Security reasons to stay separate

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We are a separate entity charity organization; however, we are also a branch of a bigger non-profit organization. Currently the CIO expressed opinions that he wants control over our network which contains 50 workstations and 6 servers. Two of those servers are database servers that contain crucial information. We are concern that if he takes over and moved all those servers to his location, would we increase the probability of being attacked by hackers since it will become a bigger target for hackers? Currently our Internet access and emails are from them, but as far as maintaining all the workstations and servers, that is done in house. We have our own separate firewall that protects all over machines before it goes out to their network and to the Internet. Will anyone give me some reasons to stay separate from their control over our network and machines?

Many thanks for your help. Any suggestion is greatly appreciated!


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