Many of the world’s best-known brands came under fire in 2018 while confronting unexpected or long-smoldering crises. Uber, for example, battled assault and abuse charges across its operations, while YouTube, Starbucks, and many of the very media companies uncovering workplace safety failures themselves faced stern tests to their security and public response protocols.
Climate-related catastrophes and the threat of workplace violence also garnered headlines around the world. Meanwhile, an increasingly technologically-integrated workplace continued to upend traditional ways of meeting perennial security challenges.
Yet, despite the fact that corporate security incidents invite public scrutiny more swiftly than ever via social media, the number of organizations with an appropriate (security) crisis management and communications plan remains stubbornly put around the 50 percent mark worldwide.
The demand for proactive engagement from corporate leadership to safeguard their people and property has never been higher. And that’s why teams need to be aware of the principal security challenges confronting their organizations - and invest the time and resources to protect against the top threats to corporate security in 2019.
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