The Dean of the Department of Security Affairs (DSA) is an officer responsible for the provision and implementation of contemporary security and other closely related courses. Other security activities including engaging with the media on security issues is directed to DSA to help the public meet the security challenges in the society by elaborating on either certainty or uncertainty.
The Dean of DSA is primarily retained at the DSA for services which may include:
- Advise the Director of Training on new security development and training.
- Required to attend vitally important security briefings and return with information to the Director of Training. Attending conferences and other relevant security training are agreed by the members of the governing board.
- Promote and represent the ISC both locally and externally.
- Contribute to wide-security of initiative in other to improve the understanding in many fields of security practices.