Leadership is about goal-achieving – not about skill sets, personality or leadership gene-nonsense. And leadership is not management or even people administration. Because of this very difference CIOs/CDOs fail from time to time.
“Digital Transformation” is a term very commonly bandied around but what does it mean, and how do you lead it successfully? There’s doesn’t seem to be a common definition of...
In earlier articles, we have examined the challenges of the CIO around Information Security, the importance of the CISO reporting line, and the fundamental role the Board of Directors has to play to drive security transformation.
Here, we revisit and develop further some of these aspects in line with new reflexions and some feedback we received.
Global CIOs told us what we can expect in 2017. Enterprise Architects need to get set to focus on Security, Cloud Computing and Big Data.
The article deconstructs eight commonly held views on Information Security that CIOs would have encountered, and highlights the key Governance and Leadership rules CIOs and CISOs should follow to build and deliver a successful Information Security practice
The reporting line of the CISO has to be at board level and must be driven by clear underlying objectives shared unambiguously by the CISO and their boss – whoever that happens to be in the organisation.