Week In The Life: Rizwan Jan, CISO, Henry M. Jackson Foundation

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Building an entire security department from the ground-up is no easy task, but just 14 months into his tenure, Rizwan Jan has 10 direct reports and has bolstered the security posture for the Henry M. Jackson Foundation for Military Medicine in Maryland.

“Security involves everyone,” Jan said. “This is an enterprise problem, not just an IT problem.”

Jan is the subject of June's "Week In The Life" column, explaining his day-to-day efforts while mitigating risk and spreading security education throughout his 2,400-employee enterprise.

To see previous “Week In The Life” columns, go here to learn about Ryan Fay, Global CIO for ACI Specialty Benefits, and click here to read about Bob Turner, CISO for the University of Wisconsin’s Madison campus. Go here to learn about Herman Brown, CIO of the San Francisco District Attorney's Office.

Download this column to learn more about Rizwan Jan.