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Convincing the skeptical CIO to support security

I have a new client, a billion-dollar service company, whose CIO is going to test my skills. He is suspicious about security and risk management, and questions everything. I should be happy, but I’m not. I should be happy because his questions mean he’s engaged – antagonistic is better than apathetic I always say. He’s willing to hear my arguments about the value security brings to the business, but he’s stubborn. How am I going to win him over?  READ my answer HERE.

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