The chief security officer (CSO) has not been around as long as other positions in the C-suite. With the development of technology, and the importance of data at organizations, CSOs have found themselves a seat in the boardroom. In light of the notable breaches taking place in various industries, the role is getting more acknowledgement now than ever. When disaster strikes, the CSO plays a vital role in the crisis communication plan, and activating incident response. As technology evolves, so will the CSOs role in the organization and the boardroom.
In this video, SC Magazine's Danielle Walker interviews Trey Ford, global security strategist at Rapid7, to discuss the rapidly changing role of the CSO.