Security leaders at small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) often work with tight budgets to secure their facilities. Removing the complexities that come with large control room integrations allows SMBs to establish mission-critical visualization solutions without breaking the budget.
Adtalem Global Education’s Enterprise Safety and Security group have delicately crafted approaches toward safety and security with a focus on continuous improvement to provide community members a safe and secure environment that will allow them to flourish and learn.
A useful GSOC is one that understands the problem a company wants to solve so that the data collection requirements and analytics are relevant and staff with the right expertise are in place. If you think that establishing a GSOC is the next step for your enterprise, three key elements will determine its success.
The Security Executive Council (SEC) has welcomed Tom Bello, Coral Gehring, Matthew Giese, Bill King, and Tom Mahlik to its faculty of esteemed security experts. SEC subject matter experts and emeritus faculty (former CSOs and CISOs) have excelled in their careers and are eager to transfer their knowledge and competencies to other security leaders.
The complexities of corporate security call for truly global visibility and situational awareness. To get there, GSOCs should consider adopting a program of threat intelligence and digital risk protection (DRP) to keep digital assets safe.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a unique convergence of security and health, and it’s up to security leaders to keep up and even drive that transformation for their organizations. One of the biggest facility management takeaways from the pandemic has been the need for flexibility within building infrastructures. Thoughtfully implemented solutions and strategies within repurposed spaces will not only safeguard buildings from traditional intruder threats, but also promote a healthy environment for employees and occupants.
Supporting a goal of empowering regional teams to make the most informed decisions is Baker Hughes’s Global Intelligence & Travel Security Operations Center (GITSOC). When Baker Hughes separated from GE’s oil and gas division in 2019, the event presented a unique opportunity for the Security team to create its own operating model and processes from the ground up to support the organization independently, providing the catalyst for the creation of the GITSOC. Learn about energy giant Baker Hughes’ GITSOC, as well as its value and relevancy to the greater enterprise.
Publicly available information (PAI) can give your security enterprise actionable data. Often, however, when an enterprise successfully manages the variety, volume and velocity associated with PAI, that intelligence is often processed in silos. Here's how to ensure your organization can overcome the silos and increase situational awareness for the enterprise.