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Building and assessing your physical security program


Increased risk of intrusions and breaches has caused U.S. organizations to rethink their tactical and strategic planning for protecting critical assets. Improving physical security processes and protocols and creating a culture of awareness within an organization can help reduce some risks associated with these concerns. A robust physical security program typically includes physical security assessments, physical security penetration testing and governance across enterprise environments to understand both the potential risks and how to build a program to address them. Join RSM to learn more about how to build and assess your organization’s physical security program.

On this 60-minute webcast, our presenter discusses:

  • The key components of any physical security program
  • Considerations for building a culture focused on physical security
  • Different types of physical security assessments and how they may apply to your organization
  • Common goals and objectives of any physical security program
  • Current trends in training and recent FBI and Department of Homeland Security recommendations

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Event details

Who should attend
C-level executives (CEOs, chief information officers, chief financial officers, chief information security officers, chief technology officers, chief security officers, chief operating officers), board members, human resources, risk managers and directors/managers of information or physical security


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