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by CSO staff and contributors

CSO50 2019: Seeding security in the cloud

Apr 03, 20192 mins
Cloud ComputingCloud SecurityDisaster Recovery

CSO50 award-winning companies are rising to the cloud security challenge and finding new ways to protect data and assets.

CSO Digital Magazine, Spring 2019
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Welcome to this special digital edition of CSO, featuring winners of our annual CSO50 awards. In these pages, you’ll learn how award-winning organizations are rising to the cloud security challenge and finding new ways to protect data and assets, the value of digital trust and how to earn it, the most pressing mobile security threats, and 6 key elements of any good disaster recovery plan.


LEAD How (and why) to build digital trust Earning customers’ trust translates to better customer acquisition, greater customer loyalty and more revenue. Here’s how to do it.

KNOW Mobile security threats you should take seriously in 2019 Mobile malware may grab the headlines, but every enterprise should have its eye on these more pressing mobile security threats.

COVER STORY Seeding security in the cloud For many businesses, the fresh security risks posed by the rapid adoption of cloud technologies are driving deep security changes. For others, the cloud isn’t the reason for the security overhaul but the fundamental enabler of it. Three CSO50 award winners share their cloud success stories.

RUN 6 things your disaster recovery plan should include Natural and man-made disasters can knock out enterprise networks and data access without warning. With a good disaster recovery plan, you’ll be better prepared for the unexpected.