02 Dec 2020
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Certificate in Corporate Security Management Studies

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The Certificate in Corporate Security Management Studies (CCSMS) lays out the foundation for developing a security management framework using strategic security structures, concepts, principles and models. It addresses the evolution of security technology and examines global risk and physical security trends to co-relate to both short-term and long-term prevailing security threats and challenges. Participants are also introduced to the foundations for planning and managing a security budget and presenting the budget to the c-suite leadership. In addition, this module provides an entry-level understanding of corporate, industrial and economic espionage and an introduction to emergency planning and crisis management.

CCSMS looks at the importance of strategic positioning of the Corporate Security function as an integral part of the Organization in order to nurture a collaborative partnerships with the other Business Units within the organization. This module equips participants to progressively develop the Corporate Security function to make a positive imprint and impact on the organization through active utilization of Corporate Competitive Intelligence, counter Corporate and Industrial Espionage frameworks and applying the concept of risk management to demonstrate the return on investment towards effective security budget planning and execution. Participants will learn how to apply fundamental security management principles and their inter-related applications and functions without impeding or going against the Organization’s corporate culture.

CCSMS aims to teach participants the impact of Risk and Threat to day-to-day business operations, learn about the two main types of Risk Classifications – Pure Risk and Business Risk and the various risk response options such as Risk Transfer, Risk Acceptance, Risk Avoidance and Risk Mitigation. Participants will also learn the definition and implication of various Risk terminologies such as Risk averse, Risk prone, Risk tolerance and Risk threshold. The final part of this module introduces participants to the concept of Business Continuity Management (BCM) and the role BCM plays in Emergency Planning, Response and Safeguarding the Resiliency and Survival of an Organization’s business. It serves as a prelude to the Business Continuity Management (BCM) Module in the Corporate Security Management Studies Diploma Course.

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Schedule

27 Oct 21 - 29 Oct 21
Singapore
22 Nov 21 - 24 Nov 21
Online
Event Details
Singapore
Orchard Plaza
Start From SGD 1300
Date : 27 Oct 2021 - 29 Oct 2021
Time : 09:00 AM - 17:00 PM
09:00 AM
10:10 AM
Introduction To Crime Prevention

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09:40 AM
10:00 AM
Coffee Break

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10:00 AM
10:30 AM
Evolution Of Policing In Crime Prevention

This module traces the evolution of Policing Principles to modern day Policing Objectives. It describes the shift from reactive to proactive Policing in crime prevention management.

10:30 AM
11:30 AM
Crime Prevention And Loss Management In The Commercial Business Environment

The importance of Crime Prevention and Loss Management in a commercial business environment is discussed. It also addresses criticality of Identifying Business Risks, Risk Mitigation and Risk Contingency when developing a business crime prevention loss management program and examines the importance of employee training and development in crime prevention.

11:30 AM
13:30 PM
Lunch Break

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13:30 PM
14:30 PM
Crime Prevention Considerations In Security Operations

The participants will be introduced to Emergency and Disaster Management as a crime prevention strategy in security operations. It also highlights key considerations when outsourcing security operations as part of the overall crime prevention strategy, the importance of a clearly defined Scope of Works and need for Non-Disclosure Agreements in Outsourced 3rd party Security Services Contracts.

14:30 PM
14:40 PM
Tea Break

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14:40 PM
16:30 PM
Crime Prevention Enablers 1 – Physical Security

The subject of Physical Security – one of several crime prevention enablers that would be featured in this program is covered in this segment. The trainer described the design and evaluation of a Physical Security (Protection) System as a Crime Prevention enabler and be an integral part of physical security measures meant to safeguard people, assets and the business; prevent unauthorized access and address security breaches.

09:00 AM
10:10 AM
Crime Prevention Enablers 2 - CPTED

An introduction to Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is well defined in this section. Examine the proper design and effective use of the built environment to achieve a reduction in crime opportunity and fear of crime is discussed as well.

10:10 AM
10:15 AM
Coffee Break

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09:45 AM
11:30 AM
Crime Prevention Enablers 3 – Security Audits & Assessments

This section outlines the framework for security audits and assessments. Definitions, Objectives and Risk Analysis Process that makes up the general key components in a security audit and assessment framework is debated. An analysis overview of the physical protection system from both a compliance-based and performance-based approach is well explained. It also addresses security audit and assessment from the cargo and supply-chain perspective.

