Updated: Apr 1
The security industry can be a brutal place to work, especially at management level. Organisations hold their security people to account for the behaviours of everyone else, and the metrics of success in any security role are vague at best. It’s not uncommon for us to find ourselves landing in a new organisation and firmly into the shoes of a predecessor who failed. Their failure is our opportunity, though, right? How can we make sure that this is the case instead of just adding our name to the mounting pile of people who left in a cloak of failure? This article will talk about it.