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CSO

Abbreviation for:
Central Statistical Office (Medspeak-UK)
civil society organisation (Medspeak-UK)
common source outbreak
community service office
craniosynostosis
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"Today's CISOs must manage their organisation's risk in the face of rising challenges and the ever-expanding scale and sophistication of today's cyber threats," says Mohammed Arif, Regional Director, Modern Workplace & Security, Microsoft Gulf.
In addition to maintaining perimeter defenses, monitoring threat intelligence, and the other daily responsibilities required to stop cybercriminals from accessing the network via zero-day threats and vulnerabilities, CISOs must now also consider all of the ways cybercriminals might leverage the tools and behaviors of their employees to gain access to the network.
So, with the festivities upon us and many longing to see gifts under the tree, CISOs may be thinking about what they want for Christmas this year to make sure their organisation is kept secure into the new year and beyond.
Every CISO should understand how fundamental this is.
Go to CIO.gov to download the CISO Handbook-- https://www.cio.gov/assets/files/ciso_handbook.pdf.
Request a list of security best practices, or the company's security policy, from your CISO. It's an easy ask and will enable treasury staff to identify any areas where treasury security policies differ from corporate policies in significant ways.
innovations, today's CISOs can help deliver business growth, while continuing
In a 2017 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey, more than half of respondents (60 percent) reported their organizations employ a senior information security leader, such as a CISO. What's more, the survey results indicated that organizations that employ a CISO or other senior information security leader have adopted holistic cybersecurity practices.
In order to centralize the governance of information security throughout the entire Hitachi Group, it has appointed a Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) under the direct jurisdiction of the president and CEO, and has established an independent Information Security Risk Management Division, which will be supervised by the CISO, as part of efforts to expand and strengthen the information security structure.
Key speakers include: Elaine Bucknor, group director, strategy, security and governance - Sky; Jeff Kember, technical director media - Google; Latha Maripuri, global CISO and deputy CTO - News Corp., Paul Lynch, director, technology management office - ITV; Andreas Schneider, CISO - SRG/SSR; and Steve Fridakisi, vice president media and tech operations, HBO.
The chief information security officer (CISO) is the person performing this role in many organizations and has become an important consideration for CPAs, both in traditional auditing and advisory services.