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Security Salaries and Budgets Benchmarking Report

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Finally, objective decision-support for Security Director's 2012 strategic security planning and resource allocation recommendations.  The new 2011 Security Salaries and Budgets Benchmarking Report of spending on physical security, security budget metrics, compensation trends, salaries and wage rates, and benchmarking data saves planning time and facilitates management approvals.

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Security Directors, arm yourself!  

Get the facts and remove the stress and uncertainty from the Security budget and planning cycle!  Find objective decision-support for your 2012 strategic security planning and resource allocation recommendations in the new 2011 Security Salaries and Budgets Benchmarking Report of spending on physical security, security budget metrics, compensation trends, salaries and wage rates, and benchmarking data. 

5 Ways to Save Time and Secure Your 2012 Budget Recommendations

  • Use industry vetted performance metrics and actual corporate security budget data, including variance over the previous year, to plan your annual budget. 
  • Fine-tune assumptions and spending recommendations by comparing your budget with benchmarking data on program and recurring expense item spending of peer organizations.
  • Identify savings and budget gaps by assessing your operation’s spending against objective data on corporate security spending for physical security, salaries and wage rates and more, broken out by industry and company size.
  • Justify your budget allocations based on spending trends, allocation standards and practices broken out by industry and company size.
  • Educate all levels of management and demonstrate value using proven strategies from Security Directors across a variety of industries and company sizes.

From the editor: “Our goal is to arm security directors with context and an objective framework to formulate and scrutinize their security budgets,” said Garett Seivold, author of the report and Editor of IOFM’s Security Director’s Report.  “Key findings on what security directors spend their budgets on, how that varies by industry and in comparison to previous years, are essential reference points security professionals need to evaluate their spending strategies and assumptions,” Seivold remarked.

 

Overview of the 2011 Security Salaries and Budgets Benchmarking Report:

Section 1: Spending on Physical Security including:

  • Total annual spending
  • Allocations
  • Trends
  • Metrics

…broken out by industry and company size and compared to historical spending

Section 2: Security Salaries including:

  • Compensation trends and starting salaries by position for 18 positions, including CSO
  • Job descriptions and adjustment for regional cost of living differences

Section3: Benchmarks of Industry Spending for:

  • Programs – like travel safety
  • Budget Items – like Security Hiring Costs and Background Screenings

Access the the full Table of Contents

  • New research saves you time and staff resources in planning your 2012 security programs and budget, with detailed spending analyses and budget benchmarks not readily available from other sources.
  • Use this practical tool to uncover under-resourced security areas, and make your case to senior management for an effective and efficient annual budget.

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Get the data and strategies you need to formulate and fine-tune an effective security department budget, and strategies to expedite approval and demonstrate value with the 2011 Security Salaries and Budgets Benchmarking Report.  No Risk Trial Offer: IOFM's Ironclad 100% Money-Back Guarantee -  if you are not satisfied with the report for any reason, return it within 30 days for a full refund, no questions asked. 

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