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The New CIO Leader: Setting the Agenda and Delivering Results by Ellen Kitzis, Marianne Broadbent

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Manage Enterpriseand IT Risks

Decades ago, a reporter asked the notorious American bank robber Willie Sutton why he robbed banks. “Because that’s where the money is,” he said. Criminals today attack computer networks for the same reason: In today’s data-driven service economies, that’s where the “money” is. Although the new millennium brought new fears of cyber-terrorism, the trend in computer crime—from vandalism to for-profit malfeasance—has actually been rising for years. At the same time, new risks have come on the scene. For all of them, CIOs are on the line more than ever. New CIO leaders will step up to the challenge and manage these new and different IT risks for their enterprises.1

It’s not hard to identify the reasons ...

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