Security Management (sometimes also Corporate Security) is a management field that focuses on the safety of assets (resources) in the organization, i.e. both physical safety and digital security. Security management is closely related to risk management and is aimed at creating through various methods, procedures, guidelines and standards a permanent secure solution to such conditions, to help prevent or reduce identified risks in particular. Security management is a systematic, repetitive set of interconnected activities to ensure safe operation and thus reduce the likelihood of risks. The purpose of security management is similar to risk management, to avoid problems or negative phenomena (security risks and threats), avoid crisis management, and to avoid creating problems. Security management in organizations is largely about ensuring authorized access to the assets (especially finance, information, real estate, ICT). Security management is therefore closely related to authorization management.
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