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Knowledge Corner - Security Programs

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Balancing Headcount, Budget, Workload and Prioritized Services: Analysis Spreadsheet & Presentation Samples This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
The Council has helped many Tier 1 Leaders™ with determining security staff duty day-to-day tasks and time spent (resource analysis) and determining what are the most valued security services across the enterprise (value analysis), expanding services where critical and customer valuation of services. These are several tools contained in a workbook, developed to help members with this informative and proactive "reduction defense" exercise.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Board Level Risk Categories & Security Program Elements (v.4) This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: The Security Executive Council
The Board Level Risk diagram is a conceptual image to convey your program in the language of the board when presenting to senior management. This image is frequently used to explain how security programs align with enterprise level risk concerns. It can also be used as an awareness tool. The categories of risk areas and security strategies and mitigation efforts were developed from on research of numerous companies' risk mitigation assessments.
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Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Executive Protection: Templates This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document contains templates that may be used in executive protection programs. Some of the topics include: risk assessment, security risk analysis, service delivery model, surveys for when executives or employees are traveling, attending an event and staying at a hotel.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Online Reputation Matrix This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This matrix lists some of the social media concerns that companies face and provides potential security strategies, including possible mitigation and remediation options. Use this matrix with key stakeholders to identify greatest social media risks to brand and personnel safety to the company.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Reduction in Force: Employee Layoff and Recall Policy  This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document provides a sample of a layoff and recall policy for companies that must reduce employment because of adverse economic or other conditions. This document should be used or modified in accordance with specific company requirements.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Reduction in Force: Employee Layoff Letter This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document provides one example of an employee layoff letter for companies to modify. The letter contains high level statements of why the layoff is happening, how many positions are being cut and a time frame for forthcoming separation and employee assistance.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Reduction in Force: Employee Termination Policy and Procedure This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document is a sample policy and procedure meant to assist Security, Human Resources and other internal corporate groups in planning for employee terminations / reductions in the work force.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Reduction in Force: Termination and Change Responsibilities Policy This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document is meant to provide an example policy to help companies ensure that employees and contingent workers exit an organization or change employment in an orderly manner. This includes the completion of access rights removal and return of company-owned assets.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Reduction in Force: Voluntary RIF Program Policy This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document provides companies with a sample of a voluntary reduction in force program policy. The program policy is meant to set forth the framework under which employees can volunteer to be separated in order to save other employees from a reduction in work force.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Regulation and Compliance Management Tool  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This is a proprietary process developed by the SEC to help clients identify regulations and standards with security elements that are related to their particular industry. It assists the SEC’s subject matter experts to create a baseline standard; from which a relevant standard is created that fits the organization’s industry/sector and corporate culture.
To learn more contact us at contact@secleader.com
 
   Security Executive Council Collective Knowledge: Business Continuity Program V.3 This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This document is based on a presentation in response to new regulations and corporate scrutiny on business crisis management planning, as a result of national incidence, business reporting requirements and corporate and board level risk.
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Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Security Executive Council Collective Knowledge: Comprehensive Security Program V.3 This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: The Security Executive Council
A presentation used as a benchmark security programs or to educate senior management (or new leadership) on program status or future direction. Showing senior management the security function is operating in similar fashion as other well established functions (e.g., finance or marketing) will go a long way.
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Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Security Executive Council Custom Research: Business Conduct and Ethics Historical, Current and Future of Programs V.1  This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: The Security Executive Council
This presentation may be used for developing an enterprise-wide business conduct and ethics program and to demonstrate what has been the typical program focus and characteristics, emerging trends and current practices. The research and trending information can be used as options for a company to make decisions as to the best model that works for their business strategy and goals.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   The Manager's Handbook for Business Security, 2nd Edition This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This book and accompanying CD have been developed to provide a series of short subjects on risk mitigation essentials. It was designed to save you time when enhancing or developing risk management programs. Included are actual program elements, documentation, examples, templates, outlines, presentations, tips and more.

This resource is a compilation of elements that should be in place to constitute the “baseline” of a security program (industry neutral). Practitioners, Council faculty and staff provided input on what they found to be the most critical elements of a successful program. Also incorporated are key materials from Council projects and deliverables. This guide is useful when creating a new program or validating an existing program to identify missing elements or other ways to approach an issue. It is also valuable as a check as to whether your programs are adding business value.
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Workplace Violence Case Management Flowchart This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document is meant to provide a sample of how a workplace violence case may be processed and charted. It includes process information such as: Who reported the incident, who the incident was reported to, case management and strategy response.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Workplace Violence Continuum This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This workplace violence continuum is a graphic overview of a comprehensive workplace violence (mitigation) program. It depicts the stages and elements from the proactive to responsive and business continuity after an event has occurred. It provides the essential elements that can be modified and adapted to fit your business structure.
 
   Workplace Violence Cross-Functional Risk Management Teams This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This document provides a sample of workplace violence organizational cross-functional team roles such as corporate security, legal, human resources, safety and employee assistance programs, for risk response and assessing a company's available incident resources.
 
   

Workplace Violence Intake This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document provides a sample template to help customize the intake and assessment process of managing potential workplace violence cases in order best track and document the possible series of events.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Workplace Violence Issue Overview This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document is meant as a sample workplace violence (WPV) issues template providing examples of types of violence, response options and common types of offenders for companies to use in conjunction with a holistic WPV program.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Workplace Violence Process Overview This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This document provides a sample workplace violence process template for customization, including protocols for intake, assessment, consultation and response planning.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Workplace Violence: At-Risk Personnel Security This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This chart outlines criteria for assigning security levels and assessing risk for at-risk personnel from the CEO and board members to employees, for events and situations like meetings and travel.
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only