Understand & Leverage the Gray Areas of NISPOM Compliance

Did you know that the gray area of NISPOM is your friend? You can leverage gray areas to create positive engagement and fruitful conversations with your internal business stakeholders and with DCSA. 

The reason your engagement with stakeholders matters is three-fold. Positive engagement internally leads to cooperation, compliance, trust and respect. Externally it leads to better inspection results, clarity, trust and respect. Both guarantee less frustration and greater day to day job satisfaction.

You’ll learn – 

In this session you’ll learn how to see the letter of the CFR 32 law vs. the spirit, and the art of applying principles to in an operational environment. 

Your accomplished panel will  help you adopt and articulate  your own “philosophy of NISPOM gray area” that makes you more persuasive and effective, and your day to day work-life less stressful and more satisfying.

Key takeaways – 

  • Real world examples of NISPOM gray area cases 
  • Strategies for coming to agreement with business stakeholders
  • Articulating your position to DCSA
  • Right approach for handling disagreement with DCSA
  • Right approach for handling under-communication or ambiguity from DCSA
  • Tips for handling common objections or non-compliance from internal stakeholders
  • Helpful ways to talk to internal stakeholders about compliance, language to use, rationales to provide

The Key to a Successful & Satisfying Career in Security

Whether you seek advancement or simply want to find greater satisfaction in your current job – this panel of accomplished leaders has a lot to offer you.

Think of this as a mini-mentoring session x 4 where you get advice from seasoned leaders who know what it takes to advance and what kind of mindset and actions lead to greater satisfaction and more energy at work.  

You’ll learn – 

In this session you’ll find out what kind of skills, qualities and experiences will make you stand out for promotion.

Your accomplished panel will also help you understand how to be taken seriously as a trusted partner, develop a reputation as a team player, and communicate your contributions in a way that’s meaningful to those outside the security function.

Key takeaways – 

  • Insight into the way leaders evaluate talent
  • Examples of actions and achievements that led to recognition
  • How to take risks in a risk averse profession
  • Concrete ways someone in a security role can enable business
  • How to demonstrate an understanding of financial realities while still advocating for budget
  • Insight into how to change or correct the perception others have
  • Ways to earn credibility and trust with other functions
  • The most common communication pitfalls among security professionals and how to avoid them