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CSO

Abbrev. for Caltech Submillimeter Observatory.

CSO

Campus Phone Book software developed for, and originally used at, the Computer Services Office of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The server software is known as "qi" and the client is "ph". Recent versions of the software refer to CCSO (Computing & Communications Service Office).

ftp://uxc.cso.uiuc.edu/.

CSO

(Chief Security Officer) The person in charge of all staff members who are responsible for promulgating, enforcing and administering security policies for all systems within an enterprise or division. A more specific title is Chief Information Security Officer (CISO), which refers to a person responsible for information security in particular.

Sometimes an organization will define the CSO as the person responsible for physical or facilities security and the CISO as the person responsible for the security of paper files, networks and computers within the organization. Some of the titles used by different organizations to identify staff members who may report to a CSO or a CISO include Data Security Officer (DSO), Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO), Security Officer (SECOFF), and System Security Officer (SSO).
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After which, the beneficiary CSO may apply for the renewal of its certificate of accreditation within 60 working days prior to the expiration of its certificate.
The physical parameters of crude, neutralized, bleached and deodorized CSO samples collected from the edible oil industry located at Hyderabad, Pakistan were analyzed.
Given the long history of widespread timber harvest in the Sierra Nevada (Verner and others 1992) and the rather even distribution and spacing of reported responses of CSOs across this mountain range (Verner and others 1992; USFWS 2003; CNDDB 2015), it appears that the CSO is presently occupying landscapes in which there have been recent forest-management activities.
But the Audit Office said in its report that the problems arising from money owed to CSO by sports clubs "seem to be perpetuated, without the will to take appropriate measures to deal with the problems in a timely and effective manner".
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The CSO has projected a growth of 1.1 per cent in farm output for the full year as against a decline of 0.2 per cent in the year- ago period.
As per the police sources, CSO Usman has been suspended for not ensuring deployment of security squad for the security coverage of Provincial Home Minister Shuja Khanzada Shaheed during his visit to village Shadi Khan.
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