Tag Archives: CIO

Privacy Tip #144 – Give your CISO Some Love

I hang out with Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) and Chief Information Officers (CIOs). I support them because they have thankless jobs and have a mountain of responsibilities to protect an organization, most of the time without complete support from the organization. I try to help CISOs and CIOs get the budgeting they need to … Continue Reading

Cybersecurity Task Force Launched in Arizona

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey launched the Arizona Cybersecurity Team (ACT) by Executive Order on March 1, 2018. The ACT, comprised of 22 members representing officials from the Executive Branch, including the state’s Chief Information Officer and Chief Information Security Officer, representatives from public safety, homeland security, emergency and military affairs, as well as members of … Continue Reading

A CIO Budget Playbook for 2018

It’s that time of the year again, budget season. A time when organizations set priorities on how to strategically spend their money in 2018. In the information technology (IT) world this can be a daunting task for any CIO. According to Gartner, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and tools such as conversational platforms, digital twins … Continue Reading

The Office of Management and Budget announces the establishment of a new federal privacy council

On December 2, 2015, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), announced a new initiative that is being developed to ensure that government agencies are putting the proper privacy protocols in place. Specifically, Shaun Donovan, the Director of OMB, announced the creation of a new federal privacy council. The purpose of the council will be … Continue Reading
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