Overview Edit

The CISO Council is

the management team responsible for developing and implementing the DHS Information Security Program. The Council is responsible for implementing a security program that meets DHS mission requirements, and reviewing specific topic areas assigned by the DHS CIO or the DHS CISO.

The CISO Council is also responsible for establishing and implementing significant security responsibilities, promoting communications between security programs, implementing information systems security acquisition requirements, and developing security best practices within all enterprise and Component information security programs.[1]

References Edit

  1. DHS Sensitive Systems Policy Directive 4300A, at 39-40.

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