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Report finds women are declining CISO/CSO roles

Tech Republic Security

The post Report finds women are declining CISO/CSO roles appeared first on TechRepublic. CXO Security Tech Industry ciso cso cybersecurity women declining ciso roles women in tech

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The Resolution Every CSO/CISO Should Make This Year

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Shift your mindset from risk to resilience

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The Uber CSO indictment

Adam Shostack

Mark Rasch, who created the Computer Crime Unit at the United States Department of Justice, has an essay, “ Conceal and Fail to Report – The Uber CSO Indictment.”

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Uber CSO Found Guilty: The Sky Is Not Falling. Yet

SecureWorld News

But a closer inspection of the facts is critical, and should temper sky-is-falling concerns that personal liability of CISOs is the new norm. RELATED: Data Breach Cover-Up: Uber's Former CSO Faces up to 8 Years Behind Bars ]. Featured Uber CISO / CSO Featured Author Cyber Law

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“How will the Uber Breach Verdict Affect the CISO Role in the Future?”

Security Boulevard

A Uber breach verdict was handed down that could prove highly impactful to CISOs and CSOs in the near and distant future. The post “How will the Uber Breach Verdict Affect the CISO Role in the Future?” The post “How will the Uber Breach Verdict Affect the CISO Role in the Future?”

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Episode 247: Into the AppSec Trenches with Robinhood CSO Caleb Sima

The Security Ledger

Paul speaks with Caleb Sima, the CSO of the online trading platform Robinhood, about his journey from teenage cybersecurity phenom and web security pioneer, to successful entrepreneur to an executive in the trenches of protecting high value financial services firms from cyberattacks.

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Why CISOs Are Joining 'The Great Resignation'

SecureWorld News

We hear it all the time: there are not enough people to fill all the cybersecurity roles (including CISOs) that are currently available, not to mention the openings expected in the coming months and years. Being a CISO sometimes serves as the catalyst to finding a new career path.".

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Fake LinkedIn CISO Profiles Target Top Companies

SecureWorld News

Most recently, one of those new schemes involves fake LinkedIn profiles representing Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) at some of the world's largest corporations. CISO profiles spoofed on LinkedIn. Featured Cyber Fraud LinkedIn CISO / CSO Original Content

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CSO Hall of Fame honorees

CSO Magazine

The CSO Hall of Fame was created to spotlight outstanding leaders who have significantly contributed to the practice of information risk management and security. Their work has advanced the CSO/CISO role, secured business, and inspired others in the industry.

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CISO Interview Series: How Aiming for the Sky Can Help Keep Your Organization Secure

Security Boulevard

Organizations need the right internal personnel like a CISO to keep their systems and data secure. The post CISO Interview Series: How Aiming for the Sky Can Help Keep Your Organization Secure appeared first on The State of Security.

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CISO Journeys into Ukraine to Rescue Coworker

SecureWorld News

Being a CISO carries with it a lot of pressure. Featured Leadership CISO / CSO Curated NewsThe stakes are high when the security of your organization ultimately rests on you.

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Interview with Dana Mantilia and the Role of the CISO

Security Boulevard

The post Interview with Dana Mantilia and the Role of the CISO appeared first on The Shared Security Show. The post Interview with Dana Mantilia and the Role of the CISO appeared first on Security Boulevard.

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Why do CISOs Keep Quitting on Florida?

SecureWorld News

Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) have the luxury of being an incredibly hot commodity, so they can pretty much pick and choose where they work, as they are almost guaranteed to have a job waiting for them somewhere. Featured Cybersecurity Government CISO / CSO Original Content

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Cerby Appoints Former Palo Alto Networks CSO Matthew Chiodi as Chief Trust Officer

CyberSecurity Insiders

Chiodi came to Palo Alto Networks from the company’s acquisition of cybersecurity startup RedLock, where he was the first Chief Information Security Officer (CISO).

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How Do You Say the Word ‘CISO’?

