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CSO

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Military) community support officer
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JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- Fortinet[R] (NASDAQ: FTNT) (Fortinet.com), a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, today announced a new report by Forbes Insights it commissioned titled "Making Tough Choices: How CISOs Manage Escalating Threats and Limited Resources (bit.ly/2jUkZIG)." The global survey polled CISOs across various industries about the biggest challenges they're facing and strategies they're putting in place to address these obstacles.
Summary: Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], Aug 6 (ANI): One in five chief information security officers (CISOs) globally are now reporting directly to the chief executive officer while 15 per cent of organisations have a security budget of more than 10 per cent of their overall IT budgets, according to a new report by Wipro released on Tuesday.
Rasheed, who has more than 20 years of leadership experience at global companies in a range of industries, including financial services, has previously been CISO at Trustmark Companies.
The CISO had been struggling to articulate the importance of risk-based decision making and found creating a risk appetite statement for the organization to be the most effective tool in aligning IT risk management with business goals.
According to the report, business growth and expansion was identified as the second-biggest challenge in managing cybersecurity among CISOs surveyed at the most mature companies, trailing only the rapid IT changes and rising complexities - an issue that faces all CISOs regardless of a company's maturity level.
The second-highest paying tech job in 2019 is a Ciso, with a salary range of $175,000 to $275,000.
Microsoft has recently held the 'Banking Edition' of its CISO Executive Series -- an even tailored for the security leaders in Kuwait's banking industry.
The resulting security challenges have become a major pain point for chief information security officer (CISO).
What a CISO longs for is a solution that keeps the organisation's data secure, irrespective of new users or applications added, and regardless of location or device.
In the past few years, the role of the CISO has left behind its traditional responsibilities and core tasks of specifically developing, deploying and maintaining an information security programme, serving to protect all of the data stored and processed by a business, morphing into a much more integral role of identifying risk across the entire business and raising awareness to employees of the damage a data breach can cause.
Joey states that as a CISO, establishing great impacts in his domain was made possible because of these three important aspects that all CISOs should be mindful of.
The CISO Handbook was created to educate and inform new and existing CISOs about their role in federal cybersecurity management.