Thomson Reuters Hosts First Public-Private Partnership Summit
Last week, Thomson Reuters hosted the first Public-Private Partnership Summit at the newly-minted US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis.
Hosted by the Legal Executive Institute, Sharon Sayles Belton, vice president of Government and Community Affairs with Thomson Reuters, served as emcee at the day-long event which included domain experts from law enforcement, the banking and finance sectors and Thomson Reuters. Topics discussed during the Summit included anti-money laundering, threat prevention and more.
“Thomson Reuters continues to work in collaboration with multiple partners to share and connect relevant information as well as hosting events and creating working groups to educate the public and work collaboratively equipping organizations with needed resources,” Sayles Belton noted, referencing Thomson Reuters involvement with the Digital Economy Task Force.
The Summit marked Thomson Reuters continued commitment to partner with customers, including those in the corporate and government sectors, to help confront security challenges both home and abroad, as noted by the San Bernardino Police Department, recipient of the 2015 Everyday Heroes award.
For a quick-look at the event, please watch the video here: