Catching up with Bob Hayes, managing director of the Security Executive Council
Over the past 30 years, security programs and services have undergone many transformations. As these services grow increasingly sophisticated over their many iterations, Bob Hayes, managing director of the Security Executive Council, reminisces on the aspects of the industry that he had a direct hand in changing for the better.
In this month’s episode of Security DNA, join SecurityInfoWatch host Steve Lasky and guest Bob Hayes on a trip through time as he documents his time in the security field, from traditional law-enforcement-to-corporate security program designer to the trailblazing principal architect and founder of the Security Executive Council.
Dive deep with Bob Hayes as he delves into the design philosophy of the Security Executive Council, birthed as a font of “collective knowledge” that the industry was sorely lacking at the time. Created with the intent to be a resource for the security industry, the SEC now boasts a collective 500 written articles, over 50 published books, a newsletter 40,000 subscriptions strong, and 700 website downloads per month across 12,000 visitors.
WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER:
- Bob Hayes’ reflections on his long career in the security industry and his projections moving forward.
- The history of the SEC and the vision behind its creation.
- The SEC’s early promotion of metrics and the five stages of metrics in the security industry.
- The impact the SEC has had on the development of the industry and the formation of successful security executives.
- How security has shifted into more of a business presence over the years.
- Sign up for the Security Executive Council Newsletter here.
Find this month’s episode of Security DNA here or listen below.