Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 23, 2010
ZeroPoint Risk Research, the Boston-based risk management research and consulting firm, has announced that Lorie K. Skolski has been promoted to President and Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. Skolski joined ZeroPoint Risk Research in February of 2009 as Principal & Vice President of Client Relations.
“Since joining ZeroPoint Risk Research, Lorie has demonstrated an unyielding pursuit of excellence in a manner consistent with the firm’s highest expectations, especially at a time of significant growth,” said MacDonnell Ulsch, Chief Executive Officer of ZeroPoint Risk Research and author of the book, Threat! Managing Risk in a Hostile World. “Lorie is a tremendous asset to ZeroPoint Risk Research and has helped the firm to successfully navigate through one of the worst economies in recent history.” Having worked with many Fortune 1000 and middle-market companies, she brings leadership and outstanding management experience with the ability to understand client issues and implement best solution practices
As President & Chief Operating Officer, Skolski assumes the management of all business operations. “I am very fortunate to be a part of a team of knowledgeable and innovative subject matter experts who continue to expand a unique and viable approach to risk management,”said Skolski. “ZeroPoint Risk Research’s commitment to well-informed research, advice and counsel are structured to greatly reduce or ameliorate corporate exposure to regulatory, financial, legal, and reputation risks.”
Skolski’s current and past memberships include the North Shore Technology Council, where she is currently on the Board of Directors and is also the Chair of Programs Committee; Financial Executives International; International Accounts Payable Professionals; Institute of Management and Administration; Institute for Professionals in Taxation, and the Association of Computers in Taxation.
About ZeroPoint Risk Research:
ZeroPoint Risk Research, LLC (http://www.ZeroPointRisk.com) advises clients on the complex orchestration of managing the global risks associated with information integrity compromise. Enterprise operational and technology risks are managed by measuring, testing, and remediating discoverable deficiencies in the structural resiliency of information security, privacy, continuity, and recovery controls. One of the firm’s central research and consulting automated methodologies is built on the Enterprise Threat Index: Predictive Risk Impact Scenario Modeling or ETX-PRISM, which assess many thousands of risk data elements.