How to Build Security Into the DNA of Your Organization
Many companies view their corporate security function as a cost center—and miss out on the untapped potential of a robust security culture.
In this episode, Wendy Bashnan, Director of Security and Fire Protection at Scout Motors, unpacks insights from her 30-year career—from government security at the U.S. Department of State, NATO, and the Diplomatic Security Service to the private sector as Chief Security Officer at Nielsen.
Listen to learn how to:
- Engage with the business and get buy-in for the security function
- Leverage public-private partnerships to achieve your goals
- Effectively communicate “the why” at every level of the organization
- Start building AI policies and protocols to protect your business
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