Ray O’Hara

Ray O’Hara

Executive Vice President

AS Solution/GSRMA

Ray brings more than 30 years of experience in the consulting and investigations services field, corporate security and law enforcement to his position. His experience includes managing large-scale security consulting and investigations projects in emerging markets and developing international executive protection, crisis management and response plans. Most recently, he led the consulting and investigations business for a Multi -National Security Corporation; a position that involved work in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa and South America, as well as the supervision of field offices in the United States. Ray previously served as corporate security manager for Weyerhaeuser Co. and GTE, where he was responsible for security programs involving the protection of employees and business operations.

Prior to entering the corporate security sector, Ray was a supervising detective for the Los Angeles Police Department.

Ray has served as Chairman of the Board and President of the ASIS International Board of Directors and has served as President of ASIS’ Professional Certification Board and Chair of the ASIS International Investigations Council. He is board certified in security management by ASIS International and is considered a Risk Vulnerability Expert, with experience in analyzing and categorizing business vulnerabilities, homeland security initiatives, terrorism and political threats. He is a founding member and the first Chair of The Alliance for Enterprise Security Risk Management, a partnership of leading international security organizations formed to address issues surrounding the convergence of traditional and logical security.


Securing the Future Generation of Security

Thursday, October 25th
Technology disruptions have changed the game for our industry so quickly and the skill set for future leaders must change with it. Devices and how they are employed within enterprises have changed many of the core processes of how we do business. So, how can we stay on top of the interruption and get the right people to enhance the traditional methods of security, while managing risk and monitoring resiliency? Hear how the panel team connects with different areas of the security channel to integrate emerging technology and deliver the competitive advantage end-users expect.