How to Prove the Value of Corporate Security

Executives know they need to invest in security but ultimately don’t expect a return, which makes it challenging for security leaders to earn executive approval for advanced initiatives. The truth is, corporate security does yield financial benefits — but demonstrating that it does more than the traditional "guns, guards, and gates" can be a tall order.

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In this guide developed in partnership with the Security Executive Council (SEC), we share how to:

Evaluate the Effectiveness of Programs

Boosting your security effectiveness starts with earning the confidence of your leadership team and bringing security into the company's culture

Understand Your Internal Audience

Earn internal buy-in by better knowing your audience’s needs and motivators and fostering a sense of trust with your stakeholders

Make the Case

Educate the organization on how strengthening your security program and building a culture of care will benefit everyone

“The metrics we track in Ontic and report on have supported the growth of our team from 4 to 16 because we can consistently show how our work mitigates workplace violence concerns before events occur.”