The Security Leadership Research Institute (SLRI) is dedicated to providing independent and actionable research to the security and risk community. The SLRI was formed as a result of the need by the security industry to document the entire spectrum of risk mitigation and security through research. If you need to benchmark your programs, you need to become involved. There is no cost to join except a small amount of your time.
We're Here to Help You
The SLRI will help you solve issues such as:
Issue: I don’t have time to always benchmark with my peers and it costs too much money to hire a research firm.
Benefit: One of the unique features of the Institute is you are required to participate in only a small number of research initiatives yet will receive all research generated by the SLRI. Your small investment means a big return to you.
Issue: How do I find independent and unbiased research that comes from vetted sources?
Benefit: Potential members must possess certain qualifications to join such as current security practitioner status. Information will be verified.
Issue: My research needs can vary based on day-to-day issues.
Benefit: We understand that issues come and go and often the most important issue is the one you’re facing today! The goal of the Institute is to build a re-usable repository of research data that you can pull from. The more participation the larger the pool of data will be.
Issue: Research I can find is usually specific to someone else's issues.
Benefit: You have a say in what research initiatives are most important. In addition, over time research conducted will be refined by industry and company specific issues.
Who Can Participate?
Become involved by filling out the brief SLRI request form or write us at: email@example.com and we will contact you.
*If you are from the vendor or academic community and would like to discuss how you can also become involved please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Note: All members are required annually to fill out a survey asking basic demographics and details about your security role or program(s).