Post Mon May 03, 2010 9:32 am

4th Annual Information Security Leadership Achievements Program-ISLA-by (ISC)²

4th Annual Information Security Leadership Achievements Program - ISLA - by (ISC)²

ISLA

The ISLA Program is held annually by (ISC)² in cooperation with the (ISC)² Asian Advisory Board to recognize outstanding leadership and achievements in workforce improvement of information security professionals in the Asia-Pacific region.

NOMINATION CATEGORIES

  • Senior Information Security Professional (examples include: CSO, CISO, IT security manager or senior security manager with significant IT security management responsibilities) who has significantly contributed to the enhancement of the IT security workforce by demonstrating a leadership role in any IT security workforce improvement initiative, program or project. Candidates in this category typically should have at least ten years of work experience, seven of which are directly related to IT security.

  • Managerial Professional for Information Security Project (examples include: CIO, CFO, program/project manager, etc.) who has significantly contributed to the enhancement of the IT security workforce by demonstrating a leadership role in any information security workforce improvement initiative, program or project in the last 12 months. Candidates in this category typically should have at least ten years of work experience and occupy a senior-level position within their organization.

  • Information Security Practitioner who has distinguished him/herself for implementing and/or managing the implementation of a component of a security program (examples include: managing a security awareness and training program, conducting difficult, complex security evaluations, etc.) Candidates in this category typically should have at least six years of work experience, three of which are directly related to IT security.


For more information, please visit - http://www.isc2.org/isla

So get set, this is the right time to recommend someone who has really contributed towards the Information Security initiative for your organization or for the community.
Manu Zacharia
MVP (Enterprise Security), ISLA-2010 (ISC)², C|EH, C|HFI, CCNA, MCP,
Certified ISO 27001:2005 Lead Auditor

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