How Many C-Level Execs Own Your Security Infrastructure?
RSA News, August 8th, 2019
August 8, 2019,
Volume 257, Issue 1

"If you're a CEO, CFO, or CIO, you're directly responsible for the caliber of cybersecurity at your company."

During the recent RSA conference in Singapore, RSA's CTO, Dr. Zulfikar Ramzan, described several different C-level executives who could have direct responsibility for some portion of your security infrastructure: CEO, CIO, CSO (or CISO), CTO, and the Chief Data Officer (CDO). If three is a crowd, then this is a herd. Or maybe a pod, I never really learned those plural descriptors. And that is just the top management layer: for a large corporation, there could be dozens of middle managers that handle the various security components.

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