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SRI latest: Influencing the security budget

by Mark Rowe

Historically security managers have been marginalised from key decision-making roles in organisations – but there is evidence this may be changing, say Perpetuity Research, the organisers for some years now of annual SRI (Security Research Initiative) studies on a topic of industry relevance.

SRI say that security professionals are increasingly able to demonstrate that security is a business enabler. Hence Perpetuity Research is seeking the views of security professionals, to better understand the obstacles faced by security managers/directors. They would welcome your insights.

You can share your views, anonymously, via their survey. It is open to any type of security person. The questions ask about factors that influence the security budget, factors that influence how effective security is, whether there are similarities between ‘in-house’ and ‘contracted’ security managers, and about factors that are important when purchasing security. The survey takes about ten to 15 minutes to complete and the deadline for responses is Friday, March 11.

To begin the survey – click here –
All participants are given the opportunity to automatically receive a free copy of the findings once the report is published (Autumn 2022).

The research is being undertaken under the umbrella of the Security Research Initiative – You can read past reports there, that range over physical and cyber world issues.

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