Mark Folmer, CPP
Vice President, Security Industry
81% of Senior Security Executives say they are impacted by their company's selection of a security provider while only 42% believe they are optimizing the security services spend.*
It is time to consider closing that gap.
Arrive with questions on how to harness front-line security data and leave with an understanding and a game plan of how to:
- Break down security silos
- Arm your security program with budget-defending data
- Cement your position as the corporate resource for security issues.
Corporate security has been elevated from an operational concern to a strategic one. As expectations about security rise, Corporate Security Executives like you are put under more pressure. In response, why not expect more from your provider of security services? What does that "more" entail?
While different security disciplines have their specific concerns and realities, the organization as a whole and the threats from all sides need to be considered to properly manage risk. In fact, when security issues are viewed in silos, the overall security program is only as strong as the weakest silo.
You will learn:
- How to defend your security budget with data
- What to automate
- Critical points to consider when automating
- Value of real time to your program
- Aligning security goals to corporate goals
Join us on Tuesday, September 26th, at 11:25 a.m., for session IL02, "Using Technology to Drive Data into Security Planning," to learn more about harnessing the front- line security contribution.
Have you tackled this issue already? Have points and insight to share? Drop me a line on Twitter @markfolmer or on
*Source: According to TrackTik's 2016 survey of Corporate Security Managers
This session is taught in collaboration with Brent Fortner.
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