Corporate security management : organization and spending since 9/11 / by Thomas E. Cavanagh with the assistance of Meredith Whiting.

Author
Cavanagh, Thomas E. [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
New York : Conference Board, ©2003.
Description
50 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm.

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Summary note
This comprehensive study reveals business spending patterns since the attacks of September 11, 2001.
Notes
Caption title.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents
  • Organization and spending
  • Patterns of organization
  • Security directors
  • Risk managers and IT security officers
  • Accountability is widely dispersed
  • Salary levels
  • Staffing levels
  • The chief security officer position
  • Authority and financial resources
  • Changes in accountability
  • Case study: Emergency response at Duke Energy
  • Creating the CSO position
  • Spending on corporate security
  • A permanent increase in spending
  • A modest increase overall
  • Case study: Consolidating security at Avaya
  • Security spending in the Northeast
  • Smaller companies bear a larger burden
  • The cost of IT security
  • Case study: IT security at Unisys
  • The soaring cost of risk management
  • Changes in insurance coverage
  • Risk management as a line item
  • A methodological note on risk management data
  • The costs of terrorism
  • What security executives worry about
  • The desirability of dispersing facilities
  • Case study: Crisis management at Air Products
  • Threats to IT security
  • Lessons learned.
ISBN
  • 0823707997
  • 9780823707997
LCCN
2004272252
OCLC
52818315
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