The CIO typically oversees the operational IT needs of an organization, whether it’s policy and procedure development or budgeting; a CISO monitors and analyzes potential risks to an organization
There may be a power struggle as CIOs attempt to balance security with speed to market, while CISOs emphasize and scrutinize security.2 The CIO plays the role of innovating, increasing productivity, and improving the user experience, while the CISO could be cast as the villain restricting growth and adoption.
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