Utilities are shaped by change and must adapt to remain resilient. Adaptation by the security group that is driven by innovation will typically bring better results than simple course corrections after change has been initiated by external factors. Innovation is most often driven by being ahead of the change curve, seeing what’s happening in the world and understanding the business pressures available mitigation options and external influences before they come to bear on the organization. Planning at this level places the security team ahead of many other business groups within the organization.
In order to remain relevant, security managers and their teams are called to respond effectively to change and to be an integral piece of the change management cycle. The key to addressing future security management requirements is rooted in current security management planning and must address four (4) essential components of organizational maturity.
This webinar will expand on this idea and provide support to each of these four pillars for adapting to change and remaining innovative in the process.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
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Expand Your Learning!
Need more information about utilities security management? Check out the January issue of Security Management Magazine. In the article “Adaptable Innovation and Utilities,” webinar presenter Doug Powell considers future utility trends and demands focused on four key areas to increase adaptability - no matter what lies beyond the horizon.