A new book focuses on risk management for enterprise security leaders. The publication, titled "Flip This Risk for Enterprise Security: Industry Experts Share Their Insights About Enterprise Security Management Risks for Organizations," discusses compliance, executive protection, travel security and more top-of-mind issues.
This insurance giant’s physical security team is focused on being a business enabler for the company. With communication and integration between the business’ physical and cybersecurity sides, the company and its security teams are well-positioned to manage risk and insider threats while maintaining business continuity together.
Alex Jadrich, the Security Operations Manager at the Denver Zoo, outlines how physical security professionals can proactively mitigate risk by instituting an enterprise risk management program in their organization. In a presentation at the IFCPP's 22nd Annual Conference, Jadrich highlights the benefits of enterprise risk management for physical security.
The threat landscape that organizations are facing is changing rapidly. Increasingly, senior leadership of multinational companies will have to think about the impact of an array of physical, cyber and digital risks to their organizations. To mitigate risk within the enterprise, there should be a renewed emphasis on how to restructure corporate security teams and how to reframe them within corporate structure. Here are some practical considerations.
Global survey of business leaders reveals pandemic-associated risks are currently top-of-mind, while technology disruptions and the future of work are concerns for the next decade
February 3, 2021
Board members and C-suite executives around the globe are most concerned in 2021 with risks associated with COVID-19-related government policies and regulations, economic conditions that may restrict growth and market conditions that may continue to impact customer demand, according to a new survey from Protiviti and North Carolina State University. Amid these near-term headwinds, when asked about top concerns through 2030, business leaders cite challenges that ultimately ladder up to talent. High ranking risks – including the adoption of technology that requires new or upgraded skills, rapid innovation that threatens business models and the reimagining of creative strategies – point to a need to attract and retain top talent and invest in reskilling and upskilling workforces to ensure agility and resilience in the future.