2023 World Security Report: Risk Data to Drive Your Security Program Plan

Businesses today operate in a fast-paced environment of evolving global risk.  
The first steps toward successfully addressing security challenges are understanding the global risk picture; determining how local operations fit into it; and establishing how to protect people and property most effectively for the unique risk profile of the operation.
In this session, Enterprise Security Risk Management author and expert Rachelle Loyear will examine key findings from Allied Universal’s newly released World Security Report, which offers a groundbreaking look at the concerns of 1,775 chief security officers (CSOs) from large, global companies in 30 countries on emerging and evolving threats, people and technology in security and the future of security.
She will also discuss how global risk trends are shaping plans for local security needs as reported by those same CSOs, and how you can also leverage risk information as the foundation of your own security risk management plans and practices.

  1. Key facts and findings from the World Security Report that will help you understand what top CSOs across the globe are experiencing and planning for.
  2. An understanding of how a risk-based approach to security program design can help you most effectively manage the local operational impacts of security risk.

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: December 5, 2023
: 2:00PM ET - 1:00PM CT - 11:00AM PT


Rachelle Loyear
is the vice president of integrated security solutions at Allied Universal. In this position, she provides strategic leadership, program direction, development, and management, and process implementation management for the Americas Region for the Allied Universal Security Risk Management and Integrated Solutions support program. This position transitioned from G4S through a corporate acquisition to Allied Universal in April of 2021.

In this role, she designed, developed and implemented a strategic plan to drive adoption of two customer-facing Security Risk Management systems. One for G4S International and one for Allied Universal in North America. She led a three-year project included system development project management, employee training and support development and delivery, and coordination on planning for public communications materials. She also developed and implemented an end-to-end innovation and product management life cycle to guide new integrated security ideas from inception to product launch. In 2020, this process was used to launch a revamped Remote Video Monitoring product, the 2020 COVID-19 services suite, and a Security Analysis Services program.

While at G4S, Loyear served as director of program management, integrated security solutions. Employed at Time Warner Cable for nearly 14 years, she was the director of Enterprise Business Continuity.

Loyear earned a bachelor’s degree at the University of North Caroline at Charlotte and completed a master’s degree at the University of Phoenix. She is a Certified Information Security Manager and holds a Master Business Continuity Professional credential.

Date: Dec 05, 2023

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 1 Hour

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