How to Make a Strong Business Case for Investing in Corporate Security

While cybersecurity has been in the spotlight, physical (or corporate) security is an equally important and essential aspect of organizational safety, and operational and physical resilience. That’s why it’s imperative that C-suite executives and boards prioritize investments in technology and resources to address the rapid increase in physical risks.

How to Make a Strong Business Case for Investing in Corporate Security

However, many chief security officers (CSOs) and teams still face one major challenge when requesting security investments: obtaining buy-in from senior management. In this ebook, we aim to help these leaders and teams overcome this obstacle by sharing best practices for developing and presenting a business case for security investments.

Download the ebook to learn:

  • Six tips to build a strong, compelling business case
  • Key questions and information to consider when preparing your business case
  • How to effectively demonstrate return on investment (ROI) of the requested security program or technology

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