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12/30/2019
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Joan Goodchild
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6 CISO New Year's Resolutions for 2020

We asked chief information security officers how they plan to get their infosec departments in shape next year.

Resolve to Make Security a Business Driver

"Infosec is often put in as a reason not to do something or, worse, an inhibiter of great ideas to drive the business forward," says Jason Haward-Grau, CISO at PAS Global. "2020 is the year that we should really seek to embed the security enablement process into the business. In 2020, I want to ensure infosec is fully embedded into the business value chain."

"In 2020, CISOs should resolve to understand better how their businesses drive revenue and minimize costs,” says Rick Holland, CISO and vice president of strategy at Digital Shadows.

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Joan Goodchild is a veteran journalist, editor, and writer who has been covering security for more than a decade. She has written for several publications and previously served as editor-in-chief for CSO Online.
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