Author(s): Jason McLure, Tuck Staff Writer
The growth of organizations determined to exploit the weaknesses of connectivity and the expansion of technology have made information security groups a mainstay of modern business and greatly increased the stature of the chief information security officer (CISO). With information security threats growing so large that they can paralyze large companies for days and permanently tarnish brands, top security executives are no longer just running virus scans but addressing the board of directors and planning multimillion-dollar investments. As a result, those in charge of information security need skills far beyond those they use at their keyboard.
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