Chief information security officers (CISOs) need to start reporting more meaningful information to their boards, according to a new report from Bay Dynamics and Osterman Research, “Reporting to the Board: Where CISOs and the Board are Missing the Mark.”

The survey found that 61 percent of CISOs believe they “know what boards want to hear” and that 60 percent think they can “fully answer the board’s questions.” Another 67 percent say they “know what to present to the board.”

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