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Rising to Prominence in the New Security Landscape: Health Care’s Chief Information Security Officer

    CISO Role

    The escalating financial stakes and sheer volume of cyberattacks have elevated the role of the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) to a leader central to the health care organization’s (HCOs) mission to care for patients.

    No longer is the CISO a purely technical role—now, HCOs entrust their CISO to protect the entire business enterprise through holistic risk mitigation.

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