Free Chapter: How Can Enterprise Security Risk Management Help YOUR Security Program?

How Can Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) Help Your Security Program?

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You will further:

  • Explore how security has traditionally been viewed both inside and outside of the security profession.
  • Understand how Enterprise Security Risk Management can change the perception of security in your business organization to help you better communicate the value of security risk management.
  • See how ESRM is your best methodology to meet the changing global security risk climate.

This complimentary chapter is excerpted from the breakthrough book, Enterprise Security Risk Management: Concepts and Applications, by Brian J. Allen, Esq., CISSP, CISM, CPP, CFE and Rachelle Loyear, MBCP, AFBCI, CISM, PMP.

As a security professional, have you found that you and others in your company do not always define “security” the same way? But, perhaps security interests and business interests have become misaligned. Brian Allen and Rachelle Loyear offer a new approach: Enterprise Security Risk Management. By viewing security through a risk management lens, ESRM can help make you and your security program successful.

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OR, learn more about the groundbreaking book Enterprise Security Risk Management: Concepts and Applications, by Brian J. Allen, Esq., CISSP, CISM, CPP, CFE and Rachelle Loyear, MBCP, AFBCI, CISM, PMP.

The authors of Enterprise Security Risk Management can further help with Concepts and Applications 

Brian Allen and Rachelle Loyear are experts in risk management, business continuity, crisis management and other related fields. Their hands on experience and knowledge can also give you the tools and materials that will help you advance in the security field. Whether the risks are informational, cyber, physical security, asset management, or business continuity, all are included in the holistic, all-encompassing ESRM approach which will move you from task-based to risk-based security. Students, a newcomer, or a seasoned professional can all benefit from realistic case studies, questions to help you assess your own security program, thought-provoking discussion questions, useful figures and tables, and references for your further reading.