BOSTON, MA--(Marketwired - Sep 25, 2013) - Risk management usually falls in the domain of the CFO. However IT security often stays within the IT silo. This approach will not work long term; the CFO needs to take charge.
The CFO and his or her risk manager have to tie all the pieces together into a coherent risk management program. The CFO should think of the IT department (or the CIO if there is one) as consultants on one very important component of the RM program.
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