Security Managers

Protect People, Property, and Processes

You are entrusted with the security and protection of the people, physical assets, and privacy of information at your organization. The responsibilities of a security manager include evaluating risks, putting mitigations in place to lower potential risks, and responding to and documenting incidents. Evaluating the information gained from incidents, and then implementing countermeasures to reduce the threat of another incident from happening again, is also part of the role of a security manager. Thefts, burglaries, assaults, violent incidents, workplace violence, accidents and other urgent or traumatic events are just some of the challenges for which a Security Operations Manager must prepare. It goes far beyond cameras, guns, gates, and guards. He or she must provide leadership and support to their team and the leaders of the organization. Their job includes physical threat risk assessments, incident reporting and metric analysis, security resource management, and overseeing security staff while ensuring necessary compliance to industry standards.

Modern technology offers the security operations manager tools and resources to provide timely, relevant and necessary information to help decision makers respond during an incident. Technology is customizable and scalable to grow and provide help you serve the needs of your organization. Cloud-based, apps, and traditional server-based solutions are now the norm, but the challenge is which is right-sized for your organization, meets the needs of your work, and supports both internal and external security standards.

FutureShield works together with you to bring together the right software solutions to meet the needs of your organization, and support you in your daily operations to help you perform to the optimal level your responsibility requires.