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Weekly Security Planner: December

In an effort to help busy security managers, CISSP Shelley Bard's weekly column builds upon the concept of the perpetual calendar, offering a schedule of reminders for a proactive, strategic security plan. Here are the objectives Shelley prescribes for the last five weeks of the year.

Week 48:

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SANS Top 20
Objective: Check the SANS Top 20 quarterly for updates.

Week 49: Shelley Bard's top 10 lessons for security managers
Objective: Analyze your philosophy, outlook and attitude at least annually.

Week 50: The year in review, part 1 – What you accomplished
Objective: Determine what your department did well and where it needs to improve.

Week 51: The year in review, part 2 – Planning for the upcoming year
Objective: Analyze your department's accomplishments and shortcomings while planning for the new year.

Week 52: What's next: Help me help others
Objective: Help the security community by sharing best practices.


Weekly Security Planner Schedule
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

This was first published in December 2004

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