Defining the Value of Security's Accomplishments
Arguably the most common challenge among security leaders is being able to communicate the value risk management services and programs bring to the organization.
If you are attempting to provide that information you know what we are talking about. If you are not already providing that information don't be fooled. You may think management is happy with your performance but if you are not presenting them information on the value of your risk management programs and services it is only a matter of time before they ask for it. And chances are, when they do ask, it means they have already made up their mind about the value you are providing the organization.
We are all competent security practitioners. We would not think of waiting for someone to break into the barn before we locked the front gate, so make sure you are starting to collect the data and build the information you need well before management demands evidence of the value you are providing.
The Security Executive Council has put together this short slide deck highlighting three elements that you can be helpful toward defining what you add to the bottom line.
We have helped the best in the industry identify the value they are providing their organizations as well as communicating that value to executive management. If that sounds like something you would find beneficial don't delay discussing your unique situation with us. Click here to begin the conversation.