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The Building Blocks of PSIM
4108



Thursday, September 26, 2013 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: S501a
Education Level: Intermediate


A common misconception about physical security information management (PSIM) is that it focuses exclusively on integration and incident management. In reality, an effective PSIM program is built on a solid foundation that starts with understanding which assets need to be protected. What are the “crown jewels” that if lost, stolen, damaged or diminished would most negatively impact your company’s brand, operations or bottom line? What are the biggest threats to these assets? Learn how these PSIM building blocks come together to help mitigate risk and protect what really matters.

Learning Objectives
At the end of this session participants will be able to understand how to identify “crown jewels” and how to link these critical assets to specific vulnerabilities using threat analysis.

At the end of this session participants will be able to understand the critical role that this preparation plays in informing effective incident response, and the role of technology (PSIM).

At the end of this session participants will be able to apply these building blocks to create crisis response plans to mitigate risk to “crown jewels” that could otherwise negatively impact the company reputation, operations and bottom line.

Presenters

Bob Banerjee
Sr. Director of Training and Development
NICE Systems

Jeff Spivey CPP, PSP
President
Security Risk Management, Inc.

Chris Swecker
CEO
Chris Swecker Enterprises

Brian Stephens
Senior Vice President, Protective Services Executive - Corporate Security
Bank of America