Earn up to 14 CPE Credits
Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) is a strategic security program management approach that ties an organization’s security practice to its mission and goals using globally established and accepted risk management principles. In this two-day course, you will explore the philosophy of ESRM, learn how to implement or transition to an ESRM-based security organization, and participate in practical exercises designed to help you develop and present security solutions with an ESRM approach.
- Gain a better understanding of ESRM, and the role of security and business leaders in an ESRM program.
- Learn how to develop a security program in the ESRM model.
- Discover how to use a business approach to communicate security concepts to business leaders.
Implementing ESRM - The Basics
In this session we will walk through the steps of the ESRM life cycle and discuss the processes involved in setting up a security program that aligns with the ESRM approach. We also cover the essentials for ESRM success.
What Is Your Role in ESRM?
Explore the ESRM view of the security leader’s role in the organization to ensure their internal business leaders understand security risks and tolerances and have sufficient information to make business decisions around implementing security risk mitigation programs.
Exercise: In the Beginning
You and your team will be introduced to a fictional organization for which you will develop an ESRM solution. You will have an opportunity to ask questions of the company executives to learn about the organization, your new business partners, and their concerns.
Transitioning to an ESRM Approach
In this session, we will look at the steps to transition from a traditional, tactically focused security management program to a strategic, risk-focused security program approach.
Security Governance - an ESRM Approach
Examine various options for how organizations might choose to govern their security programs in an ESRM implementation, ranging from executive sponsorship to extended security councils.
Exercise: Building the Base
Discuss potential security governance models with your team and draft a security policy and governance charter for your new program.
Manage Your Security Department Through ESRM
Explore how to manage a security department or program through ESRM. Items for discussion include skills needed by your team, potential structures and team roles, and aspects of the security budgeting process.
Risk, Data, and Metrics
Learn how to present reports and metrics that can lead to a better understanding of the state of security risks in the organization. Different types of reports for different audiences also will be explored.
Exercise: Developing a Risk Management Response
In this group exercise, your team will be presented with a security threat facing the organization. You’ll discuss as a team and come up with potential risk mitigation recommendations.
Lunch and Working Break
Talking Security Risk with Executives
In this session, we will explore ways to have factual, not fear-based, discussions about security risk with business executives. Tips and tricks for presenting to a senior executive audience also will be covered.
Exercise: Presenting the Case
This is your opportunity to present your risk management-based security solution to your company executives and receive feedback on how the presentation aligns with the ESRM philosophy and ideals.
Now the VP of Integrated Security Solutions at G4S Americas, Rachelle Loyear has spent over a decade managing programs in corporate security organizations. Focusing strongly on security risk management, she has been responsible for ensuring enterprise resilience in the face of many different types of risks, both physical and cyber. In 2016 she co-authored The Manager’s Guide to Enterprise Security Risk Management: Essentials of Risk-Based Security, in 2017, she released the book The Manager’s Guide to Simple, Strategic, Service-Oriented Business Continuity, and is a co-author of the 2018 book, Enterprise Security Risk Management: Concepts and Applications.
Tim is the Manager, Corporate Security - Cyber for the City of Calgary. He brings over 35 years of experience in the security industry and is recognized as one of North America’s leading Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) evangelists. Throughout his career Tim has held executive positions at several organizations, notably as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) for the Government of Alberta, and as the Director, Enterprise Information Security for Suncor Energy Services Inc. Recently Tim was the owner of Risk Rebels, a global security consulting practice, and a Principal Consultant at Online Business Systems.
Integrated Security Solutions
Amy Poole has five years of experience in managing corporate security programs and projects. With a background in audit and compliance prior to her security career, Amy brings a history of risk-based work to her security approach, tailoring enterprise security programs to an ESRM model. Amy is the co-chair of the Communications Committee within the ASIS Women in Security Council and a member of the ASIS Leadership and Management Practices Council. She is the board secretary for the Global Security Risk Management Alliance, and a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute (PMI).
CEO, Managing Consultant
New Source Security
Bill Phillips, P.E., is Managing Consultant and CEO of New Source Security, a multi-risk consulting group with emphasis on business strategies and processes for security, liability, and safety including workplace violence prevention. He has a broad professional background in corporate security as both a safety officer and an independent consultant. Bill has been active with the ESRM initiative helping to develop the initial draft, serving on the current technical and review committees, and as part of the ESRM program management team. He has consulted with and served on the advisory councils for several security industry companies, testified before Congressional Committees on various issues and regulations, and has made presentations internationally including ASIS International.
Special Security Projects, IP Risk Management
Tim Wenzel leads the Global Security Special Projects program at Facebook. In this role, he focuses on managing the privacy risk to Facebook’s Intellectual Property globally. Over the years, he has become a builder of boutique security programs which creatively manage risk while demonstrating business value. Some of his latest projects include building global security risk management programs, post-Benghazi training design for the Diplomatic Security Service, and protective strategist for domestic violence education and intervention. By properly identifying the true sources of risk and vulnerability, Tim and his teams provide clarity to the business and vision to security strategy.
Hotel, Fees and Schedule
InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
3315 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
The InterContinental Buckhead is now sold out for the week of our program. For hotel accommodations, the Grand Hyatt Atlanta in Buckhead and the Embassy Suites by Hilton Atlanta Buckhead are closest in proximity to the InterContinental and recommended by the hotel.
Registration fees include daily continental breakfast, lunch on day one, a networking reception, and refreshment breaks. Hotel costs are not included.
Monday, 24 June
Monday, 24 June
8:00 am–5:00 pm
Tuesday, 25 June
8:00 am–5:00 pm
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Continuing Professional Education (CPE)
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