11:30 AM
13:30 PM
Lunch Break
13:30 PM
14:30 PM
Crime Prevention Enablers 4 – Travel Security

The criticality of crime prevention practices as an enabler to avert the dangers associated with travel in the current unpredictable and volatile threat landscape is discussed in this session. Highlights of the dangers of both terror-related risks and pandemic-risks and guidelines to reduce such risks from occurring when travelling concludes this session.

14:30 PM
14:35 PM
Tea Break

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02:35 AM
16:30 PM
Theft And Fraud Prevention In The Workplace

The trainer will address the dangers of Insider Threats originating from within the company, specifically from employees, interns, on-site contractors, vendors and outsourced personnel. It tackles the difficulties of early identification of the threat source and the ramifications of damage control as a result of an insider threat incident.

08:30 AM
09:40 AM
Addressing Workplace Violence

The participants will dwell into workplace violence and the use of behavioural assessment and intervention to prevent violent behaviour at the workplace. It outlines focus areas, behavioural dynamics of workplace violence, violence risk assessment process and intervention and non-emergency situation resolution.

09:40 AM
09:45 AM
Coffee Break

.

09:45 AM
10:30 AM
Introduction To Information Security

The session will follow with an introduction on Information Security and the role it plays in safeguarding proprietary and confidential information as part of a crime prevention strategy to safeguard the company’s business. An overview of the various regulatory safeguards for protecting information and a basic understanding of Information Systems Threat is provided.

10:30 AM
11:30 AM
Common Modus Operandi Used In Scam, Cheat, Fraud And Phishing

The aim of this section is to identify common modus operandi used in the commission of crimes such as phone and internet scams and cheating and fraud on e-commerce and e-payment platforms. It also covers common phishing techniques used to illegally solicit information over the phone or email. The session ends with crime prevention practices that could mitigate early detection of such modus operandi and minimize falling victim to such crimes.

11:30 AM
13:30 PM
Lunch Break

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13:30 PM
14:45 PM
Crime Prevention – Cyber Security

The internet has opened up a world of information and opportunity for anyone with a computer and a connection. This section deals with establishing safety guidelines for both adults and children when on the information superhighway.

14:45 PM
14:50 PM
Tea Break
14:50 PM
16:00 PM
Crime Prevention – Identify Theft And Protection Your Privacy

Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in recent times. Identity theft is the taking of a victim’s identity to obtain credit cards from banks and retailers, steal money from a victim’s existing accounts or apply for loans. As our lives become more integrated with technology, keeping our private information confidential becomes more difficult. Electronic transactions can leave you vulnerable to identity theft and other types of fraud. This section focuses on the dangers of identity theft and protecting your privacy. It also provides guidelines and tips to safeguard both your identity and personal privacy.

16:00 PM
16:30 PM
Police-Private Sector Role In Crime Prevention

This section highlights the importance and advantage of security practitioners in the commercial business industry engaging with local law enforcement (police) to establish a platform for discussion, training and tapping on resources to develop a robust crime prevention environment for their business organization. Participants are also provided with an outline on key initiatives that both the Police and private sector security could partner in the fight against crime.

16:30 PM
17:30 PM
Written Assessment

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Event Details
Online
GMT +08:00 (Singapore Time)
Start From SGD 1300
Date : 22 Nov 2021 - 24 Nov 2021
Time : 09:00 AM - 17:00 PM
09:00 AM
10:10 AM
Introduction To Crime Prevention

.

09:40 AM
10:00 AM
Coffee Break

.

10:00 AM
10:30 AM
Evolution Of Policing In Crime Prevention

This module traces the evolution of Policing Principles to modern day Policing Objectives. It describes the shift from reactive to proactive Policing in crime prevention management.

10:30 AM
11:30 AM
Crime Prevention And Loss Management In The Commercial Business Environment

The importance of Crime Prevention and Loss Management in a commercial business environment is discussed. It also addresses criticality of Identifying Business Risks, Risk Mitigation and Risk Contingency when developing a business crime prevention loss management program and examines the importance of employee training and development in crime prevention.

11:30 AM
13:30 PM
Lunch Break

.

13:30 PM
14:30 PM
Crime Prevention Considerations In Security Operations

The participants will be introduced to Emergency and Disaster Management as a crime prevention strategy in security operations. It also highlights key considerations when outsourcing security operations as part of the overall crime prevention strategy, the importance of a clearly defined Scope of Works and need for Non-Disclosure Agreements in Outsourced 3rd party Security Services Contracts.

14:30 PM
14:40 PM
Tea Break

.

