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Influential Strategies for Corporate Security Series: I

Don't neglect developing your security organization's high-level goals, strategies and objectives. A good strategy can mean the difference between Security being thought of as a necessary cost and Security being thought of as an enterprise-level risk partner. The following examples are based on what we've witnessed moving security to that next level.

Chart describing strategies, objectives and tactics to use when your goal is an efficient and effective security program that is acknowledged by senior management

WHY TAKE THIS PATH?

Like a boxer off-balance, lacking detailed information about the value being generated from your budget puts you at a great disadvantage in your organization.

Chart describing strategies, objectives and tactics to use when your goal is a Security program that is fully aligned with business goals

WHY TAKE THIS PATH?

A business function should support and enable the goals of the organization. Security should not be exempt from this.

Chart describing strategies, objectives and tactics to use when your goal is ensuring Security is a recognized subject matter expert on security risk mitigation

WHY TAKE THIS PATH?

Being the part of a greater solution can reinforce the value and benefits Security brings to the organization as well as furthers your standing with business peers.

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