It has been a few weeks since GSX has wrapped up in Chicago and even if the onsite event is already a few weeks behind us, I am, as are many of my colleagues, still in post-GSX mode.
When responding to a request for proposals (RFP) for security services, there are a few tricks to make sure you’re bidding on the right contracts, and that you’ll win the ones you do go for. Read our latest blog on RFP response best practices for successful bidding.
Think security is nothing more than an unavoidable cost? Think again! Done right, security can actually add value to an organization.
Physical security planning can help shift the perception of security services and position you as a true business partner in your organization. Feed into wider business continuity plans and help break down silos between departments.
Corporate security professionals often have to defend their budget to leadership. The unfortunate reality is that it’s difficult for security departments to demonstrate value—until an incident occurs.
In order to budget properly, regularly take the time to assess any inefficiencies and acknowledge the steps you will need to take to protect your organization.
An effective prevention plan for insider security threats should focus on 3 important aspects: training your employees on unsafe actions, controlling access to sensitive company data and monitoring employees’ behavior.
Preparing your business for security threats begins with conducting an effective risk assessment: you need to be well aware of the possible threats to prevent them.
Working with software platforms that make reporting, monitoring, and data collection an automated task can lead to tangible insights through data.
Security workforce management software arms corporate security teams with real-time data combined with connectivity and mobility, to let you see the bigger picture.
To strengthen your corporate physical security, an audit will give you the elements you need to better strategize. The security audit includes a thorough examination of your facilities.
For your internal security department, data collection helps discover patterns in previous security incidents to keep them from occurring again.