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OCC CSO Mark Morrison Named as Top 100 CISO in 2021

July 12, 2021

OCC’s Chief Security Officer, Mark Morrison, was recently named as one of the Top 100 CISOs (C100) in the United States by Security Current’s CISOs Connect™. The C100 recognizes leaders in cybersecurity across the private sector, government, and academia for their contributions to the industry, excellence in organizational protection, and support of the next generation of cyber professionals.

Individuals were evaluated for the award by the Distinguished CISO Board, which includes 12 experienced CISOs. Entrants were judged based on factors including involvement and leadership roles in professional organizations, security-related volunteering and activism, and teaching and educating future cybersecurity professionals across functions. Qualifying criteria included holding the role of CISO (or equivalent) at an end-user enterprise or organization for at least five years.

View the full list of C100 award winners here: https://securitycurrent.com/congratulations-to-all-c100-awards-winners/

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