United States

Building and assessing your physical security program

RECORDED WEBCAST  | 

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

Fee
Complimentary

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