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Alternate job titles: Chief Information Security Officer | Chief InfoSec Incident Response Officer | Chief InfoSec Officer | CISO | Top Information Security Executive | VP, Information Security

The Chief Information Security Risk Governance Officer oversees the development, implementation, and enforcement of information security standards and procedures. Responsible for determining enterprise information security policy and strategy. Being a Chief Information Security Risk Governance Officer in charge of IT risk evaluations, audits, and security incident investigation. Ensures that all information systems are functional correctly regarding secure policy. In addition, Chief Information Security Risk Governance Officer requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to top management. more...



Alternate job titles: Chief Information Security Risk Governance Officer | Chief InfoSec Incident Response Officer | Chief InfoSec Officer | CISO | Top Information Security Executive | VP, Information Security

Responsible for determining enterprise information security policy and strategy. Oversees the development, implementation, and enforcement of information security standards and procedures. Ensures that all information systems are functional correctly regarding secure policy. In charge of IT risk evaluations, audits, and security incident investigation. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to top management. Manages a departmental function within a broader corporate function. Develops major goals to support broad functional objectives. Approves policies developed within various sub-f more...


Alternate job titles: Chief Information Security Officer | Chief Information Security Risk Governance Officer | Chief InfoSec Incident Response Officer | CISO | Top Information Security Executive | VP, Information Security

The Chief InfoSec Officer oversees the development, implementation, and enforcement of information security standards and procedures. Responsible for determining enterprise information security policy and strategy. Being a Chief InfoSec Officer in charge of IT risk evaluations, audits, and security incident investigation. Ensures that all information systems are functional correctly regarding secure policy. In addition, Chief InfoSec Officer requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to top management. The Chief InfoSec Officer manages a departmental function within a broader corporate fu more...


Alternate job titles: Chief IT Officer | CITO | Top Information Technology Executive | Top IT Officer | Vice President of Information Technology

Establishes and directs the strategic long-term goals, policies and procedures for an information technology department. Determines an organization's long-term systems needs and any hardware acquisitions needed to accomplish the organization's business objectives. Gives technical guidance on high priority projects and orients the company to trends in the information technology industry. Requires a bachelor's degree. Typically reports to chief executive officer (ceo) or the chief operating officer (coo). Top level or C level management. Responsible for the development of functional or business more...



Alternate job titles: Top Learning (Knowledge) Executive | Digital Knowledge Management Executive | Top Knowledge (Learning) Officer | Vice President of Learning

The Chief Learning Officer is accountable for design, development, and release of knowledge systems, applications, and services for all business functions. Ensures that all employees have access to pertinent business information and knowledge. Being a Chief Learning Officer typically reports to top management. Requires a bachelor's degree. The Chief Learning Officer manages a departmental function within a broader corporate function. Develops major goals to support broad functional objectives. Approves policies developed within various sub-functions and departments. Comprehensive knowledge of more...


Alternate job titles: Top Administrative Executive | Chief Administrative Executive | Vice President of Administration

The Chief Administrative Officer ensures the operations of the company are within a secure, efficient and organized work environment. Plans and directs all aspects of an organization's staff and service functions. Being a Chief Administrative Officer requires a bachelor's degree. Oversees administrative staff, finances, logistics and information systems. In addition, Chief Administrative Officer typically reports to Chief Executive Officer or Chief Operating Officer. The Chief Administrative Officer manages a business unit, division, or corporate function with major organizational impact. Esta more...



Alternate job titles: Chief Information Technology Officer | CITO | Top Information Technology Executive | Top IT Officer | Vice President of Information Technology

The Chief IT Officer determines an organization's long-term systems needs and any hardware acquisitions needed to accomplish the organization's business objectives. Establishes and directs the strategic long-term goals, policies and procedures for an information technology department. Being a Chief IT Officer requires a bachelor's degree. Gives technical guidance on high priority projects and orients the company to trends in the information technology industry. In addition, Chief IT Officer typically reports to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) or the Chief Operating Officer (COO). Responsible for more...


Alternate job titles: Top HRIS Executive | Chief HRIS Executive | Top Human Resources Information System (HRIS) Executive | Vice President of HRIS

The Chief HRIS Officer develops, implements, and maintains HRIS system(s) to meet an organization's needs and objectives. Plans and directs all aspects of an organization's human resource information system(s). Being a Chief HRIS Officer requires a bachelor's degree. Researches, evaluates, tests and selects the necessary hardware and software needed to achieve the goals of the department. In addition, Chief HRIS Officer demonstrates expertise in a variety of the field's concepts, practices, and procedures. Typically reports to top management. The Chief HRIS Officer manages a departmental funct more...


Alternate job titles: Top Clinical Information Systems Executive | Clinical Informatics Systems Strategic Leader | Top Medical Management Systems Executive

The Chief Informatics Officer guides the selection, development, and/or implementation of systems designed to effectively manage medical information and meet the needs of patient care staff. Establishes strategic direction, policies, and procedures for the organization's clinical information systems with the goal of improving clinical operations. Being a Chief Informatics Officer requires an advanced degree. Coordinates between IT and clinical staff in order to ensure effective integration of clinical systems with other institutional applications. In addition, Chief Informatics Officer typical more...



Alternate job titles: Top Data Management Executive | Enterprise Data Management Executive | Strategic Data and Information Management Executive

The Chief Data Officer designs, develops and maintains data warehouses, data stores, customer relationship management and other business intelligence systems to ensure they meet organizational requirements. Directs and oversees the development of organizing, storing and analyzing hardware/software strategic information and operational/production data. Being a Chief Data Officer typically reports to top management. Requires a bachelor's degree. The Chief Data Officer manages a departmental function within a broader corporate function. Develops major goals to support broad functional objectives. more...


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