CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) Services
Do you have an executive-level cybersecurity strategist?
Right now, large businesses are actively recruiting for the position of Chief Information Security Officer. However, in the small and medium business space, only forward-thinking organizations have this seat filled.
Legislatures in states across the country will soon be following the example of New York state in requiring companies to have a Chief Information Security Officer on board.
What does that mean for your business?
It means that you have to get ahead of changes in legislation and engage an outsourced CISO to fill that position at a fraction of the cost of a full-time, C-level executive.
We as a society are pretty savvy when it comes to the new digital economy and the interconnectivity it brings, but the one area that is most often neglected is security.
Without high-level cybersecurity guidance, the potential for business harm is unbridled in the digital realm.
It’s time for organizations not on the Fortune 500 list to take their cybersecurity seriously.
Many businesses want IT represented in the boardroom and yet can’t afford a CISO or CIO. Cost is always a factor, but we want your business to have the best protection available. That’s why we have developed an outsourced CISO program that gives you the benefit of having access to a C-level IT security professional without the cost associated with hiring a full-time technology executive.
A CISO is an individual that has a seat at the table in the executive of the company. Their job is a complex set of security-related duties. Here are some of the broad categories relating to those duties.
In-house CISO’s make anywhere from $100,000 to $225,000 a year.
That’s a lot of money out of your operating or IT support budget.
Our outsourced CISO program provides all of the enterprise-level security advantages at a fraction of the cost.
There are industry best practice litmus tests complicating simply giving a current staff person a C-level title. Moving someone into the position of CISO isn’t as simple as a title bump. If the individual does not have the right industry training and experience, you are setting them up to fail and placing your IT infrastructure in a compromised state.