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CSO50 Award: Nominate Your InfoSec Project Today

The CSO50 Award is a recognized mark of risk and security excellence. Winning organizations become members of an exclusive club. A club that can use this recognition to attract the best talent, show customers and prospects their commitment to data security, and create a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

How can you join this club? First, you need to nominate a recent security or risk project. You can download a copy of the nomination form to collect all the information needed to successfully submit a project. You can start the process now, by creating profile in our online nomination system; and then return when you are ready to complete the nomination.

Nomination Deadline: October 3, 2016

Winning organizations, and their teams will also be honored at the 2017 CSO50 Conference, May 1-3, in Scottsdale, Arizona.

How to Increase Your Chances of Winning
Nominations that focus on the business goals and results of the project and provide detailed answers to all questions have a better chance of winning. The most successful applications are written by the CSO or another business-oriented security or risk manager, with input from both business stakeholders and technical staff. If you are a security vendor who would like to nominate a customer for a CSO50 Award, we strongly recommend you to enlist the CSO or another security manager within the organization you wish to nominate to submit the nomination.

To win a CSO50 Award, submitters must provide data and examples that support their claims of innovation and business value. For example, it is not enough to tell us that an identity management system reduced the volume of compromised credentials. You must also provide metrics that illustrate your claim. Winning applications should also include narrative examples or anecdotes that illustrate the results of your project, such as descriptions of how new processes create efficiency, how employees embrace security more widely, or the impact the project has had on your organizations risk profile.

So log in now, and create your profile (or sign up to receive email reminders). And don't forget to download the questions now and have your team start compiling the answers.

Mike Gormley
CSO Executive Programs

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