Security Executive Council Live: Are Your Resources Under Fire?
August 24, 2009, Washington, DC—The Security Executive Council has announced the date of the next Security Executive Council Live presentation: Are Your Resources Under Fire? How to Propel Gains and Mitigate Losses.
Created and presented by J. David Quilter, Former CSO of NiSource and Security Executive Council Faculty, this one-hour, live online presentation will help the security leader think with a fresh perspective in the face of possible budget cuts. It will provide a unique opportunity to:
• Find out what the big “I” is in security management
• Leverage the strengths of what your program is doing right
• Respond to budget challenges in distinctively different ways
• Achieve higher levels of security through shared resources
• Learn proven ways to overcome with a lack of operational cooperation
• Find out why there is never a shared accountability for security
For a preview, listen to an interview of J. D. Quilter as he discusses what security leaders can do to avoid becoming obsolete: https://www.securityexecutivecouncil.com/spotlight/?sid=25344.
Are Your Resources Under Fire? How to Propel Gains and Mitigate Losses will take place on October 8, 2009 at 1 pm EST (10am PST). For more information or to register, visit https://www.securityexecutivecouncil.com/secstore/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=77_99&products_id=350.
About Security Executive Council Live
Security Executive Council Live presentations are custom designed by world class security practitioners to be highly targeted to their peers. Many of the presentations are supported by analysis conducted by the Council and its research branch, the Security Leadership Research Institute.
About the Security Executive Council
The Security Executive Council (www.securityexecutivecouncil.com) is a problem-solving research and services organization that involves a wide range of risk mitigation leaders. Its community includes forward-thinking practitioners, agencies, universities, NGOs, innovative solution providers, media companies and industry groups. Backed by a Faculty of more than 100 successful current and former security executives, the Council creates groundbreaking Collective Knowledge™ research, which is used as an essential foundation for its deliverables. The Council is the eminent voice on organizational risk mitigation leadership; its work has been widely cited in publications ranging from major security trade magazines to business publications such as Forbes and Harvard Business Review.
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