Enterprise security is a resource to solve business problems, not just security problems. This annual exclusive takes a look at how the role of a security leader is evolving into a genuine member of the C-Suite, who contributes to the safety and success of the enterprise, and not just a manager of a cost center.
We spoke to nine female security leaders across the industry about mentorships, career paths, the security talent gap and how to foster diverse talent within an organization.
A career in security is often the road less traveled, but that needs to change in order to ensure future success of the profession and industry.
When it comes to educating and mentoring the next generation of CSOs and CISOs, the answer is pretty clear – the path is very uncertain.
Congratulations, security executives, soon you will officially be the “corporate rock-star.”
In a wired world that is also full of risk, an enterprise’s reputation can be destroyed in hours.
Corporate Security is a resource to solve business problems, not just security problems.
Jeff Berkin rarely makes a business and security decision these days that doesn’t somehow impact, either positively or negatively, the business.
Since the Security Executive Council launched six years ago, it and its research arm, the Security Leadership Research Institute (SLRI), have studied the shifting shape of the security profession and its drivers.