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Two-Thirds of CISOs Report Directly to the CEO or Board of Directors

December 4, 2017 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Leadership Skills

Today it is more common for a CISO to report directly to the CEO or the board of directors than to the CIO. The CISO must help the board understand where the company stands in providing cybersecurity for the company networks. The information provided should include any cyber attacks that have occurred, as well as shortfalls in training, equipment and tools in the cyber domain. The CISO must highlight shortfalls so the board can execute their responsibilities in understanding and addressing risks facing the company.


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