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Tools

    Next Generation Security Leader Graphic This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
The six "knowledge streams" shown in this graphic represent the core skills and leadership competencies as represented by Tier 1 Leaders and Faculty necessary for today's leaders.
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   Next Generation Security Leader Program-Options This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This Security Executive Council (SEC) Next Generation Security Leader (NGSL) program was developed to arm security practitioners and other risk mitigation managers with the business leadership acumen necessary to propel them and their organizations to the next level of strategic performance. The NGSL program is the only one that connects best practices from risk theory and business processes through application and value contribution. The SEC has collaborated with the University of South Carolina, Darla Moore School of International Business to its bring cutting edge Security 2020 Curricula to academia, business, government and NGOs. NGSL programming has been successfully delivered with culturally relevant guidance to next generation security leaders across the globe.
 
    OPaL Assessment Executive Summary This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
An assessment developed based on six plus years of research and trending on successful corporate security leaders and programs. It consists of three main factors that play a role in the success of enhancing or moving programs ahead in any given organization: Organizational readiness, program maturity and leadership status.
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   Security Leadership Best Practices This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This group is an extension of the Security Leadership Research Institute (SLRI). It's open to all practitioners in charge of risk management programs. The Security Leadership Best Practices (SLBP) provides access to research and Collective Knowledge™ resources developed by Council staff and faculty (former successful CSOs/CISOs). It also offers an opportunity to participate and in and have input to SLRI projects.
 

Research & Benchmarks

   Assessment Quiz: Organizational Readiness for Security This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: By: Security Executive Council
The Council has spent years researching this topic and has found that understanding what management thinks Security "is" and "does" is critical. You need to know how management perceives Security in order to educate them on the reality - and to get appropriate buy-in for resource requests or advancement of your goals.
 
   Assessment Quiz: Security Leadership Continuum This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This quiz is now closed but you can see results from those that took it.
 
   If You Had Three Wishes This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
If you could have anything you wanted for your risk management program what would it be? In this poll we wanted to find out what elements would add the most value to security leaders and their teams. Participants in this poll were allowed to select up to three wishes.
 
   

Issue Exploration: Security Leadership Background Trends This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
Based on recent observations, the Council conducted a survey to ascertain whether the backgrounds (or knowledge sets) of security leaders are changing. Download the results and analysis. Interestingly, we found that not only did respondents have military, law or government function experience but also business experience.
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Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Nine Practices of the Successful Security Leader This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: The Security Executive Council
A series of in-depth practitioner interviews conducted by the Council led to the identification of nine practices that the most successful leaders have in common. Interviews were asked questions related to their top organizational risks, business alignment and drivers, internal influence issues and senior management's view of Security. During the resulting qualitative analysis, it became clear that the interviewees with highly successful, internally recognized security programs had several things in common.
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Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Security Barometer Results - How Much Effort is Spent on Building People Networks for the Benefit of Security This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
In our ground breaking research summarized in "The Roadmap for Security Leadership Success" we highlighted 10 important decisions successful leaders make; one of these is the importance of building the right relationships both within and outside the organization. In these Security Barometer results we wanted to investigate how our readers are working on building their network for the benefit of their security programs.
 
   Security Barometer Results - What Leadership Practice is Most Important to Your Success This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
Our community comprises many individuals who are recognized in the industry as highly successful security leaders. Because they have allowed us access to their time and insights, the Security Executive Council was in a unique position to uncover and identify similarities that contribute to strong performance. A series of in-depth interviews led us to identify nine practices that the most successful leaders have in common.
 
   Security Barometer Results: Are You Fairly Compensated? This is Security Executive Council material  
In this security barometer quick poll we wanted examine to what extent the economy was affecting compensation. However we found something more enlightening in the commentary about why respondents felt the way they did. See how your peers responded here.
 
   Security Barometer Results: The Security Executive's Tenure This is Security Executive Council material  
The Security Executive Council set out to gather some information about why leaders in the security and risk mitigation field have been dismissed from their jobs.
 
   Security Barometer Results: What Business Journals are Security Practitioners Reading? This is Security Executive Council material  
Keeping a close watch on the economic and business trends buffeting your organization is a critical prerequisite for truly understanding how your team supports your organization's goals. In this poll we wanted to get an idea what business journals security practitioners were reading to keep up with those business trends.
 
