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Next Chapter Meeting is Wednesday, March 12, 2013 @ 8:00 AM:
ASIS Sacramento Presents Guest Speaker Ray Bernard on
The Secret to Security Leadership
Creating a resilient organization, and establishing a strong security program that’s fully responsive to your organization’s risks, requires winning over company personnel at all levels. “Selling security” has been the traditional idea, but that means you establish the option to say No to the “sale”. So that’s a high-risk approach that could leave your organization vulnerable when needed security initiatives are not approved or implemented.
Traditionally, most organizations have thought of security as a “set of rules to follow”, which can establish a “reluctant compliance” mentality instead of collaborative or cooperative thinking that is supportive of security.
The key to successful leadership today is influence, not authority. That’s a fantastically good situation, because you have to lead people over whom you do not have management authority. For most security matters, today’s security professionals have to lead without leverage. Fortunately, you can lead from whatever your current security position is by exerting simple influence.
This session provides clear insight into what this kind of leadership path looks like, and how to get started in a way that’s consistent with your current scope and responsibilities.
Sacramento ASIS Chapter Meeting Agenda Wednesday, March 12, 2013:
Health Net Campus
11971 Foundation Place, Gold River, CA
(The main building with the flagpoles)
8:00 Breakfast and Networking
8:30 Start of Meeting, Invocation, Pledge of Allegiance, Introductions, and Chapter Business Announcements
8:45 Guest Speaker Presentation
About our Speaker: Ray Bernard is a leading security consultant, IT specialist and author who has provided pivotal insight in security for over 24 years. Ray pens a monthly column on the convergence of physical security and IT for Security Technology Executive magazine. He is a board-certified Physical Security Professional (PSP), and is an active member of both the Physical Security Council and the IT Security Council. Ray’s websites include: www.go-rbcs.com (Ray Bernard Consulting Services), www.TheSecurityMinute.com (a blog journal for security and non-security professionals), and www.BPforIP.com (best practices for IP-based security systems). Ray is also a subject matter expert faculty member of the Security Executive Council. Ray has authored over 200 magazine articles and columns on security topics, and is a contributing author to the Encyclopedia of Security Management, 2nd edition.
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