The Forces of Change

Hayes, Bob; Kotwica, Kathleen; Blades, Marleah
April 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Apr2008, Vol. 45 Issue 4, p32
Trade Publication
The article explores the factors that are changing the face of security management. The Security Executive Council (SEC) has been following a number of trends that are affecting its membership and the security industry at large. The factors include economic risks, security-related laws, new technology and public-private partnerships. The article suggests that by using the list of factors as a resource, security professionals can prepare to meet present and future challenges.


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