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FREE WEBINAR - 5 Things to Consider When Creating a Security Master Plan

  • April 30, 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Webinar

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ABSTRACT:

This course will walk security professionals through five steps to creating a realistic security master plan and how to make the business case for funding. We start with where you're at and what capabilities you have. From assessing current technology and budget, analyzing company-specific risks and threats, determining an appropriate risk level, to determining realistic short- and long-term goals, identifying a technology roadmap to get you to your ultimate goal, to finally determining the appropriate metrics and outlining what is achievable with a beneficial budget--this webinar will give attendees a course of action for long-term strategic and master planning.

Learning Objectives:

  • Apply a proven process to develop a physical security master plan.
  • Implement metrics to support any budgetary requests for their master plan.
  • Identify elements of a security master plan.
  • Set realistic short- and long-term goals for their security master plan.
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SPEAKER

Danny Chung 
Danny Chung tackles system design and technology selection with a long-term strategy and vision in mind. His greatest pet peeve is outdated and disparate technologies across a standard-less enterprise. As a result, his mission is to save clients time, money, and hassle by coming up with a plan and strategy tailored to each client’s needs.

Danny fell into the security industry after graduating from North Caroline State University. His career began at a security consulting firm as a design engineer. Over time, he worked his way into consultant role. In 2014, Danny joined Northland Controls as a program manager. He also left for two years to be the director of operations for several dental practices. After growing them significantly, he found himself drawn back to security. He rejoined Northland as the Global Director of Consulting and Design.

When he’s not performing risk analyses, he’s sounding the alarm for standards and planning for the best technologies to meet clients’ needs and goals. And when he’s not doing that, he can be found spending time with his wife and kids or on the golf course.


Participants completing this course may be eligible to receive Continuing Professional Education credit or CPEs toward ASIS re-certification.

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