• How should a company’s security program define roles and responsibilities?

    In many organizations, it's not uncommon for physical, legal and information security departments to step on each other's toes. In this expert Q&A, security management pro Shon Harris reveals how a CSO can bring these teams together and implement a stronger security program.

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  • Oracle CSO: Security must be baked into coding culture

    Mary Ann Davidson said 2004 was the year software vendors saw the light on security. Now the industry must make developers see it too, and the accreditation process can be used to apply pressure for change, she says.

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  • CSOs say patch management tide is turning

    Security pros at this year's Infosecurity show say IT shops are getting better at patch management. But new threats are emerging, including flaws that never die.

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  • CSO (Chief Security Officer)

    Assuming a consistent pattern of titles in companies that have a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Chief Information Officer (CIO), the Chief Security Officer (CSO) is the person responsible for the security of a company's communications and other business systems, especially those now exposed to...

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  • CSOs bring security to their market

    Senior enterprise security officers are fast becoming marketers of IT security.

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  • University CSO provides education, security in nonprofit environment

    The director of system security for George Washington University details the implementation of the school's security policy.

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  • CSO group assembles real-world security performance benchmarks

    The Chief Security Officer Executive Council data on what CSOs need to know about their own performance can also show VARs how to structure solutions that pass financial muster.

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  • CSO: System logging a vital computer security tool

    Tenable Network Security CSO Marcus Ranum reveals that data-driven intelligence is not as critical as system logging to security strategy.

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  • Experts: Security melding with recovery

    Enterprises are finding it necessary to integrate security with their recovery, business continuity and availability strategies, and more of those responsibilities are being assumed by CSOs.

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  • Gartner: Where does a CSO fit in the enterprise chain?

    Chief security officers at the Gartner IT Security Summit weren't jockeying for power, but they were making a case for being at a level equal to that of the CIO.

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