Get ready: Security magazine's March 2022 issue is here!
What's inside? First off, Security unveils the 2022 Top Cybersecurity Leaders — 12 security professionals whose leadership qualities and contributions have positively shaped their organizations, colleagues and the general public. This year’s recipients are bridging the cybersecurity skills gap, championing diversity and focusing on making the industry safer and more successful as a whole.
Inside the March 2022 magazine, find more features and columns:
COVID-19 Lessons Learned: Security leaders have learned a number of lessons during the global pandemic that will help with future incident response and operational continuity.
The Iowa State Fair Deploys Analytics to Maximize Situational Awareness: Attracting more than one million visitors each year, the Iowa State Fair makes safety and security a top priority.
Security Risk Management Within the Nonprofit Sector: Let’s explore key considerations when developing an NGO security risk management program.
A New Era of Travel Risk Management: The past few years have created a need for intelligence and scalable travel risk management programs to protect organizations and their people.
Pandemic Management and Contact Tracing Solutions: A product spotlight showcasing solutions that aid enterprises in their efforts to mitigate COVID-19 risk, including disinfecting robots, employee wellness checks and more.
School Security: A Focus on Doors: When it comes to gun violence within schools, security leaders should focus on one practical consideration first: doors.
The Definition of Senior Security Executive: To understand the senior security leadership role of the future, you must understand organizational approaches to risk-related issues.
How to Practice DIY DE&I: Michael Gips talks about going a step further with diversity, equity and inclusion.
A Transformative Journey: John McClurg reflects on the transformation of BlackBerry as a handset company to a software company.