CIO managing the CSO: is the fox watching the henhouse?

Monday, 14 May 2007, 12:12 AM EST

The chief security officer is a fairly new position. We first saw it emerge in larger corporations in the late 1990s; these days, its standard in most organizations. The CSOs role varies, but typically it combines risk management, policy development and investment in security technologies.

So what is a CSO, really? And to whom should he or she report?

At CSO.

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