CSO's 2013 Compass Award winners

  • CSO staff (CSO (US))
  • — 24 October, 2013 18:07

Each year, the CSO Compass Awards honor individuals who demonstrate excellence, achievement and leadership in security and drive business value.

Each nominee is reviewed and judged by the CSO editorial team in terms of their leadership achievements as demonstrated by the depth and breadth of initiatives, creativity and specific measurable results.

Here are our 2013 CSO Compass Award Winners:

Kim Keever: The Doer

Grant Lecky: The Visionary

Scott Pettigrew:The Builder

Mark Weatherford: The Veteran

Ira Winkler: The Awareness Crusader

A list of our past winners can be found here.

Read more about security leadership in CSOonline's Security Leadership section.

Tags: security careers, security, CSO Compass Awards, Mark Weatherford, Kim Keever, CSO, Security Leadership, Grant Lecky, Scott Pettigrew. Ira Winkler

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