The Change in Value: What will you protect? Mick O’Neill Operations Manager Health, Safety & Injury Management Division Vedior Asia Pacific
Key points What do you need to protect? Logic makes you think, emotion creates value Security is about compromise and evaluating risk - you already know how to do this The landscape is changing…
Social Network Sites Identity Raking up the past Who owns the information? What can you control?
Employee sentiment People are different – so is loyalty They don’t protect their own stuff, why would they protect yours? You can’t make me!
Environmental performance The high cost of being green, or less black or whatever Your risks have changed Public companies need to be ahead of the game – how could you be harmed?
BCP of supply chain/critical infrastructure providers Who do you rely on? Risk management is an oxymoron in this world Who can be hurt by hurting you?
Job hopping (especially Govt to Private and return) The pool is shallow so the water is recycled Remote access, backdoors and ‘security workarounds’ Regulators
Review Look beyond physical assets Apply your security model to what you want to protect and take action – a risk management approach Keep vigilant about the changing nature of value and worth