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What is CSO?

Definition and meaning of CSO:

The Chief Security Officer (CSO) is a senior-level role responsible for an organization’s physical and digital security. This includes physical safety, information security, and disaster preparedness.

The role of CSO

A CSO is responsible for developing and implementing security policies, procedures, and programs. And CSOs usually report to the CEO, CIO, or COO.

It also works closely with other executives to ensure the safety of the company’s people, property, and reputation.


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