Companies increasingly want a better understanding of what contributes to predicting performance in possible new hires. They want to better understand a candidate’s motivation, values, beliefs and goals in addition to their competencies. This allows the hiring organization to better assess whether there are personality characteristics and traits that, when pushed to extremes, will impede the individual’s ability to be effective in executing the responsibilities of the position.
Today's Chief Security Officers (CSOs) are worried about their investment, but more than that, they're worried about preserving employee safety, the safety of their data and the ability of their systems to integrate fully.
Across the globe, chief security officers (CSO) are under intense pressure to justify what they do, as business operations come under increased scrutiny from the C-suite, shareholders and outside auditors. More than ever, CSOs find themselves in the position of needing to make a strong case for their budgets and activities on a day-to-day basis.
There have been volumes written about the role of the CSO and how to gain a seat at the table in the C-suite. A relatively small number of CSOs have been able to convince their management that the CISO should be under their purview, citing the inherent mission conflicts that exist when the CISO reports to the CIO.
Analyzing the background of security leaders across the corporate security and risk management landscape, it is not surprising to see that a significant percentage of them have come from the public sector.
In business, the only constant is change. To sustain and thrive, organizations must embrace change. What is the role of the security executive in managing change and the associated risks? How will the security practice within an organization be affected by change? What knowledge and skill sets are required to effectively lead and manage security today... and tomorrow? Read More
The 11th Annual SECURITY 500 Conference will offer top-level security executives a day filled with information on how to elevate their programs with new strategies and solutions and ending with an intimate networking reception.
This year, Dr. Park Dietz will present a keynote address on Pathways to Extremist Violence and The Honorable Michael Chertoff will join in on a panel discussion exploring a broad range of issues and concerns that enterprises may be facing in the near and distant futures.
Who are the Most Influential People in Security? Find out which security leaders are making a difference in the September issue of Security magazine! Also, read about how New York is shaking up cybersecurity, changes in drone legislation, three steps to prepare for the GDPR, school surveillance savings and more.