Don Hubbard Joins Emeritus Faculty of Security Executive Council

February 11, 2009, Washington, DC—The Security Executive Council (SEC) has announced the addition of Don L. Hubbard as Emeritus Faculty, Custom Group. Hubbard will be responsible for customizing Council tools and solutions for internal company use.

Hubbard is a former partner in the PricewaterhouseCoopers Network of firms, where he was Managing Director of Global Security, responsible for the firms’ comprehensive security program, and where he consulted in the areas of general risk, asset protection and security for a wide array of the firm's clients covering virtually every industry. In 2005 he was awarded the coveted PWC Chairman’s Award for conceiving of and implementing the company’s global security programs.

“Don is a longtime Council member who is very familiar with our products,” said Bob Hayes, Managing Director of the Security Executive Council. “He comes from a great problem-solving and business consulting company, and he’s developed a skill set that’s ideally suited for customizing SEC products for individualized use.”

Before joining PWC, Hubbard was Vice President of Security for Trans World Airlines. He also served as President of International Aviation Security Inc., a wholly owned, 1400-employee subsidiary of TWA, which provided security services to 15 airlines and 3 airports at 21 locations throughout Europe and the Middle East. Previous positions also include Manager of Corporate Security for Howard Hughes' Summa Corporation, and Vice President of Security and Administration for Playboy Enterprises. Before entering the private sector Hubbard spent nine years as a Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent in the FBI. He is a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE).

Hubbard joins distinguished company including Lynn Mattice, Chair of the Board of Advisors & Emeritus Faculty, Government & Group Memberships and Strategic Alliances (former CSO Boston Scientific, Whirlpool and Northrop); Richard A. Lefler, Dean of Emeritus Faculty (former CSO American Express); George K. Campbell, Emeritus Faculty, Legacy Initiative (former CSO Fidelity Investments); Joe Nelson, Emeritus Faculty, Security Leadership Information Sharing Initiative (former CSO Teradyne); and Francis D’Addario Emeritus Faculty, Innovation Services (former CSO Starbucks).

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