Once the program has been implemented, a process must be put in place to monitor compliance and effectiveness. Measures should be taken to identify gaps or problems and the necessary corrective action should be taken. These actions include, but are not limited to: formal reminders to security managers and personnel; additional SETA offerings; and/or the establishment of a corrective plan.

The SETA program will also shift as new skills become necessary. Changes in the organizational mission can also affect the SETA program design by influencing ideas regarding how best to create and provide training venues to personnel. Emerging events, such as the Fort Hood and Wikileaks incident, will also impact the nature and extent of SETA activities necessary to keep personnel educated about the latest security developments and countermeasures. The development and new policy and regulation may also affect the development and implementation of SETA material (NOTE: SETA material should reflect these changes).

A Command's SETA program can quickly become obsolete if sufficient attention is not paid to security advancements, organizational changes, shifts in organizational mission and priorities, and changes in security policies and regulations. Frequent evaluation of the SETA program is critical to its success. The program must be continuously updated in order to ensure that the information is current and that the program is efficient.

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