The Security Function (Session Code: 423)
If you are your institution's Security Officer, your primary duty is to develop and administer a written Security Program for your institution. "Security" isn't just about alarms, robbery procedures and filing Suspicious Activity Reports any longer. "Security" has become the term that defines the evolutionary process that provides a safe and secure environment for employees to work -- and for members to do business. "Security" is also a control function that's often described as the act of providing protection and defense against real or anticipated threats. "Security" has evolved rapidly from a minimal function into the "Security Department" -- a business unit.
The security function is also one of the most potentially political functions within the organization. Used appropriately, it can become a pivotal and powerful force in averting losses and recovering missing funds and property. Used inappropriately, however, and it can ruin the organization, its employees and its customers. Understanding the myths and misconceptions about the security function -- and about what the Security Officer should actually do for the organization -- is as important as understanding the governing regulations themselves.
This workshop provides a logical and strategic model that's designed to help the institution's Board of Directors, senior managers and security personnel understand the true scope of security-related regulations and industry-standard security practices. By understanding the cause and effect relationships involving the creation of an effective security function and risk reduction, the Security Officer may use this model to design and implement a standardized, institution-wide Security Program that meets or exceeds regulatory requirements.
Affiliate: $ 169.00
Out of State Pricing:
Regular: $ 175.00
Contact: Cheryl Washington (Illinois Credit Union League)
Telephone - February 11, 2014: 10:00 am CT
Duration: 11:00 am CT