   Security Barometer Results: What is Putting Your Continued Employment at Greatest Risk? This is Security Executive Council material  
Overall the results demonstrate that the risks to continued employment that security and risk management executives face are as diverse as the organizations they represent. These risks are largely determined by the state of your organization's perception of the need for security and its unique culture, or what we call "organizational readiness".
 
   Security Barometer Results: Which Educational Background Does Your Management Value More? This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
In this Security Barometer poll we wanted to investigate what our community felt their management was looking for in educational background for security and risk mitigation employees.
 
    Security Title Benchmark: Survey Report  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
Based on a Security Executive Council Survey of 415 respondents between September 26 and October 20, 2005.
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   The Successful Security Practitioner’s Top to-Dos This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This document is a concise summary of the key elements you need to know before starting any new role or program. These practices have been identified by the Security Executive Council through our work with some of the leaders of the world’s most sophisticated and accomplished security programs.
 
   Thought Leader Report Identifying Practices Common to Successful Security Leaders This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
A series of in-depth interviews with a large number of security leaders led us to identify practices that the most successful leaders have in common.
 
   What is the Most Important Characteristic of an Outstanding CSO/CISO? This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
It may be no surprise that "relationship building" was selected as the most important characteristic of an outstanding CSO/CISO. Strong relationships assist in many ways from promoting ideas and learning from others to building bonds that become beneficial when crises emerge. Relationship building is crucial to being able to work efficiently within an organization. In his recent Faculty Advisor blog Security Executive Council emeritus faculty member David Quilter pointed out when it comes to gaining knowledge about the business, "...[the] focus has to be on building relationships with your leaders."
 
   What the C-Suite is looking for When Hiring Risk Managers This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
As demonstrated in a recent survey, corporate executives are expecting their leaders of risk management to have a strong understanding of the company’s business and industry. They also wanted these leaders to have a strategic view of risk and risk management. In addition they wanted their risk managers to have a broad-based operational perspective.
 

Books/Guidelines/Manuals

   From One Winning Career to the Next This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: J. David Quilter, Security Executive Council Faculty
This book is for those that desire to transition from a government and/or military service career to the corporate world and become a business focused security leader. Author J. David Quilter's leadership experience spans decades of contributions in both the public and private sectors. This book focuses on the leadership skills the next generation of security leader needs to have a positive impact for any business or organization. For more, listen to a podcast from the author.
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OTHER VISITORS: Click the title to order this SEC resource.
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Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Next Generation Security Leadership: Security Related Training Resources v.1 This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
As part of its Next-Generation Security Leader Research and Collective Knowledge Project the Council has identified and conducted research on the skill set today’s successful leaders have or have incorporated into their teams. As the Council developed this project, Council staff recognized the importance of providing a list of recommended or vetted resources for training that pertains to each next-generation security leadership skill set. This includes government, organizational knowledge, IT security, executive leadership, business essentials and emerging issue awareness skills. The list of compiled resources includes training courses, certifications, books, online content repositories and degrees available from professional associations, trade associations, for-profit training organizations, and colleges and universities. The majority of these resources are recommendations from Council colleagues, staff and faculty, and are updated as new resources are submitted.
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Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Security Careers: Defining Jobs, Compensation, Qualifications (Second Edition)  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Created By: Jerry Brennan and Steve Walker, Security Executive Council Subject Matter Expert Faculty
This newly revised Second Edition is a hands-on tool for the security department; from managers to those looking for their next step in their security career. Use this to document staffing requirements to attract, hire, train, evaluate, and fairly compensate the best security team leaders and staff. The new book includes expanded sections to make the book more useful than ever, incorporating additional insights into the requirements of a good job description and newly updated compensation trend graphs. TIER 1 LEADERS:To obtain your complimentary copy send an e-mail to contact@secleader.com.
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Articles

