Building A Corporate Culture Of Security: Strategies For Strengthening Organizational Resiliency by John SullivantBuilding A Corporate Culture Of Security: Strategies For Strengthening Organizational Resiliency by John Sullivant

Building A Corporate Culture Of Security: Strategies For Strengthening Organizational Resiliency

byJohn SullivantEditorJohn Sullivant

Paperback | February 26, 2016

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Building a Corporate Culture of Security: Strategies for Strengthening Organizational Resiliencyprovides readers with the proven strategies, methods, and techniques they need to present ideas and a sound business case for improving or enhancing security resilience to senior management. Presented from the viewpoint of a leading expert in the field, the book offers proven and integrated strategies that convert threats, hazards, risks, and vulnerabilities into actionable security solutions, thus enhancing organizational resiliency in ways that executive management will accept.

The book delivers a much-needed look into why some corporate security practices programs work and others don't. Offering the tools necessary for anyone in the organization charged with security operations,Building a Corporate Culture of Securityprovides practical and useful guidance on handling security issues corporate executives hesitate to address until it's too late.

  • Provides a comprehensive understanding of the root causes of the most common security vulnerabilities that impact organizations and strategies for their early detection and prevention
  • Offers techniques for security managers on how to establish and maintain effective communications with executives, especially when bringing security weakness--and solutions--to them
  • Outlines a strategy for determining the value and contribution of protocols to the organization, how to detect gaps, duplications and omissions from those protocols, and how to improve their purpose and usefulness
  • Explores strategies for building professional competencies; managing security operations, and assessing risks, threats, vulnerabilities, and consequences
  • Shows how to establish a solid foundation for the layering of security and building a resilient protection-in-depth capability that benefits the entire organization
  • Offers appendices with proven risk management and risk-based metric frameworks and architecture platforms
John Sullivant creates strategic security planning initiatives for corporations and governments throughout the world. Throughout his lengthy security career, he has held numerous senior security positions in both the public and private sector, served on several national security councils, committees and advisory boards, and spoken freq...
Title:Building A Corporate Culture Of Security: Strategies For Strengthening Organizational ResiliencyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:298 pages, 8.75 × 6.35 × 0.68 inPublished:February 26, 2016Publisher:Butterworth (trade)Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0128020199

ISBN - 13:9780128020197


Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Strategies Create Your Life Line
Chapter 3: The Many Faces of Vulnerability Creep-in
Chapter 4: The Evolving Threat Environment
Chapter 5: The Cyber Threat Landscape
Chapter 6: Establishing a Security Risk Management Program is Crucial
Chapter 7: Useful Metrics Give The Security Organization Standing
Chapter 8: A User Friendly Security Assessment Model
Chapter 9: Developing a Realistic and Useful Threat Estimate Profile
Chapter 10: Establishing and Maintaining Inseparable Security Competencies
Chapter 11: A User Friendly Security Technology Assessment Model
Chapter 12: Preparing for Emergencies
Chapter 13: A User Friendly Protocol Development Model
Chapter 14: A Proven Organization and Management Assessment Model
Chapter 15: Building Competencies that Count
Chapter 16: How to Communicate with Executives and Governing Bodies
Chapter 17: A Brighter Tomorrow My Thoughts