Are security pros worrying about the right stuff?

Tuesday, 24 July 2007, 1:05 PM EST

Worrying almost seems to define the job of the CSO (chief security officer) and CISO (chief information security officer). The security chief is the corporate standard bearer for risk management in a world fraught with technical and human error, with hackers potentially lurking within and without.

When asked what they worry about, CSOs and CISOs cite regulatory compliance and security controls overlooked in IT projects. Some acknowledge a general angst that simply boils down to the great unknown of system-wide chaos.

At InfoWorld.

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