Developing and deploying an Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM) program can be an intimidating and seem like a complicated venture. In actuality, you are likely performing many of the core components of an ESRM program, you just may not have viewed it through that comprehensive lens. In this session, we will discuss the key pillars of an ESRM program, how to leverage existing organization initiatives and connect into the culture of your company, in order to become a value-adding resource.
This webinar is sponsored by G4S.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
- Define the key attributes of an ESRM program
- Perform a program ‘self-assessment’ to determine what aspects are current in place at their organization
- Acquire a general blue print for ESRM Program deployment
Completion of this webinar is eligible for 1 CPE credit. CPE credits will be updated in your user profile within 48 hours of completion. Self-reporting of CPE credits is not required.
Tim Wenzel, CPP
Program Manager | Special Security Projects
Tim Wenzel leads the Global Security Special Projects program at Facebook. In this role, he focuses on managing the privacy risk to Facebook's Intellectual Property globally. Over the years, he has become a builder of boutique security programs which creatively manage risk while demonstrating business value. Some of his latest projects include: Building global security risk management programs; Engineering value into boutique security programs for Fortune 500 clients; R&D Program Manager for unique security technology and methods; Post Benghazi Training Design for the Diplomatic Security Service, US Dept. of State Protective Strategist for Domestic Violence Education & Intervention. Tim attributes his success in the industry to his problem-solving skills, which stem from his background in healthcare.
Jon Harris, CPP, PSP
Jon Harris has 15 years of experience in physical, technical, and operational security program design, development and deployment. He applies a risk-based and solution-oriented approach to his work, partnering with clients to ensure value-add outcomes. With experience leading multifaceted, global compliance organizations, Mr. Harris developed the ability to distill complex challenges into manageable program components, allowing for sustained and repeatable successful results.
Mr. Harris has particular expertise in applying Physical Security System design elements to related compliance requirements. He has in-depth experience with workplace violence and active shooter prevention program development. Mr. Harris’ diverse background and experiences offer Guidepost customers an excellent asset for developing, assessing or maturing their security programs.