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ASIS Chapter 156 – Chapter Learning Event
January 26 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm EST
The success of a security program can be measured in several unique ways using different techniques. Some are statistically based while others focus on activities such as client feedback and individual or overall security team performance. There are lots of opportunities to identify how the program is doing but selling this message to executive management can be more challenging.
If we ask the question “Is the security program successful?” the response may be yes; however, the more important question might be “Does executive management know that the security program is successful and what that means to the business?”
Selling the security program to management is not an isolated activity but rather an ongoing effort that educates them about the work and successes of the larger security team. What you sell is as important as how you sell it. What you sell should be readily understood, address business needs, be objective, supportable, flexible, measurable as well as many other things depending on the environment within which you are operating.
Phillip (Phill) Banks leads The Banks Group, Inc., an enterprise risk management, security engineering and organizational resilience-based consultancy located in British Columbia, Canada. TBG serves clients located in North America, South America, Europe, Middle East, Africa, Australia, Indonesia, Laos and China and provides security leadership and advisory services which focus on effective, measurable solutions to existing and foreseeable threats and risks.
Phill has in-depth experience in security performance measurement, security program effectiveness analysis and maturity modeling for corporate security programs. Phillip is acknowledged by ASIS International as competent to implement and internally audit against the ANSI/ASIS Organizational Resilience Standard.
Phillip served 25 years in federal law enforcement with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police specializing in security operations and technology and completing his career as the Officer-in-Charge, National Security Engineering and Electronic Security Programs. Since leaving the RCMP he has led the security management consulting practices for both KPMG (Toronto) and Deloitte & Touche (Chicago) prior to launching The Banks Group Inc. in 2003. He is a Professional Engineer and a Certified Protection Professional (CPP).
Phillip is a past Chairperson of the ASIS International, Physical Security Council and was a 2010 and 2015 recipient of the ASIS International, Presidential Award of Merit.