Security Administration I 1 Evolving

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Evolving a Discipline of Security

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Security Administration I 1 Evolving

  1. 1. Evolving a Discipline of Security • What do we have? • What do we need? • What can we learn? – Value of security – Policing – Role of management • What’s the game plan?
  2. 2. What do we have? • Lack of – Research – Academic interest – PhDs (expertise) – Funding – Scientific research – Critical thinking • Immature discipline • Missing connection theory-practice
  3. 3. WHY?
  4. 4. • No connections – Between Practitioners – Between Academics –Between Practitioners & Academics
  5. 5. What do we need? • Connections –Practitioners –Academics • AKA?
  6. 6. •Building relationships •Networking
  7. 7. What can we learn? • Value of security • Policing • Role of management
  8. 8. Value of security • Workplace crime affects – People • Employees, contractors, customers – Liability • Health and safety of people – Profits • Loss, prevention, even company value – B B B B B B B (multibillion dollar effect)
  9. 9. Value of security • Add financial value • Align with business objectives –Assess risks, understand weakness & vulnerabilities in all business processes • Collect quality data & speak the language • Change the mindset
  10. 10. Policing • Security ≠ Police • Many forms of security –External –Internal –Hybrid • ≠ but overlap • Many roles of security
  11. 11. Role of management • Needs to be evaluated as is and then . . . • Often solutions that don’t fit, weren’t best fit • Better to do something than do nothing • Perception of security • Academic discipline lacks input from management and business
  12. 12. What’s the game plan? • Collaborate • Build recognized body of knowledge • Establish blueprints – Like Risk Management • Use cross-discipline ideas/approach – Management – Disaster management – Organizational studies – Sociology of work
  13. 13. Review • What is affected by crime in the workplace? • What do we mean when we say Security Management? • What should be taken into account when evaluating response to crime? • What is the primary stage when planning to address crime and other security problems?
  14. 14. That’s all . . .

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