Best of GSX 2021: Getting Strategic About Security with ESRM
Take your understanding of Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) to the next level with this curated package of GSX recordings.
Take your understanding of Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) to the next level. This Best of GSX package contains 6 recordings that expand on the tenants of ESRM.
This package includes:
- Enterprise Security Risk Management: Gaining a Competitive Strategic Edge Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) is a methodology that — if implemented with a well-structured project — allows investments to be based on the real risks of organizations and also the best way to guarantee the least impact on business continuity. ESRM is also the way to leverage the business, with known and treated risks, correct investments, and measurable key performance indicators (KPIs). Hear best practices and the corporate legacy of an excellent deployment of a robust ESRM program in a complex and dynamic organization. Learn the real benefits of adopting the ESRM methodology as a great lever of their corporate strategies and the real returns and benefits of a successful implementation.
- ESRM Approach to Security Digital Transformation Complete digital transformation of security is a matter of when, not if. While many security systems are tied to digital networks, not all security programs are taking advantage of the connectivity and workflow potential of these programs to drive a fully digital security experience for their organizations or to provide a platform for risk-based decision making. In this dynamic session, a panel of enterprise security risk management (ESRM) and digital transformation experts will discuss ways an ESRM approach can help your organization create a more streamlined and connected security program. In this session, the learner will review basic terms and concepts to gain an understanding of what digital transformation really means.
- What Security Should Steal from Marketing In today’s hyper-distracted world, attention is limited. If we want to successfully raise awareness, change behavior, and influence culture, we need to engage with our audience first. Unfortunately, security-awareness programs often fail right there, at that first hurdle. This workshop will reveal some of the latest tools and techniques that savvy marketers have been using for years, capturing our attention, orienting our behavior and moving us towards taking certain actions. Join us to ask questions, learn from colleagues’ experiences, gain practical knowledge of what makes us click, and how to leverage psychology to achieve positive change in your organization.
- A Review of the New ASIS ESRM Maturity Model by Industry Proponents of ESRM Over the past year, the ESRM Steering Committee has been working on a new version of the ESRM maturity model. The aim was to create a more intuitive tool to help security leaders understand the level to which an existing security approach already fulfilled ESRM philosophy's tenets and where and how it could be improved to meet these requirements. This proposed panel discussion will engage with industry proponents of ESRM philosophy to discuss the new, interactive maturity model. An expert panel will offer their experience and views as to how the model should be employed most effectively by those considering an ESRM approach and by those in the process of refining one.
- Enterprise Security Risk Management in a High Threat Environment: Lessons from Nigeria Intertwining threat factors in Nigeria range from terrorism, criminality, kidnap for ransom, social upheavals, political agitations, and militancy, and to operate in this complex security environment requires effective and efficient enterprise security risk management (ESRM) systems, capabilities, and skills. In this panel session, speakers will provide pragmatic examples of how ESRM models enable security professionals to gain and sustain relevance in a dynamic and challenging environment, arming them with the requisite knowledge to bring sustainable value to organizations operating in Nigeria, West Africa, and globally.
- Why Good Security Advice Ignored by Executive Leadership? And What Is the Cure? It often seems like security departments are seen by their parent organizations as mere cost centers, necessary evils, or mindless regulatory requirements. Why is that? Is security, as we've heard in the past, "speaking a different language?” Or is it something more? Join this panel to hear tactics and approaches to build better relationships with your business partners and the leaders in your organization, and learn how to align the mission of security with the mission of the entire enterprise. We will also analyze how to frame security costs in a new perspective to show value to the business and shed the "cost center" image. You will walk away knowing how your security department can rise above being a "cost center" and be an integral part of the business discussion.