Building up trust and increasing positive reinforcement can start to help employees to see security in a different light, and possibly even start to change some minds about the personal benefits of paying close attention to security rules.
Is it safe to travel to the U.S.? Some countries don’t think so. While the U.S. government has issued warnings to U.S. citizens about travel to other countries (which continue to this day), some countries are now warning their citizens about traveling here.
If you and your program are not viewed as adding value and assisting the business in executing its strategy, then you are relegated to a draw on overhead or worse yet a necessary evil. If you are viewed as the latter, it might be time to brush up your resume, as your days may be numbered.
Security magazine’s 11th annual Security 500 conference, held on November 13 in Arlington, VA, featured high-level speakers, including Dr. Park Dietz, whose keynote address discussed Pathways to Extremist Violence.