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CSO- Chief Security Officer

This is the top security executive in the company. He or she will likely report directly to a senior functional executive (CEO, COO, CFO, chief administration officer, head of legal counsel). The CSO will oversee and coordinate security efforts across the company, including information technology, human resources, communications, legal, facilities management and other groups, and will identify security initiatives and standards. The direct reports will include the chief information security officer and the director of corporate security and safety.

Responsibilities: Risk Management, Strategic Planning, Security Policy, Asset Protection, Network Security Architecture, Network Access and Monitoring

The CTO has overall responsibility for managing the physical and personnel technology infrastructure including technology deployment, network and system management, integration testing, and developing technical operations personnel. CTOs also manage client relations to ensure that service objective expectations are developed and managed in the operations areas.

Responsibilities: Strategy and Planning, Implementation and Deployment, Operational Management

The information technology director is responsible for the overall planning, organizing, and execution of all IT functions at the location. This includes directing all IT operations to meet customer requirements as well as the support and maintenance of existing applications and development of new technical solutions.

Responsibilities: Organizational Structure, Management, Cost Control, Technology Investment, Business Focus

The chief information officer (CIO) oversees the people, processes and technologies within a company’s IT organization to ensure they deliver outcomes that support the goals of the business.

Responsibilities: Strategic Planning, Architecture, Security, Technology Assessments, Leadership Management, Process Improvement

CDO- Chief Data Officer

Chief data officers will help CEOs and COOs run more profitable and streamlined companies by wading through the sea of information now available to them in order to draw valuable insights.

Responsibilities: Data Governance, Data Quality, Data Standards, Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, Data Management, Enterprise Data Modeling, Metadata Management, Unstructured and Big Data, Cloud Data, Business Performance Metrics, Intellectual Capital

The Vice President for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer (VP/CIO) serves as the senior IT leader and oversees the central IT organization—Information Technology Services. The VP/CIO is responsible for all aspects of information technology policies and systems. This position provides vision and leadership for developing and implementing information technology initiatives and directs the planning and implementation of enterprise IT systems.

Responsibilities: Strategic Planning, Architecture, Security, Technology Assessments, Leadership Management, Process Improvement