The organization makes a range of strategic and tactical decisions every day.
"We need to hire a few more employees so we can get the job done faster"
"We need a bigger facility so we can produce more"
"We need to transform to meet the changing demand of our customers"
The guiding principles in this workbook take you through fifteen corporate scenarios, and encourage you to shift your thinking so that security and efficiency are together at the top of the priority list.
With these guiding principles, how will you change your approach?
Today's Operations leaders need to consider a new challenge: security. The question "are we safe?" echoes in boardrooms everywhere. Take the common questions below, and shift your thinking to balance security and efficiency.
How can we do more with less?
How can we do more for less?
How can we securely do more with less?
How can we securely do more for less?
Without accounting for security, the organization can be left vulnerable. Security professionals know how to build zero trust into any environment, however, most business leaders know that zero trust would likely jeopardize efficiency gains for the business.
For every organization, the goal is balance.
How can you ensure that you're promoting an efficient culture that supports secure corporate citizens? Instead of stifling creativity under numerous rules, Next Dimension recommends leaders take a Security - Based Approach to Executive Decision Making. Once the guiding principles have been set for your organization, they will inspire positive behaviour within executives to weave security deep into their decision making process. With these guiding principles, how would you change your approach?
Inside, you'll find tips and tactics to mutually prioritize security and efficiency in your strategic decision making. You'll promote an efficient culture that supports secure corporate citizens. This shift in thinking is one small but impactful step in creating a Security Culture. Reckless automation leads to catastrophic vulnerabilities. Unrealistic security stifles organizational performance creativity. The winning formula is a balanced approach.