The inaugural September issue boasts more than 35 pages of paid advertising and a 76-page folio, including covers.
CSO magazine will serve as a compass to security executives and business leaders who today face information and physical security threats unprecedented in our history,â said Joe Levy, president-CEO of CXO Media Inc., the IDG subsidiary that publishes CSO and CIO magazines.
CSO debuts with a controlled circulation of 25,000 CSOs, chief information security officers, and other executives who are responsible for directing security strategy and purchasing at their companies.
In addition to the magazine, the CSO product line includes csoonline.com, which was launched in April.
Charter advertisers in the magazine include IBM Corp. and Symantec.