Your New CPSO May Be The Next Generation of Product Security

Over the past ten years, rising security breaches within leading companies have continually reinforced the need for a chief information security officer, or CISO, to protect critical things like IT systems, brand reputation, revenue and even stock prices. As a result, many boards and other invested figures currently demand a higher level of accountability and focus for managing cyber-preparedness, threat prevention and executive reporting, all of which the CISO must provide.

Because the security of our applications is now a business imperative, the CISO often reports to the CEO or equivalent in most organizations, which helps ensure these issues get the attention they need. But there’s a new executive management position currently taking hold, one that serves a separate but related purpose, and it’s changing the way organizations view their products.

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