Security Executive Council Eyes 2020 Solutions and Leadership
June 8, 2010, Washington, DCâ€”The Security Executive Council is pleased to announce the new Security 2020â„˘ initiative, which is poised to influence continuous risk improvement through the next decade. Security 2020â„˘ will produce persuasive risk and security improvements by 1) evaluating security-related products for effectiveness and value; 2) implementing multi-technology test beds to increase innovation and interoperability; and 3) providing leadership training for the next generation of security executives.
The first Security 2020â„˘ program, Solution Innovations, was officially launched in early 2010. Solution Innovations partners submit their products to a rigorous process to validate product and solution claims and are vetted to provide real value to the business. Upcoming Security 2020â„˘ programs will include Store of the Future, Enterprise of the Future, Supply Chain of the Future, and Next Generation Risk Mitigation Leadership.
â€śOur offering is a value-added, strategic course correction for risk mitigation efforts that have fallen short since 2001,â€ť said Bob Hayes, Managing Director of the Security Executive Council. â€śBoard-level risk requirements for people, critical process, and asset protection are increasingly complex and require a new, collaborative, and performance-based approach with practitioners, manufacturers, and service providers.â€ť
Francis Dâ€™Addario, Security Executive Council Emeritus Faculty, Strategic Influence and Innovation (former Vice President of Partner and Asset Protection for Starbucks Coffee) has been tapped to lead the initiative. The Council expects to announce advances on Store of the Future, a 10-year test bed of multiple technologies for retail security and business improvement, by Fall of 2010.
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