The purpose of the Security 500 is to create a reliable database to measure your organization versus others and create a benchmarking program among security organizations. The results will enable you to answer the question, “Where Do I Stand?” as a basis of an ongoing peer review process
These days, when it comes to storage of video, it’s choice – not chance – that determines security’s success at meeting its mission with use of technology. This is true for enterprise security leaders at the biggest organizations, where large numbers of cameras create ingest, frame rate, image quality and physical storage cost challenges.
There are numerous ways to skin the mass notification cat, according to numerous enterprise security leaders.
Mass notification is a step up from emergency communications and comprises numerous ways to get the word out to the appropriate people inside and outside buildings as well as through computer networks and mobile devices.
It’s Easy Being Green,” “Got Green?,” “Green Saves the Planet”— Ecologically-friendly products have come a long way since the early 2000s, when every other newspaper headline touted the novelty of the movement by quoting Kermit the Frog.
Welcome to the seventh annual Security 500 Survey, Benchmark and Trends report, recognizing both our profession’s best security leaders and their outstanding organizations as well as identifying the biggest challenges and targets for where billions of dollars will be invested to manage enterprise risk and improve security.
It wasn’t long ago that “cloud computing” was a marketing term being thrown around. And now? There’s been a marked shift towards cloud-based services. Research firm Gartner recently predicted that the market will grow 19.6 percent to $109 billion by the end of this year.
What are the Top 10 Trends Driving Enterprise Security?
October 1, 2012
What are the Top 10 Trends Driving Enterprise Security? Join Mark McCourt, Publisher of Security Magazine, as he delves into the 2012 Security 500 survey! This survey identifies the critical issues leading security executives are focusing on at their organizations.
Attention enterprise security leaders: Biometrics, including face and voice recognition, are not only getting better but better integrated with other security technologies and mobile devices to provide higher security, more convenience or both.
In the decade after 9/11, antiterrorist training and strategies have focused on combating the threat from without – al Qaeda and Muslim extremism, with the bulk of our human and technology resources going into public transportation facilities.