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Executive Spotlight: How CISOs Can Meet (And Surpass) The CIO's Expectations

Planning The Journey From Safe Pair Of Hands To Trusted Advisor

February 19, 2014

Authors

  • By Andrew Rose,
  • Alastair Behenna
  • with Christopher McClean,
  • Jennie Duong

Why Read This Report

Next-generation CIOs and their teams face the challenge of fulfilling consumer expectations and the demands of digital natives while still meeting appropriate budgetary, governance, and performance criteria. Technology management leaders no longer operate in isolation; rather, they execute the strategy that they create jointly with business heads, acting as both guide and facilitator to harness the power of enterprise disruption. As a principal member of the technology leadership team and an incipient trusted advisor, the CISO needs to deliver a framework and exhibit a bias for forward thinking to empower business leadership while maintaining a firm grasp of the security realities of the digital business ecosystem.

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Table of Contents

  • New Expectations And Priorities Are Challenging The CIO Role
  • The CISO Must Become A Strategic Thinker And Solution Architect
  • Five Questions That CISOs Should Ask Their CIOs
  • CISOs Should Ask Themselves If Being A CIO Is Part Of Their Career Path
  • WHAT IT MEANS

  • Only The Adaptable Survive
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