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Free online security strategy resource

Perpetuity : 25 November, 2009  (New Product)
From 3rd December, the Security Strategy Toolkit will be available as a free online resource from Perpetuity
Free online security strategy resource
The Security Strategy Toolkit will be formally launched online on the 3rd December 2009 where it can be accessed free of charge. It has been developed by Perpetuity - a spin out company from the University of Leicester - and is the first of its kind.

Grahame Bullock, Security Portfolio Manager, Nexen Petroleum UK said, "I have no doubt that this piece of work will provide clear guidance for anyone wishing to develop a security strategy. It explains the subtle nuances between strategy, plans and policies and I believe the real benefit will be the development of common language and more importantly, a common approach".


The toolkit walks though four stages of strategy analysis, development, implementation and review, and provides useful examples and helpful tools to simplify the process. There is also a security strategy template which can be used in any organisation as well as example strategies used by other companies.

The toolkit has been developed as part of the Security Research Initiative, a research club run by Perpetuity to evaluate topics that are of importance to the security world, and to develop insights and practical recommendations. The Security Research Initiative is supported by the British Security Industry Association, The Security Institute, and ASIS International, and is being sponsored by 17 companies.

The website will be launched at an event hosted by the Security Institute in London.
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