARC is committed to protecting your privacy online. We use information that we collect about you or that you provide to us, including any Personal Data to present our Site and its contents to you and to fulfill any other purpose for which you provide it.

  1. DISCLOSURE OF YOUR INFORMATION

We do not share, sell, or otherwise disclose your Personal Data for purposes other than those outlined in this Privacy Policy. However, we may disclose aggregated information about our users, and information that does not identify any individual, without restriction.

We may disclose Personal Data that we collect or you provide as described in this privacy policy: to third parties, such as Google, we use to support our business; to a buyer or other successor in the event of a merger, divestiture, restructuring, reorganization, dissolution, or other sale or transfer of some or all of the ARC’s assets, whether as a going concern or as part of bankruptcy, liquidation, or similar proceeding, in which Personal Data held by the ARC about our Site’s users is among the assets transferred; to fulfill the purpose for which you provide it; and with your consent.

We may also disclose your Personal Data to comply with any court order, law, or legal process, including to respond to any government or regulatory request; and if we believe disclosure is necessary or appropriate to protect the rights, property, or safety of the ARC, our members, or others.

  1. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR PARENTS

We want to help you guard your children’s privacy. We encourage you to talk to your children about safe and responsible use of their personal information while using the Internet. Our Site is not intended for children under 18 years of age and we do not knowingly collect Personal Data from children under 18. If we learn we have collected or received Personal Data from a child under 18, we will delete that information. If you have any reservations, questions or concerns about your child’s access to this Site or if you believe we might have any information from a child under 18, please contact us at info@systemicrisk.org.

  1. CHOICES ABOUT HOW WE USE AND DISCLOSE YOUR INFORMATION

We do not control the collection and use of your information collected by third parties described above in DISCLOSURE OF YOUR INFORMATION. When possible, these organizations are under contractual obligations to use this data only for providing the services to us and to maintain this information confidential. These third parties may, however, aggregate the information they collect with information from their other customers for their own purposes.

You can set your browser to refuse all or some browser cookies, or to alert you when cookies are being sent. You can find more information about cookies at http://www.allaboutcookies.org and http://youronlinechoices.eu. If you disable or refuse cookies, please note that some parts of this site may then be inaccessible or not function properly.

  1. YOUR RIGHTS REGARDING YOUR INFORMATION AND ACCESSING AND CORRECTING YOUR INFORMATION (RESIDENTS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION)

If you live in certain jurisdictions, you may have certain rights under applicable data protection laws with regards to our processing of your Personal Data including the right to access and update your Personal Data, restrict how it is used, transfer certain Personal Data to another controller, withdraw your consent at any time, and the right to have us erase certain Personal Data about you. You also have the right to complain to a supervisory authority about our processing of your Personal Data.

  1. CONSENT TO PROCESSING OF PERSONAL DATA IN THE UNITED STATES (RESIDENTS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION)

If you are a resident of the European Economic Area (“EEA”), in order to provide our Site to you, we may send and store your Personal Data outside of the EEA, including to the United States. Accordingly, your Personal Data may be transferred outside the country where you reside or are located, including to countries that may not or do not provide an equivalent level of protection for your Personal Data. By using our Site, you represent that you have read and understood the above and hereby consent to the storage and processing of Personal Data that you provide directly to us on or through our Site.

  1. DO NOT TRACK SIGNALS

We also may use automated data collection technologies to collect information about your online activities over time and across third-party websites or other online services (behavioral tracking). Some web browsers permit you to broadcast a signal to websites and online services indicating a preference that they “do not track” your online activities. At this time, we do not honor such signals and we do not modify what information we collect or how we use that information based upon whether such a signal is broadcast or received by us.

  1. DATA RETENTION PERIODS

We will retain your Personal Data for as long as necessary to comply with any legal requirement; for as long as necessary to protect our legal interests or otherwise pursue our legal rights and remedies; and for data that has been aggregated or otherwise rendered anonymous in such a manner that you are no longer identifiable, indefinitely.

  1. HOW WE NOTIFY YOU ABOUT PRIVACY POLICY CHANGES

We may revise and update this Privacy Policy if we change our practices, add new Site features, or change existing Site features. We will post notice to this Site of any substantive changes to our Privacy Policy. Your use of this Site following such changes constitutes your agreement with regard to information collected from you in the future. The date this Privacy Policy was last revised is identified at the top of the page.

  1. HOW TO CONTACT US

If you have any questions, concerns, complaints, or suggestions regarding our Privacy Policy, have any requests related to your Personal Data pursuant to applicable laws, or otherwise need to contact us, you may contact us at the address below.

To contact the ARC:

ARC
1100 N. Glebe Road
Suite 640
Arlington, VA 22201
United States
info@systemicrisk.org