Finding the right individuals to lead your international security team can be a daunting task-getting this mission right will yield benefits that will protect your bottom line, but if you don't do your research or follow due diligence, you may put your corporation in real peril. Begin by understanding the qualifications required for these positions-then you just need to know where to look.
Coordinating and setting up a security department is best achieved with the help of an expert, usually a Chief Security Officer (CSO). For global businesses, a Regional Security Manager (RSM) is essential for each area of operations. Yet selecting candidates for these positions is usually in the hands of laypeople who may not be familiar with the latest developments in the security field, or how to determine if a candidate is suitably qualified.
With this webinar by our expert speaker Ray Rhodes, learn the essential qualities of competent security personnel and leadership, the current state of the field, and licensing and other qualifications for selecting leadership for your organization's security team. Next, learn the most common means of recruiting a qualified, competent CSO or RSM, and how to find the best fit for your company's needs, as well as mistakes to avoid. Finally, learn due diligence in fact-checking and otherwise investigating candidates to make sure your corporation's security is in hands you can trust.
Every company and every location is different. Thus, it is impossible to provide one template that will fit all situations. Accordingly, this presentation will use a case study approach that will provide participants with lessons they can then apply in their own organizations, and the important questions to ask during the process of selecting leadership for their security team.
Who should attend?
Senior management of mid to large size US companies involved in domestic and international operations.
Ray served as a U.S. Army officer for over 24 years, both in peace and war, throughout the world. His assignments took him as an Airborne, Ranger, Infan try officer from the jungles of Vietnam to the frozen tundra of Alaska and from the American Embassy in India to the halls of the Pentagon. He was also a member of the... More info