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Knowledge Corner - Security Programs

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   Caught On Camera: Francis D’Addario, Security Executive Council This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Francis D
Former Starbucks CSO and emeritus faculty member of the Security Executive Council Francis D'Addario discusses business drivers for security directors and how those affect the business relationship between end-users and security systems integrators.
 
   Domestic Violence Spills Over Into the Workplace (Parts 1-4) This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Rosalind W. Jackson, Security Executive Council Staff Member
In this series, Rosalind Jackson, SEC media and publications manager, discusses ways to assess the danger, help the survivor and keep the workplace safe. She discusses the signs and types of abuse; developing and communicating a domestic violence policy; the cycle of violence; the cost of domestic violence to employers; and developing a safety plan for survivors.
 
   Establishing the Value of All-Hazards Risk Mitigation (Parts 1-5) This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Francis D'Addario, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In this presentation, Francis D’Addario, SEC emeritus faculty and former VP of Partner and Asset Protection of Starbucks Coffee Company, explains how companies can tangibly enhance enterprise risk mitigation and brand by prioritizing people across the organization. He also presents data and examples to help security practitioners define and communicate the total cost of risk and return on investment of an all-hazards approach.
 
   Impact of Economic Recession on Security Program Management This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Dick Lefler, Security Executive Council Executive Board of Advisors and Dean of Emeritus Faculty; and George Campbell, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Mr. Campbell and Mr. Lefler will pose a series of questions designed for you to consider how the economic downturn might be impacting your company and your security programs. Issues covered include regulations and compliance, people and property protection, information protection and mergers and acquisitions, to name a few. The presenters will highlight inherent security risks to business goals based on assumptions of current and forecasted conditions. How to monitor, measure and track the success of security program shifts aligned with potentially new or altered business goals will also be covered. TIER 1 LEADERS:To obtain your discounted copy send an e-mail to contact@secleader.com.
 
   Personnel Protection Concepts of Executive Security (Parts 1-2) This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Rad Jones and Jerome Miller, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
This presentation presents an overview of both the proactive and reactive components of personnel protection. Presenters Rad Jones and Jerome Miller, SEC emeritus faculty, cover the layering of security measures, target hardening, intelligence gathering, and awareness.
 
   Personnel Protection: Advance Procedures (Parts 1-5) This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Rad Jones and Jerome Miller, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In this five-part series describes how to calculate the movement of the executive against the environment being visited to reduce obstacles to a successful event. and the type of planning and security arrangements that must be made in advance, including itinerary and instructions for all supporting security personnel.
 
   Physical Security & IT Collaboration: Who, What, When, Why & How  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Ray Bernard, Security Executive Council Subject Matter Expert Faculty
TIER 1 LEADERS:To obtain your discounted copy send an e-mail to contact@secleader.com.
 
   Security Master Planning This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Timothy Giles, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty Member
TIER 1 LEADERS:To obtain your discounted copy send an e-mail to contact@secleader.com.
 
   Supply Chain Security: The Art of Connectivity Management  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Peter Cheviot, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Supply Chain Security offers great opportunities for Security Management to influence and connect security policy compliance to financial returns. This presentation explains the fundamental ways to bring it into your security objectives and how to measure your financial gains. TIER 1 SECURITY LEADERS:To obtain your member discounted copy contact the Director of Member Services.
 
   Tabletop Exercises This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
Active Shooter? Chemical Spill? Product Tampering? Severe Weather? Do you have incident response plans to cover these risks and others that may impact your business? Close coordination among all first responders will ensure, to the highest degree possible, that all available resources are effectively deployed. The swift response and recovery from these and other incidents will allow your company to effectively positively impact the protection of your people, assets, and bottom line. TIER 1 LEADERS: To obtain your discounted copy send an e-mail to contact@secleader.com.
 
   

Take Five: Resources your Peers are Using to Enhance Their Programs (and Careers) This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
This presentation describes five of the Security Executive Council’s more popular resources. Covered are: Understanding the relationship between your company’s strategic business objectives and your security programs; how to best educate senior management (or new leadership) on program status or future direction; showing the Board and senior management security’s contribution in addressing Board-level risk concerns; measuring security program value; and staying on top of emerging trends.
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