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Corporate Security and the Organisational Frontline

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Corporate Security and the Organisational Frontline

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Corporate Security and the Organisational Frontline

  1. 1. Corporate Security and the Organisational Frontline Paul Murphy Manager Infrastructure Security, GHD Pty Ltd HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  2. 2. Scope of Presentation  Understanding the Security Challenge: The New Threat Environment  Issues for Corporate Security Programs  Implications for the enterprise HR strategy  Implementation HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  3. 3. Understanding the Security Challenge: The New Threat Environment  Focus on ‘New Threats’ September 11 Anthrax & NBCR Threats Bali Bombing Suicide Bombings HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  4. 4. Understanding the Security Challenge: The Existing Threats  Crimes Against Business Theft Fraud Extortion Product Counterfeiting HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  5. 5. Understanding the Security Challenge: The Existing Threats  Crimes Against Employees and Customers Physical Violence Theft Intimidation / Stalking / Harassment HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  6. 6. Issues for Corporate Security Programs  Privacy  Profiling and Data Mining  Public and Staff Perceptions of Security and how it should be managed  Legal Responsibilities  Cost  Risk Profile HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  7. 7. Implications for the enterprise HR strategy  Security Management – needs to be a corporate approach  Similar approach to the Management of OHS&R and environmental risks  Security Management Planning is the process an organisation undertakes to ensure it is managing its security issues, within the context of a business risk management framework  Achievement and maintenance of the appropriate level of security risk requires: Security treatments, infrastructure, management arrangements (the three legged stool) HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  8. 8. Implications for the enterprise HR strategy HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  9. 9. Implications for the enterprise HR strategy Security Management Framework  Security Policy and Management  Security Management Planning  Security Risk Assessment  Business Continuity (Risk Recovery) HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  10. 10. Implications for the enterprise HR strategy Security Administration  Security Management  Commitment and Sustainability  Security Committee  Security Risk Context HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  11. 11. Security Management Value Chain STRATEGY SECURITY POLICY AND MANAGEMENT FUNCTION SECURITY MANAGEMENT PLANNING RISK SECURITY RISK ASSESSMENT SUSTAINABILITY BUSINESS CONTINUITY (RISK RECOVERY) HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003 CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT SECURITY RISK MANAGEMENT SECURITY MANAGEMENT
  12. 12. Implications for the enterprise HR strategy Security Administration  Security Management  Commitment and Sustainability  Security Committee  Security Risk Context HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  13. 13. Implications for the enterprise HR strategy Security Risk Assessment  Criticality Assessment  Threat Identification  Vulnerability Assessment  Risk Assessment  Risk Reduction Program  Monitoring and Review HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  14. 14. Implications for the enterprise HR strategy Business Continuity (Risk Recovery)  Response Planning  Business Recovery HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  15. 15. Concluding Remarks HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003
  16. 16. Questions ? www.ghd.com.au/services/infrastructuresecurity HR Leadership 2003 National Conference 1-2 December 2003

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