Full course description
Location Live Online
Schedule starting on 7/27/2022 and ending on 7/28/2022, from (8:30 AM - 12:30 PM) EST
|Wednesday:||July 27, 2022||(8:30 AM - 12:30 PM) EST|
|Thursday:||July 28, 2021||(8:30 AM - 12:30 PM) EST|
Cognizant Security Strategy (CSS) is a fresh approach to the antiquated security methods no longer useful to organizations in a post-pandemic world. Security departments have erroneously functioned in a reactionary – rather than proactive – role for decades. Much like a combat mission or intelligence operation, security strategy needs to be organic. Decisions are based upon the fluidity of the threat environment and the on-the-ground realities involved. As conditions change (whether that means an escalation or de-escalation of a crisis) the organization - and subsequent teams responsible - must dictate the pace and direction of the event. They cannot be spectators and they must break out of the mindset that they are solely operating in a responder role. At the same time, managers must resist the temptation to micro-manage tactical situations rather than providing direction from the strategic level. CSS is meant to help you quickly decipher your security posture and provide an actionable roadmap for how your organization makes decisions about security.
Enhance your decision-making skills, build your credentials and learn that important difference between strategic and tactical thinking, as it relates to your organization’s security posture, as well as business in general. This highly interactive course utilizes lecture, case study and Q & A format to deliver the principles of Cognizant Security Strategy. Certification is granted through Security Management International and the University of South Florida Corporate Training and Professional Education Division.
Luke Bencie is the Managing Partner of Security Management International, LLC. In this capacity, he has been a consultant to the US Department of State, US Department of Defense, over two-dozen Fortune 500 companies, as well as foreign governments. He has worked in over 100 countries and has trained thousands of domestic and international students from police, military, and intelligence services on topics such as operational tradecraft and strategic intelligence.
Mr. Bencie previously served on the US Department of State’s Foreign Emergency Support Team. In this role, he was responsible for responding to terrorist attacks carried out against US targets overseas. He was also a senior consultant for Raytheon Company in the Intelligence and Information Systems Division.
He is the author of four books on security.