How CISOs can work with the C-suite to define the cybersecurity risk level
By David Chaddock
Date : June 30, 2016
Defining the cybersecurity risk level for any organization should be a collaborative effort that balances the need for risk mitigation with fiscal responsibility.

Although the CISO is primarily focused on cybersecurity, the ultimate goal is to run a successful business. As a result, the CISO will be reliant on the cooperation of their C-suite colleagues to strike the right balance between operational business needs and security to derive a successful outcome. David Chaddock authored an article for Help Net Security on how CISOs can successfully collaborate with the C-suite to define cybersecurity risk level and create a holistic cybersecurity strategy.

To read the entire article as it appeared in Help Net Security, please click here.   

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