SecureWorld News

If you work in cybersecurity, you probably already know what CISO stands for: Chief Information Security Officer. The number and prominence of CISOs continues to grow as organizations get more serious about improving their security posture. Survey results: how do you pronounce CISO?

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The CSO role today: Responsibilities and requirements for the top security job

CSO Magazine

CSO definition. A CSO is a departmental leader responsible for information security, corporate security or both. That's the simplest answer to the question "What is a CSO?", At many companies, the term CSO is still used in this way.

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14 lessons CISOs learned in 2022

CSO Magazine

These events and many more have changed the business landscape and forced CISOs to steer a course through uncertain waters. We're about to finish yet another erratic year, in which Elon Musk bought Twitter, Russia invaded Ukraine, and many workers returned to their offices.

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Chris DeRusha Named New U.S. CISO, Who Is He?

SecureWorld News

DeRusha recently updated his LinkedIn profile to his new role: CISO of the United States Government. As the Federal CISO, DeRusha has a number of responsibilities. After his stint at Ford Motor, DeRusha became the Chief Security Officer (CSO) for the State of Michigan.

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What Progressive CISOs Do to Enable Innovation?

SecureWorld News

Our opening keynote, Marching on in 2021: Cyber Resiliency in Security , was filled with five stellar CISOs from different organizations and industry verticals: Mark Eggleston, VP, Chief Information Security and Privacy Officer at Health Partners Plans. How can CISOs innovate?

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Ransomware and the C-I-A Triad

Security Boulevard

CISO Suite Cyberlaw Security Bloggers Network availability Confidentiality CSO/CISO Perspectives Cyber-Physical Systems cybercrime Cyberwarfare General Integrity ransom payments Ransomware SpotlightIn earlier, more innocent (?)

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A CISO's Guide to a Good Night's Sleep

SecureWorld News

It is a common feeling in the cybersecurity community that CISOs do not sleep well at night. In fairness, this list could go on for pages since everything from delayed projects to mergers and acquisitions can become a CISO's nightmare. Being reactionary as a CISO is what causes stress.

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7 tips for better CISO-CFO relationships

CSO Magazine

The person handing the decision making on budgeting is often the CFO, so CISOs would be wise to learn the best ways to interact with these finance professionals. Learn the 5 key qualities of successful CISOs, and how to develop them and 7 security incidents that cost CISOs their jobs.

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How CISOs can manage the cybersecurity of high-level executives

CSO Magazine

As CISOs know, cyber incidents all too often include the human element—and executives are all too human.

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Cybersecurity and AI/ML Biases

Security Boulevard

Analytics & Intelligence CISO Suite Security Bloggers Network AI AI/ML Pipeline Ajay Chander Artificial Intelligence CSO/CISO Perspectives machine learning ML Ramya Srinivasan sdlc Spotlight Technical

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7 best reasons to be a CISO

CSO Magazine

The job of the CISO can be tough with its share of challenges, difficulties and complications. These are just a few of the things that keep CISOs up at night. There’s plenty to be optimistic about if you are building or seeking a career as a CISO.

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Inadequate Cybersecurity

Security Boulevard

CISO Suite Governance, Risk & Compliance Security Bloggers Network CSO/CISO Perspectives cybersecurity governance cybersecurity risk General Spotlight Y2K Y2K governance

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CISOs worried about material attacks, boardroom backing

CSO Magazine

The threat of substantial material attacks and getting board support for their efforts are top-of-mind issues among the world's CISOs, according to a new report released by Proofpoint Tuesday. That's put more CISOs at ease in terms of feeling that they can protect their organizations."

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Why CISO roles require business and technology savvy

CSO Magazine

Of all the crazy postings that advertise for CISO jobs, the one asking for a CISO to code in Python was probably the most outrageous example of the disconnect about a CISO’s role, says Joe Head, CISO search director at UK-based search firm, Intaso.

