Since the Security Executive Council launched six years ago, it and its research arm, the Security Leadership Research Institute (SLRI), have studied the shifting shape of the security profession and its drivers. Through in-depth, ongoing research, development of the Collective Knowledge™ process, and trend tracking, we have learned much about the changes that have affected security, as well as the personal and external factors that help determine leadership success.
Globalization and economic strain can lead to angry incidents. Security is changing. The various shifts underway right now involve more than just convergence, biometrics and Sarbanes-Oxley. Security is changing
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