    2011 Annual Report for the Security Executive Council  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
This year's report covers activities, initiatives and resources in a three page condensed document. The information may be used to learn the kinds of support the SEC can offer you as well as a glimpse into what its members are tackling.
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    A Review of the Book 'From One Winning Career to the Next'  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: J. David Quilter, Security Executive Council Faculty
In From One Winning Career to the Next, J. David Quilter describes his journey from the public to the private sector, outlining what one should prepare for when leaving a career in law enforcement, intelligence, or the military. While he does not necessarily offer new ideas, he describes the process and pinpoints issues that one should consider before and during a transition.
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   Don't Delay Development This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Dean Correia, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Just like any business objective, you need to develop a plan for your development. Your development means the growth of your team. Realizing the need to develop the next generation of security leaders, the Security Executive Council and its partners led a one-day develoment program in Seattle on March 4 for th enext generation of security leaders. If you want to advance, you have to develop a successor.
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    Eleven Areas for Improvement This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Managing Director, Kathleen Kotwica, Security Executive Council
In our July column, we discussed the dangerous gap in the transfer of knowledge between visionary security leaders and the next generation of leaders who will have to take up the mantle after them. Then in August, we laid out a roadmap for a new type of training that would help to close that gap. But what topics do up-and-coming leaders need to know more about?
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    Evaluate Security Staff Against Best-in-Class Standards  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
A weak hiring process can cripple any business unit. If the chosen staff doesn’t demonstrate the skills necessary to succeed in the function and in the business, then even a manager or executive with all the qualities of an effective leader will struggle to guide the department to excellence.
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    Leading Up  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
How do you measure leadership success? Certainly, you can look down the chain and see whether your function and your team are accomplishing their objectives. You can usually tell if your staff is motivated and if they’re eager to follow you. But strong leadership isn’t just about how you relate to the people below you on the reporting ladder. It’s also about how you relate to those above.
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    Metrics for Success: Warning Signs of Security’s Decreasing Influence, Part III This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: George Campbell, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
The third of three columns examining warning signs that security is losing influence with management decision-makers. From the December 2008 issue of ST&D magazine.
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    Next Generation Security Leader  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Francis D’Addario, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Identifying and retaining talent is important for the security industry. We need to examine candidates’ leadership roles and skills and use performance measurement tools. Next-generation leadership acumen will be sorely tested as a fluid risk environment is visited upon us with increasing compliance expectations and continuing resource constraints. Published in the January 2011 issue of Security Magazine.
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    Next-Generation Security Leader, Issue 1: Tomorrow's Security Leader Today This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Security Executive Council staff; Michael Fickes
From the March 2007 issue of Access Control & Security Systems magazine, this article outlines the knowledge areas that the security leader of tomorrow must master.
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    Next-Generation Security Leader, Issue 2: How Government Experience Serves Today's Security Leaders This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen Kotwica and Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
The first in a series exploring the areas of knowledge with which successful security executives of the future must be familiar, this column discusses the role of government experience in shaping the next-generation security leader. From the January 2008 issue of AC&SS magazine.
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    Next-Generation Security Leader, Issue 3: How Knowing The Organization Helps Today's Security Leaders This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen Kotwica and Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
The second in a series exploring the areas of knowledge with which successful security executives of the future must be familiar, this column discusses how knowing the organization helps security leaders. From the February 2008 issue of AC&SS magazine.
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    Next-Generation Security Leader, Issue 4: Why Companies Turn to IT for Protection in the Information Age This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen Kotwica and Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
The third in a series exploring the areas of knowledge with which successful security executives of the future must be familiar, this column discusses why the next-generation leader needs IT security skills. From the March 2008 issue of AC&SS magazine.
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    Next-Generation Security Leader, Issue 5: Why Security Professionals Need Executive Leadership Skills This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen Kotwica and Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
The fourth in a series exploring the areas of knowledge with which successful security executives of the future must be familiar, this column discusses the skills in the executive leadership skill-set — presentation skills, strong communication, building peer influence, and managing large budgets. From the April 2008 issue of AC&SS magazine.
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    Next-Generation Security Leader, Issue 6: New Skill For The New Millennium This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen Kotwica and Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
The fifth in a series exploring the areas of knowledge with which successful security executives of the future must be familiar, this column discusses how business skills have become an integral part of successful security leadership. From the May 2008 issue of AC&SS magazine.
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    Next-Generation Security Leader, Issue 7: Be Aware of Emerging Issues This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen Kotwica and Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
The sixth in a series exploring the areas of knowledge with which successful security executives of the future must be familiar, this column discusses the importance of making sure that a company is not caught by surprise with changes in the industry, security crime and any other threats. From the June 2008 issue of AC&SS magazine.
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    Next-Generation Security Leader, Issue 8: Resources Abound  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen Kotwica and Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
The seventh in a series exploring the six areas of knowledge with which successful security executives of the future must be familiar, this column outlines the resources available for training in each of the six categories. From the July 2008 issue of AC&SS magazine.
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    No Time To Learn This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
Walking into the role of security director presents a unique set of challenges that many new hires are unprepared to face. From the September 2007 issue of AC&SS magazine.
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    Preparing Today's Security Leaders for the Threats of Tomorrow This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Joel Griffin
At the Great Conversation conference in Seattle in April, Security InfoWatch had an opportunity to sit down with Francis D’Addario, the former vice president of partner and asset protection for Starbucks and an emeritus faculty member for the Security Executive Council (SEC). D’Addario leads the SEC’s Next Generation Security Leader program, which is designed to provide security executives with the business skills necessary to survive in today’s corporate landscape. For years, many businesses have seen the security department as a cost center rather than a contributor to the organization’s bottom line, so it is crucial for today’s security leaders to show how they’re delivering value to the business.
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Security Training Resources This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
The Council conducted research on the skill set today's successful leaders have or have incorporated into their teams. This includes government skills, organizational knowledge, IT security, executive leadership skills, business essentials and emerging issue awareness. Next we gathered from Tier 1 Security Leaders, staff and faculty, recommendations for training courses, certifications, books, online content repositories and degrees available from professional associations, trade associations, for-profit training organizations, and colleges and universities. This document is the result of this effort to date. Send your training recommendations to contact@secleader.com
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Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   Solutions Snapshot - How can I best prepare to interview for an executive-level risk or security position?  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council Staff
Four security professionals discuss how best to showcase yourself for your next interview.
 
