Data centers are increasingly becoming the center of the enterprise, and data center and cyber security is following the same path for security departments. According to Justin Flynn, a consultant at the Burwood Group, the virtualization of data centers allows enterprises to scale more easily and faster, with a smaller footprint.
However, hosting enterprise data in the cloud can make intrusion detection more difficult – how can enterprise security leaders team up with other departments to keep aware of cyber risks and traffic, and physical and data compliance during the virtual transition? How can CISOs and CSOs discuss cyber threats with the C-Suite to get the resources they need? And how can the proper infrastructure test and verify possible malicious attacks?
In this Security exclusive, Gail Lenehan, President of the Emergency Nurses Association, and Bryan Warren, President of the International Association for Healthcare Security & Safety, discuss the reputation security has in the healthcare industry and its effect on workplace violence.
In this Security exclusive, IAHSS President Bryan Warren talks about how to make the most of the available resources and metrics to answer the CFO’s two vital questions and gain the financial support needed to accomplish preventative security.
In this podcast, Bill Lawrence, director of Service Solutions and Platforms for ADT Security Services, explains the growing interest in video surveillance by both government agencies as well as businesses of every stripe. He discusses what any organization should consider before investing heavily in the technology. Lawrence is a 25-year veteran of both the information technology and physical security industries, with extensive experience in network video surveillance and physical security convergence.
A discussion with Ray O’Hara, 2011 president of ASIS International and Executive Vice President, International Services and Consulting and Investigations Andrews International, about how law enforcement and military personnel can transition into a career in security.
Millennials like smartphones, online banking, selfies and… security? The security industry is in need of millennials’ talent and innovation, but it’s necessary to adjust expectations and support to get the most out of this new workforce. The Leadership Issue of Security includes insight into millennials’ career strategies, data breach response planning, hospital security & more.