SC Magazine 20/20: The better CSO

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SC Magazine is pleased to introduce SC Magazine 20/20, a unique webcast series associated with its 20th Anniversary issue. The free webcast series features a member of the SC Magazine editorial team sitting down with various industry thought leaders to discuss the past, present and future of IT security.

The better CSO

Date: Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010
Time: 2:00 p.m. ET/11:00 a.m. PT

Click here to listen to this webcast on demand for free.

What does it take to be a strong CSO with a voice, budget, support and resources - especially as cyberthreats continue to evolve and corporate budgets still are tight? What training is necessary and what professional traits will go a long way? With whom should the CSO make alliances and what departments will be integral to making information security work for the entire organization? What does it mean to "get it right" as a successful CSO? We find out.

Featured speakers
Illena Armstrong, editor in chief, SC Magazine
Hugh Njemanze, CTO and EVP of Research and Development, ArcSight

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