Media and entertainment employee and asset protection
From protecting employees, buildings, and event locations to brand reputation, media and entertainment companies are facing an ever-evolving and complex threat landscape. This means media and entertainment security teams need a more holistic view of threats to mitigate risk and minimize losses.
Keep company employees and assets safe and secure
Anticipate growing threats
There's an exponential increase in external threats against companies, their employees and assets, especially in the media and entertainment industry. Security teams without a modern program risk safety, security and reputation damage. They need a corporate security program that supports monitoring of persons of interest (POIs) and OSINT activity across the internet, the dark web and other sources to uncover important details and relevant information to keep principals and employees safe and out of harm's way - no matter where they are.
Detect insider threats early
Insider threats — whether intentional or accidental — can not only have a major impact on your company’s reputation, but it could lead to loss of intellectual property, disrupt productivity and have massive monetary consequences. With many employees having access to sensitive data and information, it is more important than ever to have business and entertainment security protocols in place to detect threat indicators early and hone in on malicious activity or identify human error that could negatively impact the business.
Standardize security protocols
When assessing a reported incident or person of concern, media and entertainment security teams need structured and easily repeatable protocols to determine the level of risk. Having standardized threat assessment processes in place enables your team to better address threatening behavior and mitigate incidents. Additionally, enhanced cross-collaboration throughout the duration of an investigation ensures that appropriate team members across the organization have a single view of reported threats and incidents, enabling advanced physical and cyber security in the media and entertainment industry.
55% of organizations identify privileged users as their greatest insider threat risk.
OBSERVE IT, 2020
$121 billion in annual losses are attributed to workplace assaults.
RAVE MOBILE SECURITY, 2020
57% of senior-level executives rank “risk and compliance” as one of the top two risk categories they feel least prepared to address.
ROPES & GRAY, 2019