Chief Security Officer Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Chief Security Officer in United States

The average salary of a(n) Chief Security Officer in United States is $138,024.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Chief Security Officer in United States is $66.36.

The average bonus of a(n) Chief Security Officer in United States is $10,683.00.

Job Description:

Directs the planning and implementation of IT systems, business operation, and facility defenses against breech and vulnerability issues. Audits existing systems and directs the administration of security policies, activities, and standards. Leads and oversees all ongoing activities that serve to provide appropriate access to and protect the confidentiality and integrity of information in compliance with organization policies and standards. Plans, directs, trains, and manages the staff and operations of the Security Services Department. Creates, documents, and implements security policies and procedures. Initiates activities to create information security awareness within the organization. Performs information security risk assessments and internal audits. Reviews all system-related security planning throughout the network and serves as a liaison to information systems and administration. Monitors compliance with information security policies and procedures, referring problems to the appropriate department manager or data owner. Advises the organization with current information about information security technologies. Controls building access and oversees patrol and control room activities and monitoring of all security systems including alarm and CCTV operations. Coordinates disaster planning and response. Develops and administers departmental budget and establishes appropriate staffing levels. Provides direct training and oversight to all employees, contractors, or other third parties with information security clearance on the information security policies and procedures. Ensures that all security personnel are regularly evaluated. Serves as an internal Information Security Consultant to the organization. Less

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