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Our shared CISO service offers cybersecurity leadership, strategic guidance, and program implementation for small and medium-sized enterprises

The Need

Section 500.04 of the New York state regulation 23 NYCRR 500 mandates companies with over 10 employees, $5 million in gross annual revenue, and $10 million in year-end total assets must designate a qualified individual to oversee Cybersecurity. In 2019, the state of South Carolina passed the South Carolina Insurance Data Security Act which specifically requires a designation responsible for the information security program. These are just a few and there are more that mandate an in-house CISO or a shared CISO. It’s no longer an option NOT to have a cybersecurity leader to orchestrate a cybersecurity program that will protect your critical assets and manage risk. There are no exceptions. Even if you are a small medium enterprise or even a start-up in a basement there are ways you can engage us to address your cybersecurity needs before it’s too late.

What’s Involved?

Any cybersecurity strategy and guidance we offer takes into consideration the various factors that may impact the business and how the program will be executed. We consistently provide a cybersecurity performance management that will not only provide enterprises’ leadership insight into what needs to be prioritized but also on how much it costs.

The areas we evaluate to achieve a best possible outcome that specifically meets your need are your risk landscape, people, systems, technology, resiliency, and ongoing transformations.

How To Get Started?

Feel free to reach out to us and discuss your needs. Even if you are not sure and feel you are not ready to hire a vCISO, our team offers advice on the options that may be relevant to your business goals. Dowload our vCISO service overview document to get started.

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