Agency working to beef up leadership in information security

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  • Thursday, 21 Apr 2016

CCISO recipients (from left) Solahuddin, Bavisi, Amirudin and CyberSecurity Malaysia senior vice-president, corporate services division Mohd Roslan Ahmad.

CYBERSecurity Malaysia (CSM), an agency under the Science, Technology and Innovation Ministry, has successfully trained its top information security executives in the EC-Council’s Certified Chief Information Security Officers (CCISO) programme.

The initiative is seen as important as there is a great scarcity of CISOs (chief information security officers) or capable information security leaders in Malaysia, and many strategic organisations are operating without a CISO as part of their company hierarchy.

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