The Security Executive Council (SEC) has welcomed Tom Bello, Coral Gehring, Matthew Giese, Bill King, and Tom Mahlik to its faculty of esteemed security experts. SEC subject matter experts and emeritus faculty (former CSOs and CISOs) have excelled in their careers and are eager to transfer their knowledge and competencies to other security leaders.
Security magazine is pleased to announce our 2018 Most Influential People in Security – 17 top security executives and industry leaders who are positively impacting the security field, their organization, their colleagues and peers, and the national and global security landscape.
Do you have a new job as the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), Chief Security Officer (CSO), the Security Information Manager or something similar? Congratulations! You’ve just received a great job opportunity – one that can either be your dream job, your worst nightmare, and sometimes both simultaneously.
Chosen by their colleagues, peers and fellow security industry professionals, these 21 leaders of corporate security, government, think tanks, universities, cybersecurity and more have proven themselves as some of the most influential people in security.
Companies increasingly want a better understanding of what contributes to predicting performance in possible new hires. They want to better understand a candidate’s motivation, values, beliefs and goals in addition to their competencies. This allows the hiring organization to better assess whether there are personality characteristics and traits that, when pushed to extremes, will impede the individual’s ability to be effective in executing the responsibilities of the position.