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“Companies can also improve their approach to recognition of security professionals, an important part of retaining them. Too often, recognition is only shown after an incident occurs.”

Antony Bailey, Global Asset Protection Manager

“Hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes and wildfires have put people and physical property at greater risk. CSOs will continually need to keep abreast of these threats to ensure their companies can prepare and protect against them.”

Mary Rose McCaffrey, Former Vice President of Security at Northrop Grumman

“The biggest opportunity for global companies in the use of new security technology is how it can advance the capabilities of organizations and reduce risk. As the world rapidly changes, its successful implementation is the key.”

Dave Komendat, President of DSKomendat Risk Management Services

World Security Report

More than USD$1 trillion in revenue was lost by companies as a consequence of physical security incidents in 2022. Economic unrest is expected to be the greatest security-impacting hazard in the next 12 months, a significant increase on the prior year. One in four publicly-listed companies reported a drop in their value following a physical security incident over the last year.

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1. CSOS to Front Line Personnel:
Professionals responsible for overseeing the security leadership, operations, strategy and execution.
2. Business Executives, Human Resources and Owners:
Decision-makers in charge of ensuring the safety and security of their company's assets and personnel.
3. Risk Management Analysts:
Specialists analysing potential risks and vulnerabilities within an organization's operations and strategy.
4. IT and Cybersecurity Experts: 
Individuals focused on protecting against cyber threats and ensuring the integrity of information systems.


1. Comprehensive Risk Assessment and Team Alignment 
To understand advanced risk assessment techniques and align the entire security management team on integrated strategies, enhancing organizational resilience.
2. Strategic Planning and Budget Justification

To aid in the development of informed strategic plans and provide solid justification for security budgeting, ensuring efficient allocation of resources towards critical security needs.

3. Threat Awareness and Management 

Stay ahead of the curve by enhancing your awareness and defences against potential internal and external threats that lie just outside of your organization’s usual security radar.

4. Challenge the Status Quo

Knowledge is power. Leverage global statistics to showcase how an integrated security practice can foster a holistic approach to organizational security, mitigating threats and building a stronger community.