Have a clear understanding your values, skills and interests; focus on your future profession; set clear goals based on your strengths; know your next step; obtain new learning and skills you will need; and establish a diverse communication network – these steps will increase your chances of career success and job satisfaction.
The ASIS International 61st Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2015) is westward bound this year. Set for September 28 – October 1 at the Anaheim Convention Center, this year’s event is shaping up to be one no security management practitioner will want to miss. The event is anticipated to welcome more than 19,000 global security professionals from both the operational and cybersecurity disciplines for three days of education, technology and service exhibits, and networking.
Although cyber insurance has been around for a few years now, since it is still a fairly new concept and the industry is expected to grow exponentially in the near future, companies may have questions. Lynda A. Bennett, Chair of Insurance Coverage Practice at the law firm of Lowenstein Sandler, LLP, in Roseland, New Jersey, spoke with Security about the ins and outs of cyber insurance. As an attorney specializing in these types of claims, Bennett represents enterprises, not insurers.
On Demand Transitioning from public to private sector retail security is often a concern of many military, federal agents, police officers as well as security or Criminal-Justice recent College graduates. Providing guidance, sharing ideas and discussing alternatives can help many public professionals to and ease and stress-free transition to private sector security related jobs.
Change-makers, thought leaders and industry pioneers, these 16 security executives, legislators and mavericks are making a difference in security, impacting enterprises, communities and nations. Can Hackers Really Control Airplanes? Discover 3 steps for timely cyber intrusion detection. Read all this and more in the September 2015 issue of Security.