This is particularly important if you are in a heavily regulated industry and are dealing with things like credit card and health care data or other personally identifiable information.
With all of the recent high-profile security breaches taking place, it is critical that business leaders from organizations of all sizes analyze their security posture and processes. For many organizations, this task falls on the cybersecurity manager.
A cybersecurity manager serves as the expert on cybersecurity protection, detection, response and recovery. A cybersecurity manager's responsibilities will vary tremendously based on the size of the team and the industry, but there are still a number of functions this individual will be tasked with.
Compiled by BitSight Technologies, this slideshow offers 10 critical responsibilities every cybersecurity manager must consider.
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