Jeffrey A. Slotnick, CPP, PSP
Please join me for Sessions 4204 and 4304 Enterprise Security Risk Management: An Introduction and Exercise. This is a single contiguous session on Monday September 25th from 2pm to 5pm and will include a Problem Based Exercise.
In 2016 ASIS International identified Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) as a global strategy. ESRM is defined as a management process used to effectively manage security risks, both proactively and reactively, across an enterprise. ESRM continuously assesses the full scope of security-related risks to an organization and within the enterprise's complete portfolio of assets. The management process quantifies threats, establishes mitigation plans, identifies risk acceptance practices, manages incidents, and guides risk owners in developing remediation efforts. During this session attendees, will learn how to apply ESRM fundamentals through a facilitated course of instruction and problem based exercise where participants will need to resolve one of three scenarios involving a real-world disaster. By sharing solutions, they will gain an understanding of how ESRM can be used as a global strategy that adds value through risk identification and mitigation.
The learning objectives for this session include;
Know the fundamentals of enterprise security risk management
Understand how ESRM can be used as a global strategy
Apply the fundamentals of ESRM to a real-world problem.
If you want to learn more about Enterprise Security Risk Management as an ASIS International Global Strategy, this is the place for you to be. Please join me and others as we explore this hot topic together!
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This session is taught in collaboration with the ERSM Commission and Ron Worman.
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