Types Of Metrics & Performance Indicators:

Influential Initiatives from the Corner Office
 The Chief Security Officer Dashboard
 Risk Analyses
 Threat Assessment
 Vulnerability Assessment
 Cost Risk Benefit Analysis
 Leading Indicators
 A lagging indicator
 Value Indicators
 Critical Ranking
 Confidence and Influence Indicators
 Security Standards

Security-Related Measures and Metrics
Communicating Risk Knowledge
Audit Implications
Background Investigations
Business Conduct & Reputational Risk
Criminal Incidents and Investigations
Security Operations, Physical Security & Premises Protection
Contingency Planning & Business Continuity
Business-based Security Programs
Confidence with the Corporate Security Functions
Management, Professional Development & Employee Satisfaction

Risk Measure Maps
Frequency and Severity of Workplace Violence Incidents
Increased Numbers of Employees as Subjects in Misconduct Cases
Security Budget Reduction As Result of Decreasing Corporate Revenues
Business Interruption By Computer Virus
Failure of Security to Respond to Security Breach

Building A Model Appropriate To Your Needs
Does the Business we’re in Make a Difference?
What Are the Most Important Data to the Security Executive?
What Should We Measure?
What’s the Goal? What Are Your Objectives With This Data?
 Metrics Can Bite
 How to Get the Attention of Different Constituencies?
 Management of the Data
 What tools are in the presentation tool kit?
 Interpreting the data
 Organizing for success: engaging a security committee.

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