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CISO Reporting Structure in 2018

November 13, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slide | Team Structure and Management

An overwhelming majority of organizations (86%) report that they employ a CISO, and in most cases, that person reports directly to either the CEO (43%) or the CIO (35%).
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