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Krebs on Ransomware

Security Boulevard

CISO Suite Cyberlaw Security Bloggers Network Brian Krebs Chris Krebs CSO/CISO Perspectives cybercrime Cyberwarfare General Information Security News Ransomware ransomware insurance Spotlight

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CISOs are still chiefs in name only

CSO Magazine

Look around the CISO community, and you’ll find signs of burnout everywhere. Where CISOs aren’t just quitting, you’ll find increasing tension between them and their executives, sometimes resulting in surprising departures.

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Cybersecurity Lessons from the Pandemic: Why Not

Security Boulevard

CISO Suite Security Bloggers Network Cost Anxiety COVID-19 CSO/CISO Perspectives Cybersecurity General Human Elements SpotlightYou might notice there’s no question mark at the end of the title. That is intentional.

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Data Breach Cover Up: Uber's Former CSO Faces Up to 8 Years Behind Bars

SecureWorld News

Department of Justice just filed federal charges against Uber's former Chief Security Offier (CSO) for allegedly covering up a company data breach and bribing hackers to stay silent about the attack. What is Uber's former CISO accused of doing? The U.S.

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How Marvel’s Avengers inspire Pinsent Masons CISO to adapt cybersecurity hiring

CSO Magazine

Cybersecurity’s ongoing battle with a “skills shortage” has seen the sector lose its way regarding talent hiring and retention, says Christian Toon, CISO at London-based law firm Pinsent Masons.

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Top skill-building resources and advice for CISOs

CSO Magazine

The role of the CISO has evolved, and so have the responsibilities. Some believe a CISO must have technical knowledge and experience as a cybersecurity professional, others think leadership skills such as being able to communicate with boards are what matters most.

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Video: Modernizing Phoenix’s Cybersecurity to Combat Nation-State Attacks

Security Boulevard

Shannon Lawson, CISO for the City of Phoenix, and Geoffrey Coulehan, Head of Sales for MixMode recently joined forces for a fireside chat at the Evanta CISO Summit in Phoenix, AZ.

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CISOs’ 15 top strategic priorities for 2021

CSO Magazine

Security's all-too-frequent appearance as a front-page headline making topic has put CISOs in the hot seat as CEOs and boards worry that it could be their names next in news stories trying to explain how a breach occurred. Yet the CISO message to the C-suite might not be all that reassuring.

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New US CISO appointments, January 2021

CSO Magazine

Many companies are hiring a chief security officer ( CSO ) or chief information security officer ( CISO ) for the first time to support a deeper commitment to information security.

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Secrets to building a healthy CISO-vendor partnership

CSO Magazine

Effective partnerships between CISOs and their cybersecurity vendors are integral to security success. He notes that CISOs often have a select group of key security vendors that have become trusted partners where the relationship is mutually beneficial.

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Recent shadow IT related incidents present lessons to CISOs

CSO Magazine

Mentioning the phrase “shadow IT” to CISOs often results in an eye-roll or a grimace. Learn the 5 key qualities of successful CISOs, and how to develop them and 7 security incidents that cost CISOs their jobs. Sign up for CSO newsletters. ].

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CISOs, what's in your travel security program?

CSO Magazine

The past two years have provided CISOs a bit of a reprieve with respect to protecting company data while employees are in travel mode. For this reason, every CISO should ensure their entity is prepared for this influx, which arguably adds a layer of risk.

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A Chief Security Concern for Executive Teams

Krebs on Security

KrebsOnSecurity reviewed the Web sites for the global top 100 companies by market value, and found just five percent of top 100 firms listed a chief information security officer (CISO) or chief security officer (CSO). Nobody’s saying these companies don’t have CISOs and/or CSOs and CTOs in their employ. Not that these roles are somehow more or less important than that of a CISO/CSO within the organization.

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12 CISO resolutions for 2022

CSO Magazine

It’s still early days, but if this year is anything like years past, it’s safe to say CISOs will have a lot to contend with, from a continuing labor shortage to the increasing sophistication of cyberattacks to an ongoing threat from nation-state actors.

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CISOs: Do you know what's in your company’s products?

CSO Magazine

Sign up for CSO newsletters. ]. Some CISOs lack the recognition that the latter is the support element to the former.

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