What would you do first as chief information security officer?

Friday, 16 February 2007, 2:14 AM EST

Becoming the chief information security officer (CISO) of a corporation makes you a strategic IT advisor to business management, the chief information officer, and the rest of the information technology staff. Just as no company is the same as another, the job of CISO -- or alternately, “chief security officer,” which might include physical security as well -- isn’t either. The four security professionals who share their priorities with us make it clear there’s nothing cookie-cutter about the top IT security job.

At NetworkWorld.

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