    The Art of Leadership This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Marleah Blades, Security Executive Council Staff
Leadership: Do you have what it takes? What is good leadership? Find out how to stand out by standing with the business. From the July 2008 issue of Security magazine.
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    The Security Leader's Guide to Obtaining Fair Compensation for Staff  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council and Foushée Group, Inc.
Knowing what the market is paying for a particular position helps security leaders set their own compensation plans to attract the best talent and keep current staff satisfied. One way to gain this knowledge is through compensation surveys. Our free mini-guide describes the types of compensation surveys available and outlines five steps to gaining the organizational support needed to participate in a paid survey.
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    Wanted: A New Type of Security Leader  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Kathleen, Kotwica, and Francis D
Today's chief security officers need business knowledge to take their organizations to the next level of risk management. Having that knowledge with better help them articulate the value of their security programs to an organization's bottom line, prove that their programs are cost-neutral, and help them establish a common and shared language for defining risk and mitigation and articulating the success or failure points for any given initiative
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Forums

   Faculty Advisor: Getting to Know the New Boss This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Managing Director, Security Executive Council
It has been announced that security will report to a new boss within a month. Although this is an internal promotion, I have not worked closely with this person in the past. My relationship with my previous boss was excellent. Can you recommend some successful strategies for getting my new executive management to be supportive of the security function? Read Security Executive Council Managing Director, Bob Hayes' answer to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: Higher Education for the Next Generation Security Leader This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Dan Rattner, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
I have read the Council’s series of articles in the Knowledge Corner on the Next Generation Security Leader. The article about acquiring security training and knowledge, including academic degrees, prompted a question in my mind. I understand that experience in core programs is essential; however, I was wondering if you could give some insight into how higher education is addressing the needs of next generation security leaders.
 
   Faculty Advisor: How to Really Connect with Your Business Leaders This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: J. David Quilter, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
As Chief Security Officer I have been asked by business leaders, What does “security” really do for our business? I understand that the way I think about and respond to this question will impact the success of my security program and, most importantly, the success of the business. So, what do I say when these kinds of questions are asked?

Read Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty member, David Quilter's, response to this question.

David is the author of "From One Winning Career to the Next," which is available for purchase at the Security Executive Council's Leadership Store.
 
   Faculty Advisor: International Salaries for Security Professionals This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Steve Walker, Subject Matter Expert Faculty, Security Executive Council
Where can I get info on international pay salaries for security professionals? I have the Council's compensation book and the ASIS salary survey information but they cover North America. Read Subject Matter Expert Faculty, Steve Walker's, answer to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: Leaders Don’t Ask Permission to Lead or to Manage a Budget – They Align and Act This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Francis D
How can I influentially build, defend, and or proactively manage my budget; ideally free of counterproductive interference? Read Francis D'Addario's answer to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: Making the Necessary Risk Mitigation Strategy Adjustments in Your New Job This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Richard Lefler,Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
I recently accepted a new job as CSO at a company that is in the same sector as where I was previously. Is it safe to expect that since my new job is within the same sector I will be able to employ the same risk mitigation tactics and strategies as before? Read SEC Emeritus Faculty, Dick Lefler's, answer to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: Preparing for Security Career Opportunities in the Private Sector This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: J. David Quilter, Security Executive Council Faculty Emeritus
I am ex-military. I would really like to get into private security, specifically in the area of protection more than anything else. I need to be pointed in the right direction so that I can actually apply the skills I have gained and know something about.
 
