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CAN YOUR BUSINESS AFFORD TO BE AT RISK?

CISO-AS-A-SERVICE

Chief Information Security Officer-as-a-Service (CISOaaS) provides information security leadership from an appropriate pool of expertise and technical resources within IT Governance. CISOaaS provides security guidance to senior management and drives the organisation’s information security programme.

CISOaaS can help your organisation to identify its current information security maturity, the threat landscape, what needs to be protected and the level of protection required, as well as the regulatory requirements it needs to meet. As a result, the CISO will put together an information and cyber security strategy, ensuring that the basics are implemented and maintained, risks are reduced, and information and cyber security maturity will be raised.

BENEFIT OF THE NEWORDER CISO-AS-SERVICE MODEL

A CISOaaS will assist you in acquiring this expertise without the drawbacks. It allows your organisation to access strategic security experience cost-effectively and technical skills, gaining all the benefits without the capital expenditure (salary, hiring costs, sick pay, holiday pay, training costs and potential redundancy payments). In addition, this enables your organisation to build and maintain an ISMS (Information Security Management System) and take a risk-driven approach to protect sensitive assets, supported by your in-house IT team.

  •  Access to experienced Information & Cyber Security Professionals
  •  Access Highly skilled resources quickly and eliminate the need to retain talent
  •  Lower your costs by only paying for the services required
  •  Reduce your risk by enhancing your Information and Cyber strategy roadmap
  •  Gain experience to educate and present to all types of senior executives

WHY EMPLOY A CISO-as-a-SERVICE

Organisations serious about security face the challenge of recruiting a CISO who has the right skills and knowledge. Someone must own the security and compliance strategy, but the requirement can extend beyond the expertise of operational IT and security managers. However, investing in a full-time CISO can have its disadvantages, too. What happens when the CISO falls ill, goes on vacation or is not updated with the latest legislation or cyber threats? A lack of security talent can also keep a full-time CISO from functioning effectively and seeing the bigger picture. Most CISOs will face the severe challenge of having too few team members and not enough experienced talent.

" MANAGERIAL MINDSET OFTER THE BIGGEST THREAT

TO INFORMATION AND CYBER SECURITY "