Thank you for showing interest in the recent discussion with our experts from the Security Risk Management practice about the role and value of a Virtual Security and Crisis Manager and suggest why this is a flexible and valuable resource for many clients.
As organizations adapt to the post-COVID-19 environment, the need for expertise in navigating the world of security risk management and crisis management has become critical. In the future there may be regulatory and government requirements to have adequate crisis management plans in and teams in place, but even without regulatory requirements, responsible organizations will want to manage their risk and resilience moving forward in an uncertain business environment with some organizations finding it challenging to find the appropriate skill set within their existing workforce. Before the pandemic, we were seeing companies combining security and facilities management, leaving a significant knowledge gap around security and crisis management.
This expertise could be a significant business enabler for organizations who need specific security and crisis management knowledge. Kroll has actively provided virtual security and crisis managers to our global client base and has expanded the service since the beginning of the pandemic.
Whether part-time, full-time, long-term, short-term, in person or virtually, Kroll has a tailored solution to fit your organization based on your immediately acute and long-term objectives.
Originally hosted on July 2, 2020.
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