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Engaged Reporting: Fact and fortitude

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Engaged Reporting: Fact and fortitude
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Now that cyber security has the attention of the board and information risk is on the agenda, Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) are being asked increasingly tough questions about security investment and risk. It has never been more important for CISOs to articulate how the security function is contributing to the board’s strategic priorities while helping to balance information risk.

Leading CISOs have success in this area through fortitude and tenacity. They engage persistently with the right people at the right levels to uncover common interest, determine relevant data, generate reliable insights and create impact.

Engaged Reporting: Fact and fortitude provides guidance and mechanisms that will help CISOs and their teams turn technical security metrics into reporting that is aligned to the strategic aims and goals of the organisation by virtue of meaningful conversations.