Reflection

“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” – Viktor Frankl   I am reflecting on this quote this morning. Our philosophical journey, the path of contemplation, forms, shapes and directs the way […]

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Cybersecurity Mental Health Warning — 1 In 6 CISOs Now Medicate Or Use Alcohol —

A new global study of cybersecurity professionals has revealed the true extent to which the stresses and pressures facing the average CISO impact upon both professional and personal life. It should come as no surprise that stress is part of the job description for the CISO, and every one of the 408 questioned for the […]

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Study: CISOs Need to Take Charge of DevOps Security — DevOps.com

A new report from CyberArk looks at the complexity that goes into securing emerging DevOps environments, and why CISOs need to take charge to protect them. As digital transformation is pushing more enterprises to adopt DevOps to address their needs for better software delivered faster and more frequently, a huge issue lingers over this strategic […] […]

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Large Firms: What Role for the Group CISO? By JC Gaillard — Technopreneurph

The role of the CISO and their reporting line seems to be a continuing topic of discussion amongst cyber security professionals. The same title often hides a large diversity of roles, positioned differently across their respective organisations. It often reflects the maturity of each firm towards the appreciation of the threats it faces, the need […] […]

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The CISO as Enterprise Integrator — John R Childress . . . Rethinking

“The whole is greater than the sum of its parts.” ~Aristotle Even in the 4th Century BC, it was understood that functions within an organization working together for a common goal produced better results than working independently. Somewhere between Aristotle and the modern MBA program this lesson seems to have been lost as functional excellence […] […]

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