Among the roles in the C-suite, perhaps none has more variability in its function from company to company than the chief operating officer (COO). Generally regarded as the CEO’s right hand, the responsibilities typically range from overseeing the daily execution of business strategy to driving a specific strategic initiative. But no matter the setup, today’s COOs would do well to position themselves among the key cybersecurity stakeholders.

Discover the latest in this growing trend from Matt McCabe, Senior Vice President and Senior Advisory Specialist for network security and data privacy group with the FINPRO practice at Marsh.

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