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Age is no obstacle

I will be 65 shortly, 47 years and a few months of which I have spent in IT, mostly in operations (also called application support or ITSM).

10 lessons on the journey to the public cloud – Part 1: What to consider when thinking of moving to the cloud

In almost two-thirds of organizations today, IT can be managed outside the IT department, according to a recent major survey of chief information officers (CIOs). Even so, the world’s largest tech leadership poll, the 2019 Harvey Nash/KPMG CIO survey, also found that, while cloud-based services are “allowed” in around half of companies, they are only “encouraged” at one in ten.

I was recently asked the question, “Where does the CSO belong in an organization?”

It is an intriguing question, and one that I hear many professionals discuss with fervor. Currently most CSOs report to the CIO or CTO. In a few cases, they report to the Chief Risk Officer (CRO) or Legal. One of the positions many of us hear is that the CSO should report directly to the CEO to make their voices heard and make security a priority.