Creating a strong security culture that is embraced by the business will lead to improved collaboration and increase the value of the corporate security mission
San Francisco, CA (Vocus) October 12, 2010
Today, David G. Patterson, a Director in The Steele Foundation’s consulting practice is presenting “Developing a Strong Security Culture”, an advanced session at the 56th Annual ASIS International Conference in Dallas, Texas. With an overview of top corporate security concerns, and factors affecting employee behavior, Patterson will introduce Steele’s advanced methodology to develop a Security Solution Hierarchy for multinational organizations.
“Creating a strong security culture that is embraced by the business will lead to improved collaboration and increase the value of the corporate security mission”, said Patterson. “Security is constantly evolving based on risks, but the core of any program is grounded in the culture. The Steele Foundation has always been a thought leader in defining how corporations can protect themselves and this methodology exemplifies lessons learned combined with a strong understanding of forward thinking security management.”
How strong is your company’s security culture? Patterson will discuss the significance of analyzing your current security procedures, and developing a process improvement plan, incorporating security language into key corporate policies. The session will provide attendees with the tools necessary to introduce key security concepts that empower executive management to be an active participant in the development of a strong “top-down” security culture that is accepted and practiced at every level throughout the organization.
About The Steele Foundation
The Steele Foundation is a longtime global provider of investigative, security and consulting services for multinational Fortune 500 companies, as well as small- and mid-sized businesses, governmental and nonprofit organizations. With regional offices in 16 strategic locations around the world and active engagements in over 150 countries, Steele’s solutions respond to the complexity of doing business in today's fluid, outsourced marketplace. Specialized local expertise includes intellectual property and brand protection, compliance auditing, forensic accounting, due diligence and background investigations, incident management, emergency response and executive protection
With 20 years of experience in the field and an international roster of top experts from a range of relevant disciplines, The Steele Foundation sets the industry standard for innovative, professional and highly personalized crisis and risk management throughout the enterprise. For more information, visit http://www.steelefoundation.com.