14:40 PM
16:30 PM
Crime Prevention Enablers 1 – Physical Security

The subject of Physical Security – one of several crime prevention enablers that would be featured in this program is covered in this segment. The trainer described the design and evaluation of a Physical Security (Protection) System as a Crime Prevention enabler and be an integral part of physical security measures meant to safeguard people, assets and the business; prevent unauthorized access and address security breaches.

09:00 AM
10:10 AM
Crime Prevention Enablers 2 - CPTED

An introduction to Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) is well defined in this section. Examine the proper design and effective use of the built environment to achieve a reduction in crime opportunity and fear of crime is discussed as well.

10:10 AM
10:15 AM
Coffee Break

.

09:45 AM
11:30 AM
Crime Prevention Enablers 3 – Security Audits & Assessments

This section outlines the framework for security audits and assessments. Definitions, Objectives and Risk Analysis Process that makes up the general key components in a security audit and assessment framework is debated. An analysis overview of the physical protection system from both a compliance-based and performance-based approach is well explained. It also addresses security audit and assessment from the cargo and supply-chain perspective.

11:30 AM
13:30 PM
Lunch Break
13:30 PM
14:30 PM
Crime Prevention Enablers 4 – Travel Security

The criticality of crime prevention practices as an enabler to avert the dangers associated with travel in the current unpredictable and volatile threat landscape is discussed in this session. Highlights of the dangers of both terror-related risks and pandemic-risks and guidelines to reduce such risks from occurring when travelling concludes this session.

14:30 PM
14:35 PM
Tea Break

.

02:35 AM
16:30 PM
Theft And Fraud Prevention In The Workplace

The trainer will address the dangers of Insider Threats originating from within the company, specifically from employees, interns, on-site contractors, vendors and outsourced personnel. It tackles the difficulties of early identification of the threat source and the ramifications of damage control as a result of an insider threat incident.

08:30 AM
09:40 AM
Addressing Workplace Violence

The participants will dwell into workplace violence and the use of behavioural assessment and intervention to prevent violent behaviour at the workplace. It outlines focus areas, behavioural dynamics of workplace violence, violence risk assessment process and intervention and non-emergency situation resolution.

09:40 AM
09:45 AM
Coffee Break

.

09:45 AM
10:30 AM
Introduction To Information Security

The session will follow with an introduction on Information Security and the role it plays in safeguarding proprietary and confidential information as part of a crime prevention strategy to safeguard the company’s business. An overview of the various regulatory safeguards for protecting information and a basic understanding of Information Systems Threat is provided.

10:30 AM
11:30 AM
Common Modus Operandi Used In Scam, Cheat, Fraud And Phishing

The aim of this section is to identify common modus operandi used in the commission of crimes such as phone and internet scams and cheating and fraud on e-commerce and e-payment platforms. It also covers common phishing techniques used to illegally solicit information over the phone or email. The session ends with crime prevention practices that could mitigate early detection of such modus operandi and minimize falling victim to such crimes.

11:30 AM
13:30 PM
Lunch Break

.

13:30 PM
14:45 PM
Crime Prevention – Cyber Security

The internet has opened up a world of information and opportunity for anyone with a computer and a connection. This section deals with establishing safety guidelines for both adults and children when on the information superhighway.

14:45 PM
14:50 PM
Tea Break
14:50 PM
16:00 PM
Crime Prevention – Identify Theft And Protection Your Privacy

Identity theft is the fastest growing crime in recent times. Identity theft is the taking of a victim’s identity to obtain credit cards from banks and retailers, steal money from a victim’s existing accounts or apply for loans. As our lives become more integrated with technology, keeping our private information confidential becomes more difficult. Electronic transactions can leave you vulnerable to identity theft and other types of fraud. This section focuses on the dangers of identity theft and protecting your privacy. It also provides guidelines and tips to safeguard both your identity and personal privacy.

16:00 PM
16:30 PM
Police-Private Sector Role In Crime Prevention

This section highlights the importance and advantage of security practitioners in the commercial business industry engaging with local law enforcement (police) to establish a platform for discussion, training and tapping on resources to develop a robust crime prevention environment for their business organization. Participants are also provided with an outline on key initiatives that both the Police and private sector security could partner in the fight against crime.

16:30 PM
17:30 PM
Written Assessment

.

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Refund Percentage Written Notice of Withdrawal Is Received:
90% more than 60 days before the Course Commencement Date
75% between 30 to 60 days before the Course Commencement Date
15% between 30 to 7 days before the Course Commencement Date
0% less than 7 days before the Course Commencement Date