CISO as a Service


CISO as a service enables any organization to access high-level security expertise easily and cost-effectively.

Without the proper expertise, your organization increases the risk of exposure to cyber threats.

Every organization has its own unique combination of business: size, industry, culture, legal, regulations, goals and strategy. Some of organizations decided to use service model, some of them have a CISO on board.

We offer you and your business CISO as a service.

The CISO (Chief Information Security Officer) is responsible for developing, establishing and maintaining a corporate wide information security program. The program includes setting out procedures, policies, standards and best practices that protect the corporate assets from internal and external threats. This position is responsible for identifying, evaluating and reporting on information security risks in a manner that meets compliance and regulatory requirements. The CISO position requires a visionary leader with strong skills in technology and business management. The CISO may work directly with the business units to facilitate IT risk analysis and risk management processes, identify acceptable levels of risk, and establish roles and responsibilities with regard to information classification and protection.

Work with senior management to ensure IT security protection policies are being implemented, reviewed, maintained and governed effectively. Collaborate with key stakeholders to establish an IT security risk management program.

Integrate IT systems development with security policies, standards and information protection strategies with CIO (Chief Information Officer)

Develop, implement and monitor a strategic, comprehensive enterprise information security and risk management program to ensure the integrity, confidentiality and availability.

Create and manage information security and risk management awareness training programs for employees and contractors. Spearhead education programs focused on user awareness and security compliance.

Provide subject matter expertise to executive management on a broad range of information security standards and best practices, such as ISO 27001, NIST, PCI-DSS and GDPR. Ensuring the company is in regulatory compliance with the rules.

Provide strategic and tactical security guidance for all IT projects, including the evaluation and recommendation of technical controls.

Develop strategies to handle cyber security incidents and coordinate investigative activities. Manage cyber security incidents and events to protect corporate IT assets, including intellectual property, fixed assets and the company’s reputation. Audit existing systems and provide comprehensive risk assessments.

Anticipate new security threats and stay-up-to-date with evolving infrastructures. Monitor security vulnerabilities, threats and events in network and host systems. CISO is probably recommend penetration testing in order to identify cybersecurity threats.

Develop business-relevant metrics to measure the efficiency and effectiveness of the program, facilitate appropriate resource allocation and increase the maturity of the security program. Prepare financial forecasts for security operations and proper maintenance cover for security assets.

Develop effective disaster recovery policies and standards; coordinate the development of implementation plans and procedures to ensure that business-critical services are recovered in the event of a declared disaster, and provide direction and in-house consulting in these areas.

The CISO as a service can give your business the ultimate service offering covering all information security requirements across the organization. The service is definitely ideal choice when there isn’t a full time requirement for a CISO.