September 11, 2020
Despite some recent negative media attention, the overall quality of integrated security services has not suffered. In fact, the opposite is true. While some employees found that the overall approach and system were too difficult and confusing for them, others mentioned positive experiences, such as the chance to move up from entry-level to supervisory roles within the business and an increase in job opportunities from their current position. And, of course, in many of the conversations I’ve had with security experts and managers, the most common comment was that integrated security has made the company feel more secure than it ever has before.
Information Risk Management: Analytics to Enhance Risk Management
Security services are often misunderstood by companies of all sizes and industries. They can be intimidating to new managers because they seem to offer a lot more than just security. But in reality, integrated security only adds a layer of security to an already strong business. It’s not just about adding a barrier between people and the threat of physical harm. It’s also about making sure that employees understand the risk that exists, how they can reduce that risk, and what the consequences of failing to do so are.
Security solutions are important for any company, because a company that is not protected is one that is more likely to suffer from loss or damage than a company that is protected. No matter where the company is located, no business can afford to take any risks. However, the types of businesses that are at the highest risk of losing everything, the ones that require the most investment in security, are the businesses where managers can least afford to make mistakes. Integrating security solutions into an organization helps to protect those types of businesses.