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With the rising threats organizations are facing, security executives are tasked with meeting these challenges while also ensuring that expenditures are kept in check. How can security executives know that they are effectively meeting organizational risks in a cost-effective manner? How do security managers create metrics to show that their counter-measures will have a guaranteed return on investment? What steps are essential in identifying organizational risks? Once security surveys have been performed and risks identified, what type of risk analysis models will help guide the security professional to creating a security plan that will best ensure organizational resilience.
- Create a risk analysis for their organization
- Apply ESRM best practices
- Develop effective metrics that measure ROI
Robert A. Carotenuto is Associate Vice President for Security at The New York Botanical Garden. Prior to joining The Garden, he was a member of The Metropolitan Museum of Art Security team for sixteen years, serving as Associate Security Manager for Physical Security and Emergency Operations from 2004-2010. He is the ASIS Cultural Properties Council Chair and serves as Security Committee Vice Chair for the American Alliance of Museums.
Ricardo Sanz Marcos is Managing Partner at PROARPA - Security Asset Protection and Cultural Heritage. Based in Spain, PROARPA offers independent security services focused on the preparation, awareness, prevention and intervention to manage risk and provide optimum security. Following the increase in the terrorist threat worldwide, Ricardo also provides anti-terrorist management consulting to institutions and companies related to tourism. Ricardo is a member of the Council of Cultural Heritage of ASIS International and has made management of cultural heritage their primary focus.
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