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C-Suite responsibilities: The changing role of the CSO
Dec 5, 2013, 9:00AM to 5:00PM
London, WC1N 1HT, UK
|Details||C-Suite decision-making and strategy-setting is one that has developed significantly over the last few years
In a world without frontiers, where organisations are expanding into non-traditional markets and where incidents can escalate to crisis, and crises to disasters in a matter of minutes, the ability of the CSO to offer guidance and an appropriate level of expertise in all areas of corporate security and risk management, both pre-emptively in identifying and offering solutions to potential problems and in responding and managing the reaction post-event, has never been more critical.
SMi's masterclass hosted by David Rubens Associates offers an in-depth investigation of what the roles and responsibilities of the modern Chief Security Officer are, and how they can best fulfil their function in a C-Suite environment. Examples of corporate failures and global best practices are taken from real-life situations, and all sessions are designed to give participants a real insight into how they can best serve their organisations, and add value at every level of their operation.
Keywords: security officer job role, role of the security officer, corporate security and risk management, chief security officer, c-suite decision-making and strategy-setting
|Venue||Holiday Inn Bloomsbury London|