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Corporate Security Management 1st Edition Challenges, Risks, and Strategies

Subject ISBN Author Publisher Number of Pages Title Year Price
Business, Management and Accounting 9780128029343 Marko Cabric Elsevier 242 Corporate Security Management 1st Edition Challenges, Risks, and Strategies 2015 $ 59.95
Author: Marko Cabric
Description: Corporate Security Management provides practical advice on efficiently and effectively protecting an organizations processes, tangible and intangible assets, and people. The book merges business and security perspectives to help transform this often conflicted relationship into a successful and sustainable partnership. It combines security doctrine, business priorities, and best practices to uniquely answer the Who, What, Where, Why, When and How of corporate security. Corporate Security Management explores the diverse structures of security organizations in different industries. It shows the crucial corporate security competencies needed and demonstrates how they blend with the competencies of the entire organization. This book shows how to identify, understand, evaluate and anticipate the specific risks that threaten enterprises and how to design successful protection strategies against them. It guides readers in developing a systematic approach to assessing, analyzing, planning, quantifying, administrating, and measuring the security function.
Table of Content: • Dedication • About the Author • Introduction • Section 1. What: Define o Chapter 1. About Security  Security and Its Essence  Basic Principles of Security  Glossary of Corporate Security Terms and Abbreviations o Chapter 2. Corporations and the Place of Corporate Security  Corporations  Key Corporate Partners of Security  About Corporate Security: The Profession and Its Challenges  Glossary of Corporate Terms and Abbreviations • Section 2. Who: Arrange o Chapter 3. The People  Chief Security Officer Competences  Security Team  Private Security Industry  People Management and Leadership • Section 3. How: Organize o Chapter 4. Managing a Security Organization  Security Models According to Industry  Security Management Styles  Key Success Factors in Managing Security Processes  Corporate Security Setup o Chapter 5. Incorporating Security Elements  Information and Intelligence  Security Governance  People  Physical Elements  Technology (Electronic Systems)  Communication  Control • Section 4. Why: Understand o Chapter 6. Internal Risks  Overview of Internal Risks  Reputational Risks  Embezzlement, Theft, and Fraud  Acts of Protest  Sexual Harassment and Mobbing  Substance Abuse and Gambling  Inadequate Security Resilience o Chapter 7. External Risks  Overview of External Risks  Global Issues versus Corporate Security  Crime  Cybercrime and High-Tech Crimes  External Frauds  Corporate Exposure to Terrorism  Natural Factors  Specific Risks to People  Data Leakage  Emergency Situations • Section 5. Where: Allocate o Chapter 8. Physical Security  Facility Security  Security of Events o Chapter 9. Product  Supply Chain  Retail Loss Prevention o Chapter 10. Human Capital  Human Resources  Security of Corporate Travelers and Expatriates o Chapter 11. Confidentiality, Integrity, and Availability  Confidentiality: Basic Information Security Principles  Integrity: Combating Fraud  Internal Investigations  Availability: BCM and Disaster Recovery • Section 6. When: Measure o Chapter 12. Analysis, Assessments, Planning, Control, and Administration  Threat Analysis  Vulnerability Assessment  Security Planning  Security Metrics/KPI  Trainings and Exercises • Index

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