Manager's Handbook for Corporate Security Establishing and Managing a Successful Assets Protection Program

ISBN-10: 0750674873
ISBN-13: 9780750674874
Edition: 2002
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Book details

List price: $88.95
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology Books
Publication date: 2/28/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 463
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.75" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.112
Language: English

The protection of corporate assets which once only required physical security now requires a state-of-the-art asset protection program driven by a company's IT and security resources. This handbook is designed to help security professionals meet the challenges of the 21st century.

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
The Old and New World of the Security Professional
It's a New Century and a New World
Introduction to the New World
Summary
New and Old Threats to Corporate Assets, and What to Do about Them
Introduction to the World of Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Risks to Corporate Assets
Threats
The Work Environment Has Changed
Case Study
Motivations of Threat Agents, the Attackers
Vulnerabilities
Risks
Summary
A Short History of Corporate Security and Law Enforcement
Introduction to the World of Security and Law Enforcement
Definition of Security and Its Environment
Historical Overview of the Origins of Security
A Short History of Law Enforcement and Its Relationship to Security
The Changing Security and Business Environment
Summary
The Corporate Security Profession
The Need for Corporate Security
Corporate Security Today
The Role of the Corporate Security Professional
The Required Skills of the Security Professional
What Kind of People Are Needed?
Why the Corporate Security Professional?
Where Is Security's Place in the Corporation?
Summary
The Corporate Security Manager
The International Widget Corporation (IWC)
Introduction
IWC Background Information
Key Elements for the CSM to Consider
Getting to Know IWC
IWC's Business Plans
IWC CAPP Planning
IWC Departments of Primary Importance to the CSM
IWC Vision, Mission, and Quality Statements
Summary
The Corporate Security Manager's Role
Introduction to the World of the IWC CSM
CSM Leadership
Management versus Leadership
Customer Expectations
Executive Management Expectations of a CSM
Plans
The SBP's Specific Goals for the CSM
IWC Tactical Business Plan (TBP)
IWC Annual Business Plan (ABP)
CSM Expectations of Executive Management
Working with Executive Management
Working with Corporate Peers
Dealing with Office Politics
Representing the Corporation to the Community
Dealing with the News Media
Summary
Establishing and Managing a Corporate Security Department
Establishing IWC's Security Department
Duties and Responsibilities
Planning
Staffing a Security Organization
Budgeting
Controlling
Working with Your Managers
Working with Your Employees
Managing Conflict
Dealing with Satellite Offices in the United States
Dealing with Satellite Offices in Foreign Lands
Case Study
Quality, Process Improvement, and Metrics Management: Assessing Organizational Performance
Summary
The Corporate Security Functions
Administrative Security
Introduction
Corporate Security Department Projects
The IWC Corporate Assets Protection Plan
Corporate Asset Protection Policies
Procedures
Summary
Physical Security
Definition of Physical Security
Security in Layers
Outer Layers of Protection
Inner Layers
Access Controls
Physical Security Costs
Physical Risk Assessments
Physical Security for Classified Government Contracts
Summary
Outsourced or Proprietary Security?
Outsourcing: A Definition
General Information
The Advantages and Disadvantages of a Proprietary Security Organization
The Advantages and Disadvantages of an Outsourced Security Organization
Candidate Security Functions for Outsourcing
Sample Outsourcing Analysis
Case Study
Summary
Personnel Security
Introduction
Preemployment and Background Investigations
Sensitive Positions
Conducting Preemployment Background Investigations
Adverse Information
Workplace Violence Prevention
Workplace Violence Case Study
Workplace Violence Prevention Program
Causes of Violent Behavior
Changes in Behavior or Appearance
Crisis Levels and Recommended Actions
What the CSM and Security Managers Can Do to Prevent Workplace Violence
What Employees Can Do to Prevent Workplace Violence
Workplace Violence Response
A Checklist for the Elements of a Good Personnel Security Program
Summary
Security Education and Awareness Training
Introduction
Developing a Security Education and Awareness Training Program (SEATP)
Automation and Online Information Sharing
Summary
Fire Protection
Introduction to Fire Protection
Fire Prevention and Protection
Vulnerability to Fire
Risks
Fire Prevention and Protection Program--The Elements of IWC's Effective Program
Fire Regulations
Outsourcing Fire Prevention and/or Suppression
Summary
Contingency Planning
Introduction
Contingency Planning Program
Emergency Response
Crisis Management
Business Continuity
Summary
Investigations
Introduction to IWC's Investigations Organization
Managing the Investigations Organization
Investigations Organization Mission, Vision, and Quality Statements
Crime Prevention Principles
Crime Prevention Organizational Responsibilities
IWC Investigations Organization Duties and Responsibilities
The Investigations Organization's Strategic, Tactical, and Annual Plans
Crime Prevention Program and Organization
Crime Inquiries and Investigative Functions
Sources, Networking, and Liaison
A Crime Occurs--Should You Call Law Enforcement?
Summary
Government Security
Introduction
Why Discuss National Security as Part of Corporate Security?
IWC and Government Agency Contract
National Security Classified Information
Assets Protection Requirements in the National Security Arena
Assets Protection Objective in the National Security Environment
Responsibilities
Collective Assets Protection Controls
The Appointment of the Corporation's Focal Point for Government Contract Program Assets Protection
National Industrial Security Program (NISP)
Homeland Security
National Infrastructure Protection Center (NIPC)
IWC Government Contract Award Notification
Summary
Information Security
Introduction
Three Basic Categories of Information
Determining the Value of Information
Case Study--A Process for Determining Information Value
The Protection of Automated Information and High-Technology Equipment
IAPS Organization Responsibilities
IAPS Management Job Description
IAPS Staff Job Descriptions
Information Assurance and Protection Program (IAPP)
Summary
Executive Protection
An Introduction to Executive Protection
Why Executive Protection?
The Threats and Risks
Know the Protectee
The Protector
Advance Work
Transportation
Home, Office, and Automobile
Mail and Packages
Issues and Concerns
Summary
Event Security
Introduction
Advance Work--Pre-Planning
Security Operations
Physical Security
Information Security
Staff and Executive Protection
Contingencies
Summary
The Security Profession Now and in the Future
How to Develop and Maintain a Corporate Security Career Development Program
Introduction
The Corporate Security Manager's Career Development
Establishing and Managing a Corporate Security Career Development Program
Summary
Security Professionals--What You Can Do to Help Others
Introduction
Lectures
Writing
Associations
Educational Institutions
Mentoring
Summary
Ethics and the Corporate Security Professional
Introduction
Codes of Ethics
Corporate Ethics, Standards of Conduct, Business Practices, and Corporate Values
Impact of Ethics on the Corporate Assets Protection Program
Summary
The Future of the Corporate Security Profession
Introduction
It's a New Century and a New World
Summary
About the Authors
Index

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