Social spaces will be able to identify and know their inhabitants, visitors, guests, caretakers, administrators, and any other people who interact with them. This knowledge is a fundamental building block because social relationships are built on the concept of stable personal identity over time.
CEOs are focused on growth and performance, and successful security leaders need to focus on supporting and enabling organizational goals.
March 1, 2014
CEOs are focused on growth and performance, and successful security leaders need to focus on supporting and enabling organizational goals. Security needs to be involved in overall organizational performance and avoid being viewed as a narrow, technical function.
Recently, there was a mall shooting in which three people died about five miles from my home in Columbia, MD. My wife and I were to have been there getting her phone fixed in the exact part of the mall where the killings took place.
In a New York Times/CBS NewsPoll, a week after the Boston Marathon attack, which was unraveled after the release of video footage of the two suspects flushed them out of hiding, 78 percent of people said surveillance cameras were a good idea.
Incidents, though often unfortunate, deliver an incredible opportunity to not just respond to and correct the situation, but to compile and analyze data that can greatly contribute to security strategy. This effort has evolved over time with the adoption of security technology.
Global Security Operations Centers (GSOCs) are a valued necessity to support an enterprise’s global business goals and operations today, but building one requires buy-in, organization and insight from the enterprise’s internal and external customers, including its GSOC operators.