Leadership Solutions

Strategic News


Survey Shows Increased Collaboration Between Cyber and Corporate Security

The survey, conducted in collaboration with SEC strategic alliance partner ISC2, identified emerging issues of joint interest as the most frequent drivers for the increase.
The Security Executive Council

The Top 10 Digital Transformation Trends Of 2020: A Post Covid-19 Assessment

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we saw technology accelerate a breakneck pace.
Forbes

2019: Global Terrorism Overview

This presentation from the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) finds that 2019 was the fifth consecutive year of declining global terrorism since terrorist violence peaked in 2014 at nearly 17,000 attacks and more than 44,000 total deaths.
START

Locking Down the House: Benefits and Risks of Corporate Security Policies in Employees Homes

Much of the workforce is now well into the pandemic-driven remote work model. We're learning on the fly about new norms, opportunities and risks, with insights coming up unexpectedly and often.
CPO Magazine

Covid-19 Highlights Need For New Approaches To Risk Management

The pandemic has illustrated how corporate leaders and their risk management teams need to constantly review and enhance the fundamentals of the risk function and increase its connectivity and collaboration across the business.
Forbes

COVID-19 Highlights the Need to Plan for Joint Disasters

Considering that most risk studies in the past have been focused on single events, is the U.S. prepared to deal with the possibility of extreme weather events as well as a pandemic?
Columbia University Earth Institute

Most Americans are not willing or able to use an app tracking coronavirus infections

The apps would work by using the short-range Bluetooth radios standard in smartphones to create anonymized records of the people they had interacted with while going about their day. When smartphone users learn that they are infected, health officials would give them a code they could use to send alerts to the people they had come into contact with, urging protective measures such as testing or quarantine.
The Washington Post

Scientists to Stop COVID-19 Releases Four Proposals

Proposals aim to produce safe and effective COVID-19 therapeutics and vaccines in the shortest possible timeframe and reopen our society in a manner that reduces the risk of future COVID-19 outbreaks.
Wall Street Journal

Security Executive Council Launches COVID-19 Security Resource Page

The new page includes vetted security-specific tools and resources that will help security leaders transition their organizations safely through the next pandemic phases of deceleration and phased recovery.
Security Executive Council

The US is tracking people's movements with phone data, and it's part of a massive increase in global surveillance

Governments across the world are galvanizing every surveillance tool at their disposal to help stem the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Business Insider