enterprise


Business Risk: Why Good Intelligence is Critical

Three dimensional chess is an apt analogy for the mental contortions the CEO of a multinational company must endure when contemplating risks to the enterprise.  The variants to this game, played out in real life, involve global time zones, shifting business alliances, natural disasters and climatic events, geo-political upheaval, and of course the eternal push and pull of market forces and competition. Security becomes a relative term when considered in this context. From the perspective […]


A Recap of the Energy Security Council Conference

On August 14, 2014, the Energy Security Council (ESC) hosted its one-day summer conference alongside San Antonio’s scenic Riverwalk and Butchko, Inc. was there to meet with old friends, make new ones, and take the pulse of the oil and gas industry’s security community. Two particular topics caught our interest at this conference. First, a nod from the FBI’s Special Agent in Charge (SAC) of the San Antonio region, Christopher Combs, towards what we’ve been […]


Opportunity is Realized Through Preparation

At Butchko, Inc., we realize that our presence in an organization provides the opportunity to challenge old assumptions about people and their roles, core processes, and the technology or tools they use to succeed. Why is this important to our clients? Opportunity for value generation and the mitigation of risk requires fresh eyes and open minds. As we serve that role for our clients, we also collect knowledge about people, processes, and technology that allows […]