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CISO Guide to Mitigating Security Risks

Agari April 5, 2016 Email Security
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The role of the CISO continues to evolve. Gone are the days of the CISO as primarily a technologist and reactive firefighter. In the current threat environment, CISOs need to build relationships with other C-suite executives, positioning security as a business and financial risk area worthy of continuous board-level attention, and advocating proactive investments to mitigate security risks before the bad news hits.

In addition, CISOs need to create and implement a risk management strategy that is built on a foundational, secure email channel. Email delivers revenue to the business. It brings customers, improves loyalty, and reduces customer acquisition costs. Protecting company email is a critical security initiative.

With this in mind, we’ve created our Security Executive’s Guide to a Secure Inbox to provide a high-level overview of what CISO’s should focus on to protect their email channel – and become the security experts their companies need – in today’s constantly changing business environment.

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