As the global and national security landscape evolves and changes; so too does the need to improve security management practice. This includes; systems, practitioners, processes and the NZ and Global security sector as a whole.
There has been a dramatic increase in global militant activity, large scale civil unrest and the increasing levels of low to high levels of criminality. These dynamics pose significant challenges for state agencies and the commercial sector trying to interpret and manage their individual security portfolio in a meaningful way that promotes business continuity.
The implementation of security management systems can provide oversight and relief for those Security Managers / Advisors / Consultants (or personnel responsible) and their respective reporting channels, as they and their organisations are able to identify areas of concern (gap analysis) using integrated systems and those parts of the business that have decreased and or increased security risks.
In today’s fast moving technical world, integrated management systems is the way forward, having a risk based approach augmented into security platforms which communicate across each other to allow for those organisations to maintain increased awareness and visibility of their security with a competitive edge.
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