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In a centralized governance model, the authority, responsibility, and decision making power are vested solely within a central body. The centralized body establishes the policies, standards, guidelines, procedures, and processes for ensuring enterprise-wide involvement in the development and implementation of risk management and cybersecurity strategies, risk and cybersecurity decisions, as well as in the creation of internal and external communication mechanisms.

A centralized approach to governance requires strong, well-informed central leadership and provides consistency throughout the organization. Centralized governance structures also provide less autonomy for subordinate organizations that are part of the parent organization.

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