The security industry is changing, as is the profile of a successful security executive. Maintaining the status quo is no longer an option, and ignorance of risks is no longer an excuse for not mitigating them. This topic in Security features game-changing security directors or industry leaders in different sectors. So who is breaking new ground in the security industry, making great strides forward in risk management while better supporting the enterprise as a whole? If you know someone (or are someone) who fits this bill – let us know! Send your recommendations and suggestions for future Profiles in Excellence to Security Managing Editor Claire Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For the fifth year in a row, FORTUNE has named Ryder System, Inc. as one of the World’s Most Admired Companies and one of the leading five companies in the Trucking, Transportation, and Logistics industry.
Historically there has been a shortage of college and university-level education programs focused on the knowledge, skills and competencies required for effective management of corporate security risk-related activities.
ASIS and the Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), a global organization of information security professionals and practitioners, have signed an event partnership that will see ISSA fully integrated into the ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits (ASIS 2017) taking place 25-28 September in Dallas.
After an incident is not the time to review your bomb threat preparedness plan. Work with local law enforcement and first responders, as well as internal stakeholders and partners, to develop a more comprehensive, confidential bomb threat response plan.
To select the most comprehensive yet affordable cyber insurance plan for your business, it’s critical to first identify who is accessing your confidential data and how they’re accessing it, as this information will largely dictate how your cyber insurance policy is outlined. Ensure your effective policy includes these six key components.
Ignoring cybersecurity whistleblowers or, even worse, subjecting them to retaliation will not fix data security problems. Instead, it will only result in increasing an organization's legal exposure and driving cybersecurity whistleblowers to report externally.
The 1995 bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City, OK, changed the state of Oklahoma and the country as a whole forever, but it didn’t stop businesses and families from calling it home, including GE’s new Oil & Gas Technology Center (OGTC), in Oklahoma City. Learn how the OGTC is a shining example of high-tech security with GE’s historically customer centered beliefs and strategy. Also in this issue: why smart cards are increasingly being embedded into mobile devices and wearables, what role certifications play in your career, and much more!