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Security, Risk and Resilience Standards Changing the Business Landscape

New Standards for managing risks in organizations and their supply chains are changing the business landscape for security managers and practitioners.  ASIS/ANSI standards for organizational resilience, physical asset protection, supply chain risk management, workplace violence, auditing, risk assessments and investigation provide new tools to manage risks.  The private security operations series of standards, first published by ANSI and soon to be published in ISO, have already been adopted by the US and UK governments for contracting and several governments have stated they likewise require the standards for contract when published by ISO.  What do you need to know to keep your business competitive?

Dr. Marc Siegel is the Commissioner heading the ASIS International Global Standards Initiative developing international and national risk management, resilience, security, and supply chain standards as well as provides training on their implementation.  He is an internationally recognized Certified Business Improvement Lead Auditor, as well as a Certified Trainer and Skills Assessor for both security and resilience management. Dr. Siegel serves as Chairman of ISO/PC284 developing standards for private security service providers. He is co-author of Organizational Resilience: Managing Risks of Disruptive Events – A Practitioner’s Guide, by James Leflar and Marc Siegel, CRC Press, 2013.

 

Dr. Allison Wylde is an academic, lecturer and business leader with more than 22 years’ experience. Her PhD from Birkbeck College, University of London (2015) sets out the processes involved in constructing organizational trust, specifically in the cyber domain. She is a member of the Royal College of Science Association a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society a member of the ASIS International Commission on Security and Governance and member of the British Standards Institute technical committee on Security. 
 
Allison’s current research examines cyber-relations and ‘security culture’ and she writes and presents at international academic and industry conferences, most recently at the peer-review Annual Academy of Management Conference in Philadelphia USA 2014. She is the author of a chapter Safety, security and event management: a case study of London 2012 in the Routledge Handbook of International Events.

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