Security Executive Council Enters Strategic Alliance with Continuum Worldwide

April 21, 2010, Washington, DC—The Security Executive Council is pleased to announce a new strategic alliance with Continuum Worldwide Corporation, a subsidiary of Mutual of Omaha.

Through this partnership, Continuum Worldwide will be offering its clients innovative Council risk mitigation resources and providing access to the Council’s faculty of more than 100 successful current and former security executives. Continuum Worldwide will also be participating in the newly launched Security Executive Council/Michigan State University Business Continuity Alliance.

“This relationship is truly a winning situation for everyone involved,” says Bob Hayes, Managing Director of the Security Executive Council. “The extensive risk mitigation resources of the Security Executive Council, including our small and medium business solutions, now have the breadth and depth of the Continuum Worldwide customer base and industry connectivity.”

"Our decision to work closely with the Security Executive Council was based on our commitment to clients who face a barrage of risks and increased governance," stated Cheryl Jones, President of Continuum Worldwide. "This affiliation not only helps us meet more client needs in less time, but it also gives us another avenue for thought leadership in the risk management industry."

About Continuum Worldwide Corporation
Continuum Worldwide Corporation (, a subsidiary of Mutual of Omaha, is a business assurance company focused on providing innovative solutions in highly-regulated environments, the courtroom, and every-day business. Continuum Worldwide Corporation invests in the success of their clients, helping them identify, respond to, and prepare for risks associated with people, processes and technology.

About the Security Executive Council
The Security Executive Council ( is a problem-solving research and services organization that involves a wide range of risk management decision makers. Its community includes forward-thinking practitioners, agencies, universities, NGOs, innovative solution providers, media companies and industry groups. Backed by a Faculty of more than 100 successful current and former security executives, the Council creates groundbreaking Collective Knowledge™ research, which is used as an essential foundation for its deliverables. The Council is the eminent voice on organizational risk mitigation leadership; its work has been widely cited in publications ranging from major security trade magazines to business publications such as Forbes and Harvard Business Review.

Marleah Blades
Manager, External Relations

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