The Security Benchmark Report showcases the security profession's organizations and serves to examine the maturity of a company’s security program. The report focuses on metrics and data that security organizations can use to measure their security organizations against their peers, and includes data on budgets, tech spending, training, critical issues and more.
The more than 40, all-proprietary security staff, screeners, emergency room officers and central dispatch personnel at Hackensack Meridian Health Palisades Medical Center have become an integrated part of the 1,400 team members that work at the campus.
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.
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.
Sarasota Memorial Health Care System has evolved and transformed its public safety department over the years, from locking and unlocking doors to being an educator, team member and partner in response for clinical staff, employees and the organization. The security team has taken steps to continue to evolve the program, including integrating with emergency management, upgrading security technology and implementing targeted training.
The 2021 Security Benchmark Report surveyed security leaders across the globe to compile data on security budget, roles and responsibilities within an organization. Here’s some more information about this year’s report.
Welcome to The 2021 Security Benchmark Report. This issue marks a new approach and name to the report, focusing on metrics and data that security organizations can use to measure their security organizations against their peers.
In the energy sector, the stakes are high when it comes to cybersecurity. Unlike other fields where malware could cause havoc and delay services, attacks within the energy sector could potentially cut off electricity to millions of customers in the United States and around the world. Leo Simonovich, VP and Global Head of Industrial Cyber and Digital Security at Siemens Energy, is focused on ensuring that doesn’t happen.
Kevin Wilkes never thought that he would work in enterprise security. But thanks to a want ad that called for police officers, Wilkes is enjoying his role as CSO for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, a non-profit arts organization that works to make the city of Pittsburgh a place where the arts can flourish.
In late August, the Orlando City Soccer Club played its first game since its games and operations shut down in the spring due to COVID-19. It was a great evening, says Robert Schnettler, who is Senior Director of Security and Guest Services for the club and Exploria Stadium.