One of the challenges of security suppliers, and indeed corporate security departments is to articulate why they are worth the amounts spent on them. More specifically, for good security departments and suppliers, the challenge is to articulate what extra benefits you get from spending more on good security. In this workshop the aim is to discuss the broader benefits good security produces over average security or poor security.
Presented by: Martin Gill, Professor, Perpetuity Research; United Kingdom
Professor Martin Gill is a criminologist and Director of Perpetuity Research. Martin has published widely (14 books including the second edition of the 'Handbook' of Security' published in 2014). He is a Fellow of The Security Institute and a member of the Company of Security Professionals . Martin is a member and a Trustee of the ASIS Foundation Board, he was also formerly Chair of the ASIS Research Council and remains a member, as well as an overseas representative on the ASIS International Academic and Training Programs Committee. In 2010 he was recognised by the BSIA with a special award for ‘outstanding service to the security sector’. In 2013 IFSEC placed him in the top 40 most influential fire and security experts in the world.