The Next Generation Security Leader
Feb 26, 2008 10:44 AM
There are six areas of knowledge that successful security programs of the future must incorporate. They are government elements, security organization, emerging issue awareness, IT security, business elements and executive leadership.
Browse our ongoing series of articles covering each knowledge area and use our self-assessment tool.
-Tomorrow's Security Leader Today
By Bob Hayes and Michael Fickes
-How Government Experience Serves Today's Security Leaders
-How Knowing The Organization Helps Today's Security Leaders
-Why Companies Turn to IT for Protection in the Information Age
-Why Security Professionals Need Executive Leadership Skills
-New Skill For The New Millenium
These articles are presented in conjunction with the Security Executive Council (SecurityExecutiveCouncil.com), an international professional membership organization for leading senior security executives spanning all industries, both the public and private sectors, and the globe. For more information about the council, visit SecurityExecutiveCouncil.com/?sourceCode=access.
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