Businesses across the globe face all kinds of risks daily, and these risks are constantly evolving. That’s why we’re always seeking to improve the solutions we offer and challenge our clients to look at things differently.
Security professionals are challenged by a negative perception that exists in the security industry, and most likely in their organizations. Physical security is often viewed as a cost that is more of a burden to the organization than a benefit.
You have a choice as an Enterprise leader are tasked with ensuring a comprehensive security approach that reduces risk and protects assets, while at the same time meeting stakeholder expectations for cost effectiveness and return on investment.
Wearable technologies are increasingly more common and the next generation of connected security officers will wear body accessories that are powered by sensors that gather information from their immediate surroundings and then relay that information for storage and analysis at the edge or in the cloud.
As an industry, security must be mindful of taking an untried path, to avoid opening up security risks as we make the transition to Security 4.0. If done correctly, our transition will bring similar benefits in efficiency, effectiveness, and overall empowerment for the human side of the human-technology team.
Today’s security leaders encounter many challenges. They have to operate with reduced budgets and face challenging and evolving risks daily.
Whether a company's security program is in-house, outsourced, or a hybrid of both, the leading global security executives and decision-makers are acutely aware of how to effectively leverage the resource capabilities of intelligence professionals within their organization.
Change is never easy and for many of us who have been in the security industry for a while, our comfort zone is in the “nuts and bolts” of our day-to-day tactics. We know our details.
With the U.S. economy firing on all cylinders, it is a good reason for savvy leaders to think about protecting their key assets from exposure to ever-evolving internal and external security risks.