Who is it for?

The transition from “shooting targets to meeting targets” can be a true challenge, and not only because of the need to add soft skills to security doctrine. The true challenge lies in managing to successfully match security principles and philosophies with the business mindset and adopt different perspectives that require new competencies and contemporary skills.

This course is intended for security professionals who are making the transition from military and law enforcement to corporate security, for acting corporate security managers who are looking to expand their knowledge and skills and move upward in the corporate world hierarchy, and for business leaders looking to gain an in-depth understanding of one of the crucial corporate functions.


ASRM brings the carefully proportioned blend of winning security strategies and best international corporate practices in order to equip participants with unparalleled knowledge, skills and tools allowing them to:

  • Effectively assess risk and vulnerabilities
  • Plan, design and manage security setups that efficiently prevent risks, respond to incidents, and recover from disasters
  • Manage complex processes and projects
  • Match security programs with business strategies
  • Fruitfully cooperate with stakeholders
  • Lead effective security organizations in large, complex commercial enterprises.


You must possess a High School Diploma from an accredited school as evidenced by an official high school transcript showing the graduation date.In order to successfully follow the course of study and truly benefit from this premium program, you should be proficient with basic security concepts which you will prove by submitting a professional resume and three relevant references.

You must have good command of spoken and written English language to efficiently follow lectures, use resources, complete tests and assignments. In case we were not able to clearly establish your eligibility, the admission team might ask you to submit additional proof, such as documents and/or references.

Available Courses

  • Putting the core principles of security in perspective, introducing the corporate world, its values and terminology and exploring the essence of corporate security. Researching key competences, management  techniques and challenges, and introducing the internal and external risks that commercial organizations are facing.

  • Researching internal and external security threats that can affect businesses and learning how to identify and address them. Exploring incident economics and the Incident Butterfly Effect Principle. Thoroughly analyzing the concepts of vulnerability and resilience, both as actual measures and as a mindset.

  • Gaining thorough understanding of the seven essential elements of a security system, learning to develop and manage each of the elements and realizing how they blend-in together to achieve the best results in addressing both the anticipated and the unanticipated threats. Researching the best practices of securing crucial corporate processes and assets by preventing risks, responding to incidents, and recovering from crisis’ and disasters.

  • Mastering security administration such as planning, reporting, and budgeting. Quantifying incidents and losses and creating cost effective security solutions. Creating security metrics and measuring Key Performance Indicators.

  • Learning the principles and strategies of protection of information and safeguarding of critical information and communication infrastructure, and digital assets, both on the level of information security governance and by understanding networks and systems and practically applying ICT security tools.

  • Structuring and performing internal and external investigations, throughout the entire life cycle of problem solving while complying with internal and external regulations and company culture, and successfully overcoming procedural, ethical, legal and hierarchical obstacles and challenges.

  • Mastering the business dimension of security management by understanding the financial significance of security for a business. Researching how security adds tangible value to the product and/or service and how it influences the reputation of the brand.

  • Understanding different security requirements and competences depending on industry related business models, different types of product or service, and diverse business processes.

8 Courses

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Swiss Alpine Diploma in Hotel Management 2010

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BA(Hons) International Hospitality & Tourism Management 2020

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Panagiotis Grigoriou

Swiss Alpine Diploma in Hotel Management 2019

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