Doug Bedell — October 2, 2009, 2:42 pm

Develop a Real Security Management Process

To complement our last post on security indicators worth tracking, here’s another piece of a cohesive approach to security management: Ray Bernard in Security Technology Executive describes how to establish a security management process.

Don’t chill out. A well-conceived process – not a controlling manager’s excuse for what he or she calls a process – can save you time and produce reliable, valuable results. If a process is part of a repeatable management system and subject to ready verification – Plan, Do, Check, Act – it can bring time-and-money-saving results. The very definition of “worthwhile”.

Ray Bernard describes that sort of process in his Security Technology Executive article. It’s a great service.

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