Two Leaders. Two Agendas.
THE CSO: “Prevention requires financial investment”
THE CFO: “Crises destroy budgets and projections”
The relationship between the CSO and CFO is among the most critical executive partnerships in prioritizing security needs and spend. That’s why CSOs need to bridge the gap and break down barriers to create strong, collaborative connections with this key member of the C-Suite. Lunch is a good place to start.
Find out 10 common priorities open for discussion in our informative Executive Briefing.
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