   Faculty Advisor: Security Leadership Career Transition from Public to Private Sector  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: J. David Quilter, Security Executive Council Faculty Emeritus
What do I need do to determine if there are enough opportunities in private sector security to make transitioning from the public a good decision and can you offer some advice on career path? Read SEC Faculty member David Quilter's answer to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: Security’s Success is About the Business  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: J. David Quilter, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
In today’s down-sized, right-sized and outsourced business operations, I understand as the security director that true business acumen is very important to success as a security leader. How can I make the security department better known to the rest of the organization? Read SEC Emeritus Faculty member, David Quilter's answer to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: Take Care of Your Staff and They’ll Take Care of Your Organization This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Dean Correia, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Is there a correlation between establishing positive relationships with employees and the ability to build a strong security organization? See how Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty member, Dean Correia, responded to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: The CSO as a Business Leader This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Kathleen Kotwica, Ph.D., EVP and Chief Knowledge Strategist, Security Executive Council
Can you provide me some keys to demonstrate that the CSO is (needs to be) a business leader? Read Kathleen Kotwica's, answer to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: The Next Generation Security Leader This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Francis D
I’ve been at a manager level for a while now and I want to get to the next level. My boss is great but she is busy and doesn’t have time to coach me. What’s my best plan of attack? Read Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty member, Francis D'Addario's answer to this question.
 
   Faculty Advisor: Who Should Security Executives Report To? This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: The Security Executive Council
Various companies approach the considerations in hiring a Chief Security Officer differently. This blog depicts a fictitious scenario where top management is considering upgrading their security program. It then asks the reader for feedback after reviewing the conversation.
 
   

Knowledge Exchange: Succession Planning This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
Tier 1 Security Leaders and faculty shared experiences and advice on "leaving the knowledge behind" in preparation for moving on (e.g., influencing factors, program type, planning steps, human expectations, optimum circumstances, cost and an outline for in-house succession).
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
Resource is for Tier One Leaders only
   

Next Generation Security Leader Program This is Security Executive Council material  

Created By: Security Executive Council
The Security Executive Council in partnership with the University of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business have developed a Next Generation Security Leader Development Program. It consists of six 90-minute seminars. This program features an exceptional panel of security/risk mitigation leaders. Current and future risk management leaders benefit from this affordable and eco-friendly six-month virtual long-distance course exploring cross-functional, unified risk oversight as well as return-on-investment capable approaches for board-level risk mitigation and organizational resilience. Sessions include: Aligning Board Level Risk and Business Unit Mitigation Strategies, Communicating All-hazards Risk, Mitigation and Performance Metrics, Next Generation Organizational Leadership: Running Security as a Business, Influencing Community All-Hazard Preparedness and Resilience, Adding Business Value with Mission Assurance and P&L Performance, Managing Information Protection, Breaches and Situational Intelligence.
Click here to go to the Next Generation Security Leader blog.
 

Multimedia

   2013 Next Generation Security Leader Program  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Security Executive Council
Francis D'Addario, SEC Emeritus Faculty member and former Starbucks CSO, discusses at the Great Conversation in Seattle how the SEC's Next Generation Leadership program is addressing current and future issues and challenges facing security executives.
 
   Developing Next Generation Security Leaders  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Francis D'Addario, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
Former Starbucks CSO and Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty Member Francis D’Addario discusses the SEC’s Next Generation Security Leader Program and the characteristics up and coming security executives need to have to be successful in today’s career landscape. (Recorded at The Great Conversation in Seattle, Wash., March 4 &5, 2013)
 
   Hallmarks of Security Leadership  This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: George Campbell, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty
George Campbell, emeritus faculty member of the Security Executive Council, discusses the traits he looks for in a security leader, as well as how metrics can be used by security practioners to get buy-in from the organization. (Recorded at The Great Conversation in Seattle, Wash., March 4 &5, 2013)
 
   Shaping the Future of Security Leadership This is Security Executive Council material  
Created By: Bob Hayes, Managing Director, Security Executive Council
Bob Hayes, founder and managing director of the Security Executive Council, discusses the genesis of the organization's Next Generation Security Leader program and how it will provide a quality educational foundation for future security executives. (Recorded at The Great Conversation in Seattle, Wash., March 4 &5, 2013)