Aronson's New Enterprise Security Risk Group Offers 360 Degree Risk View
FREMONT, CA: The adoption of risk management services is essential to every organization as risk management programs provide both the strategic basis and the operational framework for handling crisis in a company and provides a parent policy for crisis management. It has been reported that, Aronson Security Group recently announced its foray into the Security Risk Management Services (SRMS) market and the formation of the Enterprise Security Risk Group (eSRG).
According to a research conducted by Aronson Security Group it is evident that businesses, IT and security executives are attempting to create a 360-degree view of their risk, resilience, and security programs. A program delivery methodology for ESRM in addition to a new service delivery mechanism that brings about a drive in leadership, innovation, and change within organizations is required for the creation of a 360-degree risk view. Post incorporation of Security Risk Management services, Aronson intends to help business executives navigate opportunity and risk while creating measure-able value from their Enterprise Security Risk Management initiatives. Furthermore it helps the Physical, Cyber, and Building Automation security domains to create a common language around risk while optimizing their people, processes, and technology. Principles with domain knowledge of program assessments, security strategy, planning, organizational change management, and technology roadmaps sums up the eSRG team.
“SRMS will define services and product vendors who can operate in one of the consulting, services, or technology practices that enable Enterprise Security Risk Management (ESRM),” comments Ed Bacco, Global Head, Corporate Security, Amazon.
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